Ezra Blake

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Kidnapped by a serial killer, forced to indulge his most horrific fantasies. 

Claustrophilia draws you in, ties you up, and asks some uncomfortable questions:

Are there taboos you'd never break, no matter how far you were pushed? And more urgently: if you were forced to choose, which limb could you live without?

Ezra Blake's debut novel is filthier than erotica and darker than horror.

Can you stomach it?

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Claustrophilia

 

Christopher Dour’s life was terrible before he was kidnapped.

He spent too much time studying the Providence Butcher's victims and not enough talking to living people. He was erotically obsessed with the idea of murdering Ivan Skinner, his medical school advisor. It was only a matter of time before he killed someone, possibly himself—but the Providence Butcher had other ideas. After all, the first time should be special, and Christopher was going about it all wrong.

Now those life-or-death decisions are out of his hands. He's breaking. What's worse, Chris has a lot in common with the Butcher. Nobody else has truly cared about him before. When he's not being tortured, he's being cherished. If Stockholm syndrome feels like love, then in practice, what’s the difference?

Chris can’t maintain his dignity, but can still cling to his shattered moral compass. Or he can let go, submit, and become the unspeakable. At least then he wouldn’t be alone.

 

Early Reviews:

“I feel purged. It was refreshing to read something so horrifically genuine, unafraid to be entirely unpalatable and raw, all the while maintaining the integrity of the story and characters. It's dark, morbid, but never without purpose or subtext. The prose is elegant, beautiful, and evocative. Dirty as some of these themes are, the writing is damn clean.”

“I was enraptured in horror, holding down vomit, and when it was through, I discovered a strange appreciation for my own pain.”

“The best, most consistent character writing I have ever seen. This is depravity elevated to high art, and has cut me to the core. I fell in love with pieces of myself I’ve spent my entire life repressing.”

“This novel deals with the atrocities of human interaction and the interconnectivity of trauma and violence. What I've found in this work is more than just a blisteringly incisive, stunning piece of literature which speaks to my kinks, interests, fears and loves—it's also provided a form of support which I wasn't expecting to find, anywhere.”

“Hands down the darkest thing I have ever read. Claustrophilia is full of graphic content without being gratuitious. It wasn't easy reading, and I wouldn't call it entertainment. It was a bit like a revelation.”

“I had to get drunk to finish this, but I’m so glad I did.”

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