2021 new arrival What the Hell Did I Just Read: A outlet sale Novel of Cosmic Horror new arrival (John Dies at the End, 3) sale

2021 new arrival What the Hell Did I Just Read: A outlet sale Novel of Cosmic Horror new arrival (John Dies at the End, 3) sale

2021 new arrival What the Hell Did I Just Read: A outlet sale Novel of Cosmic Horror new arrival (John Dies at the End, 3) sale

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John Dies at the End''s "smart take on fear manages to tap into readers'' existential dread on one page, then have them laughing the next" (Publishers Weekly) and This Book is Full of Spiders was "unlike any other book of the genre" (Washington Post).

Now, New York Times bestselling author David Wong is back with What the Hell Did I Just Read, the third installment of this black-humored thriller series.


It''s the story "They" don''t want you to read. Though, to be fair, "They" are probably right about this one. To quote the Bible, "Learning the truth can be like loosening a necktie, only to realize it was the only thing keeping your head attached." No, don''t put the book back on the shelf -- it is now your duty to purchase it to prevent others from reading it. Yes, it works with e-books, too, I don''t have time to explain how.

While investigating a fairly straightforward case of a shape-shifting interdimensional child predator, Dave, John and Amy realized there might actually be something weird going on. Together, they navigate a diabolically convoluted maze of illusions, lies, and their own incompetence in an attempt to uncover a terrible truth they -- like you -- would be better off not knowing.

Your first impulse will be to think that a story this gruesome -- and, to be frank, stupid -- cannot possibly be true. That is precisely the reaction "They" are hoping for.

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Praise for What the Hell Did I Just Read:

"Wong’s wildly mind-bending third installment (after This Book Is Full of Spiders) of the adventures of protagonist David Wong is filled with the humorous horror readers have come to expect.... While the story gleefully wallows in absurdity, thoughtful themes of addiction, perception, and the drive to do the right thing quickly emerge beneath the vivid and convoluted imagery. The plot’s rapid pace holds the reader’s attention to the truly bitter end." ―Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Wong―in reality, Cracked.com executive editor Jason Pargin―burst onto the horror-comedy scene with his phantasmagorical novel John Dies at the End and has been steadily ratcheting up the madness ever since.... A frenetic, welcome return to Dave and John''s grotesque but funny grindhouse nightmare." ―Kirkus Reviews

"Introduced in John Dies at the End and last seen in This Book Is Full of Spiders, Wong''s (pen name of Jason Pargin) irreverent protagonists return in another action-packed horror adventure full of crude but effective humor. For fans of the humor website Cracked.com, of which Pargin is executive editor." ―Library Journal

"What the Hell Did I Just Read is reminiscent of Douglas Adams’s work, stuffed with layers of absurd pastiche." ―Washington Post


Praise for This Book is Full of Spiders:

“Kevin Smith''s Clerks meets H.P. Lovecraft in this exceptional thriller that makes zombies relevant again... From the dialogue to the descriptions, lines are delivered with faultless timing and wit... David Wong (Jason Pargin) is a fantastic author with a supernatural talent for humor. If you want a poignant, laugh-out-loud funny, disturbing, ridiculous, self-aware, socially relevant horror novel than This Book is Full of Spiders: Seriously Dude, Don''t Touch It is the one and only book for you.” ―SF Signal

“The comedic and crackling dialogue also brings a whimsical flair to the story, making it seem like an episode of AMC''s "The Walking Dead" written by Douglas Adams of "The Hitchhiker''s Guide to the Galaxy." ...Imagine a mentally ill narrator describing the zombie apocalypse while drunk, and the end result is unlike any other book of the genre. Seriously, dude, touch it and read it.” ―Washington Post

“[A] phantasmagoria of horror, humor -- and even insight into the nature of paranoia, perception, and identity.” ―Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“One of the great things about discovering new writers, especially in the narrow range of hybrid-genre comedic novels, is realizing that they''re having just as much fun making this stuff up as you are reading it. Sitting squarely with the likes of S.G. Browne and Christopher Moore, the pseudonymous Wong (Cracked editor Jason Pargin) must be pissing himself laughing at his own writing, even as he''s giving fans an even funnier, tighter and justifiably insane entry in the series.” ―Kirkus


Praise for John Dies at the End:

