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Swamp Monster Massacre

Swamp Monster Massacre The swamp belongs to them Humans are only prey Deep in the overgrown swamps of Florida where humans rarely dare to enter lives a race of creatures long thought to be only the stuff of legend They wa

  • Title: Swamp Monster Massacre
  • Author: Hunter Shea
  • ISBN: 9781619213890
  • Page: 164
  • Format: ebook
  • The swamp belongs to them Humans are only prey.Deep in the overgrown swamps of Florida, where humans rarely dare to enter, lives a race of creatures long thought to be only the stuff of legend They walk upright but are stronger, taller and brutal than any man And when a small boat of tourists, held captive by a fleeing criminal, accidentally kills one of the swampThe swamp belongs to them Humans are only prey.Deep in the overgrown swamps of Florida, where humans rarely dare to enter, lives a race of creatures long thought to be only the stuff of legend They walk upright but are stronger, taller and brutal than any man And when a small boat of tourists, held captive by a fleeing criminal, accidentally kills one of the swamp dwellers young, the creatures are filled with a terrifyingly human emotion a merciless lust for vengeance that will paint the trees red with blood.

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    1. Karl on said:

      Never having resided in Florida, I was unfamiliar with the “skunk ape” legend and stories, except as referenced by GR author Adam Howe in his brilliant book “Die Dog, Or Eat the Hatchet” where he has a complete story about the Bigelow Skunk Ape. Now I run across this novella by Hunter Shea titled “Swamp Monster Massacre” which isabout a herd of the skunk ape’s living in the everglades. Piquing my interest I looked up skunk ape on and found “The skunk ape, also known as the swamp [...]

    2. Kimberly on said:

      SWAMP MONSTER MASSACRE, by Hunter Shea, is one of his spectacular "creature-feature" novels that I feel he really excels in. With this book, we encounter the fabled "Skunk Apes" deep in the swamps of the Everglades.Mick Chella is about to take off with a boatful of tourists on a journey through the swamps, when he is run into--quite literally--by a man named Rooster Murphy. Unfortunately for all involved, those responsible for Murphy's initial flight aren't too particular about who else they har [...]

    3. Kaisersoze on said:

      My second ever Hunter Shea read and one I much preferred over Tortures of the Damned, Swamp Monster Massacre is fast-paced and occasionally brutal (in an over-the-top, almost goofy kind of way). It delivers everything you would expect from a novella with such a title, as a bunch of people become caught-up in a criminal's attempt to evade his pursuers and are soon being stalked though the Florida everglades by the titular creatures. Make no mistake, this is no Laird Barron or Greg F. Gifune read. [...]

    4. Nick on said:

      "The fucking bigfoots were throwing alligators at them!" If that sentence makes you smile then this book is for you.

    5. Mia Darien on said:

      I'm a salmon again!This is getting exhausting. But, you know, I was enjoying this a great deal. I mean, I wouldn't have called it epic or raved on it, but it was bloody and fun. Rooster was a cool leading character and the twins rocked it so hard. It moved along quick and was entertaining. The alligator thing was made of win.If it had stopped at the end of Chapter 25, this would have gotten four stars. But the more grotesque scene in 26, shall we say, was just one step too far for me. It was unn [...]

    6. Bandit on said:

      What can be less appealing than the swamps of Everglades? How about the swamps of Everglades with homicidal swamp sasquatches. Can a group of mismatched individuals led by a muscle bound criminal with anger management crisis survive. That is the basic premise of this novella and it works well precisely because the author does exactly what he's suppose to, creates a balls to the wall action driven lean mean creature feature. It's essentially a B horror flick in word form without any pretentions. [...]

    7. Glen on said:

      An excellent example of sasquatch horrorwell, in this case it's skunk ape terror.A petty criminal is on the run after accidentally killing the son of a crime lord. He hi-jacks an air boat that is about to embark on a paid tour of the everglades. The passengers fight back, and the boat crashesright into a baby skunk ape. Uh oh!The skunk apes stalk and dismember most of the passengers in properly gory prose, and the passengers try to survive.Better than any syfy channel movie, I'll tell you that!

