- File Size: 786 KB
- Print Length: 65 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Erotic Mayberry Publishing; 2 edition (July 28, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 28, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B012UX6MEM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,456 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
A Foreign Evil: Diablo Snuff 1: An Erotic Horror Kindle Edition
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I don’t do horror...like really...I usually run in the opposite direction. I was intrigued with A Foreign Evil: Diablo Snuff after reading the blurb and I one-clicked figuring what the h@ll let’s try something new and I stepped out of my comfort zone.
I don’t even know where to start....Foreign Evil: Diablo Snuff is a fast read but definitely not lacking in hot sex and a slew of scary and frightening things. From page one I was drawn into the story and just had to keep reading. It was like the pages were calling to me.
Michael is on vacation for his buddies Bachelor getaway when he meets Isabelle and becomes enamoured with her. There is an undeniable attraction and pull that he has with her. The two end up at a “Push” (gotta read the book - just go with it) and end up having some very hot, erotic and kinda kinky sex. Afterwards is where things get strange and kinda scary- we are introduced to Diablo Snuff. You ask what or who Diablo Snuff is??? Well I would ruin the book for you....just let me tell you around 85-90% in things started clicking and I said to myself “Carver Pike is a pure, evil genius”.
I am so glad I went out of my comfort zone and read this book. Carver Pike, I am now addicted. I can’t wait to read more of your books.
* Review By Chasing The Words Book Blog
Okay, well not really speechless, but ....G.D.!! The story is like watching it play out as you read it, and unlike horror movies (which i avoid like the plague), this book was just hot enough and wicked enough to keep me hooked till the end. Imagine the worst things possible and then add an erotic game element to them.....Let's just say, if I were ever single in a foreign country....yeah, so not going anywhere with a stranger no matter how hot/sexy/beautiful they were! But I have to admit, this book was one i couldn't put down till the end. So if you like the sexy, erotic, horror of the deadliest games variety....well this is definitely the book for you!!! So one click and say your prayers!
“Foreign Evil” takes place in Panama City (Panama, not Florida), where a group of young Americans have gone on an extended bachelor party for one of their number. Their itinerary takes them to various dive bars and casinos with the usual assortment of hardened prostitutes. After separating from his friends, the narrator, Michael, strikes up an acquaintance with Isabelle, a young woman who doesn’t appear to be the typical hooker, and after some conversation and dancing, she agrees to take Michael to a place where they can be together. Their cab ride winds up in a seedy part of town, where it begins to dawn on Michael that going off with a strange woman in a foreign country to a rundown part of town in the middle of the night isn’t the smartest idea in the world. What Michael doesn’t realize is that he’s in for something much worse than a run-of-the-mill mugging.
Michael and Isabelle’s destination appears to be an adult motel, with a wide variety of adult novelty devices available for their guests to select. And Michael and Isabelle soon have an encounter that takes up the second quarter of “Foreign Evil” and definitely provides the erotic part of the book’s description. When they are done, however, Michael discovers that there are people in the motel who have other plans for him that aren’t nearly as pleasant, and he spends most of the last half of the book simply trying to stay alive and to figure out just what type of place this motel actually is. I wouldn’t want to give away any spoilerish plot details, but I would point out that the subtitle of the book is “Diablo Snuff,” so that should give readers a big clue about what’s going on.
What really surprised me about “Foreign Evil” was the precise, clever manner in which the story was put together. Unlike the other erotica I’ve read on Amazon, “Foreign Evil” wasn’t merely a string of encounters thrown together until they reach book length. Instead, author Pike has one big sex scene in the story, and it’s as kinky a scene as you’ll read any time soon, but it’s also a quite effective scene, even with the usual dose of four-letter words and other crude terminology. That scene sets the stage for the more gruesome material to follow. Much horror fiction, from the days of “Dracula” on, contained a good bit of erotic material, and author Pike uses his erotic material to set the stage, in more ways than one, for the rest of his book.
As for the rest of the book, it’s suspenseful and rather graphic in a different way, mindful of Eli Roth’s “Hostel” movies. This is definitely not a book for the squeamish. But it’s also compelling, as readers will be interested in following Michael as he tries to discover what’s actually going on at the motel. Books of this type require a considerable suspension of disbelief on the part of readers, and Pike’s writing style easily allows readers to gloss over implausibilities such as some likely crime reports that would certainly catch the eye of even the most inept police department in the world. And, when the ultimate reveal arrives, it makes sense in the world that Pike has created.
Alas, Pike can’t sustain his gruesome fantasy world over the last couple of pages, and the ending appears almost a tacked-on afterthought. Still for almost the entire book, Carver Pike provides the best written erotic tale, and one of the better written horror tales, that I’ve read on Amazon. Both the erotic and the horror elements of “Foreign Evil” work well, and, even better, wind up complementing each other in creating a memorable overall mood for the story. “Foreign Evil” is definitely not a book for everyone’s tastes, but it is a definite, albeit kinky and disturbing, treat for fans of the right genres.