The Slab: A Novel of Horror

The Slab A Novel of Horror Oleander Place seems a typical tract house in the Southern California town of Tamarind Valley What no one grasps is that this house is deadly dark dangerous EVIL to the core It consumes all who e

  • Title: The Slab: A Novel of Horror
  • Author: Michael R. Collings
  • ISBN: 2940012624598
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Nook
  • The Slab: A Novel of Horror

    66 Oleander Place seems a typical tract house in the Southern California town of Tamarind Valley What no one grasps is that this house is deadly dark, dangerous, EVIL to the core It consumes all who enter it, one by one spiritually, psychologically, physically Even to visit the place challenges fate and promises a VERY BAD TIME for everyone there In the tradition of66 Oleander Place seems a typical tract house in the Southern California town of Tamarind Valley What no one grasps is that this house is deadly dark, dangerous, EVIL to the core It consumes all who enter it, one by one spiritually, psychologically, physically Even to visit the place challenges fate and promises a VERY BAD TIME for everyone there In the tradition of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, a phantasmagoria of fear, horror, and terror

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    One thought on “The Slab: A Novel of Horror

    1. Dick

      This is a new author for me. In his acknowledgements, he praised three of my favorite authors - Stephen King, Robert McCammon and Dean Koontz. So, I thought that the book had good models to live up to. And, in my opinion, it had elements of all three. Plus, Anne Rivers Siddon - at least here first novel anyway.Several scenes in the book made me twist and turn with discomfort - like any good horror story. And all through the book I flipped my kindle as quickly as possible to read the next page, c [...]

    2. M.L. Roos

      Something went wrong with the construction of 66 Oleander place. Horribly wrong. And now the house consumes each family who dares to live there. A gripping tale fraught with emotion and fear, this one will keep you reading far into the night. Another house, another infestationickets. I hate crickets with a passion. I loathe them, despise them and am eternally in fear of their little conniving ways. I know they are out to get me. They plot behind the water cooler, under the dark, in the kitchen c [...]

    3. Mark

      The Slab is my second read by Michael Collings, who writes what I call mood horror: infect a location with a ghost, let the ghost taint the thoughts, emotions, actions and relationships of the people who live in the house, destroy the house, maybe spare the people. Do all this in tightly written, atmospheric scenes loosely associated by plot and theme. To really enjoy a story like this, you have to accept an amorphous, undirected antagonistic force which is more mood than monster, more impressio [...]

    4. Chantel

      It was ok. That's about all I can say about it. The story was a bit hard to follow although the reason for the haunting was easy enough to figure out in the first chapter. The premise seemed kind of non-sensical to me. Perhaps better writing or organization would have made the story more believable. Finally, annoyingly full of typos and actually had a couple of blank pages which is just sloppy and unacceptable even for an electronic version.

    5. Joe

      The book was unnecessarily complex. The switch between timeframes and house occupants was confusing. The Audible narration was fine, but no great reader could have moved this book from just okay to a sensation. I would read another title by the author. The writing was decent, but as for this title, you'd be well-advised to skip it.

    6. Kathy

      This started out a little slow and I wondered where it was going in the beginning, but I kept reading and found it hard to put down. The horrors in this book will keep you reading and the ending left me shocked and sad. A really great book that I could read again!

    7. deniseyoung

      It's alrightalthough a little creepy it wasn't really scary. and the ending was flat. So I can only give one star.

    8. Michelle Purvis

      Not an edge of your seat thriller, but it had some great moments of horror and it was an entertaining quick read.

    9. Carrie

      I listened to the audio version of this and the reader was really terrible. I may have enjoyed it more had I read the book myself.

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