    8. David Bernstein on said:

      This was just an all around fun read! Lots of action, tense moments. Read like a movie. There is one scene in here that I have never seen before, dealing with gators, absolutely loved it. A nice, diverse cast of characters make this novella come to life, and the action and monsters only add to the fun. Like Shea's other novels, this one is well-written, but with this one you can see how he let lose and let the craziness fly. This must've been a blast to write! Very well done and highly recommend [...]

    9. Aniko Carmean on said:

      How bad do things have to be for the bogeyman to be the good guy? That is the question posed by Hunter Shea in Swamp Monster Massacre. The answer is a swift tour of an Everglades hell that includes violently severed limbs, a rotten stench, a masterfully disgusting combination of necrophilia and bestiality, and death. Lots of death. Swamp Monster Massacre is a breathless amalgam of action and horror with a higher than average gore content, but it is also an examination of the dark nature of reven [...]

    10. Lizzy Lessard on said:

      I’m not sure what I expected from this novella, but Swamp Monster Massacre was one hell of a fun book to read. As typical of monster novels (and movies) there is a very large cast in the beginning of the book and a much smaller cast by the end. There are some characters that didn’t have much opportunity to develop before they suffered a very painful and gory death, but the ones that survived until the end definitely had my vote. I won’t spoil the ending, but I will say that I liked it. And [...]

    11. Bill on said:

      I have been reading a lot of quiet/visceral horror lately and needed something to recharge my batteries and get me back on track. I may have found it with Swamp Monster Massacre. Just what the doctor ordered. Not too deep – just a fast and fun read. Exactly what I was looking for. Hunter Shea puts together an excellent monster romp with Swamp Monster Massacre. A B-movie horror classic with good time gore galore. Quick and fun, I enjoyed every minute of this one. The characters were fleshed out [...]

    12. Chris on said:

      Clearly stays within the definition of B Movie Creature Feature---which is fine. It works. Well written by an skilled author that knows this genre and didn't try to make it into something it isn't. As a result you have a gory, fast-paced, action driven, monster romp with interesting and entertaining characters and absolutely vicious creatures. The icing on the cake with this one was that Shea does an very good job also of creating the atmosphere of the swamp and the environment. Well done and hi [...]

    13. Brad T. on said:

      I would have rated this higher but the ending was just stupid. his other books are a lot better.

    14. chucklesthescot on said:

      Rooster loses his temper during a gun deal and kills the son of a Cuban gangster boss. Knowing he has to flee, he takes the guns and hijacks an unfortunate Everglades tour boat. Despite telling the people that he won't hurt them, they launch an attack on him that leaves the boat crippled, the people stranded and a young skunk ape dead. And its family are not very happy now and stalk the survivors with murder on their mindThis is exactly the kind of book that I enjoy. It doesn't take long to get [...]

    15. Kimberly on said:

      My oh my did I enjoy myself when I read this book! I mean really this book has Kimberly written all over it. Swamp monsters, death, and horror! This is definitely the kind of book I enjoy reading. It was the perfect book to read since this month is October and Halloween is just around the corner.The book itself isn't all that long but that doesn't mean that the book is any less substantial for that reason in fact for me it was much more like reading a full length novel because of how much I enjo [...]

    16. TJ on said:

      "Swamp Monster Massacre" by Hunter Shea is a fast-paced thriller that pits humans against skunk apes (Bigfoot to you and me) in a battle for survival in the Florida Everglades. Rooster Murphy is a bad man - a bad man on the run from Cuban drug runners who want to see him dead for killing their boss. As Rooster flees the Naples, FL, area with his life, he commandeers an airboat filled with passengers on a sight-seeing trip of the Everglades. Rooster knocks out the pilot, grabs the wheel and sets [...]