“The rare genre novel that manages to keep its sense of humor strong without ever diminishing the scares; David is a consistently hilarious narrator whose one-liners and running commentary are sincere in a way that makes the horrors he confronts even more unsettling.” ―The Onion AV Club

John Dies at the End is like an H.P. Lovecraft tale if Lovecraft were into poop and fart jokes. ” ―Fangoria

“Sure to please the Fangoria set while appealing to a wider audience, the book''s smart take on fear manages to tap into readers'' existential dread on one page, then have them laughing the next.” ―Publishers Weekly

“...strikes enough of a balance between hilarity, horror, and surrealism here to keep anyone glued to the story. ” ―Booklist

“A loopy buddy-movie of a book with deadpan humor and great turns of phrase...Just plain fun.” ―Library Journal

“You can (and will want to) read JOHN DIES AT THE END in one sitting.” ―BookReporter.com

“Wong blends horror and suspense with comedy--a tricky combination--and pulls it off effortlessly.” ―FashionAddict.com

“It''s interesting, compelling, engaging, arresting and--yes--sometimes even horrifying. And when it''s not being any of those things, it''s funny. Very, very funny.” ―January Magazine

“This is one of the most entertaining and addictive novels I''ve ever read.” ―Jacob Kier, publisher, Permuted Press

About the Author

DAVID WONG is the pseudonym of Jason Pargin, New York Times bestselling author of the John Dies at the End series as well as the award-winning first book in the Zoey Ashe series, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits. His essays at Cracked.com have been read by tens of millions of people around the world.

JASON PARGIN is the New York Times bestselling author of the John Dies at the End series as well as the award-winning first book in the Zoey Ashe series, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, formerly published under the pseudonym David Wong. His essays at Cracked.com have been read by tens of millions of people around the world.

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drunkfurball
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The Voices told me to write this. They also ask you to read it in the voice of Morgan Freeman. Just do it. They won''t shut up until you do.
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2017
When I started reading the first novel in this series I was a much different person than I am today, having now finished the series. For one, I have an extra toe now. Not sure why. For two, I know exactly how much I need to drink to erase the memory of what John did to that... See more
When I started reading the first novel in this series I was a much different person than I am today, having now finished the series. For one, I have an extra toe now. Not sure why. For two, I know exactly how much I need to drink to erase the memory of what John did to that donkey (all of it, that''s how much).
If it''s too late for you, and you foolishly thought you could simply read the first two novels, and you''d just ''sleep it off,'' think again. The only way to silence the egg mcmuffin screaming your darkest sins over the breakfast table is to finish what you started.
So, buy this already. Why are you still reading? You''re already here, reading reviews. You must have some interest. I''m a mentally impaired random internet person, so I''m likely the most trustworthy opinion a sea of puckered sphincters. You showed me your lunch on instagram, remember? We''re like best friends. Buy the book. I have never given you bad advice, ever. You weren''t going to spend the money on anything better. If you don''t buy it, your next facebook status had better read ''Hey guys,my twelve bucks is what finally cured cancer! We did it!'' or we are so not friends any more. Buy it.
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Joseph R.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What the Hell did I just Review?
Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2017
I''ve been a fan of David Wong for a while now. I started reading his articles on cracked, then found out he had a book published online that I could read for free. I read it in one sitting, staying up all night. The next day I went to my local book store and bought a hard... See more
I''ve been a fan of David Wong for a while now. I started reading his articles on cracked, then found out he had a book published online that I could read for free. I read it in one sitting, staying up all night. The next day I went to my local book store and bought a hard copy of John Dies at the End and read it a second time. I pre-ordered The sequel, This Book is Full of Spiders, and devoured it when it eventually arrived at my doorstep. When I found out That Mr. Wong was writing a Sci-fi novel I pre-ordered and devoured that book as well. So, it should go without saying I was excited when six months ago I learned I could pre-order the third JDatE novel. It arrived two days ago and I just finished reading it.
It''s good. It''s filled with all of the things that made me love the other books. However, this one veers in a more open ended direction. This is why my rating is a bit low. I enjoy vague or interpretive endings, but there are so many instances in WtHDIJR that conflict with the ending that it just leaves me feeling a bit disappointed in the final pages. This novel is definitely an example of the journey being more satisfying than the destination.
I''m hoping it isn''t as vague as it initially appears and that when I eventually re-read this book things will clear up at least a little.
I don''t want to spoil anything from the book so I won''t go into detail about the conflicting instances I take issue with.
It isn''t the first time the ending to one of these books didn''t tie everything up in a neat little bow. The first book in the series actually has a huge plot hole that was left dangling that I hoped would maybe be cleared up in this one. It''s possible that it was, but because of the vagueness of what actually occurred in the story it''s hard to say.
Overall I loved this book and upon a second reading my rating may change. There is nothing wrong with a story adding clarity on a second or third read. The damage here is that there was too much left in the wind, too many questions left without answers, and the questions themselves being trivialized a bit by the ending.
It''s just as funny, exciting, and horrifying as the other books, but the overall plot isn''t as well executed as This Book is Full of Spiders.
I look forward to whatever David Wong''s next project is. He is my favorite modern author and an inspiration in my own writing.
This book is for anyone who read the first two. Although it is readable as a standalone, you really should read the first two books before jumping into this one. For anyone wondering if they''ll enjoy the first book, you''ll like it if you enjoy meat monsters, crude humor, and a lingering existential dread that at any moment you could cease to exist in any capacity, not even being a memory in the hearts and minds of your loved ones.
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monchari
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you just have to read
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2017
Okay. If you read the reviews of this book and found that each review has mentioned the story differently even though we have read the same book, please just don''t close the page and thought we are just crazy reviewers. Because, frankly, I ''m not sure what I have... See more
Okay.
If you read the reviews of this book and found that each review has mentioned the story differently even though we have read the same book, please just don''t close the page and thought we are just crazy reviewers.
Because, frankly, I ''m not sure what I have been reading.

