Just Like Hell

Just Like Hell

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by Nate Southard
     
 
Dillion is a popular high school football star, gay, and tied to a chair in the dark. His lover is bound and gagged next to him. Around him are his teammates -- his captors. They aren't happy that they've been playing with a "faggot" and they intend to repay the disgrace. There will be humiliation, blood, and pain. But then it gets out of control. What started as

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Dillion is a popular high school football star, gay, and tied to a chair in the dark. His lover is bound and gagged next to him. Around him are his teammates -- his captors. They aren't happy that they've been playing with a "faggot" and they intend to repay the disgrace. There will be humiliation, blood, and pain. But then it gets out of control. What started as black-hearted entertainment has turned into a cat-and-mouse game of gruesome justice. By the end of this night, four people will be dead. And those left alive will be forever scared.

Deadite Press is proud to present Nate Southard's modern hardcore horror classic of torture, terror, and bloody vengeance. This edition also includes four bonus stories: "A Team-Building Exercise," "Miss Kenner and Me," "Senorita," and "Work Pit Four."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014076548
Publisher:
Eraserhead Press
Publication date:
01/30/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
122
Sales rank:
877,176
File size:
754 KB

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Just Like Hell 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
sal79parody More than 1 year ago
Just Like Hell is a tight little horror novella with not a wasted word. It centers on Dillon, the star running back of a high-school football team; Randy, Dillon's nerdy lover; and Kevin, the star wide receiver and Dillon's best friend ... till he finds out Dillon's gay. Kevin's discovery leads to a game in his parents' cabin that will change all of their lives permanently. I thought this horror novel was hardcore, graphic, but also great. The violence is warranted and fits within the story: it makes you angry; it makes you cringe; but most of all, it makes you turn the pages relentlessly to see what happens next. I'm looking forward to reading more of Southard's work. There are several shorts included, the best of which is "A Team-Building Exercise." The other three are hit and miss, but Just Like Hell alone warrants a purchase.