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"Were you a dork in high school? Did you play Dungeons & Dragons or read books featuring knights, wizards, elves, hobbits, and clerics? Do you hate these things now? Would you like to see these characters and creatures of fantasy killed in the most brutal of ways? If so, Carnageland is the book for you. It's Takashi Miike's Izo meets the Shrek movies if Izo were a little green alien rather than an undead samurai." - BRADLEY SANDS, author of My Heart Said No, But the Camera Crew Said Yes!
"Call it "Shrek" as directed by Quentin Tarantino." - KEVIN SWEENEY, co-author of Sideshow P.I.
"Basically, this story has extreme sex and violence, and clever cartoony ideas connected to fairy tales and alien invasions. If that sounds like an ideal combination, Carnageland is your book." - AWESOMER THAN THOU
"All hail the Captain Crunch-powered id monkey! Its fun, it's violent, it rots your brain. In other words, buy it now." - WITHERSIN MAGAZINE
"Carnageland is a fantastic addition to the Bizarro world, and deserves a place on your bookshelf." - LIVING WITH A NERD
This is exactly what alien invaders should be like: cold, brutal, kinda cute, armed with a Doomshooter, and easily aroused by that thing betwixt their legs. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Raf
David Barbee is a National Treasure, which is to say, he is an action-packed thriller starring Nicolas Cage. Read morePublished on June 7, 2012 by NumberLord
898 is an alien invader and is quite good at his job. Armed with his all-purpose Doomshooter, he is sent down to a planet populated with fantastical creatures. Read morePublished on September 17, 2011 by Sarah A. Shaw
898 is a noob invader sent from his home planet of intergalactic infiltration. And he is out to destroy and conquer. Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Jason Wuchenich
A notable novella that's an exercise in notation in which the question is asked, "How many references may a gentleman posit in his literary endeavours? Read morePublished on August 1, 2011 by Meryl
Carnageland has it all. Horror elements of violent killings, fantasy elements of misguided wizards, and sci fi. elements of a colonizing alien. Read morePublished on July 7, 2011 by JB
Originally, I was a bit iffy about "Carnageland". Books containing alien invaders are not really my thing. Read morePublished on June 29, 2011 by FabulousRaye
CARNAGELAND is fun. Pure, unbridled, face-melting fun.
Empty your mind and let David W. Barbee take you away to a magical, enchanted, perverse and brutal land. Read more
This very short tale... how to describe it?
I could say that it makes me think of a car crash between one of Richard Stark's "Parker" novels (one character doggedly kills his... Read more