- File Size: 981 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0998067997
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bloodshot Books (July 28, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 28, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073P37C9L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #304,812 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A story of people who have the ability to move around though different versions of the world we live in and the ones who use this ability to engage in their darkest fantasies is engaging as well as gruesome at the same time.
The authors have not ( as far as I know) called this a splatterpunk novel but I say this has all the hallmarks of classic splatterpunk.
Twin sisters telepathically trip around in each others minds and fall into theirs own horrors; One in a mental hospital the other one mixed up some weird, gruesome demonic church. This book packs a mean punch of modern horror and any fan of horror will see. I have a feeling we will be seeing more of this villain, for now stay outta of the desert.
Celia is a bit of a vagabond who is known to lose a day or a few days here and there thanks to her flask and the assortment of pills which were her constant companions.
There's no doubt her confusion contributed to her circumstance in the desert...
"Scrambling from her hiding spot, she fled, cursing her limbs that seemed atrophied with fear. A walking nightmare came bearing down on her with ungodly speed. The sound of the massive hound's paws tearing the dusty earth beneath it was second only to the thunderous pounding of her pulse in her ears. The distance was closed in a matter of seconds and, as it leapt, she was flooded with defeat."
She awoke a captive in a church with a number of other women, each with a number carved into their forehead representing the year they were taken, the oldest was sixty-eight, Celia was fourteen.
Miles and worlds away lies Casey who is in an asylum and awakens with the number fourteen engraved on her forehead. What does it all mean, who is the mysterious man who would be god holding these women captive in an abandoned church?
Those Who Follow features other dimensions and the ability to travel from one to another. It also has one of the most bloodthirsty, villainous characters I've seen in quite some time.
It took me a bit to really embrace the story the sisters of slaughter were presenting here, but once I got up to speed I totally enjoyed the ride.
A dark, violent, and challenging tale which horror fans are sure to embrace.
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From the authors' bio - Michelle Garza and Melissa Lason.are twin sisters from Arizona. They have been dubbed The Sisters of Slaughter. They write horror, science fiction, and dark fantasy.
This thing opens with hitchhiking and immediately it has a slight leg up in my interest. Though they didn’t delve far into the act, it still brought about some nostalgic memories of my teen years when it was my only means of travel. I suppose it's good that I never accepted a certain ride on a certain road that stole me from this world and plopped me down in a dark dangerous other place where one man is god and the shadow creatures reign beyond the walls of the church. I wouldn't be here to write this review!
Those Who Follow reads as if giving an otherworldly explanation to stretches of road like the Highway of Tears (the BC local stretch where dozens have gone missing over decades) or ENTER ROAD NAME HERE wherever you reside. It’s a painful idea turned on its head and then given a doorway thanks to a single bloodline. People are stolen, the women kept alive, and nobody has a clue until what’s done on one side is done on the other thanks to the twin connection.
This tale flows at a frantic pace, the fat trimmed entirely. If it’s written, it’s because something is happening. There’s magic and lore, the scenery is an easy grab for the mind’s eye, and the characters feel completely reasonable (oh logic, why can’t all use it?). The devil of this tale is something that’s been done before, but fits the casting call: a cruel man with an unaware wife at home, drives huge black car, and has a lair fitted with chains and a guard dog.
This is a short novel that packs a good punch. It’s quick and fun, bloody and nasty.