So much screaming. Roger Huntington is home from college for the summer, and he and his best friend, Tooth, can't wait to start having fun. It's going to be a summer full of beer, comic books, movies, laughs, parties and maybe even girls. So much pain. The sun is high and the sky is clear as Roger and Tooth set out to shoot beer cans at Bobcat Mountain. Just two friends catching up on lost time, two friends thinking about their futures, two friends - So much blood. - suddenly thrust in the middle of a nightmare. Forced to fight for their lives against a sadistic killer. A killer with an arsenal of razor-sharp blades and a hungry dog. So much death. If they are to survive, they must decide: are heroes born, or are they made? Or is something more powerful happening to them? And more importantly, how do you survive when all roads lead to... death!
©2009 Ryan C. Thomas (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
This is one of those horror books where you don't want to read what is coming next because you know its going to be bad. And at the same time your turning the page to see what happens.
What makes this story bearable... Thomas is one hell of a good writer. His prose reads like King at his best, except its scary. King is not scary.
After Hissers and now this, Ryan Thomas is up there at the top of my author list. Thomas does best when he's character building. He's just so good. So when the terror hits, your reeling.
spent the entire book just being grossed out. at least give me a break in between gore every so often. have a flashback, maybe a little character progression. I was literally rolling my eyes by the end.
This is definitely not for everyone. Extreme horror and it earns the title. If you like Edward Lee you'll like Ryan C Thomas. Just don't eat first..!
Puts you right in the scenes with the characters. I actually gagged and almost threw up a couple times from the gruesome pictures Ryan C. Thomas painted!! It was AWESOME!!!
I listened to it while driving on tour through the Rockies and Utah. It kept me awake and aware the whole time. Do admit however, at night I found myself very nervous on the dark roads.
Gore, gore, gore, oh...more gore. Great story!
Draculas by Blake Crouch and others.
So Much Blood
Narrator was very dull and monotone. Sounded like a person who makes movie trailers.
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