by Jasper Bark
Totally loved this book from start to finish, another awesome production from JB. As an author, he is brilliantly skilled at luring you in with humour only to slap you about the face with a rotting dead fish.
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Dying Days (6)
by Armand Rosamilia:
So in case you missed the title this is book 6 and it quickly picks up from no.5, AR is brilliant in not over waffling to catch you up with previous books. Nothing is diminished as this series continues, it has certainly changed direction a few times but the splat and gore remain good, as do the main characters. [Read more…]
by Jasper Bark
Budding young film makers Sam and Jimmy have borrowed money from Ashkan, a pretty nasty LoanShark, to make a film which of course never happens!
JB uses this to lead you into the first gore-out scene, it’s the sort of scene you know you want to watch but have to do so through splayed fingers.
Tim 3 – sliced, diced & cubed
by Mark Tufo
What a gore laden book of filth, I LOVED it!
Mark Tufo writes this character in the most vile but hysterical way, he makes no apologies for this creature as he bludgeons his way through your heart and senses with a carry on of the emotional torture and gut churning feeding sessions.
Lots of new characters into the mix, with some good fleshing and unfleashing of “victims/meals”.
Tim#3 has a definite purpose with its great story of track and find, following on from Tim2. In addition, a new personality is now in the mix as Tim needed a new body to survive in, enter Scarlett, your average “soccer mum” and it soon turns into a three ringed head circus with Tim/Hugh/Scarlett all bouncing off each other.
More hilarity ensures with fighting over body control and misogynistic man vs gentle/intelligent woman.
There are lots of dark, but mostly funny, moments. Including when they reach a Z-killing facility and the enormity of the Z-apocalypse is brought forward.
I loved the ending and am not wishing for any more!