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A book so chilling it would give Edgar Allan Poe nightmares and make Stephen King an insomniac..  

The Macabre Masterpiece has returned..

A creepy and scary collection of sixty horror poems within five chapters, each a place that represents horror during it’s finest moments filled with thrills and chills that continues where the first left off. You thought the Macabre Masterpiece was done telling it’s story and scaring the wits out of people? Well you thought wrong. 

The Macabre Masterpiece is back with new tales to tell. Ones that are not only more shocking and grotesque but downright disturbing and sinister. They test the fiber of one’s being and whether or not they have the will to keep reading. 

The poems within are morbidly horrific and expand the mind to what scare’s it the most. Repressed Carnage is here and when it comes to the threshold of horror nothing will be left out because there is no filter and anything goes..

The places you will go:

Chapter 1: CryptChapter2:  CemeteryChapter3:  The MorgueChapter4:  An AsylumChapter 5: The Crematorium

What is our fascination with darkness? Why do we enjoy such evil and why are we so entertained by the very things that scare us? This intense volume of horror and masterful blend of poetry stands to answers to these questions. A book of horror poetry like no other sure to keep you up at night.   

Check out the book that will have everyone keeping their lights on and be too afraid to talk about

Face the darkness, grab yourself a copy today!

Free on 22nd - 26th Apr 18
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