I read 50 pages and gave up. Dude if I wanted to read about people aimlessly wandering around running into weirdos with large heads – i’d read the Hobbit again. I was so super dissappointed, and I do realise it’s folklore – but the author has written such awesome stories that I had not expeced to be bored to tears. Win some lose some, I suppose.
Don’t bother reading it if you aren’t into slow burn weirdness.
This was so freaking awesome – well if you ignore the last story which I ended up skimming, but hey each to our own, someone might find that story interesting, it is however not me. But as usually the author does not dissappoint. It is a super gritty collection, and you should be ready for some very uncomfortable and uncompromising stories if you pick this up.
Not as good as the first, but not as bad as the second – the third installment is a solid story, and I love the fact that we get to learn more about the authors mental state, and get to question our honestly very unreliable narrator. I am a fan!
While this in my opinion is the weakest of the 3 available books in the series, it is still very enjoyable for the same reasons as the first. I would absolutely recommend that you read this book series.
Alright so here is a long overdue update or something. So I have absolutely consumed more horror than I have produced for a loooooooooooong while. I have a couple of unfinished things that I hope to finish soon, but truth is that I have been so hung up in RL that it has simply not been realistic to find time to write or keep up with a blog. Dude I have barely been able to make dinner.
Things have changed, and I hope that I will be able to find the time, I really want to, but as you know I just haven’t done it.
I will not be making more youtube videos, it was fun and all, but I’m over it.
Also can I just mention how fucking sick I am of youtube and Codan’s twist, which leaves me with like a tenth of videos on youtube, almost everything is blocked in my country. Luckily not creepypasta narrations, and thank fuck for that.
Walls have ears. Doors have eyes. Trees have voices. Beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man You think you know. quote – Catherine Fisher
I see most people give this more stars than me, and it might have been one of the reasons why I bought it – I mean the bunch of 4 star reveiws, but I was bored to TEARS. I had to give up halfway, and never got around to finish it, and I guess it’s a personal preference thing, it is not the quality.
honestly not my jam, but I still found that I was entertained. So my expectations was high in regards to the author, but the premise not so much. Glad that Bloodworth pulled it off. I got this for free on Amazon, and you can’t really argue with that price, I might have been more critical had I paid money for it.
I think the third installment in this series is just as strong as the second, but not as good as the first. Really there is nothing much to say about it besides it being a strong collection of short horror stories, and in that aspect very run of the mill. However the author has a knack for writing some super disturbing psychological stuff, and that is absolutely my jam. This is not for everyone, but I absolutely love the series.
Best thing I read all year. It’s easy to read, easy to follow – funny and enjoyable, it has just enough bizarre mystery and hints of contemporary horror to keep someone like me interested. So if you are going to read 1 book this year, let it be this one.
PS: I swear this review is not seen in the light of all the shit books I have been wasting my precious time with lately.
You can read the original blog here https://www.gasstationjack.com/ and you can listen to this book as an audio book, narrated by the talented MrCreepyPasta