PillowFace

Overview

Twelve year old Joel Olsen loves all things devoted to horror.
Movies, comics, books, and of course his true passion, special effects.
Being raised by his older sister Haley after the sudden death of their parents
Joel is in a world truly of his own. At the launch of summer vacation Joel finds lying bloodied and near death in his backyard a masked man that is the epitome of what he adores. A flesh and blood ...
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Overview

Twelve year old Joel Olsen loves all things devoted to horror.
Movies, comics, books, and of course his true passion, special effects.
Being raised by his older sister Haley after the sudden death of their parents
Joel is in a world truly of his own. At the launch of summer vacation Joel finds lying bloodied and near death in his backyard a masked man that is the epitome of what he adores. A flesh and blood slasher maniac! When he invites the masked man into his home to recover from his wounds an unexpected friendship is born, but Joel quickly realizes he's actually become involved in a true to life horror tale that he'll be lucky to survive. This maniac known as Pillowface is not only an uncontrollable killing machine, but he also has others searching for him, and they will go to great and bloody lengths to find him.
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Editorial Reviews

Edward Lee
“An occult thriller with a twist. Rufty juggles captivating characters, breakneck suspense, and insidious horror in a macabre story that will have you feeling possessed by the end of it. Next time you think of taking out that old Ouija board…forget it!”
-- Edward Lee, author of The Haunter of the Threshold and Lucifer’s Lottery
Jeff Strand
"A creepy, gripping tale of horror. And it's got one of the best death scenes I've read in a long time!"
--Jeff Strand, author of Pressure and Dweller
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475020052
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 3/10/2012
  • Pages: 322
  • Sales rank: 1,070,283
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.72 (d)

Meet the Author

Kristopher Rufty is the writer/director of the movies Psycho Holocaust, Rags, and Wicked Wood, and also the author of Angel Board and The Lurkers.

He also hosts Diabolical Radio, an internet radio show devoted to horror fiction and film. The show has been online for nearly five years now and has developed quite an archive list and following.

He is married to his high school sweetheart and is the father of two insane children that he loves dearly, and together they reside in North Carolina with their 120 pound dog Thor and a horde of cats. He is currently working on his next novel, script, or movie.
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