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Punishment by William D. Prystauk
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it was amazing

“March came in like a fist-fuck and went out like a blowjob.” That opening line should be enough to make you read this book!

Prystauk dispels the notion that sophomore novels shrink and die. In this book, the only ones who die are the victims.

Metaphors, quirky mannerisms and speech patterns bring the three main characters to life. These are not stock characters. They have flaws like real people.

Prystauk writes for the screen, giving the reader a multi-sense experience, including a soundtrack. In fact, the book comes with a playlist.

Like its predecessor, “Punishment” isn’t for everyone. Don’t read this book in public or on a full stomach. But make sure you read.

Yes, it contains sex. Yes, it dives into alternative lifestyles. Yes, it’s gruesome and horrific in places. But at its core, “Punishment” is intelligent writing mixed with macabre humor.

Prystauk continues his streak as a marvelous storyteller!

Highly recommended!
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August 18, 2020 – Shelved

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message 1: by William (new)

William Prystauk BJ, I am beyond grateful!

I cannot thank you enough for such an amazing review, and I am humbled that you found the novel so worthwhile.

Many thanks!

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