For a very long time, Jack Ketchum and Edward Lee have followed their separate paths of line-crossing, gut-wrenching, no holds-barred storytelling. Now, those roads have drawn close and merged for a collection of five collaborative stories guaranteed to shock, amuse, disgust, and bring lovers of extreme fiction back for more. Along with the five stories, the authors have each included the first draft of one of their stories, showing the rough-base that becomes the foundation for their fiction, and giving listeners a good chance at separating their voices in the collaborations.
©2003, 2011 Dallas Mayr and Edward Lee (P)2012 David N. Wilson
My taste differs from kid books to gory horror books.
Replace the word cat in the title. I just want you to know when I say this is porn, you don't think I am kidding. Let me also mention that all holes are licked and poked and described in detail. This is porn.
THE DEAD ARE PEOPLE TOO
If you can get past the porn part, let me say I really enjoyed three of the seven stories. Two of the stories were the first draft of two of the stories we already heard. If you are wanting to learn how to write and want to know the difference between a first draft and a finished product, that might interest you, but for the average reader it was disappointing to basically have two stories repeated.
Eyes Left is a different and interesting zombie story.
ALL THAT BEAUTY AND DIVERSITY
John Lee is a great narrator
When two hardcore horror writers do a collaboration "just for fun," you get a no-holes-barred (there's a dirty pun in there) sexy, crunchy, bloody, twisted, good time. I wanted ten more of these stories.
Take every silly word you've ever heard for the act of sex and genitals and purée them with a collection of original angry boy tales and slurp it all down. Very sweet, almost way too sweet. It's not good for you and you won't learn anything, but it tastes great anyway.
I read pretty much everything these two put out, so this was an interesting one for me. Thought the narration could've been a little better, but definitely worth listening to.
Ed Lee and Jack Ketchum are two of my favorite horror authors and this is an interesting collaboration. Two of the rough draft stories are included and it is interesting to compare them before and after collaboration.
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