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Camp Carnage (Night Terrors) Paperback – August 8, 2014
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Outside of the gay themed backdrop, the novel is pretty cut and dry; teens start to go missing one by one, the virgin & sidekick begin to meddle and get some answers, leading up to final act bloodshed. From afar, it just a gay-themed Friday the 13th (not to say it's too far off from it) but looking deeper at it, there's a great amount of character development, multiple suspects, gruesomely detailed killing scenes, and absolutely shocking deaths. Cross definitely has an understanding and respect for how the 80s slasher genre worked, and that's a huge part of why I loved this book.
Well written and entertaining, with some food for thought given without being preachy. I thought it to be a well balanced and good horror effort. Looking forward to the next installment from the authors.
This is horror at its best. I could not put this book down! It is the first in a new anthology series and I can not waite for the rest. I was intrigued from the beginning, held on my amazing character development, pushed to the edge of my seat with suspense and finally shocked with a twist I did not see coming.
Although the setting is a gay camp this is definitely not an exclusively gay book, it would be great for anyone who loves the horror genre.
Camp Carnage was an entertaining read, not too deep, but very enjoyable. While I am a horror fan, slice and dice is not my favorite genre. I found myself liking some of the characters, and thoroughly enjoying this book. I am looking forward to Night Terrors Book 2.