The Cannibal Within

The Cannibal Within A work of erotic horror fiction filled with sacrilege blasphemy and crime written in a style that is part H P Lovecraft part Marquis de Sade and part Octave Mirbeau The Cannibal Within is literall

  • Title: The Cannibal Within
  • Author: Mark Mirabello
  • ISBN: 9781869928278
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Paperback
  • A work of erotic horror fiction filled with sacrilege, blasphemy, and crime written in a style that is part H P Lovecraft, part Marquis de Sade, and part Octave Mirbeau The Cannibal Within is literally wet with sin, slippery with blood, and slimy with fornication.
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    • Aloha says:

      What is the reality of our existence?Man thinks that he is the master of his own destiny. That he is at the top of the food chain. According to the nihilistic theme of man’s existence in The Cannibal Within, “The human race does not control its own destiny. We may think we are free-millions of brainwashed simians living in a corn-fed Babylon called America believe this fantasy-but it is all an illusion. We are slaves-livestock-tethered on a long and invisible leash.”The Earth is a farm,’ [...]

    • Tressa says:

      Take every disgusting thing about monsters, humans, sex, reproduction, rape, sodomy, slavery, torture, and cannibalism, stuff it into a slender book, and voila! you have The Cannibal Within. No depravity is too taboo to include in this mean little book. The story is about two unattractive teens into witchcraft who decide to conjure up some demons in the woods near one's home. They succeed and some transhumans pop up to brutally rape one girl and eat her friend alive.The story is told through the [...]

    • Brainycat says:

      This book is 67 ereader screens full of pure win. An intensely allegorical story, it seamlessly blends christian apocrypha and thelemic laws. Using our cultures most sacred taboos, vividly scrawled across the page in a matter of fact tone that made me feel prurient while piquing my curiosity, this book explores the nature of the will to power in the nietzschean / reichean sense.I definite must read for anyone interested in the darker recesses of the human mind. I think this book would be good fo [...]

    • Lou says:

      One of the most twisted,screwed up stories of horror you would probably find to read out there. If this was another year back in time another century this would likely be banned for good. Laden with blasphemy and talk of a higher species, master species called the trans-human species. They have telepathic abilities and masters of illusions. They plunder peoples thoughts and memories. The are vile they eat meat raw flesh quivering with life.There are two women who are obsessed with Satan and the [...]

    • Jordan says:

      Ever have one of those friends who always told you the most outlandish stories? And they tell you with so much conviction that you almost believe them even though the story is so absurd? That's what this book is like. Even two years after I read it, I still think about this book. It's written almost as if it were REAL (I hope it's not!) and there's just something about it that's really creepy. I plan to read it again very soon. If you are looking for a dramatic plot-driven horror novelgo somewhe [...]

    • Bill says:

      Hmmm. There is lots of viscous and grotesque bloody discharge here for sure. Normally, I would be more down with that, but this novella seemed disjointed to me and was not written particularly well. The subject matter was actually very interesting but the execution lost me somewhere and I became, not bored exactly, but indifferent. I don't even know how this still gets three stars, but it does.

    • Kelli says:

      I really have very little to say about this book. The only pieces of it that I found enjoyment in were quotes taken from other people that appeared the beginnings of the chapters.I really believe this book should be burned, buried, and stopped from print. It was horrible.The whole thing felt very adolescent, it was like the author was aching to emphasize every description with phallic mockery. It got very boring to read, and I believe my eyes rolled a few times.I had a hell of a time making it t [...]

    • (shan) Littlebookcove says:

      This has to be one of the most insane book's I've ever read. The plot and subject matter of this book was interesting, but apart from that I was lost to just what the man was writing about. I mean I can only guess, he had a wanton need to be marquis de Sade?! Not even close. But his rantings in this book almost hit's to his score.

    • Albert says:

      Pretty good "true" fiction story. Unfortunately didn't find it as disturbing as I thought it would be. Really enjoyed the last third of the book that described transhuman society.

    • Red Lace Reviews says:

      Two unattractive, heavily bullied and very unstable teenagers decide to try and summon Satan. Being into the occult, they wish for Satan to take their virginal bodies for his own pleasure. One was molested as a child, the other a victim of cancer, so both are very different than normal young people. What they summon is not the ‘O rapist God’, however, but three creatures called transhumans. One is raped by a huge godlike penis and the other is eaten alive. The survivor then becomes a breeder [...]

