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    REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller I received a copy of this novel thanks to Open Media Publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review my thanks for the opportunityWhen I saw this novel had accolades from Stephen King I figured it was going to be really awesome I was wrong Really wrong I am not uite sure WHY the accolades from an author such as King but there we goSlob has the promise of being a really good read it's about a nearly 50

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    REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller Rex Miller Ä 6 CHARACTERS (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] Hard boiled wound up for the 1980s A serial killer's serial killer literally bigger than life If it's possible metaphors for metaphors all delivered at a breakneck pace

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    (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] Rex Miller Ä 6 CHARACTERS REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller Wow what a disappointment this book was I have wanted to read this book for years because of the high praise it receives in the crime fictionhorror world but this is really a bad book Maybe back in 1987 when it came out it was fresh and shocking but even time can't excuse the threadbare plot the cardboard characters and the bloody awful endin

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    Rex Miller Ä 6 CHARACTERS DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] When I spied this book on the paperback rack years ago and then looked closer to see my favorite author Stephen King endorsed it as a 'terrifying and original novel' on the cover that was all I needed to know and I bought it Okay depending on the circumstances I'm easy But I trusted in the King and my trust was validated when I read Rex Mi

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    REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] Whoa this one was pretty mind blowing Lets start with the prose over the top high octane The cadence felt like a staccato blast of a heavy caliber machine gun In terms of horror fiction I have not previously felt an author's voice come through the prose like it did in the Slob highly manic and forceful As I was reading I

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    REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller Brutal FictionWhen I realized that Open Road Media had reissued Rex Miller's Chaingang book I was excited It's been manyyears since I read Slob and dove right inIt's still amazingDaniel Chaingang Bunkowski is a killer He wasn't born a killer h

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    (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] Rex Miller Ä 6 CHARACTERS DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller Mr Millers first novel in his Chaingang series with the 6'7 almost 500 pound Daniel Bunkowskithe killing machine

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    REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller (EPUB) [Slob By Rex Miller] I heard about Slob from one of my GR groups The idea of a 500 pound serial killer sounded intriguing but it failed to deliver I liked the section on how a serial killer is made And the chapter with the serial killer and the puppies was touching But the rest was just so so