I''m sincerely not sure the story I read is the same with other readers''s.
We each might have seen or read a different version of story.
It''s up to what''s your fear or desire ?!?

Really, even after finishing the book, I still can''t tell what John and Dave have seen, and what Amy has seen, which one was ''Real''.
It seems both real at the same time.
I tried to root with John and Dave''s because of the sauce effect, but I still had some doubt.
Like.. what if...
Well, it''s really a mind game situations.

This book is full of chaos, confusions, hallucinations, etc...
Not much of humor as the first 2 books as I would like, but hey, it''s a horror book.
The story goes in every direction at the same moment you may feel sick...but it''s written so beautifully.
I love how David Wong created this world (town?) and was able to drag us, readers, into this world
and made us believe somewhere in our hearts that, the place really exists.

If you like book that has its ending very clear, you might found this one''s not your expectation.
But well, that''s the version I''ve read.
It may be different from yours.

Try it.
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C. Turner
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Much better than This Book is Full of Spiders, and very reminiscent of the original book [NO SPOILERS]
Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2017
I''ve been a big fan of David Wong/Jason Pargin since the early days when John Dies at the End was posted on Pointless Waste of Time. He''s earned the right to get a pre order from me any time he publishes a book, and I started this one literally the minute it came to my... See more
I''ve been a big fan of David Wong/Jason Pargin since the early days when John Dies at the End was posted on Pointless Waste of Time. He''s earned the right to get a pre order from me any time he publishes a book, and I started this one literally the minute it came to my kindle. I can definitely say I was not disappointed, and I don''t think long time fans of JDatE will be either.

What the Hell Did I Just Read is a lot truer to the series than This Book is Full of Spiders, I think. I similarly read TBiFoS as soon as it was possible, but I finished reading initially with a bit of disappointment. My biggest problem with TBiFoS was what Pargin did with Amy and John as characters. In JDatE, Amy and John are both good characters to round out David. While David is a bit of a buzzkill, and reluctant to do anything or be the hero, John and Amy are there to drive forward the stupidity and give you something to cheer for. John was a great character in JDatE because not only does he go along with the insanity of what is happening to them, he seems to embrace it. Amy is good for similar reasons, but in a different way. While she is frequently a voice of reason, she also doesn''t want David to shy away from what needs to be done, and she always wants to go along.

