Aggravated Flesh: Another Flash-Fiction Amalgamation by Jesse Pullins is a horror lover’s dream come true. This book, comprising thirty stories, is a continuation of the Flesh series, and it takes the reader on a twisted journey that is both terrifying and engrossing.
From the very first story, the book draws you in with its graphic scenarios, and it doesn’t let up until the very end. Each page is filled with brutal violence, body horror, and chainsaw fights, all expertly crafted by the author. Pullins does an excellent job of pushing the envelope, taking the reader to the very edge of their comfort zone and beyond.
One of the things that make this book stand out is the diversity of its stories. Each one is unique, with its own set of characters, plot, and horror. Whether it’s an idling garbage truck, a one-night stand you’ll never forget, or a horse walking into a bar, the stories are unpredictable and thrilling.
Of course, the book is not for the faint of heart. It comes with a trigger warning, and for a good reason. The scenarios in this book are graphic, ranging from foul language, violence, gore, sexual implication, head-splitting, mouth-birthing, death by assimilation, astral abominations, and chainsaw wielding. The walls, per usual, will be meat. However, for those who enjoy a good scare, Aggravated Flesh is a must-read.
The writing style is engaging, and the author’s descriptive language creates vivid images in the reader’s mind. Each story is well-crafted, with just the right amount of suspense and horror to keep the reader on the edge of their seat. The pacing is spot-on, and the length of the stories is just right for a quick but satisfying read.
In conclusion, Aggravated Flesh: Another Flash-Fiction Amalgamation by Jesse Pullins is a great addition to the Flesh series. It’s a book that will keep you up at night, and you won’t be able to put it down until you’ve read every last story. The author’s talent for horror writing is evident on every page, and the book is sure to become a favorite of horror fans everywhere.