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Meat - Joseph D'Lacey, Stephan Glietsch
Meat
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783453433724 (3453433726)
ASIN: 3453433726
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
Pages no: 447
Edition language: Deutsch
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runner
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2.0 Meat best avoided!
This is an unusual novel and may well result in the reader abstaining from meat products upon completion. The horror in the book comes from the descriptions and events that occur in MMP (Magnus Meat Packaging) Richard Shanti “the ice pick” is a stunman and it is his job to fire a bolt gun into the...
Bark's Book Nonsense
Bark's Book Nonsense rated it
4.5 The Time Machine by H.G. Wells (audiobook) Review
The Time Machine (1960) was one of my favorite movies as a child. I guess I was a weird little girl because I absolutely lived for the days when I could find it on the tv on weekends. For some reason, I never did get around to reading the source material until now. And a big Thank You to SYNC for of...
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos)
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos) rated it
5.0 [REVIEW] Meat by Joseph D'Lacey
Meat by Joseph D'Lacey My rating: 5 of 5 stars Recommended to Kynthos-the-Archer by: Curiosity got the better of me. Recommended for: Die-hard horror fans Read from June 09 to 16, 2014 — I own a copy, read count: 1 5 Stars for this Gloriously Depraved and Shockingly Disturbing Horror Fiction MEAT...
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos)
Morbid Obsession (Kynthos) rated it
5.0 Meat
5 Stars for this Gloriously Depraved and Shockingly Disturbing Horror FictionMEAT was set in a dystopian world where veganism is blasphemous and punishable by gruesome death. Richard Shanti, a top cattle stunning stockman proudly known as 'Ice Pick' was a legendary figure in Abyrne. No one would hav...
Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it
3.0 Meat
Joseph D'Lacey was someone who I decided to read based on the cover blurb by Stephen King. That blurb wasn't on Meat, though (it was on Black Feathers), and as I looked more at the book I bought, I realized that Stephen King thought that D'Lacey rocks due to a different novel, so I decided to read ...
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