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5.0 out of 5 stars Ewww and double Ewww... brilliant!, 6 July 2012
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Bootstrap by Michael Baily: great concept regarding cloning, just a bit too detailed in the IT stuff at the beginning lost me a bit until it stretched out the information overload and turned into a really great story telling, then it wanders off into the technobabble again. The actual horrid is hard to pin point; the imagination does go into overdrive a bit at the missing byte! Less technobabble would have made this story a 5*

Idol by Michael Laimo: when does imitation become more than flattery? When you need a replacement?! Great details delve you into the weirdness, but it only more weird, gross and weird!

Unplugged by Adrienne Jones: OMG I love this story, I was disappointed when it ended! Alien transformations, brilliant brilliant!

Comfort by Charles Colyott: this reads like a sad story of a man who loves he mother to the deference of is job, marriage, friends.... Only in the last paragraph do you reach the horror of a mother's comfort, truly gross, but a great story.

You With Me by Christophe Nadeau: you can feel the horror coming on this one, like little flickers of light at the corners of your vision.... You don't quite want to look the whole way! Nothing prepares you for the ending, but it is a good one! Nothing says I love you quite like this!

The Shaping by Scott Nicholson: in a strange world of Critiques, Editiors & Artists the sorrowful artist gives blood, sweat and tears to his final masterpiece, but is it enough to gain him the thumbs up though? A very weird concept with lots of strange word play - a masterpiece in its own story telling, what a talent Scott is....

Something Borrowed by J. Gregory Smith: really enjoyed how this bubbled away, giving you flashes of what horror is on its way! I was so not prepared when this went full 3HD on me! A story of a nip and tuck too far?
Equilibrium by John Shirley: loved the idea of body form cars! But that was all I really liked about this! This author was all over the place for me, even now Im not sure what it was supposed to be about.

Sawbones by L.L.Soares: WOW - a body modified hit man gets visited by a "ghost". This was an excitingly played out story, definatly one of my top 3.

Whirling Machine Man by Aaron J.French: great story telling of an intriguing idea; torture, amputation, spirits etc shame it never went anywhere.

Sex Object by Graham Masterton: This must rate as the most disgusting story of the book. How far does a woman go to change herself to please a husband! Riveting but revolting!

The Sad, Not so Sad, Ballard of Goat-head Jean Ambivalent Devil Queen: wow really felt like I had been on a mushroom trip with this tale of murderous boyfriends, satanic rocks and the desire for perfect breasts! Can't really tell you what the story was trying to say but I did feel bedazzled, dizzy and WTF happened at the end, but in a good way!

Locks of Loathe by Jezzy Wolfe: it was the hair what done it!! A murderous tale of revenge via hair! Well written with an exciting ending!

By Hook by Elliott Capon: a sailors tale with a curse to boot. Nothing special in this story for me, a tenuous link to the pirates hook.

Creeping Death by Armand Rosamilla: stranger than most! A girl obsessed with tattoos becomes protected from Death! Written so you get a shudder at the end.

Paraphilia by Lisa Mannetti: short and viscious, you get lulled into this sad girls story only to get slapped as the ending hits you. Very clever writing!

Independence Day by P.L. Barrington: hard to describe really - crippled man uses a shamen Dr to fix his body which then turns on him. Just never really explained why....

Marvins Angry Angel by Jonathon Templar: how funny that a new trend would be to get an Angel attached to your shoulder, literally! What happens when that Angel gets pissed off though; funny, short and not so angelic!

Change of Heart by Rob M. Miller: Ewwww Ewww double ewww! A withc of a mother in law comes to dinner. The final paragraph is the killer - yucky ducky... brilliant!

Hearing Mildred by Wheldon Burge: ah the wicked evils of TV and not reading enough! A cute little tale that made me smile.

You really get your moneys worth in this brilliant anthology!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Like a roller coaster, glad the ride is over and not quite sure if I liked it, let’s go again, 4 Jan. 2014
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These stories are gripping and riveting and truly cast a strange hypnotic spell over me. I kept thinking I couldn't read another as they were just too scary and gruesome, and then I found myself diving down the rabbit hole of the next one.

Rather like a thrilling ride at an amusement park I couldn't seem to get off, and once I’d finished, I was glad I’d been on, but wasn't quite sure I’d actually enjoyed it, but would love to go again anyway. This book thrills and captivates in the same way.
I love these kinds of stories where the author(s) take you right to the edge of what you can possibly imagine, and then with a good firm shove pushes you right over that edge into an abyss of the unknown, unimaginable, uncontemplatable.

The only thing I personally found a little frustrating is that many of the stories left TOO much to the readers own imagination, with unspoken endings to many of the tales. The great hypnotherapist Milton Erickson said that confusion preceded enlightenment, so after reading these stories with so many cliff-hangers and unspoken endings I must be very enlightened now!
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4.0 out of 5 stars tales of body enhancements, 31 Mar. 2013
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Really enjoyed this book.
I found it very interesting to read,the extreme lengths that some of the characters go to, to so call enhance their
bodies, and the reasons behind this , is sometimes a bit scary.
Found this book an excellent read, read.
Well worth the money.
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4.0 out of 5 stars You get what you asked for......, 9 Feb. 2015
This review is from: Zippered Flesh: Tales of Body Enhancements Gone Bad! (Kindle Edition)
Some very good stories in this collection - some thought provoking, many stomach turning.
If you enjoy your horror subtle this book is not for you. If you like 'em eye-watering, you might be in for a treat.
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5.0 out of 5 stars but loved, 31 Jan. 2015
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Gruesome, but loved it
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