Snuff

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Overview

Eric Enck, author of TELL ME YOUR NAME, THE RECKONING and GHOST OF A CHANCE and Adam Huber, Journalist for a top selling Newspaper bring you the ultimate horror novel.

When an out of work movie actor and a pornographer band together to create "Snuff" films, things look great. The money is rolling in, despite the death count. Both men begin a vicious killing spree in their films as more and more people are demanding the best in bloody porn.

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Overview

Eric Enck, author of TELL ME YOUR NAME, THE RECKONING and GHOST OF A CHANCE and Adam Huber, Journalist for a top selling Newspaper bring you the ultimate horror novel.

When an out of work movie actor and a pornographer band together to create "Snuff" films, things look great. The money is rolling in, despite the death count. Both men begin a vicious killing spree in their films as more and more people are demanding the best in bloody porn.

When the mafia becomes involved, things couldn't be better, until one of the victims turns out to have a father more disturbing than any killer out there. Soon, the tables are turned on the filmakers as a dangerous game of cat and mouse ensues. This is a brutal novel. It's already being called one of the most disturbing efforts is literature and is being advised to come with a WARNING: label.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979988462
  • Publisher: Blu Phi'er Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/17/2008
  • Pages: 188
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted July 11, 2013

    This is one of the most brutal, violent, graphic, and shocking b

    This is one of the most brutal, violent, graphic, and shocking books I’ve ever read. It was so deliciously good I read it in one sitting. The authors are very descriptive and inventive in their killing and torture, the bad guys are built great and you hate them as you should. The brutality is impossible to rip your eyes from the pages, you must keep reading. Now this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea and it’s not supernatural or other monsters killing, it’s the worst kind…people. I will never forget this book and I look forward to other works by these authors. I’ve only read two other books similar in brutal violence graphically described like this, Damaged by McCombs and The Girl Next Door by Ketchum. Along with those books, Snuff will adorn my keepers shelf.

    And for the record, I do not know either of the authors and yes I was very shocked and horrified from the first page. But that’s also what made it so I couldn’t put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2008

    Not really that horrifying

    So I'll probably be sent to an institution for saying this but, I didn't really think it was as horrifying as everyone else says. The intensity of the violence could've been better. I didn't grimace or cringe throughout the whole story. The ideas in the storyline were excellent but the writing was a bit sloppy. That was the only thing that bothered me, actually, the typos. And if you're actually reading rather than skimming the pages, you'll see that its all very predictable. Other than that, I found Snuff highly entertaining. It has the ability to satisfy anyone's bloodlust.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2008

    Snuff: An Experiment in Brutality

    This book was absolutely sick and twisted, I loved every page written. The death and torture scenes were deliciously described, I was amazed at how well the story was written, Adam Huber and Eric Enck have written the true definition of Snuff. These two writers have delivered the goods in a very important novel on brutality. There is irony to be said in this story, I don't want to give it away but you would be blown away at how realistic the characters are. This would make one hell of a brutal horror movie. These two authors have a very bright future ahead of them, I was appalled and amazed at the sadistic creativity that was written within this book. Do yourself a favor and read Snuff, you will not regret it. If you are looking for an outlandish adventure into the realms of depravity then this book is for you. It has all the gore and sex you can possibly imagine. This book is definitely not for the faint of heart, that is what I love most about this book. Read Snuff and you will enjoy it, coming from a writer who is as sick and twisted as these authors are you will not be disappointed by the content within this book. John Rizo Author of Dark and Morbid Fiction

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2008

    Life itself is the horror story

    I applaud the authors disregard for censorship. They wanted to write a sexually and brutally graphic novel that is not for the faint of heart. They succeed brilliantly. The story evolves with several horrific twists and turns that make us realize that life itself is the horror story¿ not the fiction that we make up. After you buy and read this book, put in on your shelf between AMERICAN PSYCHO and NATURAL BORN KILLERS. This is where it belongs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2008

    Insane

    This book is without a doubt, insane. it is the best book of 2008 so far, that is a sure bet. It is a story about two killers who make really disturbing porn movies and end up getting caught up in their own work so to speak with a bigger evil then them. I have to gove this book 5 stars because it is an incredibly gory book. And it has made me sick to my stomach twice while reading it. I don't think anyone has ever written a book this brutal.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2008

    Not a bedtime story!

    Holy Mercy Sakes!! Those were my very first words after reading the last sentense of the novel Snuff while my mouth gaped open! Unfreaking believable! Never have I been this shocked in all of my reading life! I guess it was inevitable though. Jack and Mikey were a team now, nothing really mattered besides making DVD¿s and the large amounts of cash brought in. Hardcore pornography and BDSM were frills and lace compared to the horrible mutilation during sex that Mikey and Jack starred in. Mikey was usually the main ¿abuser¿ but in some instances Jack was featured in the films as well. Jack used to be in the film industry, but now he was all washed up. During the novel he reflects on his childhood, the abuse, sexual encounters, and the murders after sexual mutilation. Jack was always sick minded, demented even, he couldn¿t get it up unless blood and pain were involved. The videos were made according to the ¿customers¿ specifications and one customer would get EXACTLY what he requested, the girl not only looked like his daughter, it was her! The DVD that he paid 30,000 for cost him his daughter¿s life, as well as the life of his wife once she discovered the movie carelessly left out by her husband. Bill Corwin would make ¿John¿ pay¿a sale gone wrong could be the last film¿¿. (Nope I am not going to reveal anymore, I have written this review as cleanly as possible as there are YA readers that stop by my blog from time to time, but let me tell you, the scenes described in this book are beyond graphic, blood, sexual molestation, rape, and sickness are displayed on each and every page! This is an amazing horror novel, but if you¿re faint of heart I don¿t know if you could physically read this novel, it was very hard for me.) OH MY MY, putting Eric Enck and Adam Huber together can sure gross a girl out! Not that they¿re unattractive men mind you, but because their literary work is grotesque in all the right places. They bring a new type of horror to the table and believe me, you will not want to have a snack while reading this book, NO WAY! Mr. Enck and Mr. Huber make a great team, blending blood, gore, a great horror story, and a totally SHOCKING ending together along with their minds to create Snuff. I think the horror industry should give these guys a medal! 5 Bleeding Hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2008

    A very sick but enjoyable read.

    I have read SNUFF. Let me say this...it is as brutal as you have all heard that it is. It's harsh, it's gory, it's sick and very twisted. But...the main thing that I think everyone should look at and think about is one simple thing. If you strip away all of the blood, all of the gore and sick acts that happen in this book when one man decides to take his fantasies down a dark and insane path of pain and suffering, do you still have a story here? The answer is yes. Eric Enck and Adam Huber have written a tale that shows no matter how many pretend monsters horror writers may write about, the one monster called 'man' will always be the one to fear the most. Is this book for everyone? No...of course not. But if you dare decide to try to see what a madman's mind could be like, then please read this book. You will be entertained and sickened at the same time. I admire both Eric and Adam for having the guts to want to take people on this little insane ride called SNUFF. I for one wish them the best of luck with it.

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