The Devil took her
Fear, uncertainty and gruesome tales that will give you nightmares,chills and staying in a lighted room or maybe hiding under the covers. Make sure you keep the lights on after reading this book and realizing that author Michael Botur writes graphically, odd, bizarre and unexpected tales that will take you inside the minds , places and visiting the unspeakable, the horrific and terrifying places and people you’d much rather hide from or avoid.
Meet the woman who starts it off who finds herself trapped in a coal cellar in order to live would you chance allowing part of you to die?
Club one hundred was one of my favorites as it focuses on a challenge, dare and it gives Daniel Kraus where he and one other challenge each other to see who will have 100 women. You figure out the rest, why, and who wins. The story brings you up close with Manu the man behind Club one hundred and the women involved plus men who challenge him. The title story is explosion the form of a journal written by a girl named Melanie. A serial killer, his haunts, who he stalks and weird attacks and who he targets. The language is graphic, vulgar and harsh, and so vividly described you often wonder if the events are true, false, plain horror or meant to terrify the reader. Could these events happen? Are these true horror, fictionalized horror or the imagination of a writer who takes chances, writes out of the box, tales that seem real, possible and might actually happen.
The journal in the title story is chilling and explains the attacks, where they were and the timeframe. Read May 8 th when the writer states she asked someone to press a knife against her throat . Will they find this person? Read page 124 and make sure the lights are on.
Nothing like a woman’s scorn and revenge in I Came to Say Sorry. Popular boys often get the girls but what happens when a shy exchange student named Kristina meets a hot guy and they get along until he dumps her. Told in his own words and blindsided because her parents are powerful and rich where does he wind up and what you’ll read and visualize is horrible. Confined and tortured and terrifying this story filled with pain, chills, pills , ankle bracelet and more. I came to say I’m sorry: nothing is as awful as a woman’s revenge.
Each story so horrifying I read them one at a time and had to often read the graphic parts in small does. The Devil Got Her: a must read for the unscarred, brave and fearless.
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