Scapegoat

Narrated by: Jason Hill
Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
5 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

March 29, 1987.... 

For metalheads Mike Rawson, Lonnie Deveroux, and Pork Chop, an RV road trip to Wrestlemania III becomes a one-way ticket to hell. While delivering an illegal shipment of counterfeit wrestling merchandise, an ill-fated shortcut through the Kentucky backwoods leads them to a teenaged girl carved head to toe in arcane symbols. 

Soon our unlikely heroes are being hunted through the boonies by a cult of religious crazies who make the Westboro Baptists look like choirboys…a cult that will stop at nothing to get the girl back and complete a ritual that has held an ancient evil at bay for centuries… Until now. 

©2018 Adam Howe (P)2020 Adam Howe

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Creepy, Gory, and FUNNY

I purchased “Scapegoat” after Jason Hill promoted it on his podcast, “Horror Hill.”
I’m so glad I did. It’s a great story with over the top characters that Jason Hill absolutely brings to life through his narration. It has just the right mix of horror, gore, and humor. I didn’t want it to end! Readers who enjoy character driven stories will probably love it.

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Ten Stars!

Great book all around. Howe's horror is so richly seasoned with just the right amounts of humor, camp, sleaze, nostalgia, and good, dense prose, it truly sets him apart from his peers. I've read/listened to quite a few books in this genre, and you could easily pick out the Howe in a double-blind placebo study. Along with the narrator, who's a truly top-shelf performer, this amounts to a sure-thing proposition. Put this in your shelf next to your favorite Konrath. Highly recommended!

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Great Narration!!!

Love Horror Hill podcast where I learned and heard a clip of this story.. Great story if you love horror, Syfy and the right amount of comedy!

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Love Jason Hill

Literally binged it. Loved it. Highly recommended.Worth the price. The authors should be hardily praised.

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Heavy Metal Horror Road Trip

SCAPEGOAT is the story of old high school buddies getting together for one final party road trip in the year 1987. They load up a RV (It is NOT a camper!) and head off to the Pontiac Silverdome to attend Wrestlemania III. On the drive they run into a traffic jam on the freeway due to a car accident and decide to take a detour. Taking a detour in a horror novel is never a good thing and it is not a good thing for the characters in SCAPEGOAT.

SCAPEGOAT is a funny and extreme horror story that is a total blast.