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Ritualistic Human Sacrifice Paperback – October 15, 2015
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"I have seen the future of extreme horror, and it is C.V. Hunt." - Brian Keene, author of The Rising
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Holy smokes! I was so in the mood for a book like this. On the surface, it might seem graphic and totally crazy, but it reads like a slow burn that, of course, culminates into what you might expect, but with some nice twists and revelations. C.V. Hunt writes more like a male writer than most male writers combined, and that's a complement. She really hit this one out of the park for me. Before the novel starts, she mentions that it was influenced by Bentley Little and Bret Easton Ellis, and you can clearly see their mark on her style and mindset.
It was a daring choice to follow a protagonist that is so unlikable, but he's such a jerk, you end up actually liking him anyway in a weird way. The town's characters are very memorable and each have distinct traits that really breathe life into the narrative. Believable dialogue and character choices (with maybe one or two exceptions) make this an incredibly entertaining read and easily in my top 5 horror books of the year. The emphasis on tone and atmosphere was near perfect. Think of the dread and paranoia in the movie The Wicker Man and you'll know what I mean. This is the type of book that makes me want - no, need - to buy everything the writer puts out. As you can tell, I loved it!
C.V. Hunt does something with her protagonist I've only seen once before with B.E.Ellis, in AMERICAN PSYCHO (book, not movie!), and that is: to allow her readers to live in a sociopath's skin long enough to accept and develop rapport with the obvious socially unacceptable. When the protagonist's external world turns against him in the most inhumane ways imaginable, this situation turns into the perfect, horrific pressure cooker. I don;t recommend this for readers with weak stomachs or fear of seeing what humanity is capable of. On the other hand, for those who don't mind taking a peek at what we all knew was trully out there in the worse possible ways imaginable, 5-stars and be thankful for the people you love!
Look, if you’re reading a book called Ritualistic Human Sacrifice, then you expect some ritualistic human sacrifice. CV Hunt delivers on that 10-fold. This novel was a true grindhouse experience.
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