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The Sludge

by David Bernstein

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Deep in Montana's Lolo National Forest, toxic waste is leaking from aged oil drums and mixing with a new batch of biological sludge that has been dumped into a remote lake. It sickens, it mutates, and like cancer, it spreads and devours.A group of hikers stumble upon bank robbers who've been hiding out in the forest. Held at gunpoint, they soon discover they are being hunted by a vicious predator, and it will take their combined efforts to make it out of the forest alive.… (more)
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Take a milk truck full of toxic waste and dump it into a lake where sealed barrels of contaminants have been dumped before. No harm right? Wrong. Add the Garrett brothers hiding out from the law and then mix in a group of unwary hikers, stir vigorously and you have the perfect formula for...disaster.

I won't go into a lot of detail on the plot, that would spoil all the fun, but that's the key word...fun. The Sludge is the kind or story I used to love seeing on the drive-in movie screen, only in book form, preying on your imagination.

Disturbing in places and gleefully graphic, reading The Sludge is the equivalent of pigging out on your favorite junk food. You know it's not good for you, but it's oh, so tasty.

If you love monster mayhem, you'll love this quick read from David Bernstein.

The Sludge is available in both paperback and e-book formats from Great Old Ones Publishing.

David Bernstein is originally from a small town in Upstate New York. He now resides in NYC and misses being surrounded by chainsaw-wielding maniacs. David writes all kinds of horror, from hair-raising ghost stories to gore-filled slashers and apocalyptic tales of terror. ( )
  FrankErrington | Jul 11, 2016 |
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Deep in Montana's Lolo National Forest, toxic waste is leaking from aged oil drums and mixing with a new batch of biological sludge that has been dumped into a remote lake. It sickens, it mutates, and like cancer, it spreads and devours.A group of hikers stumble upon bank robbers who've been hiding out in the forest. Held at gunpoint, they soon discover they are being hunted by a vicious predator, and it will take their combined efforts to make it out of the forest alive.

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