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The problem that I had with this book was:
1. It needed a good proof reader.
2. What was up with all the big words. Did you use a thesaurus to replace words so you could look important, or at the very least smart. Your use of descriptive words from the thesaurus or whatever dictionary you were using took away from the story.
I don't think I will be recommending this book to anyone. If I talk about it then I will make an appalling descriptive reference to the use of unnecessary verbiage.
It was like watching one of those old drive in movies on speed! I'm still shaking my head at the ending and how easily I was fooled by where I thought the story was headed. Very nice twist! I liked it!
Desperate to reconnect with each other and recharge their sexual batteries, they decide to use their Spring Break holiday to visit a retreat, and as it is a long drive, they decide to stop off overnight at a motel in Flanagan, a one-horse town without a horse.
The following day, the couple are taken hostage by an unsavoury group of locals and are subjected to a series of twisted "games", and are forced to perform increasingly nasty and perverse acts of physical, mental and sexual torture upon each other, and also have brutal sexual acts performed on them by their captors.
To top it off, Chris and Helen are informed that when the bells ring on an old alarm clock that is placed nearby, they will be killed.
The tension mounts as the clock ticks, and as the reader reaches what they think is the end, that's when James H. Longmore throws in the plot twist, which you won't see coming, and it's a doozy!
This is extreme horror, extreme sex, and it's an extremely good read, spoiled a little by more than a few grammatical errors.
...those who might seek red rooms and/or gore sites through the use of Tor, when not creating the content themselves.
With a twist that pops, allowing the reader to feel that energy felt upon the first words on the first page, the story builds more upon the reader's investment in the novel.
While many who write extreme horror write purely to shock the reader, they lack the proper aspects of storytelling and create shock for shock sake, and fail as an author telling a story. In Flanagan we see that the author is not out to cause a gasp at a graphic scene solely for the sake of shock value, but rather issue the physical and psychological with reason and with merit.
This fast-paced novel by James H. Longmore will be a welcome companion with those who enjoy the intensity of extremes and sexualities of Wrath James White, Edward Lee, and Jack Ketchum.
Flanagan by James H. Longmore is a graphic page-turner written for those of us who enjoy merited fictional violence, and is a success not only as an extreme horror novel, but as a novel.