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  • Paperback: 292 pages
  • Publisher: Deadite Press (17 Sep 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1936383918
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936383917
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.5 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,269,815 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PianoNut on 9 Sep 2014
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***Contains spoilers***
This is an ok read that starts well but soon degenerates into the good guys beating the incompetent baddies.
The first half is pretty good as the ruthless snuff merchants are portrayed but after Lisa's escape it becomes tiresome, with endless scenes of Lisa crying, then Brad crying, then Lisa and Brad crying together. Then it's back to Lisa crying etc
The author has a clunky way of filling in the back story of several characters, with them taking time out from torturing people to sit down and explain their background. It's so badly done that you are taken out of the story when it happens, real Basil Exposition stuff.
For a story about snuff movies it is all suprisingly tame, the writer shys away from describing how several characters met their demise, just some vague descriptions on how brutal it was. If your after hardcore gore then look elsewhere.
Then we have the baddies acting like idiots in the end sections of the story. The elderly assasin kills the security guards but decides to leave Brad alive and tied up so he can raise the alarm later. Why he is left alive is not explained.
Why Tom and Animal untie Lisa before killing her makes no sense and it's completely unbelievable that she could kill 2 big men single handed. What Tom is doing whilst Animal is getting his behind kicked by a skinny girl is anyone's guess.Why weren't they armed? And given the fact Lisa had slipped past Animal on a previous occasion why would they be so flippant the second time, especially as a screwup was a certain death sentence.
Just lazy plotting and then a cheesy ending with more gushing tears.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By RT Twinem on 17 Sep 2013
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Not a bad little read if you like your horror more of the visceral variety. Lisa Miller is kidnapped by some thoroughly nasty "snuff" movie buffs and they are planning to have her as the next star attraction!, but she manages to escape...and rather unfortunately (now this is really bad luck) is kidnapped again by the same nasties! Personally I don't really enjoy graphic horror, and am more a fan of the soul searching depressive yet highly emotive writings of Greg f Gifune, Kealan Patrick Burke, and Gary McMahon (hurrah for the British!) to name but a few current dark fiction authors. Having said that Survivor is a fun "no-brainer" easy little read (albeit a little gory in parts)My favourite character is Mabel Schneider, a little old lady of 80 something who enjoys the "snuff movie" scene (will it's a hobby and it keeps her active:) and has a penchant for eating human eyes...lighly boiled with a little salt....everyone to their own taste...and that may give you and idea of the direction this book takes. It's fun but equally forgettable read with a thoughtful ending, which I will not disclose, but fits in nicely with the general theme of the book.
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Firstly I love the cover but it has nothing to do with this book, so not sure why the author decided to update it to this.

My first foray into hardcore and I was not overly impressed with the story line or the amount of grossness, I was pleased the author stayed away from animals (although there is one very brief paragraph) however, there are multiple rape scenes, tortures, mutilations, the making of snuff films, mentions of child pornography, bestiality, bondage, some cannibalism, so enough gore and splatter that this should be a fantastic read.

The whole “Hitcher” style kidnap at the beginning is well done, up until the police are involved; “Desperation” by SK crept into my mind with the no emotion cop (who later becomes an emotional wreck?!) and the whole being put in jail on a Friday afternoon and not being allowed out until Monday morning seems a little odd and convenient – can’t two high profile lawyers call in a few favours! It’s only a traffic offence not mass murder, yet.

After an explosive and riveting start; I was lulled in to an exquisite sensation of skin crawl and then suddenly slapped with a big yuck.

The main character, Lisa, is kidnapped, chained up and told she is the star of a hardcore S&M snuff film; well if that does not make your skin crawl then having her watch the would be rescuer suffer the torture, rape and mental breakdown that has been promised as “bonus content” should be enough to scare the pants off you.

However, I found the most disgusting part of the book to be the suggestion that Lisa blurted out to save her own skin but this was badly set up at the beginning of the book and then the deaths which could have been a pivotal mind twist were glossed over IMO.
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By Luke130691 on 18 Aug 2013
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This is eye opening, you know stuff goes on like this - but the way J.F. Gonzalez puts you right in the middle of it all with the smells, the sounds - disturbingly amazing read.
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