- File Size: 591 KB
- Print Length: 207 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Tin Town (September 3, 2012)
- Publication Date: September 3, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0095O151A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #627,556 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love horror - well written horror, that is, and I have discovered a new (to me) favorite - Roger Smith writing as Max Wilde.
Even though I love horror, I usually am not into demonic fiction. But "Vile Blood" is different enough in the way Wilde handles the story, that he captured my interest from page one and held it to the very end.
This is a rootin' tootin' gorefest so be warned if you happen to faint at the mention of blood - or guts (lots of guts) - or people being torn into smaller and smaller pieces. And then eaten. Be warned.
Skye is a great character, appearing in a cardboard box at the side of the road as an infant and manifesting at different times throughout the book as The Other. And there is her adopted brother Gene, a Chief Deputy Sheriff trying to protect his county and his family. And I love Gene's son, Timmy and his Creepshow episodes.
There are dastardly really bad guys in this book. There are people that are bad that you end up rooting for. There are good people. I really hope there is a sequel to this novel so we can find out more about the lives of the Martindales.
I love horror, the really good juicy kind. Jack Ketchum, Brian Keene, Richard Laymon. They are the kings of horror in my mind and I just added Max Wilde to that list.
VILE BLOOD is not for the squeamish. There's blood, gore and violence. Things that will make you cringe. But if you enjoy biting your nails to the quick while you read, this is the book for you.
Skye Martindale is shy and withdrawn but she has a secret. When she's attacked by a group of men her secret is awakened. She loses everything she cares about, but it's out of her control. Or is it?
I loved her character and was cheering for her the whole way, but the real star of this book was in the villain. Junior Cotton. I won't say much about him, I don't think I could do him justice. You need to check out this book and find out for yourself.
This is a must read for horror lovers. I hope Wilde doesn't stop with just this one. I actually may go back and read Vile Blood again. It's that good!!
There were some very serious bad guys in this book. Drum. Tincup. Junior. These are some super bad guys you can't help but hate.
Pretty scary what these guys can and will do!!!
This was one of the scariest books that I have EVER read.
One of my major pet peeves is reading a novel full of grammatical and spelling errors. If there are enough errors, I will NOT finish reading it, I don't care how good the story is. In this case, there are some misspelled words scattered throughout the novel; however, there are not enough to jar the reader out of the story. As for grammar, there are a few errors, but they too are not severe or nearly frequent enough to warrant setting the book aside and dismissing it with disgust.
The story itself is rather unique and character development is very well done. I appreciate how the author 'tells' the story from the perspective of various characters. While this writing technique can be book suicide if the author isn't skilled in shifting the point of view back and forth between characters, Max Wilde(Roger Smith) manages to make it work and does so expertly. By viewing the story through the eyes of each major character, a certain depth and deeper understanding of each character's emotions and actions is achieved, more so than if narrated from a single point of view.Read more ›
The author writes in such a way, giving one the actual feel, as if you‘re part f the storyline.
An excellent read! For Paranormal-Thriller fans, this is a must read. I can‘t wait or the next book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Skye gets attacked by four men out on the desert one night, but only Skye survives. What not only killed all four men, but tore them to pieces? Read this book to find out!Published 17 months ago by L.A. Otts
I see this book as a very modern interpretation of the Jekyll and hyde theme. Shye our flawed hero has the beast "The Other" within her and if she cannot control him he... Read morePublished 21 months ago by R T Twinem
I usually don't read these kind if books but this one was very good and kept me interested and scared at the same time.Published on July 19, 2014 by KDM
Minus the poorly edited story I am wanting more , more and more of this tale. The plot is familiar but creatively different an unique. Read morePublished on April 13, 2014 by J. Conway
Good story. I could not put book down. wanted to see what happens next. I can not wait for the second one to come.Published on January 15, 2014 by happy reader
This book immediately captures your attention as Skye is introduced as a shy and purposefully withdrawn young woman. This demeanor allows her to control the "other". Read morePublished on December 13, 2013 by Tech2
Wow! I did NOT expect that! This tale hits the ground running an d just never stops. Although the progression of events were predictable the author was able to make it work in his... Read morePublished on October 22, 2013 by JeWellen
I really enjoyed reading this book. I have never read any of Smith's other books, but I will now. The story delves into areas of horror that some people don't want to... Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Mgriff2@msn