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f0bf3 No.5546

Pregnancy-related books. Horror, sci-fi, action, whatever.

>A sleeping life form had been waiting for millennia, needing only a chance to breed before escaping to spread like a foul, devouring disease into the lifeblood of the universe.

Link for DL:

f0bf3 No.5547

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>Frostflower and Thorn
>by Phyllis Ann Karr

In the first chapter, a warrior girl goes to a sorceress for an abortion and ends up getting a rapid pregnancy instead.

063e9 No.5556

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Bluebird Winter by Linda Howard.
The first chapter focus on the main character giving birth alone then with help from a stranger on Chrismas Eve. A decent quick-read chapter

f0bf3 No.5558

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>Sealed by Naomi Booth

A pregnant woman and her husband hide out in rural Australia from a disease that causes newly grown skin to seal up your bodily orifices. The entire book is very heavy on emotional turmoil and body horror.

The birth scene is…gruesome.

e16d4 No.5610

Sweet, I remember seeing that when I worked in a library in high school (and flipping through it when I was supposed to be working). I just could never remember the author or title or…anything. Thanks for that throwback.

Both sentences of that description made me uncomfortable, but in the way that makes you curious enough to willingly step outside my comfort zone. I looked up some descriptions and reviews and most agree that the book is good, even if the disease itself is creepy but not very plausible, and they didn't go into detail but also agree the birth scene is pretty nasty.

That said, I'm still curious and am going to go ahead and ask, while they talk about the disease only affecting the skin on your head…does it end up sealing her vag?

f0bf3 No.5615

>does it end up sealing her vag?

Read and find out:

f0bf3 No.5616

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(Here are some from the /d/ thread since it's going to die:)

Mothership by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal
>It's set in a school for teenage mothers, which happens to be a spaceship, and the main character is a girl pregnant with an alien hybrid… I think.

f0bf3 No.5617

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The Reality Dysfunction by Peter F. Hamilton

>This piece of read touches on pregnancy of literal female space marines together with their own ships and many more, and the book itself is quite entertaining too.

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