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- Print Length: 196 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1979064385
- Publisher: Splatterpunk Zine (November 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07779TPFZ
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,668 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Without further ado-these are the stories that affected me most, in the order in which they knocked off my socks:
MOLLY by Glenn Rolfe. I have read a number of Glenn's works now and it's my opinion that he's an author to watch. With this story, he has arrived! A killer doll, a hotel, sexy women and weak men-add them all together and what have you got? Molly. 5*
LIMB MEMORY by Tim Curran. It sucks to lose an arm. Turns out that it also sucks when the arm comes back! 5*
THE GOING RATE by John Boden. A super short, shocking story! LOVED. IT. 5*
EXTINCTION THERAPY by Bracken MacLeod. Beautifully written with one of those punch-in-the-gut endings that I adore. 5*
THEY SWIM BY NIGHT by Adam Millard. Who doesn't love a good story about sirens? (Not like on police cars, but like in ancient mythology.) You have to ignore those singing ladies, or they'll get you every time. 4*
THE PASSION OF THE ROBERTSONS by Duncan Ralston. This was gross, funny and messed up all at once. 4*
FEAST OF CONSEQUENCES by W.D. Gagliani and Dave Benton. This story was a constant stream of Oh No! Followed by YES! I 'll let you guess upon which of those the story ended. 4*
DARLA'S PROBLEM by Kristofer Rufty. This being my first Rufty story, I wonder why I've waited so long to check him out. When Darla comes to you with a problem-take her seriously.
SPLATTERPUNK FIGHTING BACK was an anthology that totally worked for me, and I'm guessing even though it's only January, this will be included in my best anthologies of the year.
They Swim by Night
The first story was a good starter, but from the beginning (when Alex learns that 'just a girl' will be on stage) I had a clue as to what kind of girl that would be and where this would surely lead. However, the execution (haha) was well done. ***
Not much to say: the second story was just great from start to finish and I especially enjoyed the humor at the end. ****
The third story took its time to convince me. First, I was confused about what was going on, afraid the author chose the session as an easy means to spill his gore fantasy. And what was the parallel story about Doug and Cary doing here? But at the end everything was wrapped up nicely. ***
The Passion of the Robertsons
My favorite so far. Loved the ending!
I wonder whom (or if anyone at all yet) the couple had in mind while purchasing their stuff... Was it coincidence they chose Harry? *****
This story left too many questions open for me. Somehow, the story seemed like a part or unfinished chapter of a longer story. ***
Well done, but I'm curious about Molly's background - where did she come from? Dolls can be so creepy... ****
Only Angels Know
Bummer! This was so not for me - and I admit I did not understand a single thing this story (may have) wanted to tell me... *
This was a rather fun story which reminded me of old movies starring severed hands (though I can't remember any title). Nice! ****
Feast of Consequences
Loved it! Where is the novel? *****
The Going Rate
This was - totally unexpected - the most creepy story in the book, and I'm not spooked easily. Loved the idea. Another one I wish would become a novel! ***** can I give an extra star?: *
Another fun story that thankfully lifted the mood again...probably couldn't have slept had I stopped after the previous one... ***
There were so many great stories in this anthology, and a lot of them I would love to see extended into a full-length novel. I also discovered a couple new authors, so this book was an absolute winner in multiple ways for me. Highly recommended!
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