HUMAN MILK – An almost true and terrifying story

HUMAN MILK - An almost true and terrifying story

“HUMAN MILK” by Sven Frank
Sven Frank’s novel “HUMAN MILK” tells the story of a woman who finds herself in a luxurious, but mysterious and scary place.

Jenny finds herself in a luxurious setting after a rather traumatic experience in her life. She is admitted to a ward unlike any ward she ever found herself in. Items are aesthetically arranged in this place, everything is very clean and she gets extremely rich organic foods every day. Usually, these kinds of foods are reserved for the society’s proletariat. The last time she ate such foods was when Jack invited her over to his place for a date, she ate and ate until she did not even have the energie to lift herself off the couch. While Jenny is glad that she seems to be in such good hands, her peace of mind soon turns to doubt. Something strange is going on here. While she is well looked after, she begins to wonder whether she will ever leave that mysterious place alive once she is not fit for purpose any longer.

Readers of “HUMAN MILK” by Sven Frank will soon make the connection of what problem the story wants to highlight. The author Sven Frank (born January 31, 1975) is a German Hypnotherapist, Polyglot and Speed Learning nerd. Sometimes, while enjoying the sun in his garden or being on the boat, his thoughts drift away and create a story that has to be told. This is how his books are born. The author doesn’t expect readers to change their habits. He doesn’t even expect that many readers will understand his message. But he hopes that they will enjoy the stories, and that some readers will find their content thought provoking and eye opening – which this book definitely is.

“HUMAN MILK” by Sven Frank is now available from tredition or can be ordered through retail using ISBN 978-3-347-31783-3. tredition assists young and unknown authors with publishing their own books, but also cooperates with publishers and publishing houses. tredition publishes books in print and digital formats, distributes locally and online, and actively markets all titles.

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