However, in TBiFoS, both characters are given points of view, which they didn''t previously have in JDatE. They''re given significantly more depth, which generally is a good thing the deeper you go into a series, but I don''t actually think they benefited from this in TBiFoS. The biggest problem I have is John in particular, instead of being the insane, stupid badass that he is in JDatE, he''s made to look more like a raging alcoholic that doesn''t have his life together and actually becomes a way less likable character. Don''t get me wrong, he''s definitely a drunken idiot that has serious issues in JDatE, but the lack of repercussions makes it a lot easier to look past. In TBiFoS, John lets Amy down multiple times, which mostly makes him very disappointing.

My other big issue with TBiFoS is that the story itself is a bit trite and overdone (it boils down to a zombie book, really, and there''s too many zombie stories right now), despite JDatE being the first of its kind at the time and breathing some fresh air into the horror genre. The biggest thing JDatE had going for it was that one second you would be laughing uncontrollably and the next absolutely horrified. I never really had moments like that with TBiFoS, in fact there was very little in the book for me to laugh at.

All that being said, What the Hell Did I Just Read completely turned all that around. Within the first few chapters I was laughing way too hard, and the jokes were very true to JDatE at its roots. The story itself was much more reminiscent of the original story, without being the same thing all over again. And John and Amy were still given points of view, but I thought their characters were much better used in WtHDIJR, and John became a likable character again.

My big concerns with the book were that Amy was given an amount of depth that may be pushing too far for some fans. I found her concerns and issues in the book very reasonable and realistic, but I could see some fans starting to treat her like Skyler White, if anyone is familiar with Breaking Bad and the fan backlash against that character. It will be interesting to see how the fanbase reacts.

My other issue is that while the first half of the book was very page turning and engaging, the second half tended to drag. The climactic ending to the story seemed to start too early and last too long, which leads to disinterest. This is actually one of the biggest reasons I had trouble getting into Pargin''s last book, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, but not something I noticed in his first two books. Hopefully this isn''t the direction he finds himself going in with future books, and he learns to reign this in a little.

Overall, though, this book is amazing. Very worth reading for any fans of JDatE, and definitely holds its own in the universe that was written. I''m excited to read it through again, maybe a little slower and get a feel for it more.
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Bradley Myers
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More of the same
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2017
I enjoyed this third installment of the john dies at the end series as much as the previous two. Although series probably isn''t right. These stories can easily be read as stand alone novels. This one strikes more of a balance between the horror and the comedy, closer to... See more
I enjoyed this third installment of the john dies at the end series as much as the previous two. Although series probably isn''t right. These stories can easily be read as stand alone novels. This one strikes more of a balance between the horror and the comedy, closer to JDATE. Of course it was packed full of absurd, disturbing imagery and actually was quite thought provoking in relation to the, I don''t have a better word than, antagonistic entity. I felt that This book is full of spiders was more of a cosmic horror level story than this one though.
I''m not any good at book reviews. I just know what I like and this is it.
If you liked the first two books you''ll like this one. If you haven''t read the first two books go read them and then enjoy this one.
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Mathew Stevens
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Stephen King + Kevin Smith + Kierkegaard = David Wong
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2017
I''m pretty picky about what I like to read. I get bored pretty easily and can take months to finish a book unless it keeps me really entertained from start to finish. I read a lot, but the only two authors I subscribe to an email list for are Stephen King amd David... See more
I''m pretty picky about what I like to read. I get bored pretty easily and can take months to finish a book unless it keeps me really entertained from start to finish. I read a lot, but the only two authors I subscribe to an email list for are Stephen King amd David Wong.

And David Wong is the only one I immediately pre-order when a new book is announced.

I''ve read his debut novel "John Dies at the End" at least 10 times and I''m astounded every time by David Wong''s ability to write a genuinely terrifying scene with one page and literally laugh-out-loud hilarious moments the next, all the while underlining his stories with a genuinely thought-provoking exploration of human nature, psychology, and existential dread.

You wouldn''t think it would be possible to read a book where provocative existential philosophy went hand-in-hand with dick and butt jokes, but that''s David Wong for you.

"What the Hell Did I Just Read" is the 3rd book of the "John Dies at the End" series, and I feel each book explores a central theme.

"John Dies" explored the nature of what it means to be human and whether we are a sum of our memories and experiences.

"This Book is Full of Spiders" explored the nature of groupthink and how we deal with crisis as a species and as individuals.

Now, "What the Hell Did I Just Read" dives deeply into the nature of depression and emotional attachment to those we love most, and also rubber butts and dildo cannons.

