Review- Savages for Revenge by Alex Marroquin


Savages for Revenge Alex Marroquin Horror Publication Date: August 31, 2020 Print Length: 98 pages


A failing artist accepts the invitation of his mysterious college sweetheart to meet her in Buenos Aires. She doesn't explain why However, instead of rekindling his muse or a long-lost relationship, he is forced to kill and cannibalize across Argentina under the tutelage of an armed vagabond on a mad crusade to save the untouched wilderness of his homeland. With each kill the artist completes, a hidden memory and a hidden desire emerges.


 

We follow Derrick who travels to Buenos Aires to meet up with a former sweetheart. Upon his arrival he runs into a homeless man name Cesar and things take a very dark turn when he finds out the hard way this guy wants a war on humanity. Marroquin brings all the chaos in this book. It was crazy to watch everything unfold. The killings and the cannibalism and the joy it brought the savages. It was unsettling but it fit the group perfectly. Great unexpected ending on this too!


Indie Book Addict Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Click the cover to grab your copy.

 

About the Author

Thriller/Horror/Crime/Pulp Fiction with latinx-centered stories and characters Stay up to date with the latest on Alex's work. Twitter | Instagram