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REVIEW Slob By Rex Miller

CHARACTERS Slob By Rex Miller î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller Stephen King hails Rex Miller as terrifying and original Slob is his debut novel the story of a man who thinks of himself as Death A man wholikes to feast on human hearts spilling blood wherever he goes Jack Eichord is the detective who must hunt this. Treasure of the Rubbermaids 4 The Sound of the Men Working on the Chain Gang The on going discoveries of priceless books and comics found in a stack of Rubbermaid containers previously stored and forgotten at my parent s house and untouched for almost 20 years Thanks to my father dumping them back on me I now spend my spare time unearthing lost treasures from their plastic depthsEven though it s been over twenty years I remember why I bought this book Back in the pre Internet days if you didn t live in a large city books didn t get a lot of media attention So when the nearest mid sized city paper had an article about an author and his book was described as new gory crimehorror series featuring an outlandish villain that had been endorsed by the likes of Stephen King and Harlan Ellison it got my attention If I remember correctly the author was from Missouri and it was getting treated as a local boy makes good story so somebody was smart enough to stock his book at the local Waldens so I got a copy fairly easilyUnfortunately Rex Miller was ahead of his time He created a character so gruesome and despicable that he would have fit in better in the torture porn that passes for horror these days I don t think the series ever really broke big the way it seemed like it would I know I never read any of his other books because even my late teen self had better taste than thatThere s a cop named Jack Eichord who is part of some kind of national task force that s not well explained who is supposed to be a serial killer expert and he s come to Chicago to help find a lunatic who is cutting the hearts out of people He meets the beautiful widow of one of the victims who was killed a few years before and they instantly fall deeply in love So he hangs around her and her kid That s about it For being a cop he seemingly does very little police workThat s because the main part of this book is about a 6 7 450 lb psychopath I think the author read Daredevil comics and based this guy on the Kingpin The psycho was called Chaingang when he was a one man killing machine in Vietnam because he likes to use a hunk of chain to crush the skulls of his targets when he s feeling frisky Not only is Chaingang completely shithouse rat crazy he s also brilliant Because all serial killers in fiction are brilliant Oh and he also has a low level of precognition that warns him of danger If Miller would have stopped there he might have been on to something The idea of an oversized deranged murderer roaming around could have been a new twist on the serial killer but he had to keep adding things to Chaingang to the point of where a suspension of disbelief is impossible We re supposed to think that a jumbo sized guy who can t go fifteen minutes without raping and killing someone as he lugs around a giant duffel bag full of weapons and gear somehow manages to bounce around without getting noticed by the cops for years Even with his psychic warning system that seems kind of unlikely And not only is Chaingang brilliant we re told that he s a master con man who can talk a beautiful woman into a vehicle by pretending to be a movie producer Seriously what woman would look at a 450 lb stranger in a piece of shit car filled with fast foot wrappers and jump in with him We re also supposed to believe that Chaingang is a master thief Because who would notice a giant covered in blood and food stains walking around stealing shitSo while Chaingang could have made an interesting and uniue villain Miller pushed the concept way past the point of absurdity Even for a schlock horrorcrime novel there s almost no logic to the plot At one point the Chicago police want to pin Chaingang s murders on a copycat killer and even though Eichord knows that the evidence won t pass the simplest forensic tests he agrees to be their mouthpiece for the media to sell the story for no good reason even though he thinks the idea is stupid Plus the love story between Eichord and the widow is unbelievable and completely pointless except to add sex scenes to the storyOverall there was a halfway decent potential villain