Cannibal Metropolis is a book written by Saurav Dutt that was released in the last quarter of 2014. Inspired by Ruggero Deodato’s cult classic, Cannibal Holocaust, this book has received several five star reviews and has even made it across the desk of Eli Roth. With the cover art created by one of the top artists at Anchor Bay Studios, Cannibal Metropolis warns readers: this book is not suitable for readers under 17!
A savage and bloodthirsty cannibal tribe is being herded for a barbarous and sadistic military purpose. Bioengineered with chemical agents and bacterial viruses the resulting mutations are being bred, trained and deployed alongside rogue war contractors in the Middle East at the behest of the Pentagon-creating the ultimate heart eating, head chopping and throat cutting cannibalistic killing machine. When a field test programme using the creatures in a battlefield scenario goes horrifically wrong the creatures escape into the depths of the New York sewers, pursued and stalked by their creators desperate to conceal their existence.
With their hunger satiated, their bloodlust uninhibited they will stop at nothing to quench their hunger to annihilate, mutilate and destroy anything in their path. Amidst a toxic swirl of public rage against ongoing war and societal turmoil, thousands of protestors have congregated at Wall Street unaware of the terror directly beneath which is determined to rise above ground intending to slaughter everything in sight. As the hunter becomes the hunted, the innocent find themselves trapped in the heart of an urban slaughterhouse, with only the brave and the merciless able to fight for survival as relentless bloody carnage tears through the city.