    • Kristy says:

      I've known a lot of mentally ill people in my life. This book reads a lot like what I imagine the inside of their head's are like at times. The story is impossible and all the more terrifying for that reason.

    • Rita says:

      One of the things that I love the most about GoodReads and its forums, is that it allows you to discover literature that otherwise would have passed right by you, for better and for worse. Which of the two this little books fall under is not very easy to determine. It's one of those books that you can either love or hate. This is a book that essentially deals with themes as diverse as sexual depravities, gore, science fiction, mythology, evolutionary "theory", existentialism and of course cannib [...]

    • Steve says:

      Responding to other reviews here, I found this to be neither worthy of burning nor a new explication of "Thelema" (an assemblage of old ideas festooned in a new fool's motley). For me, taboo-breaking and so-called blasphemous works are measured on two counts, 1) literary merit and 2) the transmutation of potentially objectionable material into something meriting deep consideration, discussion or meditation. The Cannibal Within fails on both counts. Try as he might, Mark Mirabello falls far short [...]

    • Mkfs says:

      If I were to choose a word to describe this book, it would be naive. The author seems to want to inspire horror and revulsion, but has no idea how to go about it. Having read somewhere that rape, incest, and cannibalism generally cause these reactions, the author mentions them constantly, but never describes them in any meaningful way. It's like a punk band yelling "RAPE! RAPE! RAPE!" on stage: the problem is not that the audience "doesn't get it" or "can't handle it", it's that you are boring a [...]

    • Debra says:

      Designed to shock and repel, it soon became boring. Yes, you can overdo gruesome, taboo, details to the point where the reading of such just becomes mundane. What started out as a good story, turned into a catalog of depravities. Very little action, just a lot of descriptions. If the author had spent more time with the woman who escaped the atrocities being inflicted upon her, he might have had an interesting tale to tell.

    • Jason says:

      I actually loved this story. The idea behind it was rather brilliant. Some of the words were overused (i.e. 'adjacent') but it hit all the right gooey places. Very twisted and dark. Did I say I loved this book? I loved this book.

    • Evan says:

      Short and sick with a slew of great quotes.

    • Ken says:

      I have mixed feelings about this book. I liked the occult bits of the story but got bored with the extensive look at the transhumans, their culture, religion, etc. It just seemed to go on and on.I am not sure where I got the ebook edition that I read. I am pretty sure it came through but I can't tell for certain. The edition that I had was full of errors: run on words, broken words, misspellings (capital G's were consistently replaced with Q's and capital I's with T's.) and others. I realize th [...]

    • Randy Lewis says:

      So this book is by far the most nastiest, creative, descriptive, and appealing book I've read thus far in this genre! With that said the story isn't is very captivating other than the descriptive and appalling writing. Worth a read at 150 pg though, just dont expect to eat or be blown away after!!

    • Stefanie Von Guest says:

      I picked this book up awhile ago and really did not know what to expect. It took me literally a day to read it and I enjoyed it from start to finish. I love how the author blends scientific terms with his writting, making the "cannibal species" seem like they actually exist. Very gorey and very well written, one of my top ten!

    • TheShrike says:

      Very few books can weird me out. This was an exception. And any book that can make me feel that way gets kudos. It was creepy, well told, with a sense of believably. It was a bit similar to Edward Lee's Infernal series as Lee describes the the underground city of Hell.Recommended if you want to be spooked a bit.

    • Glenda says:

      What the f*ck did I just read??? It was a quick book but one that has left me shaking my head in revulsion and horror. Who thinks of this sh*t?? I am pretty game for a lot of sheisty stuff in the books I read but this was on a whole nuther level!!

    • Ralf Demuth says:

      Made it half way through the book then I gave up. Simply not my style.

    • Braden A. says:

      Didn't like this one too much.

    • Adrian Marcato says:

      Scary, grotesque , violent and brutally intelligent horror.

    • Inti says:

      I cant help but think that the monsters in the book are none other than ourselves and their underground dwelling is the human society it self.

    • Lee Flynn says:

      utter shite

    • Stacy says:

      The most horrible and disgusting book I have ever read! I do not advise anybody to read this book ever! Repulsive!

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