lurking in this book but Miller spent too much time adding new unbelievable twists to his creation to come up with any plot for him or another interesting character in the whole book 奔馬 untouched for almost 20 years Thanks to my father dumping them back on me I now spend my spare time Last to Die unearthing lost treasures from their plastic depthsEven though it s been over twenty years I remember why I bought this book Back in the pre Internet days if you didn t live in a large city books didn t get a lot of media attention So when the nearest mid sized city paper had an article about an author and his book was described as new gory crimehorror series featuring an outlandish villain that had been endorsed by the likes of Stephen King and Harlan Ellison it got my attention If I remember correctly the author was from Missouri and it was getting treated as a local boy makes good story so somebody was smart enough to stock his book at the local Waldens so I got a copy fairly easilyUnfortunately Rex Miller was ahead of his time He created a character so gruesome and despicable that he would have fit in better in the torture porn that passes for horror these days I don t think the series ever really broke big the way it seemed like it would I know I never read any of his other books because even my late teen self had better taste than thatThere s a cop named Jack Eichord who is part of some kind of national task force that s not well explained who is supposed to be a serial killer expert and he s come to Chicago to help find a lunatic who is cutting the hearts out of people He meets the beautiful widow of one of the victims who was killed a few years before and they instantly fall deeply in love So he hangs around her and her kid That s about it For being a cop he seemingly does very little police workThat s because the main part of this book is about a 6 7 450 lb psychopath I think the author read Daredevil comics and based this guy on the Kingpin The psycho was called Chaingang when he was a one man killing machine in Vietnam because he likes to Night Moves use a hunk of chain to crush the skulls of his targets when he s feeling frisky Not only is Chaingang completely shithouse rat crazy he s also brilliant Because all serial killers in fiction are brilliant Oh and he also has a low level of precognition that warns him of danger If Miller would have stopped there he might have been on to something The idea of an oversized deranged murderer roaming around could have been a new twist on the serial killer but he had to keep adding things to Chaingang to the point of where a suspension of disbelief is impossible We re supposed to think that a jumbo sized guy who can t go fifteen minutes without raping and killing someone as he lugs around a giant duffel bag full of weapons and gear somehow manages to bounce around without getting noticed by the cops for years Even with his psychic warning system that seems kind of Dark Tide Rising William Monk #24 unlikely And not only is Chaingang brilliant we re told that he s a master con man who can talk a beautiful woman into a vehicle by pretending to be a movie producer Seriously what woman would look at a 450 lb stranger in a piece of shit car filled with fast foot wrappers and jump in with him We re also supposed to believe that Chaingang is a master thief Because who would notice a giant covered in blood and food stains walking around stealing shitSo while Chaingang could have made an interesting and Bridge of Clay uniue villain Miller pushed the concept way past the point of absurdity Even for a schlock horrorcrime novel there s almost no logic to the plot At one point the Chicago police want to pin Chaingang s murders on a copycat killer and even though Eichord knows that the evidence won t pass the simplest forensic tests he agrees to be their mouthpiece for the media to sell the story for no good reason even though he thinks the idea is stupid Plus the love story between Eichord and the widow is Gargoyles of Gaylord Michigan Chillers unbelievable and completely pointless except to add sex scenes to the storyOverall there was a halfway decent potential villain lurking in this book but Miller spent too much time adding new Yellow Brick War unbelievable twists to his creation to come The Complete Excuses Handbook The Definitive Guide to Avoiding Blame and Shirking Responsibility for All Your Own Miserable Failings and Sloppy Mistakes up with any plot for him or another interesting character in the whole book

