Snuff by Eric Enck [E–pub/E–book]

  • Paperback
  • 188
  • Snuff by Eric Enck
  • Eric Enck
  • English
  • 11 October 2020
  • 9780979988462

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Read & Download Snuff by Eric Enck Eric Enck Ì 5 Read & Download Read & Download Snuff by Eric Enck ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The money is rolling in despite the death count Both men begin a vicious killing spree in their films as and people are demanding the best in bloody pornWhen the mafia becomes involved things couldn't be better until one of the victims turns out to have a father dis. Possibly the most brutal book I ve ever read I have to give this credit at coming up with some sick as fuck shit that I have never thought of and at times making me feel slightly uncomfortable My mind wanders sometimes into dark places and comes up with ways to torture and kill people in a horror movie way not in an actual way and usually my imagination is brutal than anything I see in movies or read but here the two authors make my thoughts seem pedestrian and tame although to be fair to my own imagination it doesn t dwell in the places of violent rape and sexual assaults If you like things super violent then this book is probably for you ButThere are some problems The first is that the book is in some serious need of editing both in it s content and in it s formatting It s lame to say but there is something lost when you have to re read a simple sentence a few times because it just doesn t make any sense I know I m the pot calling the kettle black here since I never edit anything of my reviews but these are reviews for a silly website not a published book The editing thing could have been simply fixed because it s all minor stuff but it s the kind of thing that irks me The formatting really needed to be worked on though Some paragraphs aren t indented sometimes this makes it difficult to know what s going on with who is speaking Sometime chapters are also annoyingly justified where a short sentence ends up looking like this That is one of my huge pet peeves of self published books and zines There is also a huge difference between the two writers and I m guessing that they each wrote different parts of the book The book is broken up into six parts and sometimes the parts of the book have what feel like continuity problems with the part that came before sometimes not though But it is pretty clear that one of the writers is a proficient writer but who gets caught up in the psychology of the main character a bit too much while the other writer is much sloppier but has the really sick and twisted imagination This isn t a criticism really just an observation My big criticism for the book though is that the description of the book on the back cover be changed You wrote in a pretty ironic and fun little twist into the book why all but give it away on the back blurb I almost hate to say it but this book is a lot of fun and makes things like the Maruise de Sade and Clockwork Orange seem almost Victorian Ritual Power Healing and Community you like things super violent then this book is probably for Racso and the Rats of NIMH you ButThere are some problems The first is that the book is in some serious need of editing both in it s content and in it s formatting It s lame to say but there is something lost when Of Water and the Spirit: Ritual, Magic and Initiation in the Life of an African Shaman (Compass) you have to re read a simple sentence a few times because it just doesn t make any sense I know I m the pot calling the kettle black here since I never edit anything of my reviews but these are reviews for a silly website not a published book The editing thing could have been simply fixed because it s all minor stuff but it s the kind of thing that irks me The formatting really needed to be worked on though Some paragraphs aren t indented sometimes this makes it difficult to know what s going on with who is speaking Sometime chapters are also annoyingly justified where a short sentence ends up looking like this That is one of my huge pet peeves of self published books and zines There is also a huge difference between the two writers and I m guessing that they each wrote different parts of the book The book is broken up into six parts and sometimes the parts of the book have what feel like continuity problems with the part that came before sometimes not though But it is pretty clear that one of the writers is a proficient writer but who gets caught up in the psychology of the main character a bit too much while the other writer is much sloppier but has the really sick and twisted imagination This isn t a criticism really just an observation My big criticism for the book though is that the description of the book on the back cover be changed You wrote in a pretty ironic and fun little twist into the book why all but give it away on the back blurb I almost hate to say it but this book is a lot of fun and makes things like the Maruise de Sade and Clockwork Orange seem almost Victorian

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Read & Download Snuff by Eric Enck Eric Enck Ì 5 Read & Download Read & Download Snuff by Eric Enck ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Turbing than any killer out there Soon the tables are turned on the filmakers as a dangerous game of cat and mouse ensues This is a brutal novel It's already being called one of the most disturbing efforts is literature and is being advised to come with a WARNING lab. Sick shit I love this stuff