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Exit Wounds Kindle Edition
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The characters are introduced and explored as the book develops, compelling the reader to turn the page. As always Shaun descrbes horror in a way that leaves little to the imagination, not unlike 'Assassin' in this respect.
I read this book in a weekend, what a ride. The film of the same name is an insult.
Read this book and hold tight to your stomach for an amazing ending.
I don't want to give away too much of the plot that, although simple, contains some surprising twists. To me, the most important thing concerning Shaun's latest urban thriller is this: after having read newer novels like "Knife Edge" or "Stolen Angels" it came to my mind that Shaun might have lost some of his former aggressive style in writing, because they were presentable to a wider audience in terms of a massive decrease in exploding violence. With the release of "Exit Wounds" he undoubtedly returned to the style of the old days. The book that can be compared to his masterpiece "Deadhead" without being a simple copy of it, that surpasses even "White Ghost" in terms of bloody shoot-outs, cannot be put aside. The concluding 150 pages belong to the best stuff Shaun has ever written. All the readers who like the Peckinpah-movies as much as the author does will find more hints at Shaun's favourite film "The Wild Bunch" than in any other of his works. A line out of a song of one of Shaun's favourite bands describes the book best: "highly polished metal, the oil makes it gleam, fill the terror chamber, your mind begins to scream".
Overall, although not Hutson's best book, it's up there with them, excellent read.
Very addictive writer very addictive horror!
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