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Publisher's Summary

2019 Splatterpunk Award Winner for Best Horror Novella

On the night before Halloween, a Satanic mass is held deep in the woods outside a small American town. Followers of the dark faith are assigned a mission in a message delivered by the devil himself. On Halloween, they must deliver a bounty of pure souls to their dark master. By killing virgins. 

As Halloween begins, so does the all-day horror movie marathon hosted by Count Victor von Gravemore on Channel 39. Many will be watching as real horror invades their lives and screams ring out all over town.

©2018 Bryan Smith (P)2020 Bryan Smith

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Loved it

If you enjoy fast paced extreme horror this is a fun one excellent narration from Sean he always provides high quality production I’m looking forward to more Bryan smith titles on audio I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Great Short Cult Slasher

This definitely feels like a throw back to 80s satanic cult movies and slasher films. The plot line is fairly basic and revolves around one interspaced plot with some independent pieces that tie everything together. Because of this you meet some characters for a very brief time while the main storyline continues to provide the same crew. I felt like this was a plot driven story versus a character driven story and found it lacking in both. Not a bad thing, for such a short story that worked out just fine and I was able to sit back and just enjoy the carnage. As for carnage, there is a lot. Didn’t find it overly graphic but there is a lot of detailed gore as well as your required satanic orgies. It really reminded me of the old late night movies you would watch hosted by a B grade actor. They even pay tribute to this fact throughout the story. Something that I really enjoyed hearing about, especially as Halloween is right around the corner and I have been in nonstop Halloween mode. I wasn’t especially connected to any of the characters except for Seth. He was the only one that I actually was cheering for hoping that he would come out of everything safe. The rest of the characters, save a few, weren’t around long enough to really peak my interest. I did enjoy Cindy Midnight in that she was a great antagonist for the story and was as sexy and evil as you would want from a satanic cult killer. Sean Duregger did a great job with the narration. I loved his character's voices, the cadence he used, and the overall energy he put into the narration. I think he brought the tension to the story where it was needed and made this a delight to listen to. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Gory

I was provided this review audio book in exchange for an honest review. Narration was well done. Pleasant to listen to and emotions were on point. Story was very gory and a lot of sex. I found the plot was not very strong with this one though and mostly centered around the gore and sex. There was some mildly suspenseful elements. It was entertaining.

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Wonderfully Gory

When a group of Satan worshippers are ordered by Satan himself to kill as many pure souls as they can, havoc descends on an unsuspecting town. Plenty of blood and gore with each kill having a unique touch. It was interesting to see who exactly made it all the way through to the end. I was both pleased and surprised to see there were characters who didn’t. This is a great book to listen to if you’re having one of those days where you want to shut the world out. I binged it in one sitting. Narrator had an even pace and good pronunciation that went well with the story. It was easy to tell shifts in characters. This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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Second go around

I read the ebook edition for this when it first came out a couple of years ago, and found it pretty fun and gruesome. When offered the chance to listen to it (which is how I consume most books these days), I was reluctant at first, as it was fairly fresh in my mind. I decided to go for it anyway and was delightfully surprised at how fresh, yet familiar, it was the second time. Still the same fun romp through a murderous town, Sean Duregger's narration gave it a fresh pop, with well defined characters (and for a small story, there are a lot of one-off players), and an fast pace that matched the story's frenzied unfolding. I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Halloween Massacre

Satan worshippers are on the warpath to kill all virgins in town on Halloween. Enjoyed the characters of Caitlin and Seth but Sindie and Micah are insane and book contains a lot of violence, gory and sex. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you

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Like reading a grindhouse movie!

This book knows exactly what it is, and goes for it with glee! Ultra violent, sex filled, satanic exploitation, and I loved every second! The narrator does an amazing job at capturing, not only the darker aspects of the story, but also makes sure that you realize just how absurdly funny the entire thing is! Highly recommend!

