D.O.A.: Extreme Horror Anthology

Large anthologies usually have a hard time maintaining the same quality throughout However, when it comes to the 28 tales in Blood Bound Books D.O.A Extreme Horror Anthology, the fast paced prose is always there and the gore, sex and violence are almost always unrelenting and intense Horrorphilia This book took 5th place in Preditors Editors Poll for best a Large anthologies usually have a hard time maintaining the same quality throughout However, when it comes to the 28 tales in Blood Bound Books D.O.A Extreme Horror Anthology, the fast paced prose is always there and the gore, sex and violence are almost always unrelenting and intense Horrorphilia This book took 5th place in Preditors Editors Poll for best antholoy of 2011 and takes horror to an extreme you ve never read before Author Kenneth Yu will introduce you to a disturbing interest that two men in the Philippines share, while Edward R Rosick reveals the true location of the soul Readers will journey from plague ridden ships off England s coast to the viscous barrios of Mexico But remember, this book is not for the easily sickened or offended You ve been warned.
D O A Extreme Horror Anthology Large anthologies usually have a hard time maintaining the same quality throughout However when it comes to the tales in Blood Bound Books D O A Extreme Horror Anthology the fast paced prose is a

  • Title: D.O.A.: Extreme Horror Anthology
  • Author: David C. Hayes Jack Burton CraigSaunders
  • ISBN: 9780984540839
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “D.O.A.: Extreme Horror Anthology”

    1. Note: Since this is an anthology, I’ve commented on and rated each story individually, and then I rated the book overall.Cherry Clubbing by Kenneth Yu: A couple of like-minded (twisted) men have a chance meeting in a foreign country where their “appetites” can be satisfied. They have a drink while the MC shares a tale of one of their own being careless, and then offers his “friend” some “safe” activity to enhance his business trip.This story shows a dark side of humanity in a “re [...]

    2. There was only one story that I didn't like in this entire collection, and several stories that weren't very extreme but still decently written. The last half of the book or so really turned up the heat and there were some truly disturbing and highly entertaining stories. Overall, very nice anthology.

    3. It's been awhile since I had been into an anthology (probably one of Mr. King's), but still enjoy the short story format. There were a few pearls here, most notably "In the Make-Out Room" and "The Boogeyman's Key". A shout-out to Rebecca Besser and her review of this collection. It helped me to avert a nasty story I'm sure I wouldn't have liked.

    4. Short story anthologies need to have stories that pack a powerful punch for me to enjoy them - I don't enjoy reading just to kill time. Many of these had me almost at the point of falling asleep as there is very little real substance to them. If you're going to write extreme horror then write it to make a reader cringe, not to hope that the reader raises an eyebrow now and then. Relating to extreme horror the old Pan Horror anthology books left a lot of these stories cold with their content - so [...]

    5. **Warning- Only for the seriously depraved and disturbed of heart.** Man alive. This has to be the most disgusting, disturbing and demented book I have ever laid my hands on. I loved it and plan on one clicking book two as soon as I am done here ! lol What can I say, I'll forever and always be a horror girl. You know how some books throw words like "extreme" in either the title or the blurb, and you can't help but roll your eyes a little because, how unoriginal? More fool I am for not taking it [...]

    6. This was probably one of the best collections/anthologies that I have read of horror or splatterpunk. I think I will have to go through and fine a few new authors to read.

    7. Quite extremeThe title says it all. This is a collection of unpredictable gruesome horrific tales. Not for the faint hearted and quite disturbing. The writers were creative and the plots diverse, without deviating from the main theme. You have been warned. For hardcore horror fans, read it if you dare.

    8. D.O.A.: Extreme Horror Anthology, is not for those with weak stomachs or those easily offended. Thankfully I have no problem with either.On the whole, there are a number of excellent short stories in this collection, and some not worth your effort. A number deal with extreme gore/sex/violence, while a few actually make you think.This is the first of this type of anthology I have read, and I am still not sure whether I will read more. Time will tell.

    9. OutstandingEvery short story was awesome. I was intrigued by each one. Most stories were unique but well written. Starting part 2 now.

    10. I'm not just reading this because I'm in here. There are a lot of good stories by other authors in this collection.

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