Writing Style: 3 out of 5 Stars
WTF Meter: 4 out of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Stars
*DISCLAIMER* THIS REVIEW WILL BE CRUDE AND RUDE AND WILL PROBABLY OFFEND MOST OF THE POPULATION…. SO WOULD THIS BOOK! SO, BE AWARE!
It was the night HE tried to go home…but got caught in THEIR drama…
It’s Halloween. Nick Roesch, a towering figure of evil and stupidity, escapes from the upstate New York mental hospital he’s been committed to for the past five years. Planning to return to his childhood home, where he brutally murdered his babysitter’s boyfriend, his plans are halted when he crosses paths with an even more terrifying beast—two high school friends with some serious beef. Caught in a battle of loyalty that has been brewing for ten years of their friendship, the two girls, Kathleen Strife and Betsy Coleman, force the feud into a savage showdown, pitting the escaped monster against each other. Who will survive this epic deathmatch, and is it totally wrong to fall in love with the murderous lunatic who just tried to kill your ex-best friend with a machete?
HA HA HA HA HA!!!!! Does that tell you enough? No?? YOU WANT MORE?!?
This book had my name written all over it! Ok, so my name isn’t slut, cunt or fag. But, you get the picture! (… Think Amazon will let me post this review? 🤣)
It’s not written for those of delicate sensibilities. It’s crass, it’s rude, it’s gory and in your face. The writing style had me laughing out loud. I can’t say as I have ever heard anyone described as having “cunt shaped eyes”. Here are a few little tidbits that had me giggling,
“His hunky face scrunched into a five-pound sandwich of confused turkey meat.”
“turning to the girthy shaft of sunlight trying to cock-slap his face.”
It absolutely had a uniquely descriptive writing style! Written almost as an 80’s/90’s horror satire, I loved the characters analyzing how the story should progress.
This novel also had my feelings flip flopping from one character to the next. It was easy to have a love/hate relationship with all of the characters. As they grow and evolve they easily go from one extreme to the other. The Last Girl gone bad, the gay best friend and…. Kathleen. Ha ha! Kathleen is probably the most tried and true character. You hate to love her, and love to hate her. The only character I absolutely could not stand was the Sheriff. He spent WAY too much time crying, and any chapter featuring him had me rolling my eyes and wishing it was over. “my daughter! Oh, my daughter. I’m going to lose my daughter!” Well, quit your damn crying and DO SOMETHING!! Ugh. Funny when you keep hoping the killer will just pop out of nowhere and slice him open so you don’t have to deal with his incessant whining anymore!
My reviews are always “No Spoliers”, so I’ll just say WHO WILL BE LEFT STANDING IN THE END??
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Born in Syracuse, NY, David Nora was a normal child until he saw THE EXORCIST at the age of seven. Sleeping with an actual vile of holy water, he finally recovered with his first viewing of the meta-slasher comedy, SCREAM. Since then he has been devouring everything horror related–except the CHILD’S PLAY movies. He wants nothing to do with that devil doll. Currently, he lives in New York City with his beloved stuffed polar bear, Po Po.
Slasher Crasher is Best Served with a Party Crasher Cocktail
- 2oz Alize Red Passion Liqueur
- 1oz Vodka
- Pour over ice