Trollhunters

(2 reviews with an average rating of 3 out of 5)

Publisher: Hot Key Books

Review

For as long as he can remember, James Sturges Jnr's life has been overshadowed by the gruesome fate of his Uncle Jack who was abducted by flesh-eating trolls at the tender age of 13.

When, a generation later, the monsters return to resume harvesting humans as food, Jim seems to be on their hit list. But things are not always what they appear and Jim needs a strong constitution, as he morphs from helpless victim into reluctant hero, and is forced to get up-close-and-personal with grotesque bodily fluids, monstrous excretions and mindboggling carnage.  

This black comedy has a highly visual, cinematic feel. It is wildly imaginative and rich in description, comedy gore and elaborate use of language, but a little light on plot. Contains strong language and graphic violence.   

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