    17. Jack on said:

      If you want a fun read and you are an action/ horror fan, read Swamp Monster Massacre. It is a novella that is a page turner and is a blast. It's puts a group of stranded tourists and a gangster in the Everglades up against an angry pack of skunk apes. That's the swamp version of Bigfoot. They are big, smelly and angry. Hunter Shea once again delivers an entertaining book, with his trademark humor and edge.

    18. Dan Barbier on said:

      What a fun Ride. Highly recommended. It's an horror/adventure novella that brings back memories of creature features, Richard Laymon novels and campfire stories. Read it in a cabin in the woods and try to go to sleep after. If your a fan of Eric S. Brown novels or have read Dark Woods by Jay Kumar and Naked came the Sasquatch by John Boston, you will enjoy this a lot.

    19. Susan on said:

      "Swamp Monster Massacre" is a fast paced novel loaded with action, horror and excitement!Hunter pens his characters well developed in this spooky plot which reminds me of the old stories we used to tell around the campfire. A total must read for all thriller fans.This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.

    20. Jason Brant on said:

      Lots of fun.If you grew up watching 80's horror films, this book is for you. There's no fat, no page padding. Shea hammers the accelerator down and doesn't let up until the very end. The style of the prose is fitting and humorous, giving it a great feel for horror. If you buy this, expect nothing less than a gory Swamp Monster Massacre.

    21. Sheila K on said:

      What blast of a story, I didn't want it to end. The reason I gave it four stars was the book was just way too short.

    22. Matt Hayward on said:

      My first Hunter Shea novel and I wasn't disappointed. As the title suggests, this is a b-rate gore fest best enjoyed with popcorn in a single sitting. Lots of fun.

    23. AudioBookReviewer on said:

      My full Swamp Monster Massacre audiobook review can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.B-horror movie fans rejoice, Hunter Shea has brought you the ultimate tale of bloody terror! Starts off very quickly with lots of action. We are introduced to Rooster not a very good man at all. He kills a drug lord, in self defense of course, and is now on the run from his minions. Hijacking a tour boat full of as random a cast of colorful characters as if Shea picked them out of a hat. This is not a bad thing, b [...]

    24. Linda on said:

      My thoughts:"Getting out of tight jams was his specialty."SWAMP MONSTER MASSACRE by Hunter Shea and narrated by Michael Ray Davis was a horror treat! I did not know what to expect when I started it but, after the first fifteen minutes, I was hooked. I enjoy a good horror story now and then and this one was pretty epic with a plethora of monsters, gore, and fast-paced action. With Halloween coming up, this is the season to be scared. :-) My full review is posted at Reading Between The Wines Book [...]

    25. DJMikeG on said:

      This was a fun novella. Its blood n guts, served up without much flair and dazzle, but it serves its purpose and doesn't waste time. Sometimes blood n guts can aspire to something greater, but not here. This is just a side of grade B Pulp Fiction, medium well, taters on the side. It was a perfect "Read on the Kindle App on your Iphone during bathroom breaks at work" read. It actually was the first book I've read on my iphone and it made my boring job alot more fun for a couple of days! I'll defi [...]

    26. Katherine Scott on said:

      A fan of the "old school horror" I thoroughly enjoyed this. It reminded me of the type of old horror movies I used to watch with my father and brought back good memories in spite of the nature of the novel. I could hardly put it down and finished it very quickly because of that. It was refreshing in a biting my nails and hoping for certain characters to make it only to be upset when certain ones died. Would I recommend it? Definitely, this novel is high on my recommend list.

    27. Douglas Castagna on said:

      Who's afraid of a big ole skunk ape anyway? Well, not Rooster for one. SMM is rife with man on big foot action. The pages are awash with blood and violence in this fast paced thrill ride of a novella. There is never a dull moment so strap yourselves in and enjoy the ride.

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