Friday Night in Beast House Paperback – 4 Oct 2007
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FRIDAY NIGHT IN BEAST HOUSE, is the final nightmare in the BEAST HOUSE CHRONICLES - a nightmare in which your worst fears and darkest desires collide...
About the Author
Richard Laymon was born in Chicago in 1947 and grew up in California. Four of his books have been shortlisted for the Bram Stoker Award, which he won in 2001 with THE TRAVELLING VAMPIRE SHOW. He died in February 2001.
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The other books were fantastic but this lacked a good story line. Its basic story is about Mark and Alison the two main characters and virtually the only two characters in the book. Mark has to earn a date with Alison by getting her into the Beast House after hours. It has a very slow start and sadly doesn't get much better. Unless you are like me a serious Laymon fan and whatever happens you will buy the book regardless for your collection then I wouldnt really say this is a fantastic read. Its very slow and I felt that by the time I had got to the end of the book I hadnt really read a horror story at all. At least not one of Richard's books.
The story starts when Mark, who would really like to go with Alison, actually gets the chance. There is a catch though, Mark must be able to get her into Beast House after dark, and then they can have their date. So in fact most of this story is concerned with Mark managing to sneak into the building and then trying to stay hidden until the place has closed.
What you feel like once you have read this is that you haven’t really read a horror tale, but an erotic novel, as there is so much thoughts of nudity, and then some sex. So if you are a teen boy you will probably lap this up, but for us who are older and looking for something scary and full of suspense and tension, this fails to deliver.
Wait! There is horror after all... an horrific and senseless story that any horror fan should avoid (especially if you're older than 12). Wont be reading Laymon anytime soon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the beast house books, I feel I know the place thru his descriptions. Would love to visit such a place.Published 20 months ago by Mark Stowell
Not as good as the original trilogy. Style and content was on point, but the substance was lacking in my opinionPublished on 18 Feb. 2013 by Dan Ooops!
Wasn't as good as the first 3, but I did enjoy it. Would like to see this done as a film. It would be goodPublished on 24 Nov. 2012 by emma hughes
A friend gave me the book The Cellar and I loved it. I bought the Complete Beast House Chronicles for my Kindle and have read them one after the other. Read morePublished on 26 Sept. 2012 by NBF
a bit too short an abrupt ending not worth price or time to read 2 hours max
not missing anything if not read
general poor plot/experience
A++++++++++++++++++++ for a very fast delivery and a great book, will definatly be shopping with you againPublished on 19 Jan. 2010 by Teresa P. Shipp
like most reviewers im a big fan of all things laymon, but this book(or booklet..its thats short)just does'nt read like a laymon book ,plot seems daft,the charaters are... Read morePublished on 13 Jan. 2010 by rickyb
The story reads like any other Richard Laymon novel but suffers from being far too short. The bulk of the book is about the main character sneaking his way around the beast house... Read morePublished on 24 July 2008 by N Thompson