A Pig's View of Heaven by Stephen McQuiggan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Review: A PIG'S VIEW OF HEAVEN by Stephen McQuiggan
Something exists beneath the swampy Troughton's Moss, something evil, ancient, and very hungry--hungry for blood and flesh, for murder and mutilation. In the village, it can readily find malleable humans to carry out its desires. For its purposes, humans are virtually interchangeable. For no, that's sufficient; but eventually this Something wants to act on its own. A PIG'S VIEW OF HEAVEN is a dark look at evil, within the human heart and without, at deception and illusion, desire and dismay.
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