By C. W. LaSart
Unique, Erotic, grotesque and Gory!
What in the event that your Muse fairly was once a twisted whinge, and she or he lived on your spare bed room? and the way some distance could you visit enhance your station in lifestyles? during this most popular assortment via C.W. LaSart, you'll find thirteen ugly stories of the macabre, from a simpleton who types an unnatural obsession together with his personal yard to a lonely girl whose suitor isn't heaven-sent.
These tales, starting from the supernatural to the darkness that lives in the human center, are guaranteed to ship a sit back down your backbone and a flush for your face. sure to disturb and pleasure, advert Nauseam is a stroll in the course of the twisted mind's eye of 1 of horror's emerging stars.
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Table of Contents Title Page The Prologue The Clerk’s Tale - PART I Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Words Between the Pilgrims PART II Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Words Between the Pilgrims PART III Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Words Between the Pilgrims Chapter 6 Words Between the Pilgrims ALSO BY P. C. DOHERTY Copyright Page To Mark Loster, first deputy of Trinity Catholic High School, for all his good work over the years. The Prologue The great raven, hooded and cowled like a monk, its broad ruff of feathers up behind its head, perched on the rotting post and croaked to the gathering night.
A knight came galloping across the cobbles. A terrible vision of armour and horseflesh. Beneath the conical nose guard, Beatrice glimpsed cruel eyes, a drooping moustache, twisted mouth. He wore chain mail and leggings, not like any knight or soldier Beatrice had ever seen. Other changes were taking place. Spheres of golden light moved backwards and forwards, silver discs sparkled, circling the castle bailey like bubbles sprung from warm soapy water. There was a table she hadn’t seen before. On it lay a white skeleton, its bones picked clean, the skull hanging awry.
On it lay a white skeleton, its bones picked clean, the skull hanging awry. Dark shapes scurried around. Beatrice felt frightened. If she was dead then she Lord Jesus would help her. The castle yard was the same yet it wasn’t. Shadows were moving in and out of doorways. She moved towards the steps of the keep then paused. A young man was walking towards her. Despite the night she could make out his features: round-faced, smooth-shaven, merry mouth and laughing eyes. He was dressed in an old-fashioned cote-hardie which fell to his knees, a war belt strapped round his waist.
Ad Nauseam by C. W. LaSart