Wonder-Feed

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
An experimental baby milk has an adverse effect on its users. They grow with a craving they cannot control. Daniel spent years bedridden, but with the help of his Mother he rises to face the Doctor that gave him so much pain.

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Fiction » Horror » Crime
Words: 8,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476276700
About Jackie Williams

Jackie G Williams writes adult horror, to give lovers of 'the scare factor' a turbulent ride into the evils of human nature.

She resides in Wales UK, and is married with three grown children and eight gorgeous grandchildren.

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Review by: Rute Canhoto on June 04, 2012 :
CRÍTICA
Li “Wonder-Feed” a 3 de junho de 2012; atribuo-lhe uma classificação de quatro estrelas.
Esta é uma estória pequena escrita por Jackie Williams que narra o que acontece quando um leite experimental é dado a bebés com problemas de crescimento. Estava à espera que o resultado fosse uns quantos monstros tipo zombies, mas foi bem diferente, o que é bom pois não corresponde às tentativas de adivinhação que fazemos.
Gostei da estória no geral. A mudar alguma coisa, talvez diminuísse a confissão da mãe na esquadra da polícia e explorasse melhor a questão dos ossos de bebé. Embora consigamos adivinhar como o leite funcionava, gostaria que a autora atasse melhor esta ponta já que, quanto ao resto, deixa tudo bem claro.

REVIEW
I read "Wonder-Feed" the June 3th 2012, and I give this a rating of four stars.
This is a short story written by Jackie Williams which tells what happens when an experimental milk is given to infants with growth problems. I was expecting the result to be a few monsters like zombies, but it was quite different, which is good because it does not match the guesses we do.
I liked the story overall. To change something, I’d perhaps shorten the mother's confession at the police station and explore the question of the baby bones. Although we can guess how the milk worked, I would like the author to tie this tip best, since for the rest she leaves everything clear.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Erik Gustafson on May 21, 2012 :
I could see this happening in real life! Well written and tasty! Great tale about the love of a mother...and the strength of revenge.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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