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Publisher's Summary

Like father, like son?

Vera Harlow is a survivor. After a chance encounter led to her being held captive in a disgusting house of horrors, she fought tooth and nail to escape the clutches of a man known only as The Slob. But while she may have fled the disastrous situation, the details of her struggle are now carved into her flesh and soul. 

Vera’s son is the product of utter depravity. Harold, the sinister seed left by the man who took everything from her, continues to blossom in nauseating fashion. His features and habits are stomach-churning, vividly familiar, and becoming more disturbing by the day. Determined to coax out the bright side of her child that she sees an occasional glimpse of, Vera strives for normalcy. But will the faint light she’s chasing shine through the darkness, or will she be left cleaning up another gruesome mess? 

The sequel to Aron Beauregard's Splatterpunk Award-nominated work of depravity, The Slob, will bring you back to the forefront of filth and carnage with a unique and terrifying new trajectory. 

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

©2021, 2022 Aron Beauregard (P)2022 Aron Beauregard

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great sequel

I love his smartass authors notes lmfao great sequel with a dark but pretty satisfying ending

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That’s Where The People Go…

This is easily some of the best narration I’ve heard in some time, Lila Kerry knocked it out of the proverbial park with The Slob, and continues the trend with its sequel.

As for the story itself, It veered drastically with how I pictured it would go. Very bleak, very downbeat, very Beauregard. Easily worth the audible credits to those who tend to delve into the darker side of horror fiction. Recommended!

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I liked this one just as much as the original

This is my first review on audible, ever. This was good. If you like splatter and don’t have a weak stomach, then you might enjoy this. Just as good as the original, I caught myself making horrible faces while on my walks listening to this. It was awful in the best way possible lol

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wow ! Arron you sick son of a gun. I love you

what an amazing continuation of the slob. the twisted sick situations Harold almost innocently stubbled into at first are well written. the nun made me physically sick with the imagery that was explained. also you could not have picked a better narrator for these two books she nailed it! you are twisted and I love it keep it up you are my favorite splatter punk author 😍

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  • 07-27-22

A worthy sequel

I think this my fourth or fifth book by Aron Beauragard, I have found all that I’ve read this far most enjoyable and able to appease my voracious hunger for extreme horror. The Slob had some truly unique and thoroughly disgusting moments that I thought would be very hard to top, and although I don’t think he quite got there, I’d say I actually enjoyed this story and the characters more. I’d like to make special mention of the narrator on the Audible version of this book, she was absolutely fantastic and made the story even more enjoyable! Definitely worth your time and I’ll be back for more of Aron’s work soon enough for sure.