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Everything has already been said. I figure, either you dig the style of this novel or you don't. Electing not to read it, though, means you miss out on the incredible narrative,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Trickster-Kat
An excellent novel that plays with all of the conventions of slasher films to great effect. It takes the thoroughgoing irony of meta-horror movies like SCREAM and THE CABIN IN THE... Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. T. Glover
For anyone who watched waaaaay too many slasher flicks in the 80s and 80s, this book is a cyclopedic homage to every movie Jamie Lee Curtis ever starred in, every Jason, Michael,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by David
I should have liked this, but the author made it unbearable to enjoy.
The first stumbling block is the text's presented. Read more
I was practically glomping all over the starting pages. It's so genre-savvy, it hurts. The basic premise is "What happens to Alice after Friday the 13th? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Eric Juneau
Wow. I thought I had some horror chops. Not anymore.
Read The Last Final Girl and be humbled.
Damon good stuff
The book reads like a slasher movie. It's campy, self-aware and gloriously ambitious. I haven't read anything else by Stephen Graham Jones, but if this is up to his standard, then... Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by R. A. Harris
I was looking forward to this book but I was left utterly down by it. The premise itself is great. Story starts right in the last moments of the slasher finale where the last girl... Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by xMort
Very good meta-romp of a novel disguised as a slasher film, chock full of nods to classic horror slashers, and some inventive verbs that movie fans will appreciate (like: the... Read morePublished on January 25, 2013 by Steve Lowe