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"NightWhere isn't for everybody...Think Hellraiser meets Basic Instinct, and you have some idea about the dark contents of this novel. That being said, I loved NightWhere."
--Hellnotes

"I can guarantee once you start NightWhere you will not be able to put it down; it sinks its hooks into you and you just have to turn the next page to see what will happen next."
--Famous Monsters of Filmland

"...extremely well written, providing the kind of reading experience you get from Cormac McCarthy's The Road or Scott Smith's The Ruins -- relentless in both realism and emotional impact."
--The Horror Review

"The dialogue is crisp, the plotting is fast-paced -- it's a very confident piece of work, regardless of the subject matter. And is it scary? Yes, at times NightWhere is very scary...because this is a novel that can go anywhere. And it does."
--Bloody Disgusting

"NightWhere is a darkly erotic, deeply disturbing and hauntingly engaging tale that took my breath away - literally...  This tale of heightened eroticism, degradation, masochism, graphic violence and often horrific imagery is the proverbial scrape across a chalk board or the fingernail stroke down one's spine that elicits an aching twinge and shudder; and, weirdly, leaves you wanting more. NightWhere may not be 'hauntingly beautiful', but it's a hell of a good read."
--Dark Haven Book Reviews

“Everson consistently offers creepy, gothic settings, disturbing kill scenes, plenty of thrills, and writing that’s more addictive than crack.”
—Horror Fiction Review

 

“John Everson brings something new and edgy to the genre. It’s like reading a killer rock record."
—Paperbackhorror.com

 

“John Everson has guts, and clearly likes to explore and tamper with boundaries. He is a good enough writer that he can get away with murder, as well as multitudes of morbid mayhem.”
—Hellnotes

Book Description

When Rae suggested visiting an underground sex club, Mark didn't blink. He should have. Because NightWhere is no normal swingers club. Soon Rae is indulging her lust for pain. And Mark is warned by a beautiful stranger to take his wife away before it's too late.
It’s already too late. Rae hasn't come home. Now Mark is in a race against time to save his wife. To stop her from taking that last step through the degradations of The Red into the ultimate BDSM of The Black. More than just her life is at stake: Rae could lose her soul...


Product Details

  • File Size: 783 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (June 5, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 5, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0083K12W4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,203 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

John Everson is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of eight novels of erotic horror and the macabre, including his latest, the Fountain of Youth thriller THE FAMILY TREE, as well as the Bram Stoker Award-nominated tour de force NIGHTWHERE, the Bram Stoker Award-winner COVENANT, its sequel SACRIFICE and the standalone novels THE 13TH, SIREN, THE PUMPKIN MAN, VIOLET EYES.

John shares a deep purple den in Naperville, Illinois with a cockatoo and cockatiel, a disparate collection of fake skulls, twisted skeletal fairies, Alan Clark illustrations and a large stuffed Eeyore. There's also a mounted Chinese fowling spider named Stoker, an ever-growing shelf of custom mix CDs and an acoustic guitar that he can't really play but that his son likes to hear him beat on anyway. Sometimes his wife is surprised to find him shuffling through more public areas of the house, but it's usually only to brew another cup of coffee. In order to avoid the onerous task of writing, he occasionally records pop-rock songs in a hidden home studio, experiments with the insatiable culinary joys of the jalapeno, designs book covers for a variety of small presses, loses hours in expanding an array of gardens and chases frequent excursions into the bizarre visual headspace of '70s euro-horror DVDs with a shot of Makers Mark and a tall glass of Newcastle.

Learn more about John on his site, www.johneverson.com, where you can sign up for a direct-from-the-author monthly e-newsletter with information on new books, contests and occasionally, free fiction.

Want to connect? Follow John on Twitter @johneverson, or find him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/johneverson.


