by John Lindensmith
17+ WARNING: CONTAINS STRONG SEXUAL CONTENT, LANGUAGE, VIOLENCE, AND DRUG USE
Raw. Shocking. Provocative. Uncensored. Read the controversial novel about the dark underbelly of high school!
Hell High: here, teenagers lose their innocence in a cesspit of recreational and psychiatric drugs, meaningless sex, pseudo-macho ideals, and incessant verbal, physical, and sexual abuse. After a cruel prank causes a girl to commit suicide, her fellow students must face their inner darkness. And none of them may survive prom night…
Author’s Inspiration: “In a culture rampant with teenage suicide due to bullying, I think it’s really important that there be a book that does not shy away from the true horror of the abusive behaviors taking place in our high schools. These problems should not be sugar coated. They should be depicted in their gritty, raunchy, gory reality.”
“Raw, real, shocking . . . if only a mainstream publisher today would be brave enough to mass publish this.” – Karl Vadaszffy, UK author of Full of Sin and The Missing
“…a hideous compression of small town evil…Exaggerated? Unlikely? So you or I might say. But the realities of such massacres as Columbine High School say otherwise, with a far louder and far clearer voice.” — Graham Worthington, author of Wake of the Raven and Zorn
John Lindensmith is from Fargo, North Dakota, but was born in Kagoshima, Japan, where his parents served as missionaries. Lindensmith self-published and promoted his first book, Mystery Man, while still in high school. He is also the author of Hell, Revenge of the Fast Food Mascots, Pete, and Bloodlust.
Lindensmith is a former minor internet celebrity and pervy terror lord. His blog, “The Church of Fat,” attempted to provide commentary on the culture, chronicle his ever deepening descent into depression and self-destruction, and fulfill his insatiable hunger for attention and validation. At the time, it was one of Xanga’s top ten featured blogs, and he updated it almost every day, obtaining about a thousand subscribers and receiving about 15,000 hits a week.
For more information about the author: www.johnrlindensmith.blogspot.com
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