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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite
A young boy suddenly develops a fear of holes, leading his father to search for the source in the horror novel, Trypophobia by A.G. Sullivan. Awakened in the middle of the night by his son Ben's screams, Brian rushes into his room to discover Ben covered in tiny red ants. This night is just the beginning of more horrifying and bizarre events to come. As Ben's emotional state begins to deteriorate, the household falls into disarray. When Ben kills his sister's pet, Brian loses his job due to his frequent time off related to Ben's needs. Soon death claims more than just animals, and Brian realizes his children's lives are at stake. His father dies, and when Brian flies out to bury him, he discovers his father had an evil side he never knew. Researching his father's background, Brian believes Ben's issues might be related to a crime his father committed decades ago. Is it possible someone cursed their family? Can Brian find a way to reverse it?
Involving the occult, Trypophobia by A.G. Sullivan is a horrifying and suspenseful thriller. Cleverly written, it is a horror story that haunts dreams and causes nightmares. The gripping plot and spine-chilling storyline keep the reader on the edge of their seat until its harrowing conclusion. From the ants' entrance to the crossroads of Hell, it is impossible to put the book down. The author created an outstanding novel that rivals and outshines a Stephen King novel. Readers who love supernatural stories filled with dark magic and inspired ghostly terrors will not want to miss this! Due to the explicit language, intimate scenes, and violent content of the story, the book is more suitable for mature readers.