Embrace the Monster You Are with Ken Hanley’s The I in Evil


A new novel hit bookstores and online outlets this week, Ken Hanley’s The I in Evil, and considering it has garnered praise from the likes of horror directors Vincenzo Natali (“Hannibal”), Tom Holland (Child’s Play), and Troma founder Lloyd Kaufman, it sounds like a perfect Halloween treat for Dread Central readers.

Are you depressed? Alienated? Unfit for society? Are you also a monster? If so, congratulations… Ken W. Hanley is here for you!

That’s right: Fangoria magazine’s Ken W. Hanley has devoted his life to uplifting the spirits and changing the lives of monsters across this great nation of ours. Vampires, mummies, wolfmen, gill-men, and monsters (Frankenstein’s or otherwise) will finally be able to step out of the shadows after reading The I in Evil: Accepting and Embracing the Monster You Are (Skyhorse Publishing) and be social, conscientious citizens without the psychological and sociological issues that plague mankind every day.

By reading Hanley’s well-versed answers to the questions that have cursed these wicked creatures for eons, monsters around the world will be able to accept and embrace their natures and use them for good instead of evil. Whether you’re tied down by the expectations of your mystic elders or taken prisoner by your unquenchable bloodlust, Hanley is here to help you solve your problems with the power of positivity and self-confidence. So, the next time you’re about to sink your teeth into someone’s neck, pick up this book instead and remember that you can’t spell “evil” without the “I.”

The I in Evil is not meant for humans. This book contains dark horrifying truths, and the author relinquishes any and all responsibility for any actions readers take against monsters or themselves as a result of this book.

The I in Evil is a satirical self-help book full of humorous advice for monsters and their daily dilemmas with chapters such as “Unwrapping the Mummy,” “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Gill-Man,” and “So You’re Dead; Now What?” Those with a wicked sense of humor and an affinity for fantasy and horror will not be disappointed—it’s ghoulishly fun.




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