"What the Hell Did I Just Read" harnesses Stephen King''s mastery of terror, Kevin Smith''s mastery of dick jokes, and a perspective on humanity that could only come from David Wong.
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A Person
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Ten Minutes Later, or DW''s "Clerks 2"
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2017
If you read this book, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you read or re-read the first two in the series beforehand. Doesn''t even have to be in order. But the insight refresher and inside jokes will seriously pay off. I have loved this series since accidentally stumbling across... See more
If you read this book, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you read or re-read the first two in the series beforehand. Doesn''t even have to be in order. But the insight refresher and inside jokes will seriously pay off.
I have loved this series since accidentally stumbling across it in 2012.
My favorite will always be TBIFoS. But, this one was still great.
It felt different in a way you can only understand if you grew up in a town that everybody seemingly hates except for you and a few worn down neighbors. The note about the owners of the church towards the end rings true in that situation. I am also approximately the same age as said characters, so the emotional maturities they express (or lack thereof in most incidences) also rings true.
It seems as if our insane trio has only stuck around this literal hell hole out of a perverse sense of loyalty, or perhaps out of habit. But either way, you can see that they''ve grown, and not always in a happy way. One is addicted, the other clinically depressed. And yet, they stay.. I''ve tracked Dave''s Code Red addiction through 3 books. The note about it in reference to the end of your twenties is the best summary of transitioning to the next decade I''ve ever read. DW has the most amazing talent of being able to sum up the quirks and foibles of being human in seriously ridiculous but true statements. I''ve got about a hundred highlighted throughout the series. It''s these relatable and insane thoughts that ground it.
Now enough with the serious. On to my favorite laugh...
JDaTE Spoiler..maybe... Remember the running chair gag? While reading WTHDIJR?, pay close attention to the "ass" situation and just remember John is more low key as a "grown up," but he himself is still an ass. And also note that Dave is more mentally removed from the present than he used to be. After reading the conclusion of the plot line from Dave''s perspective, it took ten minutes for it fully sink in. I caught myself wildly laughing and scaring the sh*t out of my husband in the process. Making the whole experience worth it.
The end.
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Troy V.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Butt Humor Galore!!!!... or should I say, silicone butt humor
Reviewed in the United States on October 25, 2017
Loved this book! If you read the prior two books in the series, you won''t be let down with this one. I carries on the insane humor and discord of the first two books as well as adds an element of suspense with the plot. While none of his books are, how shall I... See more
Loved this book! If you read the prior two books in the series, you won''t be let down with this one. I carries on the insane humor and discord of the first two books as well as adds an element of suspense with the plot.

While none of his books are, how shall I put it.... predictable, this one is even further out from figuring out the story. Maybe others may have seen it coming, but in my honest opinion of this book, I must admit, I saw NOTHING coming.

John is just as much of an a-hole in this book, but interestingly enough, I found him to be a littie more humanized in this book than the priors. Dave is a little more enigmatic in this book because, to the best of my knowledge, the other books didn''t explore his mental stability to the degree that this one does. And of course, the beloved Amy is the true definition of an empath, and you can''t help but love her.

Ultimately, I loved how this story utilized a very scientific metaphor for the basis of the plot, and if I''m being to ambiguous... you''ll just have to read it to find out!!!!

