Meet the Moseleys: Book One

Meet the Moseleys Book One The new name in horror has arrived Meet the Moseleys is guaranteed to Meet your Expectations A lifetime of love for the horror genre has culminated in this delightfully disgusting masterpiece by Giov

  • Title: Meet the Moseleys: Book One
  • Author: Giovanni Russano
  • ISBN: 9781494431297
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • The new name in horror has arrived Meet the Moseleys is guaranteed to Meet your Expectations A lifetime of love for the horror genre has culminated in this delightfully disgusting masterpiece by, Giovanni Russano, author of, The House That Smelled Like Urine and They Call Me JesusIn this, the first of six novellas, we join typical jock Teddy, dumb blonde Jenny, tough asThe new name in horror has arrived Meet the Moseleys is guaranteed to Meet your Expectations A lifetime of love for the horror genre has culminated in this delightfully disgusting masterpiece by, Giovanni Russano, author of, The House That Smelled Like Urine and They Call Me JesusIn this, the first of six novellas, we join typical jock Teddy, dumb blonde Jenny, tough as nails Laurie, angry at life George, your usual cliches, as they take a road trip to, The Edge A massive fictional woodland much like The Pennsylvania Wilds What will cause these twenty somethings to meet the murderous Moseley family of deviants and bloody thirsty psychos Who will survive the massacre that will surely ensue Read at your own risk and find out the answers to these questions with this novella from Rotting Horse Publishing.RottingHorsecreatespace 4380665

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    1. Free on -FREE Kind of confusing with all the family membersbut kept my curiosity going throughout the whole book.

    2. Meet the MoseleysThe first thing that has to be said here is warning - and possibly that should be in big underlined capitals with a lot of emphasis. This is strong meat. Not for the easily offended. A mutant story born of Texas Chainsaw forcibly mated with Hills Have Eyes. And from that unholy conception seeing how far the boundaries can be pushed. Giovanni Russano is throwing everything into this novella except for the sort of restrained moderation that would have extremophile gore-fans revolt [...]

    3. If you like explicit language, sex and extraordinary violence that is truly gruesome, you will love this book. I thought of stopping after 2 or 3 pages because of the language but decided to see if there was more to it other than obnoxious, dope-loving teenagers. There is fright, pain, determination, patience, the innocence of a child. We meet the all-time psycho Mosely family - who even though they seem to have a obsession about God and the church, don't seem to realize that their heinous crime [...]

    4. Here we have the definition of gratuitous violence, needless sexual depravity and man’s (and woman’s) inhumanity to man condensed in just 106 pages. If Meet the Moseleys ever finds its way onto cable TV, (Lord hep' us, as Reverend Pervis might say) expect the sponsor to be either Heinz Ketchup or The National Enquirer or both. This is Deliverance without the canoe attached by unmentionable human bodily fluids to The Beans of Egypt Maine gathered in the Twilight Zone. I give it one star only [...]

    5. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This novel is for mature audiences that appreciate true horror. The profanities were thick and constant, the overall content far beyond rated R. The omniscient narrator recounts the story in a flat almost Twilight Zone sounding way. All I can say is Wow! What I really mean is: how much violence can one author squeeze into 106 pages? I consider myself fairly well read but was blown away by the amount of physical and sexual gore [...]

    6. Deep in the interior of a wilderness state an extended family work their farmstead. Situated as they are, remote and isolated, the family has had to become self-reliant for all the necessaries of life; food, education, religion and entertainment. As the generations have passed they have developed their own unique moral codes and social traditions; a very singular approach to life which appears very odd indeed to outsiders’ eyes. Each member of the numerous clan has something to contribute to t [...]

    7. My expectations for this story were quite simple: get a nice little backwoods slasher/torture/revenge plot with lots of gore. Sometimes a simple, straightforward story without much ado is a great means for recreative entertainment.The first part of the book met my expectations in that regard perfectly and easily earns a 4-star rating. Meet the Moseleys: a large family clan living in a remote wilderness where they can indulge in an eccentric lifestyle including very special culinary preferences. [...]

    8. This is what I like to think as a disclaimer-to-save-my-reputation-as-a-reader-with-integrity review!! The three stars here have nothing whatsoever to do with quality so read at your own risk! Absolutely silly in an X-rated way, gratuitous everything and only recommend for hard core horror fans who want a ridiculous, not very well written yet still somehow an absurdly entertaining read. Plus, very little investment required, it's super short so you can read something redeeming quickly :) It is i [...]

    9. Quick summary - the Moseleys (and there are lot of them, and I couldn't be fussed to draw a family tree to try and figure it out) do horrifying things to lost tourists wandering on their land. Lots of gore, but narrated in a peculiarly flat style. Had this book stopped after the car scene, where the brothers and the sister, out for their coming-of-age party run into the lost tourists, this book would have been better. Rather than that, there was an endless number of family members, an endless nu [...]

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