Fiends

John Farris Joe DeVito

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Fiends In the frozen pit of blackest hell Death sleeps Ravishing beyond words evil beyond our darkest dreams of Satan Her eyelids flutter Rising from Her pit She wakes her vampire brood and frees them fr

  • Title: Fiends
  • Author: John Farris Joe DeVito
  • ISBN: 9780812517866
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the frozen pit of blackest hell, Death sleeps Ravishing beyond words, evil beyond our darkest dreams of Satan, Her eyelids flutter.Rising from Her pit, She wakes her vampire brood and frees them from their ancient graves.No, no one is safe, no one from the unwashed Children of Eve.

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    1. Mark on said:

      Perhaps I was expecting a different kind of bookmething a little more apocalyptic.The characters are well written, however some are a little one dimensional. To be fair, the one dimensional characters are supporting characters. However, I felt that the Enid Walker character could have been fleshed out a little better.The creatures central to the story, The Huldufolk, are intriguing and definitely the only truly original aspect of the book.The non-linear story telling was handled well but it seem [...]

    2. Karl on said:

      This hardcover is copy 380 of 500 and is signed by John Farris and artist Phil Parks.

    3. DJMikeG on said:

      An excellent horror novel. Farris' writing is very strong. This is the first book I've read by him and I'm excited to read more of his work. This was pretty much a stellar big fat horror novel from the late 80s. Farris created something quite original here. Highly recommended for horror fans.

    4. Belle on said:

      Margery and Enid live alone in their parents’ home. Years before a fatal car accident claimed the lives of both their mother and their father. Margery is certain that her sister Enid, a talented artist is destined for better things in life. She is displeased that she remained in town and worked with the mentally ill at a place for the criminally insane. Things get worse for Margery when Enid brings home Arne Horsfall for an overnight stay as part of his rehabilitation. Margery can’t help fee [...]

    5. David Bonesteel on said:

      When a teenage girl and her sister accept a quiet, mentally disturbed man into their home for a weekend visit as part of his rehabilitation, they become involved in the resurrection of Icelandic demons that had been brought from overseas years before.This story is mostly set in the 70s but has several extended flashbacks to the early 1900s. These flashbacks are really the highlight of the book; John Farris’s writing is quite elegant, even poetic. The more contemporary sections are written more [...]

    6. Lou on said:

      Imaginative story of a breed of creation that have wings that is made from human skin.A story of triumph over evil not as scary as it seems an ok read.

    7. Cristian on said:

      Big potencial drowning in a infuriating slow pace. While the sister history have ups and downs, follow a clean vision, while the Arne part tends to confuse with a zigzag narrative. I expected nothing at the beggining, then the Iceland mithology arrived and I get curious, but continuous explanations made the true horror. For example, half of a chapter can describe a place where the history will not come back. Unless you are american or have good notion of the orography, it will not be fun.This bo [...]

    8. David B on said:

      When a teenage girl and her sister accept a quiet, mentally disturbed man into their home for a weekend visit as part of his rehabilitation, they become involved in the resurrection of Icelandic demons that had been brought from overseas years before.This story is mostly set in the 70s but has several extended flashbacks to the early 1900s. These flashbacks are really the highlight of the book; John Farris's writing is quite elegant, even poetic. The more contemporary sections are written more c [...]

    9. Colleen on said:

      I picked this one up in a take-one-leave-one bin at a roadside rest stop. Pretty much the perfect place for it. It's pulpy, trashy horror, and if you accept it as just that, it's entertaining. I loved this type of novel when I was a teenager, so it was fun for me to read something like this. Not exactly full of literary merit, but just kind of fun.

    10. Raymond Estropia on said:

      Like all other horror, the elements of a rainy night, camping in the forest, and another version of the vampire are all present here. I do like how every paragraph is written and the suspense.

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