Insatiable by Jack Bantry & Robert Essig.
Published by Grand Mal Press.
From Jack Bantry, author of The Lucky Ones Died First and editor of Splatterpunk Zine and Robert Essig, author of Death Obsessed, In Black and People of the Ethereal Realm.
Featuring cover art by Dan Henk.
For some of the punks, it was just another night at a local gig. Partying with crazy people after gigs was nothing new, but on this night there was something in the air. Was it all the tequila and weed? Something was turning the locals into maniacs…sexual deviants. Something was giving them an INSATIABLE sexual appetite!
For Megan it was another late night at the lab, but when she needed another cup of coffee what she discovered in the break room would shock her to the core.
And that was just the beginning…of the end of the world!
Punk rockers, secret labs, sexy cops and animal rights activists. INSATIABLE will take you to hell and back!
What people are saying about Insatiable
“Vampires, werewolves, living dead…none of that…welcome aboard an epidemic of ‘insatiable’ sex-crazed maniacs. Taste this new virus, and you will be the next to be fucked. A high voltage enjoyable reading, between Laymon’s ‘Virus Black Widow’ and a satirical science fiction B movie.” – Alessandro Manzetti, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of NARAKA
“A ferocious adrenaline overload delivering a thick slab of gore-encrusted brutality on a platter of libido-fuelled perversity.” – Chris Hall, DLS Reviews
Jack Bantry is the editor of Splatterpunk Zine. He’s the author of The Lucky Ones Died First (Deadite Press) and Ain’t Worth A Shit, (Sinister Grin Press) – the latter co-authored with Robert Essig. He has also edited numerous anthologies, including the Splatterpunk Award-winning anthology, Splatterpunk Fighting Back. He resides in a small town at the edge of the North York Moors.
You can follow Jack on Twitter @JackbantryH
Robert Essig is the author of several novels including Death Obsessed, In Black and People of the Ethereal Realm. He has published several novellas, nearly 100 short stories and edited two small press anthologies. Robert lived with his family in Southern California.
You can follow Robert on Twitter @Robert_Essig