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It’s a local legend. No one is sure if this “Camp Slaughter” place is real or not. But a group of college kids renting out a cabin deep in the woods of Pennsylvania will soon realize the truth. They’ll realize the danger, too. Or rather, the cannibal out in the woods will bring the danger to them...

©2019 Sergio Gomez (P)2021 Sergio Gomez

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Slasher goodness

pros:
decent story
some good, believable character development
a fun killer point of view (he'll probably be on both list)
kills are detailed and numerous
cons:
some superfluous characters (film makers, Barbie 1 being the most egregious)
some characters not being clearly introduced
odd supernatural elements that don't play in much or aren't fleshed out (superhearing!)
the killer borders on love letter to slasher classics and derivative until the scenes from his POV.

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too many survived

this was all and all a decent slasher story that was definitely paying tribute to Texas chainsaw and Friday the 13th, the only real issue I had with this one was that too many people survived at the end and that the survivers were the people you most wanted to get axed

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  • Jane Kelsey
  • 10-12-21

fun Slaughter book

it was enjoyable, this book was fun to read, enough gore to keep me going. but requires A LOT OF SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF!