THE TALE OF SAWNEY BEAN: A CANNIBAL HORROR STORY by Kevin J. Kennedy

Published May 7, 2016 by Shadow Girl

It’s a *Shpadoinkle* book!

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As the huge horror fan that I claim to be, I’m ashamed to admit that I didn’t know the name Sawney Bean ::hangs head in shame::

Thanks to Kevin J. Kennedy, and this awesome short story I picked up on Amazon – that’s changed! I’ve also done some research of my own since reading this, and it’s all pretty interesting stuff.

“The legend of Sawney Bean has long been discussed and adapted into other stories. There has been discussion on which parts of the tale are fact and which parts are fiction.”

“This is the story from the mans mouth himself. Sawney Beans journey from a twelve year old lad into the leader of the most notorious cannibal family to ever live. He tells the tale of how he met his wife and how they ended up raising a massive inbred clan in a secluded cave not far from the very people they were killing for food.”

“Here Sawney’s side of the story and the true facts of what actually happened. Was he a cold blooded cannibal or just another man trying to do his best for his family?”

If you like Jack Ketchum‘s Offseason, The Hills Have Eyes, or (dare I say…) Cannibal! The Musicalyou should definitely pick up this short from KJK.

 


 

THE TALE OF SAWNEY BEAN: A CANNIBAL HORROR STORY on Amazon

Kevin J. Kennedy‘s author page on Amazon

THE TALE OF SAWNEY BEAN: A CANNIBAL HORROR STORY on Goodreads

Kevin J. Kennedy‘s author page on Goodreads

Kevin J. Kennedy on Facebook

 

 

 

 

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