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FEAR FACTORS Paperback – October 1, 2002
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Top Customer Reviews
Fear Factors is very entertaining. I found it had everything. As a woman, I was very impressed with the provocativeness and sexual undertones and innuendoes used by Sacco. Not only was the book scary, but believe it or not, some stories were very arousing. I also found some of the stories highly imaginative and controversial which really made me want to read on and read more.
The book was exceptional in that it is 10 short stories so you are not committed to read for days before you finally reach the punchline. As a professional, I like to read on my coffee breaks, lunches and before bed. This fit quite nicely with my work schedule in that I could knock down a story or two daily. I was always entertained. There are some stories I do not recommend reading before bed. I did have nightmares!
I have always been an avid reader of Stephen King and Dean Koontz. I find Sacco's writings very comparable to them and some of the stories even scarier! I can tell you right now...I hope there are at least 2 or 3 movies to be made from the short stories. They are so unique and audiences will be leaning from the edges of their seats!
In closing, I strongly recommend reading Fear Factors if you enjoy believeable, educated sci-fi/fantasy and horror. You will not want to put this book down. If you really like being scared and entertained, this is the book for you. And should the author Peter Sacco read this review, thanks, you made my lunch breaks and you also kept me awake at night! When can we expect your next book?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I hope someone might read this critique! I am a British bloak who found Fear Factors a couple of weeks through a message forum posted in UK. Read more
Just wanted to say I read this book a couple of weeks ago and am reading it a second time now. It was my wife who first read it after a friend she works with past it on to her. Read morePublished on September 15, 2005 by Matt The Horror Critic