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Extreme Fast Paced Horror

KILL FOR SATAN! is a quick listen but is full of non stop extreme horror that was entertaining from beginning to end. The narration is top notch, professionally done. Fans of extreme horror will not be disappointed with this one.

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Perfect story for the season

Sometimes it just doesn’t pay to be a good and wholesome person saving yourself for after marriage. Halloween is approaching and the town satanists have been tasked with killing virgins (yes they can see who is a virgin and who isn’t). This crazy and wild romp is a great quick under 5 hour listen. It is well written with enough humor and horror to satisfy fans of the genre. The narrator is the gem On this one though. Sean delivers a great set of characters and embodies the tone set by the author. A real great duo here. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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Sean Duregger and Bryan Smith Match made in Heaven

Sean Duregger hits it out of the park with this performance. Sean truly is a fan of audiobooks. He gets better and better with each title he releases. If you're a fan of Bryan Smith then you already know what you're in store for. With Kill for Satan! Bryan takes us straight into the action. This is a perfect Halloween read. For one day Satan's followers can see who the town Virgins are and must kill them for Satan. This is a balls to wall wild fun ride through town. Each character we meet is that much funnier then the last. Plenty of action and gore and some pretty funny moments as well. Bryan definatly is a fan of horror movies as there are plenty of references through out the novella. Quick listen and definitely worth your credit or money. I can't recommend this title enough. Sean definitely brings this book to life.

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  • 11-24-20

Entertaining sex-fuelled splatterfest

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This was a short, fast-paced gore and sex filled splatterfest set deep in America's small town Bible belt. The story is thin , built on the unlikely premise that a powerful Satanic conspiracy can remain hidden beneath the surface of respectability until called upon by their Master to indulge in an orgy of violence against the town's virgins - and any other type of orgy they care to try along the way. Never did find out why. Did I say that the premise was thin? But so what, it is what it is - a vehicle for juvenile fantasies designed to entertain and titillate, but certainly not educate. I loved it. The only negative for me was the narration by Sean Duregger, which to my ears sounded a bit too metallic. Maybe it was the way it was recorded. Anyway, a minor quibble which didn't spoil the fun too much and this is an audiobook that I am very happy to recommend.

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  • Alan Preece
  • 10-28-20

Great Little Slice of Madness!

I recieved a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. They always say that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, this is what we are always told and most of the time its true; but with Bryan Smiths Kill For Satan! it probably best you do just that. The cover to Kill For Satan! is a nice piece of artwork, it's mostly functional with a good "finish" and doesn't approach the subject in too abstract a fashion. Basically what you see is what you get, and sometimes this is the best approach to something. You can sometimes be too "clever" and produce artwork that misses your key audience and the cover to Kill For Satan! manages to walk the line between these two states of being, its just abstract enough to be interesting but straight forward enough for you to know what you get. See where I'm going with this? Kill For Satan! is not approached as if its rocket science, there's a setup in the first couple of chapters and then we're into it; and by "into it" I mean carnage, a death a chapter - sometimes more - with a side helping of depravity. If you're looking for great depth of character then this may not be the book for you but if you are more interested in a bloodfest with an 80's movie aesthetic, complete with language, sex and violence that would earn disapproving looks from your mother, then this is almost certainly a book you should try out, especially if you prefer your books in an audio format. Sean Dereggers performance of Kill For Satan! is typical of his work. Always on-point and as no nonsense as the book he's presenting, which is the way it should be done. This approach has the benefit of keeping the running time short giving Kill For Satan! the feel of a movie, the kind you have seen many times so merely hearing the soundtrack is enough for you to get all you needed to follow the plot. Kill For Satan! can be summed up in three words... The title itself. A more complex synopsis could read: Satanists invade a small town and... Kill For Satan! In the good old style of a traditional VHS cover tag-line. This one is a good buy for a winters night, its something you can get through in a few hours and have time over for a short story or two and what more could you want for on Halloween night?