Few indeed have penetrated the remote areas of West Papua, a land abounding in ritual and magic. A breviary of anthropophagy and the supernatural, Cannibals of West Papua recounts the remarkable adventures of Fr. Massimo Tetrazzini when he gets drafted into the proselytizing exercises of Dom Duarte Ramiro under the auspices of the Pontifical Mission Guild.Though Cannibals of West Papua is a sequel to The Translation of Father Torturo, it also acts as a stand alone novel. Where the previous work trembled between gothic horror and decadent giallo, the present treatise veers into unexplored territories of crisis, to the furthest edge of cravings, delivering an indispensible and bloody feast for psychologists, beasts, and epicureans alike.
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