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Seep By J. Eric Laing,

  • Title: Seep
  • Author: J. Eric Laing
  • ISBN: 9781475009798
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inexplicable psychosis consumes a small town of isolationists, carving out a body littered, blood splattered journey into madness Seep, a gruesome reminder of the fatal nature of life Spring, 1927 Without warning, without reason, insanity descends like a cloud of locusts on a small town in the American Southwest Neighbor turns upon neighbor and family members on onInexplicable psychosis consumes a small town of isolationists, carving out a body littered, blood splattered journey into madness Seep, a gruesome reminder of the fatal nature of life Spring, 1927 Without warning, without reason, insanity descends like a cloud of locusts on a small town in the American Southwest Neighbor turns upon neighbor and family members on one another The few who are not afflicted battle for their lives as the stain of madness spreads unchecked Soon, bodies litter the dusty streets and the small town burns Salvation, it would seem, is only for the dead Inspired by the true events that struck the village of Pont Saint Esprit, France, over the summer of 1951, when a bizarre and fast spreading madness suddenly affected hundreds, concluding in seven deaths and leaving fifty interned to asylums.
    Seep Inexplicable psychosis consumes a small town of isolationists carving out a body littered blood splattered journey into madness Seep a gruesome reminder of the fatal nature of life Spring Wit

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    1. I have to say that when I took this trip I was hoping for a twisted, macabre, and gruesome story and I was not disappointed Madness, especially quick striking unexplained madness, is an intriguing premise The fact that Laing took a true historical aberration and moved it to another country in a different place and time made this story even fascinating I am a huge fan of historical fiction as it is, but this mixed two of my favorite genres by blending an environment and characters from another p [...]

    2. I ve been dying to get my grubby little hands on Seep for a good while now.Two nights ago, I sat down with my Kindle and started reading I was immediately dragged into a 1920 s America that was so realistic, I felt I was right there.Thing is, I really did not want to be in the small town where Seep was set One reviewer has said Seep is relentless I agree The pace of this novel is something else There is never a respite to catch your breath For sure, this would make when hell of a movie.The chara [...]

    3. I have to say that when I took this trip I was hoping for a twisted, macabre, and gruesome story and I was not disappointed Madness, especially quick striking unexplained madness, is an intriguing premise The fact that Laing took a true historical aberration and moved it to another country in a different place and time, made this story even fascinating I am a huge fan of historical fiction as it is, but this mixed two of my favorite genres by blending an environment and characters from another [...]

    4. What are we reading Seep, by J Eric LaingGive me the short version Isolated pioneer town goes inexplicably off the deep endSomething I liked right away about Seep were the number of aged protagonists Recent literature often supposes that excitement only strikes within a magic age bracket usually the most hormonal one , and given the age distribution of humanity this clearly can t be the case.Especial kudos goes to how various characters are introduced Disaster scenario stories often try to crank [...]

    5. A great voice of horror.Laing s Western horror novel reads like a Sam Elliot narration It s a long story that brings a small town of dirt roads and plank walks and one saloon into insanity He slowly introduces the town s characters and their descent into vague, bizarre behavior, frequently giving the reader a first person look through confused intentions and unexplained actions that they re not always aware of Further, he pins the cause of madness on something quite possible His scenes are rich [...]

    6. I kept reading this book, and to be honest, I didn t know why It wasn t the most engrossing story ever, or even the most original, but I couldn t put it down Probably won t read it again, but it was entertaining.

    7. This is a well written Western horror blend I ve followed the author for a number of years, so I know how talented he is As far as I understand it, this was his first novel, and if it is already this good, it makes me look forward to the rest of his books that much .

    8. This is a very macabre Western The bizarreness of it really appealed to me It is a bit gruesome, however.

    9. The rapid fire back and forth style between this characters made this book a little difficult to follow, so I had to mark it down Still, it was a nice horror read, twisted and unpredictable.

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