There’s something wrong with fourteen-year-old Marjorie Barrett – her mental health seems to be declining, yet treatment from medical professionals isn’t helping her one bit. Desperate to pull through the tough time where money is dwindling and Marjorie’s sanity is failing, the Barretts decide to sign up for a reality TV show, where the “possession” of their daughter can be documented every minute of every day.
The definition of “splatterpunk” should give an idea of what this volume entails: characterised by the explicit description of horrific, violent, or pornographic scenes. With an abundance of monsters, gore, and sexual tones, it stays true to the nature of the sub-genre. My advice? Just be prepared.