AFTERTASTE

AFTERTASTE Absolutely gut wrenching Kyle M Scott will turn your stomach as you keep turning pages Tim Miller author of Hacked and Hell Texas When Waldo s Burger Emporium rolls into the small town of Plainfield

  • Title: AFTERTASTE
  • Author: Kyle M. Scott
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Absolutely gut wrenching Kyle M Scott will turn your stomach as you keep turning pages Tim Miller, author of Hacked and Hell, Texas When Waldo s Burger Emporium rolls into the small town of Plainfield, Ohio, to open the doors of its first fast food restaurant, the whole town is excited It s a big deal for such a quiet community, and soon the families are flocking Absolutely gut wrenching Kyle M Scott will turn your stomach as you keep turning pages Tim Miller, author of Hacked and Hell, Texas When Waldo s Burger Emporium rolls into the small town of Plainfield, Ohio, to open the doors of its first fast food restaurant, the whole town is excited It s a big deal for such a quiet community, and soon the families are flocking to taste its wares High school renegade, Slim, can read the writing on the wall And in the bright, smiling world of Waldo s, she sees a burgeoning franchise that will swat aside the mom and pop businesses of Middle America like flies She understands how these corporations work Not to mention what they put in their products John has witnessed first hand the immediate and violent illness that has overcome his best buddy, Sam He s convinced there s something sinister at work in Waldo s For Slim, John and their loved ones, avoiding the junk food being peddled at Waldo s is a matter of principle It s also the only chance they have Within the garish, multi colored walls of Waldo s, a darkness is nesting And there s something in the meat Something that feeds on than human flesh Something that consumes a person s will Something unimaginably evil has come to Plainfield, and soon the quaint little town will come to understand the perversity and darkness that resides in the human soul The people of Plainfield are about to swallow their morals, whole

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    1. My first sample of Kyle M. Scott proved to be fairly tasty. An increasingly gore laden book that throws in some nasty sex scenes to up the ante, Aftertaste depicts what happens when a new burger franchise that is actually a front for something much nastier than the pursuit of profit at the expense of quality foods opens in small town America.A simple enough and straight forward premise, Scott's novel begins well enough, introducing main character Slim and her battles with her meat-loving family. [...]

    2. This was a great story. It had me cringing almost from the off.It had a quite clever way of showing just how horrible the human race can be with just a little push.It's violent, it's gory, it's gross.Definitely worth a read.

    3. Nostalgia. It’s a funny word, one that has resonant meaning to me. It brings about fond memories of many an evening, tucked up in bed, sipping a cold Pepsi and reading a good book. My reading taste has varied over the years, from the obvious Laymon, King and Hutson, to the more secretive aspect of my reading library in Enid Blyton, The Three Investigators and Sherlock Holmes. Where these aren’t a surprise to a few – hello, Mum – they helped shape my book taste to this very day. True, I l [...]

    4. This book was absolutely amazing, I loved it. Kyle M. Scott is a brilliant and very talented writer. I have read his other work and have loved everything I have read.This is, hands down, a 5 out of 5 stars book and will go on my best of 2015 list.A big thanks to Kyle for giving me an ARC copy to read and give an honest review.This is about a small town where strange, evil things start happening after a Waldo's Burger Emporium opens up in the town. Slim and John are worried after their friend Sam [...]

    5. This was a quick-paced gory book, just what I was looking for at the time. Lots of imagery, some pretty disgusting so I had to skim it, but nothing I couldn't deal with. It's definitely a book for mature audiences, as there are not only gore but sexual scenarios involved.I will mention briefly that there are numerous typos involved. However I really enjoyed the story, and I will be looking for more by this author.

    6. Today I finished reading Aftertaste on my Kindle app. Before I tell you about it, there are some things you should know, first. A disclaimer, if you will.Kyle and I got connected through social media sometime last year, as we discussed writing with other authors in cyberspace. Finding much in common we've built up a friendship and I have read, I'm pretty sure, all of his currently available work to date. He and I both feature in the anthology Carnage: Extreme Horror. However, my opinions are my [...]

    7. Yummy I'm a gore fest kind of gal So I enjoyed the book a lot! The storyline kept me guessing and the disturbing parts were damn disturbing! Scott rocked this one out. I always purchase recommended reading from fellow authors but I'm not always as satisfied with the read as I was with this one.

    8. WOW. What an absolute belter of a book. It's shocking beyond comprehenion, brutal and sadistic like nothing else ive ever read. But so brilliantly written.

    9. Holy consciousness concussions! I love stories where evil entities attack small towns. I also love stories where the food supply is tampered with. And, I love stories with kick ass heroines. This awesome book has all those elements- and much, much more! It's a gore-soaked rumination on thoughtless consumerism, willful gluttony, complicity, consumer apathy, and greed (among other things). But it's not a sermon, this is a killer story. Check it out if you like your Horror on the rough side of thin [...]

    10. "Aftertaste" is a tasty morsel of a read. It sells you with the sizzle, then satisfies with the steak. Kyle M. Scott serves up a Super Sized, gut busting bucket of discomfort and depravity & by the last page you'll be picking the gristle out of your teeth with a shard of bone.I had a great time with these characters, some are developed more than others but they are all interesting and all do a service to the tale. And while not completely invested in their well being, more so rooting for the [...]

    11. This is a story of the corporate takeover of mom-and-pop shops disguised as a horror novel--and a very good, bloody, gory horror novel.A new fast food restaurant opens in a small town. Everyone is excited, except for the small business owners who will soon be out-of-business. Turns out that is the least of their problemsPeople start acting very strangely soon after the restaurant opens. Slim is a vegetarian, so she has never eaten there and doesn't feel its effects. She and her friend John, who [...]

    12. Kyle M Scott writes brutal dark, fiction that is full of violence. Under all of that is some pretty intelligent horror. There is a message here and that message is quite easy to see once you delve deeper into the novel. This is a writer that writes some of the most brutal fiction ever, but the thing to remember is that Aftertaste is a fast paced novel that is not for the weak of heart or stomach.What makes Aftertaste so good is that Scott uses the violence as a part of the story and while it may [...]

    13. I scored this a 4 star because.I scored this a 4 star solely due to the face that the spelling and grammar are terrible. I understand not everyone has a proof reader but sometimes the mistakes were extremely off putting. Other than that I enjoyed this book, some parts were slightly drawn out but it did not stop me wanting to finish and get to the end of the book.

    14. The story itself was interesting and kept me engaged, but there are some pretty big editing issues that need to be addressed. I don't know if it was just the copy I had from , but the typos became a distraction and actually drew my attention away from what I was supposed to be doing, which was enjoying the book.

    15. Read on empty stomachThis book reminds me a little of the store by Bentley Little, but much more hard core. I have to say I enjoyed the plot and liked how it made Americans big attitude and big appetite the monster. I highly recommend for all fans of modern horror

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