Cocksucker by Lucas Milliron

The tale of two families . . .

Freddy Trujillo is on the worst vacation of his life. After a rejected proposal, Freddy cheats on his boyfriend and must salvage the rest of the trip with his sister and her boyfriend.

Meanwhile, something has killed all Jim Walker’s chickens. Once the sun sets, he and his son, Clive, hunt for the creature that drained the fowl. Clive is attacked by wild pigs. A needle-fanged, hairless monster comes to Clive’s rescue and he names her Cooter, keeping her a secret, not knowing she’s a chupacabra.

Jim takes Clive on a snake hunt to recoup the cost of the lost chickens but the two are attacked by Curious Ol’ Bob, a bisexual skunk ape, and they barely make it out alive.

Freddy and his family are camping in the same everglades and it’s up to Clive and Cooter to save them from Curious Ol’ Bob.

The IndieMuse Review

Wow, what a fun story! Grossly entertaining. If you’re not into extreme gross-outs and a bit of splatter sprinkled with humor throughout, this book probably isn’t for you. But if you’re like me and drawn to gory and gross, then jump right in! The revulsion begins on the very first page.

When something kills all Jim Walker’s chickens, he and his son, Clive, set out to catch the critter that done it. Clive gets separated from his father and attacked by wild hogs, but he’s rescued by a strange, hairless creature. He names her Cooter and decides he wants to keep her. But Cooter isn’t the only critter about. The very next day, Clive and his father are attacked by a skunk ape and barely make it out alive.

Meanwhile, another family is on vacation, planning on camping in the Everglades. It’s been a disaster from the start, and it’s not about to get better. They have no idea of the dangers lurking about. Clive and his new pet, Cooter, may just be the only ones that can save this poor family from a fate worse than death.

The story drew me in from the beginning. The vivid descriptions, fleshed out characters, and superb storytelling kept me reading until the end. It was repulsive, obscene, and one helluva story. The ending literally made me laugh out loud. I really enjoyed this author’s writing style and look forward to reading more of his books. Highly recommend.


Elizabeth L. learned to read when she was only three years old, and her love of books has only grown since then. Though she reads many different genres, horror will always be her first love. Born and raised in Texas, she shares her home with two kids and a handful of furry critters.


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