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review 2017-01-18 00:00
Savage - Richard Laymon From one of the all-time horror greats, comes Savage - a historical fiction / adventure / thriller / western. Huh? Not at all what I expected. And that wasn't a bad thing at all, just a different vibe from the usual Laymon bloodbath. Don’t worry, it still had the appropriate amounts of shredded flesh. There were also some great characterizations and plenty of serial killer tracking hijinks and general mayhem which made it read much faster than its 430+ pages. I do loves me some Laymon.
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review 2016-10-29 00:00
Night in the Lonesome October
Night in the Lonesome October - Richard Laymon Poor ole heartbroken Ed. Out night wandering in the small college town of Wilmington. May want to rethink the whole midnight strolling thang. You don’t want to be out after dark in this town with all the night loonies and trolls. You just may get “the works”. And you do not want that. Trust me.

Some authors have a certain ease about their writing and their stories seem to float along with little effort. Laymon is like that. Dark, creepy, atmospheric. I wasn’t sure where this one was going, but it wasn’t about the destination, it was about the journey. 4 Stars and Highly Recommended.
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text 2016-07-19 21:18
Island - Dean Koontz,Richard Laymon

Thank you Marco for the rec!

this was so seriously fucked I can't even!

 I liked the pacing, the creepiness, the not knowing.

 I didn't care for the characters, though I was warned they weren't likable. I did like how the story unfolded as far as the journal entries and such.


 I was feeling it until I got to about page 450-then it took a turn that turned my stomach pretty good.


will read more from this author and I'm taking Julie with me!

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text 2016-07-14 00:18
Island - Dean Koontz,Richard Laymon

Cuz My Marco said so


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review 2016-05-17 00:00
Come Out Tonight
Come Out Tonight - Richard Laymon Old, dried up, cracked rubber. Come on dude. Get your sh*t together. You need that rubber, man. Like, bad. Like, right now. Thank God for the Spee-D-Mart down the street. 10 minutes. Tops. Then you and Sherry can bump uglies until the sun comes up. That is if you can make it home from the store at all.

Definitely Laymon. Lots of crazy going on. Lots of nasty situations. And yes, lots of the signature Laymon nipples. Pink, bruised, pinched, swollen, sliced, bit, etc. There all here. Excellent.

I not sure how to rate this one. It was good. Nothing spectacular, but enough going on to keep me interested throughout. Mindless fun and senseless violence. Who doesn’t like that? 3+ Stars!
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