Mister B. Gone
Publish date: 2007-10-30
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
A blood drenched gory confection from Clive all based around an atypical demonic protagonist who begs the reader to burn this book.Remember:Paper burns easilyand words know how to wait.
OK, at times it got a little gimmicky and repetitive. (There's only so many times you want to hear a narrator imploring the reader to "burn this book... now!") However, as it went on, it grew on me.The narrator, a very minor demon from a horribly abusive family, keeps sucking you in to sympathise wi...
I found the narrator irritating.
Unabridged and read by Doug Bradley. I had filed this title under hard core horror but the peurile writing seemed geared to the young. (That beginning is BAAAAAD baby, pure badness).So anyway, I adjusted my expectations to the younger reader and got hit with graphic violence - just who is this book ...
I thought this book would be something else. The story's description promised something innovative and new, and what I found instead was nothing more than a pathetic narrative ploy. The narrative itself seems to be the biggest problem with the novel. It's first 18 pages are repetitive and boring,...