By Jeff Strand
A dismal comedy fairy story novel from the Bram Stoker Award-nominated writer of strain, DWELLER, and a nasty DAY FOR VOODOO.
Nathan Pepper gave the look of a normal baby…except for a mouth jam-packed with frightening sharp enamel. simply because his lifestyles all started along with his grandmother strongly recommending that he be destroyed once attainable, it’s secure to claim that Nathan was once now not destined for a customary existence.
He hated the nickname “Fangboy,” yet no one may perhaps deny that he was once the main scary little boy on the town. And he might have adventures of each variety. Tragic adventures, like what occurred to his mom and dad. risky adventures, like his come upon with the sinister Professor Mongrel. exciting adventures, just like the half the place he’s on an out-of-control horse and he can’t make it cease operating and also you imagine “Well, he should still simply leap off,” yet he CAN’T simply because it’s going too quick and he might holiday a leg. And, definite, one relatively ugly experience, although it isn't defined in nice detail.
Will issues finish fortunately for Nathan? Will he chunk someone? assemble your loved ones and your so much deranged associates, make a few chocolate chip cookies, and percentage the twisted comedy deal with of FANGBOY, a strange but heartwarming but relatively tasteless saga that—all ego aside—will outline a generation.
“An experience that has all of the components of a vintage fairy story, merely advised from Strand’s darkish and infrequently demented perspective.” – The Horror Fiction overview