Bad Meat

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Michael Stevens had to kill and eat those fourteen women. Their meat was too delicious, and he couldn't resist. His rampage was finally put to an end, but he avoided the death penalty. Admitted to Tersen Asylum for the past three years, he hopes to reform his cannabalistic ways. But with a vegetarian diet and a new nurse that's the exact meat he once craved, will he be able to stay in control?

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Words: 4,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311374547
About Greg Nilchavee

What is most important about writing is the art of storytelling. I hope that my writing does what a great story should do: make you feel, think, and see something so vividly that it impacts your interactions with the world around you after you've read it. That's because writing is a world all of its own. I write horror, flash fiction, and literary stories that take what we see--even what we want to see--and make it something entirely different. What is most important to this kind of experience is that you leave it saying, "Yep. That was it. And now my world is made anew."

I am a writer living in San Dimas, California, and I know that the stories I bring to Smashwords are worth the small contribution I ask. If not, tell me; I want to be a better writer, and I can't do it without feedback. Tell me your thoughts, and show me your stories. Let's share what our imaginations hold together.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Feb. 22, 2015 :
The story matches the intro and flows reasonably well but it fails in believability, the closer to the end the more unrealistic it seems.
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Review by: Andrew Lennon on Feb. 19, 2015 :
Really enjoyed this short story. It had a bit of a Hannibal feel to it, but had a lot of originality.
It was quite gruesome in parts and quite detailed about certain things, but I think that is what made it.
It only takes about ten minutes to read the whole thing and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I say have a little taste, you might like it.

All reviews can be found at http://lennonslair.blogspot.co.uk/
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