- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1280 KB
- Print Length: 251 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1936964252
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Comet Press (3 Nov. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0166WJLGE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 21 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #339,273 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Die Dog Or Eat The Hatchet tells the story of Tilly, a waitress kidnapped at the end of her shift by an escaped psychopath, trussed and bundled into the boot of her own car. She escapes from her prison onto an isolated smallholding owned by a deranged, inbred, cannibal backwoods lunatic. If ever you've dreamed about time travel you will probably do so whilst reading this book, go back to before Tilly starts work and tell her to phone in sick.
These are brilliant, original tales by this unique author and it's unlikely you'll have read anything like it before. Funny, scary, gross and strangely addictive. Buy it now.
The other two stories are rather more somber affairs but who could resist a serial killer match up or a loon who feeds people to his pet alligator.
Well written and hugely entertaining , this is the book that started me on a mad binge of Howe books.
Fortunately, I am not that easily offended and I thoroughly enjoyed the twisted, dark, gory and completely politically incorrect nature of Die Dog Or Eat The Hatchet. There was also a serial killer theme throughout this book, and that certainly drew me in.
Damn Dirty Apes made me laugh so much. I won’t revisit the story as it is summarised nicely in the synopsis above. Out of the three, this was the only story that I had actually figured out the twist but that did not put me off at all. In fact, once I thought I had it sussed, I had to carry on just to be sure as if there is one thing I have learned from reading Adam Howe, it is that I should always expect the unexpected! The characters in this story were matched perfectly to the plot and the Boogaloo Baboon…well that was just class!
Die Dog or Eat The Hatchet was brilliant! The concept itself was cleverly created and written to provide the ultimate nightmare. This had the gore, fear factor and some pretty sick stuff if I am honest. But it would be pretty rubbish if it did not make your skin crawl or the hairs stand up on the back of your neck right!? And the characters…well pure genius in my view. I mean WTF? An escaped mental patient happens upon two equally, if not more deranged twin brothers! Nice!! And poor Tilly, I think I would have had a heart attack in her position. She is strong willed, clever and uses these qualities to try and escape the hell she has found herself in. At this point, this was my favourite story by far.
But then there was Gator Bait. Well Holy Sh*t!, WTF and a bit of you cannot be serious, were just a few of the thoughts going through my mind as I read each page of this story. The twists in this story had me reeling. The characters were so well described, I could picture each of them in my mind…and it was not a pretty picture let me tell you! Loved Gator Bait!!
Once again this author has sucked me into the darkness of his stories and unleashed the twisted, disgusting and stomach churning madness that I come to expect. In fact, I would have been very disappointed if this book was not even more mind-blowing than Black Cat Mojo. And he did not disappoint. Hats off to Mr Howe for creating this magnificent novella of pure horror. I would definitely recommend this to readers of horror and make sure you buckle up as you will be in for the most twisted ride of your life!
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