The Pornographer's Party & Other Stories

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
7 Tales of Darkly Psychotic Horror:
A gigolo is invited to a remote island by an old woman with a terrifying secret.
A soldier discovers his true calling amidst the wanton horrors of war.
A truck driver inadvertently rescues a porn baron one dark and storm-swept night - and discovers the nightmare that festers beneath the skin-trade. More
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About Chike Deluna

I've been hospitalized in Nevada, robbed in Phuket, lost in Marrakech, and mildly inconvenienced in Mumbai, and yet the manuscripts survived, and the tales continued to grow in the telling.
Hi, I'm Chike Deluna, author of The Mistress of the Web series and The Pornographer's Party & Other Stories, a collection of horror shorts guaranteed to get under your skin. I write Gothic Sci-fi & Epic Fantasy, and Horror with lashings of tragic romance. I hope you're tempted to sample my work, just a nibble, I promise it won't hurt much when the hook sinks in.

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Review by: MoratGurgeh on Sep. 29, 2013 :
I have to agree with Mr. Crowder, below. All 7 stories in this anthology would not be out of place in a Best of the Year collection. Quite astonishingly good, both the stories themselves and the way they're told. The Pornographers Party, especially, is going to stay with me for a very, very long time.
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Review by: Scott Crowder on May 23, 2013 :
Damn this five star maximum; I'd give this collection a thousand stars if I could; more, even. Mr. Deluna has written stories so good, they leave you breathless and humbled and begging for more. It's hallucinogenic, fetishistic, macabre, funny, Grand-Guinol fiction, and it leaves you feeling that you've been more than entertained - you've been...altered, somehow. After finishing these stories, I feel like I did after discovering Michael Cisco's 'The Divinity Student' and China Mieville, like I've stumbled across some great revelation, and it makes me angered and sad that the rest of the world doesn't know Mr. Deluna's work.
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