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Format: Kindle Edition
NightWhere will elicit a few different kinds of reactions. Either you will not be able to put it down until its finished, or you'll need to take breaks to catch your breath or clear your mind. NightWhere is an EXTREMELY erotic horror novel, filled with not only sex, but explicit no-holds barred sex, degradation, and violence. But it's also a great story and an exploration into the extreme and the supernatural. Sliding NightWhere into the "horror" category leads one to believe it's just a horror novel, but it's so much more. It's a smoothly written novel that flows wonderfully and never lets up. Fans of Mr. Everson will love it and if you are new to his work, then this is a great place to start.
Filled with wicked characters doing imaginable as well as unimaginable things, NightWhere is a finely crafted piece of fiction loaded with tension, suspense, mystery, blood and guts and eye-popping moments.
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NIGHTWHERE is a place where consenting adults come to for BDSM adventures....and a small minority of THAT group goes further with pain and toruture...and an even smaller group goes to the furhest stretch of your imaginings for their depravity. Interspersed with colorful characters, intense scenes of sex/pain/toruture, NIGHTWHERE is John Everson's complete vision of a Utopia for the weird and decadent. This book is not for the faint-hearted...the prudish...the soccer moms who thought FIFTY SHADES OF...was titilating. This is gore, murder and perversity taken to the highest (lowest?) levels. A very fast paced novel that I finished in 3 separate sittings. Reminded me of Everson's classic THE 13th novel. Great dialogue, vivid scenes and a plot that captures you from the Prologue. Uou will not be the same when you finish this one...I gurantee it. John Everson continues with his excellent line of horror and erotica novels...one of his best.
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By S.H. on June 6, 2012
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I devoured this book yesterday. Has to be my BEST read of 2012. John Everson knocked it out the ball park with this book. He takes you into a very dark and sin filled world. Mark and Rae have a very open marriage. And have been to many sex clubs. But when the red invitation for NightWhere arrives. They enter into a dark sex world they have never experienced before. Mark and Rae soon find out the sex,pain,loss that the NightWhere brings.
If you liked his books The 13TH,Vigilantes Of Love and Deadly Nightlusts. Then you will enjoy this book.
So step into the dark sinful world of the NightWhere. And as Mark says "He was peanut butter but someone or something else always brought the jelly."
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I had high hopes for this book since it was a Stoker award nominee. I'm not a squeamish reader and the world of BDSM is not a mystery to me. I also really enjoy alternative and gory horror. There's some interesting dark erotica here, but overall the book really failed for me in creating characters you actually care to read about. Quite frankly I thought Rae and Mark were written as incredibly juvenile, short-sighted, douche bags.The book was quite successful in making me root for the "monsters" to finish them both as quickly as possible.
Part of this is there was a distinctive lack of depth in the main characters. I thought some of the minor characters were actually more fleshed out than the mains. Additionally some of the prose is a bit frat boy style. Lines like, " Rae knew even a gay guy could be won over by a sexy woman " are just silly and highlight the general shallowness of the characters. Mark's character is particularly vexing. There's a huge difference between being submissive and just delusional. Rae is like a masochistic blow up doll. It's hard to feel (and fear) for her as she begins to spiral. The stereotypes that manifest in the book are also annoying. The gay character loves the smell of vanilla and mentions AIDS. The couple's jaunt in a particular neighborhood in Chicago is peppered with gun shots and references a ghetto. The one character that he describes as dark skinned goes out of her way to explain she is absolutely not Black (heaven forbid), but she's a white girl with a "hard core tan". Rae embodies the blonde, bubble head, entitled bimbo. I think that was particularly disappointing, because a more nuanced version of her character and her desires would have been great.

Some pros:
Good pacing. The scene shifts are jarring but also engaging.
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Format: Paperback
If your into bondage, S&M and kinky sex clubs then there is a place for you called NightWhere. Except you can't go looking for it, NightWhere looks for you. NightWhere by John Everson is the story of a secret swinger's club where all your dreams and nightmares about pain and degradation come true.

Rae wasn't satisfied with her marriage to Mark, she wanted more and whips, chains and bizarre sex is what she was looking for. Mark reluctantly starts to go to underground sex clubs with Rae to keep her happy. Then one day they receive an invitation to a gothic sex club called NightWhere.

After a couple of visits to the club, Rae becomes obsessed with NightWhere and disappears. The location of the club changes nightly and Mark is in a race against time to save his wife. Rae is going through changes and finds she loves the lifestyle that NightWhere offers. She may not want to be saved but Mark loves Rae and will go through hell to get her back.

NightWhere is by far the most disturbing book that I've ever read. I've read some hardcore bloody horror novels from the likes of Richard Laymon and Ed Lee but these authors didn't make me cringe like John Everson did. There were two times while reading NightWhere that I had to stop because I couldn't handle the subject matter. There are some torture scenes in this book that were so over the top that they bordered on ridiculous and left me wondering if there are people out there who are similar to the characters in the story.

You have to have a strong stomach to get through NightWhere, what kept me reading was I wanted to see what was going to happen to Mark. Mark has to go through unimaginable amounts of humiliation and pain to save Rae.
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