Offspring: The Sequel to Off Season
Jack KetchumÃ‚Â’s original novel of cannibalism in Maine, Off Season, was first met with a lot of controversy when it was originally released in 1980. However sales of over 250,000 mass market editions made this first time novelist a major force in the horror and suspense genres. Now OFFSPRING,... show more
Jack KetchumÃ‚Â’s original novel of cannibalism in Maine, Off Season, was first met with a lot of controversy when it was originally released in 1980. However sales of over 250,000 mass market editions made this first time novelist a major force in the horror and suspense genres. Now OFFSPRING, the sequel to Off Season, has been released in this unique edition. Just when you thought the horror of Off Season was vanquished in their first outing, The Family, lives on... years later continuing to terrorize the coast of Maine. And their zest for life, and yours, continues on in The Family tradition. THE LEGEND LIVES ON! The local sheriff of Dead River, Maine, thought he'd killed them off ten years ago... a primitive, cave-dwelling tribe of predatory savages. But somehow, the clan survived. To breed. To hunt. To kill and eat. Now the peaceful residents, who came to Dead River to escape civilization, are fighting for their lives.... THIS EDITION INCLUDES: Back to the Stew Pot, an Afterword, by Jack Ketchum.
Publish date: October 3rd 2006
Publisher: Overlook Connection Press
Pages no: 248
Edition language: English
Series: Dead River Series
I listened to this one on audio and it was f*cking great. Jack Ketchum is a twisted dude. And a hell of a writer to pull off these brutal tales with such skill. Or maybe I am just as twisted as he is for liking them so much. It has been 11 years since the Sheriff had wiped out the family of cannibal...
Reseña en español en mi blog: Click AquíAfter finishing [b:Off Season|179734|Off Season (Dead River, #1)|Jack Ketchum|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1321733068s/179734.jpg|584847] I felt sick, disgusted, disturbed and amused at the same time. It was a book that really impressed me not only because of...
We all have books that we know we shouldn't love as much as we do. Some of these novels we should actually hate, downright loathe because of their subject matter and immoral ideals, but we don't. We aren't turned on by the debauchery, but we aren't turned away either. In fact, we wish we could delve...
Four and a half stars. Almost as good as the original.I am always leery of sequels. There seems to be two types of sequel writers. Those who are in it for the money. "Shake that moneymaker! Keep them wanting more". Then there is the reluctant writer who is nagged by his publisher to write a sequel t...