Bullet Through Your Face

Bullet Through Your Face

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By (author) Edward Lee

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  • Publisher: Eraserhead Press
  • Format: Paperback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 216mm x 12mm | 271g
  • Publication date: 30 May 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Portland, OR
  • ISBN 10: 1936383020
  • ISBN 13: 9781936383023
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 306,941

Product description

No writer is more extreme, perverted, or gross than Edward Lee. His world is one of psychopathic redneck rapists, sex addicted demons, and semen stealing aliens. Brace yourself, the king of splatterspunk is guaranteed to shock, offend, and make you laugh until you vomit. Bullet Through Your Face collects three novellas demonstrating Lee's mind-blasting talent. Ever Nat - One man is forced to endure an unimaginable torment just to stay alive, one night at a time. The Salt-Diviner - A touching story of one couple and the quadriplegic, homeless fortune teller locked in their basement. The Refrigerator Full of Sperm - Why are all the men of Luntville falling into comas with their pants down and dicks up?

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By Craig Dolling 16 Oct 2011 4

Edward Lee is one of the modern day kings of splatterpunk horror guaranteed to shock most readers; and the three stories in the collection will do just that.

'Ever Nat' - is a tale of kidnapping turned sordid enough to make you wish it never happens to you as one man must do what he can to survive. 'The Salt Diviner' - is a supernatural story of a fortune teller and the affects he has on a young couple. 'The Refrigerator Full of Sperm' - featuring a red-neck town, a sex obsessed police officer and an alien conspiracy you won't believe.

These three stories all offer something different enough to make them all interesting to read and are fast enough paced to make sure you finish the collection as quickly as possible. Whilst the redneck speak can get annoying this doesn't ruin any of the stories as they are sick and twisted enough to entertain you. Another collection go Edward Lee tales NOT for the faint hearted (or faint stomached).

4/5