ENJOY!!!!
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Alexander
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Initially I was disappointed to see a JDATE book with such a feeble
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 3, 2017
I''m assuming that if you''re reading reviews of this book, you''ve read the first two books in the JDATE series. If not, go and read them first. Initially I was disappointed to see a JDATE book with such a feeble, generic sounding title. But I''m a fan of Wong. A Wongonaut? A...See more
I''m assuming that if you''re reading reviews of this book, you''ve read the first two books in the JDATE series. If not, go and read them first. Initially I was disappointed to see a JDATE book with such a feeble, generic sounding title. But I''m a fan of Wong. A Wongonaut? A Wonga? A Wollower? Erm. Whatever. I endured. Such is my burden. It rather quickly earns its title. To the point that I don''t really know what else it could accurately be called. Starting off as a simple kidnapping case, handed off to John and Dave because the [Undisclosed] cops want nothing to do with it. Things quickly get nutty from there. To the point that you''re not sure what''s actually happening. I mean, you know what''s going on, just you''re not sure if it actually is. Such is the strength of the writing. It''s hard to get more precise than that. Every detail seems like a spoiler. However, it''s frequently grim, twisted, and hilarious. Often all three at the same time. It continues the theme from the previous book about not being able to trust your eyes. Which only adds to the horror. I''m still not sure it''s quite as horrific as invisible, brain-eating spiders. But what''s eventually revealed to be going on, isn''t nice. Not nice at all. Not one bit. There are chapters written by John ("John, keep your enormous c*ck out of this!") and Amy. If the book, and indeed the series as a whole, has any shortcomings, it''s Amy. And no, not because she''s an annoying woman who always gets in the way of the protagonist doing his protagonisting. I enjoyed reading her chapters (one in particular is perhaps the best in the book) and I like Amy. But they''re more sombre than the chapters about the other two. It''s hard to see her as more than a plot device to cause something to happen to Dave, or explain more about him. That''s not to say she''s not a fully fleshed out character. She is. But almost everything about her is used in some way or another to explain Dave. Which, makes sense in that it''s a book about Dave. John is used in that way too. But it''s not so obvious, because John''s a wildcard and his narrative has more to do with the adventure than they do with his relationship with Dave. Amy isn''t a wildcard. She certainly helps keep the book grounded and makes it seem more plausible. But because the story as a whole is so ridiculous, she sticks out a bit. It definitely doesn''t detract from the novel as a whole and it''s only a minor criticism. If you enjoyed the previous JDATE books, I''ve no doubt you''ll enjoy this. I''d argue it''s Wong''s best book to date. Though I might need to reread ''Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits'' before laying claim to that. Either way, it''s been a pleasure seeing him develop as a writer over the past few years. I can''t wait to read more from his diseased brain.
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Alistair
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
you''ll fall in love with the main characters especially the well endowed supreme ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 30, 2017
If you haven''t yet read JDATE (not the Jewish dating site, although that might be laugh out loud hilarious and well written too) then you need to. Then read ''this book is full of spiders'' then read this... you''ll fall in love with the main characters especially the well...See more
If you haven''t yet read JDATE (not the Jewish dating site, although that might be laugh out loud hilarious and well written too) then you need to. Then read ''this book is full of spiders'' then read this... you''ll fall in love with the main characters especially the well endowed supreme lovegod that is John. Dave isn''t really dave, but he''s much nicer these days anyway. So all in all another great addition to the series. All Hail Korrok.
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Jess
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The first 2 books are amazing, this one is amazing...ish
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 2, 2018
Whilst I loved, loved, loved John dies at the end and this book is full of spiders, the third instalment has left me a little disappointed. Whilst I appreciate that as the author grows in their writing and the characters grow in the story, i can''t help but feel that...See more
Whilst I loved, loved, loved John dies at the end and this book is full of spiders, the third instalment has left me a little disappointed. Whilst I appreciate that as the author grows in their writing and the characters grow in the story, i can''t help but feel that something has been lost in this book. Its not something that i can quite put my finger on though. I did still enjoy the book, in and of itself, but it just wasn''t quite to the same standard as the previous 2 books.
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Ash
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i gotta start this by saying that i love everything david wong writes so i may be a ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 13, 2017
i gotta start this by saying that i love everything david wong writes so i may be a bit biased, but this is a Great book ive had it preordered for the better part of a year and i finished it in one day the weekend after it came out and it was the best 7 hours of my week his...See more
i gotta start this by saying that i love everything david wong writes so i may be a bit biased, but this is a Great book ive had it preordered for the better part of a year and i finished it in one day the weekend after it came out and it was the best 7 hours of my week his writing is the perfect mix of creepy and hilarious that i love and honesty anybody who likes horror should check out this book, and all his other stuff too
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Zac Curran
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Great addition for fans
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 27, 2018
Excellent addition to the series for fans continuing Dave, John and Amy''s story. Probably the best written in the series - although the plot is a tad more forgettable than the others. This isn''t to say the book isn''t anything but enjoyable from start to finish, maintaining...See more
Excellent addition to the series for fans continuing Dave, John and Amy''s story. Probably the best written in the series - although the plot is a tad more forgettable than the others. This isn''t to say the book isn''t anything but enjoyable from start to finish, maintaining the creepy yet hilarious atmosphere that has become a staple of the series.
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