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Mark Murray loves his girlfriend, Rebecca Lucio, but she doesn’t love him. She believes their love has withered away, and she has already fallen for another man, but she struggles to formally end her relationship with Mark. But Mark knows everything already – the lies, the deceit, the cheating. He has a plan to punish Rebecca in the most violent, disgusting way possible. He is going to make her sick…unbelievably sick.

Jon Athan, the author of Dr. Sadist and Scattershot, reinvents the definition of “lovesick” in this disgusting, gag-inducing, and extremely violent horror novel.

Warning: This audiobook contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.

2 reviews for Lovesick

  1. Shadow Girl

    Jon Athan reinvents the definition of ‘lovesick’ in this disgusting, gag-inducing, and extremely violent horror novel. (And he does it soo well that it turned my stomach a few times! 👍 Good Job!)
    I read this when it first came out, but listening was a whole new experience. I don’t know if it makes the really ‘bad’ stuff easier to take, or harder… On one hand – my mind isn’t making the visual worse. On the other hand – I couldn’t hear the narrator at one point over my shriek and repeated use of the word ‘no’. I had to rewind to make sure I didn’t miss anything.
    I highly recommend this to everyone, but an extra special recommendation to anyone going through a nasty break-up 💔 You’ll feel much better!
    I’d be a little worried about the author (from this story) if I didn’t read his letters to his readers in every book. Since we know he’s head over heels in love with his new wife, it just proves once again what an amazing and versatile writer he truly is.

  2. Thomas Feliciano

    A dark descent into intense depravity-

    This is extreme horror. Its hyper descriptive with great writing. Wasn’t scary so much as it was just really REALLY disturbing. I actually groaned in repulsion out loud a good dozen times while listening. The narration was amazing all in all. It definitely pulled you into the story.

    When I first read the summary and read the warning at the bottom, I assumed it was a gimmick to catch the attention of those looking for something dark. I assure you, it is not a gimmick. This is NOT a book for everyone. Its a book for those that read American Psycho and thought “Well that wasn’t so bad”. If you’re easily offended in any way, this story isn’t for you. If you burn through a lot of content and you are looking to kill a few hours in the mind of a psychopath, this a book to consider.

    I plan on checking out some of the authors other works at some point when my happy vibes are restored.

    I requested a free copy of the book for an honest review

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