Brutality

Brutality WARNING Brutality is an EXTREME horror tale Please do not purchase this book if you are easily shocked disgusted or offended There is a deep hidden sickness that affects everyone born in the blighte

  • Title: Brutality
  • Author: Ian Woodhead
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • WARNING Brutality is an EXTREME horror tale Please do not purchase this book if you are easily shocked, disgusted or offended There is a deep, hidden sickness that affects everyone born in the blighted town of Brutality This evil, this urge to hurt, to torment to kill, is hidden behind a thin veil of normality, only to be unleashed behind closed doors A few of the pWARNING Brutality is an EXTREME horror tale Please do not purchase this book if you are easily shocked, disgusted or offended There is a deep, hidden sickness that affects everyone born in the blighted town of Brutality This evil, this urge to hurt, to torment to kill, is hidden behind a thin veil of normality, only to be unleashed behind closed doors A few of the people who moved there sense that there s something very wrong with this bleak town, but nothing in their imagination could prepare them for the real truth When a stranger unlocks the town s dark secret, both visitors and the recent inhabitants now find themselves fighting to stay alive as an orgy of violence, mayhem and murder is unleashed in Brutality A less intense version of this story was previously published under the title of Rags and Bones.

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    1 thought on “Brutality”

    1. I enjoyed this story a lot. With a name like "Brutality" I was expecting the normal mindless violence (which is good, I like that) but this story was far more in depth. brutality is the name of the town and its residents are different from other people. Each one has its own dark streak.This leads on to a very in depth and dark story. The only reason I gave this four stars and not five is because I felt like it could have gone further. Ian Woodhead has created a very unique universe with this sto [...]

    2. Staggeringly BrutalThis book lives up to its title and then some. A high voltage horror experience awaits within the pages of BRUTALITY. Ian Woodhead expertly crafts vile passages for your reading pleasure (or discomfort). Consider keeping a light (or two) on while and perhaps even after you read this!

    3. I bought this book on a whim, mostly because it showed up in my "recommended" list and I was bored. I was very pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it!The story is fast paced and full of tension, surprises, and brutal horror. The characters are well developed. The ending was a shocker.Brutality is a great read!

    4. I've been wanting to read some Ian Woodhead for awhile now just not sure where to start. He has a bunch of books with a lot of varied ratings and I just simply didn't want my first piece of Woodhead to end up of leaving a sour taste in myyy.oouthoh, there is a joke in there somewheremAnyway, so after asking a few facebook friends who's opinions I trust, I settled on this, Brutality. WOW, thanks guys!!! This was one FANTASTIC read and a perfect stepping stool to The Library of Woodhead. I am comp [...]

    5. The small isolated town of Brutality was born with a sickness; a deep rooted sickness that has now been unleashed. Destruction, depravity, and madness will run rampant through the town’s street. Those not born of the town had better run for they are the targets of the towns demented rage, rape, murder, and other vile acts I dare not mention—basically because I don’t want to ruin it for those who haven't read it yet. However, a few will find out that the sickness inhabiting those born in th [...]

    6. OkI really liked horror movies and books but this one just didn't keep my attention. There were many gory parts and people that were messed up in the head but it all felt repetitious. About two thirds through I had to start skimming it so I could see how it ended otherwise I wouldn't have made it through. The best part was the ending. That hint at another story is likely the story I would like more than this book.

    7. Wow.What can I say this was a book I was kinda bored with in beginning but stuck with and I'm glad I did the ending was a wtf moment well played Mr woodhead well played. I recommend for all fans of modern horror

    8. Not badIt jumped around quite about and it was easy to get confused but overall it was a pretty good read. Fast paced and keeps you turning the pages

    9. Pretty good readI didn't really like the ending, but I enjoyed the journey getting there. Very good story, nice intertwining of the characters.

    10. Good StoryThis book is far from depraved. I have read much, much worse. But it is unique and a good read. Not 5 stars because there are a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes.

    11. TwiiissstttA little slow starting off but it picks up after a while. I did notice quite a few grammar goofs.

    12. the idea and essence of the book were good but I don't think it's delivery lived up to expectations although I did like the twist at the end

    13. Edward Lee has ruined me because for "EXTREME horror" this was child's play. The writing also never really drew me into the story and I felt bored throughout.

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