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Title : Wytchcult Rising
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ISBN : 5800115106650
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 465 Pages
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Wytchcult Rising Reviews

  • Karl
    2018-10-17 04:43

    With his book "Wytchcult Rising" Philip LoPresti has given the reader a glimpse into a matriarchal inbred cult told from the point of view of one of the cult's youngest members.We learn how the members of the cult carry on their daily lives, worshiping death by killing one of their own by stoning them to death. Enter this vividly told tale of the grotesque and the incestuious lives lived by the participants as they roam the countryside looking for new conquests.The story is told in a almost poetic frenzy with style and horror combined with menstrual blood and death. Note: The Hardcover copy has no printing on the cover of the book and came with a matted/mounted picture of the cover and was signed by Philip LoPresti . This is copy 4 of 10 copies printed, signed and numbered by Philip LoPresti.

  • Rodney
    2018-10-06 05:38

    A disturbing and grotesque tale of an incestuous, deformed cult. Told through the eyes of a child, who is trying to find identity, I found both the prose and the storyline fascinating. The mix of poetry and earthy horror works so well. Impressive and recommended.

  • Brian O'Connell
    2018-10-18 00:04

    An utterly astounding examination of a degenerate cult dwelling in mud and organs and menstrual blood. There's no adequate way to describe this book, other than to say it is a masterpiece. I am quite honestly blown away by this book. It has to be one of the best books ever written.If you can get your hands for it, lunge on it like a starving black dog towards meat.

  • Michael Adams
    2018-09-22 06:41

    A haunting a perverse journey into the heart of a twisted cult of inbred witches. This is a deeply disturbed coven of fraternicidal murderers and incestuous sexual deviants. This book has the feel of a classic shock-horror film given literary credibility, the horrifying cannibal family of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the deformed, sexually desperate maniacs of The Hills Have Eyes live on in this cult. An impressive prose debut from poet Philip Lopresti.

  • Ben Arzate
    2018-09-28 06:07

    Full ReviewAlso included in this short book are photographs by LoPresti. They are just as disquieting as the story itself. Some of them showing death and destruction explicitly, but most resembling more the aftermath of the cults doings. LoPresti is just as talented a photographer as he is a writer.

  • Jonathan Raab
    2018-10-01 23:45

    Uncompromising, violent fiction about a horrible witch cult. Both shocking and lyrical.

  • Nick Cato
    2018-10-13 02:01

    Full review on 5/9 at http://thehorrorfictionreview.blogspo...

  • Donald Armfield
    2018-10-01 02:52

    Disturbing but yet hauntingly good. LoPresti holds back nothing telling a tale of a cult under inbred members. The self castration scene is epic.If you are not scemish on reading topics then get your hands on a copy of this. The prose is tightly inked line for line.

  • Frank
    2018-09-22 02:03

    WYTCHCULT RISING is a tightly written story. It is a novella cramed into fifty pages. It is a tribute to the ability of author Phil LoPresti to boil down stories strsight to the bones, all uneeded words, though and descriptions falling off the skeleton like slow cooked pig. Within that economy of prose lies poetry you will not even be conscious of being exposed to. This is a sick, deplorable tale told with grace and beauty. Graphic yet subtle.I was ready for the in-your-face subverse style I'd read from LoPresti prior to this. WYTCHCULT is the marriage of his prose and poetry. The serves to show the depths to which he can craft his words. His art.

  • Michael Adams
    2018-10-16 23:38

    A haunting a perverse journey into the heart of a twisted cult of inbred witches. This is a deeply disturbed coven of fraternicidal murderers and incestuous sexual deviants. This book has the feel of a classic shock-horror film given literary credibility, the horrifying cannibal family of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and the deformed, sexually desperate maniacs of The Hills Have Eyes live on in this cult. An impressive prose debut from poet Philip Lopresti.