- File Size: 1502 KB
- Print Length: 336 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 25, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07J49GLJV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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#628,481 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
- #335 in Occult Satanism
- #918 in Religious Science Fiction & Fantasy (Kindle Store)
- #662 in Horror Fiction Classics
The Demon of Decay Kindle Edition
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Joey suggests taking a ride to visit his aunt and uncle, whom he hasn't seen in years, and that's when things start taking a turn for the worse.
His aunt and uncle are acting strange, Ayser, CA has turned into a ghost town and Joey will soon become its next victim.
Joey receives bad news and it starts him on a path of self-destruction.
This is a straightforward tale of good vs. evil and succumbing to an offer that is too good to be true. If it's too good to be true, it's probably best to stay away.
The ending was a surprise. I was expecting something else, but it was refreshing and probably the most realistic in context with the story.
Victoria annoyed me. She wasn't likable, and I'm not sure if that was the author's intention or not, but because she annoyed me, I figured that if every character was likable the book would be a boring read.
Great read, and I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.
The basic plot is a take off (rip off) of Needful Things: creepy shopkeeper selling something people MUST have, in this case magic pills, and demanding murderous payment once the patient can't live without their "prescription."
The main character is unlikable from the beginning. His wife is painted as a bitch because she dares resent his not doing the agreed upon housework despite her supporting him fully while he surfs the net looking for proof of aliens. He's so concerned about his ailing aunt he...goes home, leaving her in the exact same situation. *Miner spoiler* He commits domestic violence and blames it on the booze. A real winner.
The book dragged. And dragged. The few crumbs the author tossed out to hold the reader's interest didn't. I hate walking away from a book but I read for pleasure and this wasn't pleasing.
I gave the book two stars because it isn't the worst thing I've ever tried to read. It isn't loaded with typos and there's nothing wrong with the prose. But do yourself a favor and read Stephen King's original instead.