Body Art

Body Art

by Kristopher Triana



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ISBN-13: 9781940250250
Publisher: Blood Bound Books
Publication date: 12/15/2016
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.55(d)

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Body Art 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Kissablysweetone More than 1 year ago
What does a soon-to-be college student, his wild child girlfriend and a porn star have in common? Much more than you might imagine. Toby had just graduated from high school and was looking forward to a vacation. He and his girlfriend rented a secluded cabin. It's while they are exploring the area that their vacation takes a sharp left turn. Toby and Jessica may never be the same after this. This book takes horror and X-rated ideas to the highest level. Well written and deeply disturbing, this book is not for the faint of heart. The characters are well defined and unique. If you enjoy blood and guts movies, this book is for you. Even though I made the statements above, the book is hard to put down. I found no issues. I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 for the original ideas in the book. ~Copy of book provided by author and I voluntarily reviewed it.
DABARKER More than 1 year ago
“Body Art” by Kristopher Triana (Blood Bound Books) ISBN 978-1-940250-25-0 Mr Triana is good with words. He is a master of language. He is also possessed of a sense of humour as black as the ace of spades. At least I hope he is because if he isn’t he’s probably insane. But, whether he’s insane or not, if you’re into necrophilia, if you’re a blood lusting sadist with a hint of the masochist in you as well: if you’re into the darkest of underground porn with non stop sex and body mutilation, a wholesale mashing of organs and limbs all topped off with an evil supernatural force wracking general mayhem, you’re in for a feast of a read. Frankly these matters, the odd spot of hot sex apart, are not my ideal cup of tea. But yet, I read on. I couldn’t help it, God help me. I was dragged, fascinated, unresisting, like a sacrificial victim, to the high altar of death, carried by the wicked magic of Mr. Tirana’s pen, from a mortician’s crypt to an underground film set – or possibly a pantomime stage – based in the pit of hell: then, on at breath taking speed, to a grand Gothic conclusion with cleansing flames and two members of the plot, miraculously, in a bizarre alliance of male innocence and female experience, emerging from the fury bloodied but largely unscathed. “Body Art” by Kristopher Tirana (Blood Bound Books). If you’re a ghoul you’ll love every blood dripping orgasmic page. D. A. Barker. (Author of “What Am I?” & “Killing for Christmas.”