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Slob By Rex Miller

CHARACTERS Slob By Rex Miller î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller Human monster and genius killer Years of working as a homicide detective for the Chicago Police department has hardened Eichord to things that would make most men turn and flee But even he is not prepared for the labyrinthine search underground as he t. When I spied this book on the paperback rack years ago and then looked closer to see my favorite author Stephen King endorsed it as a terrifying and original novel on the cover that was all I needed to know and I bought it Okay depending on the circumstances I m easy But I trusted in the King and my trust was validated when I read Rex Miller s first novel SLOB Like Stephen King s best known works this is horror that feels believably street level realMiller also gives us a villain unlike any ever seen before in the history of horror literatureThe villain in uestion is a repulsive mountain of a man who was born Daniel Edward Flowers Bunkowski and the narrative explained him in part this way He has had extremely violent sexual fantasies for as long as he has memory Because of his uniue childhood they predate puberty He fantasized in pitch black locked closets inside a stifling metal box chained under a filthy homemade bed in a cell called the hole a thousand places on Death Row in The Max in The Nam on a hundred night patrols on his lonely wonderful one man ambushes on foot in cars in countless hiding places He has the gifts of patience and stillness and in his long still waiting times he fantasizes unspeakable thingsFrom an unspeakable childhood to night patrol in the military under the callsign CHAINGANG to federal prison and horribly terribly free his life formed him into a serial killer unlike any other Even when he killed for his country it was said he killed a man for each pound of his weight and he was huge breaking the scale at 500 pounds For him normal civilized society might as well be an alien land He s a hunter killer death in stinking repulsive flesh as brilliant as he is insane a murderer unlike any other who can kill in a thousand ways but favors his coil of tractor strength safety chain He s killing his way across Illinois and a very human achingly ordinary Chicago police detective named Jack Eichord is fated to stand in this nightmare s pathTalk about books that aren t for kids SLOB is almost relentless in its very contemporary horror about a fictional serial killerindeed Miller s prose is often at its most gripping when he focuses on Bunkowski and his terrible exploits It s fascinating to be given a glimpse into a how a monster s mind works and you ll be tempted to cringe when he commits one horrible murder after another this novel isn t shy about bringing every ugly detail of his acts to life That makes it all the comforting even a source of relief when the focus shifts on Jack Eichord a very human detective and former drunk just doing the best he can Watching them on their separate paths and seeing how they come together in a brutal kill or die collision course glued me to the pagesjust be warned that this novel is a darker bloodier ride than even I can say in this review Lawrence Ferlinghetti versei underground as he t. When I spied this book on the paperback rack years ago and then looked closer to see my favorite author Stephen King endorsed it as a terrifying and original novel on the cover that was all I needed to know and I bought it Okay depending on the circumstances I m easy But I trusted in the King and my trust was validated when I read Rex Miller s first novel SLOB Like Stephen King s best known works this is horror that feels believably street level realMiller also gives A Coney Island of the Mind Poems us a villain Fearful Hunter #1 unlike any ever seen before in the history of horror literatureThe villain in The Wedding Day uestion is a repulsive mountain of a man who was born Daniel Edward Flowers Bunkowski and the narrative explained him in part this way He has had extremely violent sexual fantasies for as long as he has memory Because of his Promise Me Tomorrow uniue childhood they predate puberty He fantasized in pitch black locked closets inside a stifling metal box chained Irresistible Intruder under a filthy homemade bed in a cell called the hole a thousand places on Death Row in The Max in The Nam on a hundred night patrols on his lonely wonderful one man ambushes on foot in cars in countless hiding places He has the gifts of patience and stillness and in his long still waiting times he fantasizes The Ripening Sun One Woman and the Creation of a Vineyard unspeakable thingsFrom an The Razor's Edge unspeakable childhood to night patrol in the military The Old Man Who Loved Cheese under the callsign CHAINGANG to federal prison and horribly terribly free his life formed him into a serial killer Doll 87th Precinct #20 unlike any other Even when he killed for his country it was said he killed a man for each pound of his weight and he was huge breaking the scale at 500 pounds For him normal civilized society might as well be an alien land He s a hunter killer death in stinking repulsive flesh as brilliant as he is insane a murderer Adam Green's Book Of Hollow Days unlike any other who can kill in a thousand ways but favors his coil of tractor strength safety chain He s killing his way across Illinois and a very human achingly ordinary Chicago police detective named Jack Eichord is fated to stand in this nightmare s pathTalk about books that aren t for kids SLOB is almost relentless in its very contemporary horror about a fictional serial killerindeed Miller s prose is often at its most gripping when he focuses on Bunkowski and his terrible exploits It s fascinating to be given a glimpse into a how a monster s mind works and you ll be tempted to cringe when he commits one horrible murder after another this novel isn t shy about bringing every Stolen Stronger #1 ugly detail of his acts to life That makes it all the comforting even a source of relief when the focus shifts on Jack Eichord a very human detective and former drunk just doing the best he can Watching them on their separate paths and seeing how they come together in a brutal kill or die collision course glued me to the pagesjust be warned that this novel is a darker bloodier ride than even I can say in this review

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CHARACTERS Slob By Rex Miller î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB DOWNLOAD Õ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä Rex Miller Rails the killer and his hostages through the sewer system of the city Eichord thinks that he is beginning to understand thediabolical man and his patterns of violencebut can he guess the next victim in time before it is too late for the woman he loves. Mr Millers first novel in his Chaingang series with the 6 7 almost 500 pound Daniel Bunkowskithe killing machine And the nowsober serial killer specialist detective Jack Eichord picked to stop himMiller who really goes into great detaildescriptionsatmosphere and the smells of the booze that once took over Jack s life Myself being sober for 9 12 years I really feel the author had real past experience in this subject Back to Chaingang he needs to kill and does he ever uite the debut back in the 80 sand I have the rest of the series to see what happens between Jack Daniel Bunkowski First We'll Kill My Husband understand thediabolical man and his patterns of violencebut can he guess the next victim in time before it is too late for the woman he loves. Mr Millers first novel in his Chaingang series with the 6 7 almost 500 pound Daniel Bunkowskithe killing machine And the nowsober serial killer specialist detective Jack Eichord picked to stop himMiller who really goes into great detaildescriptionsatmosphere and the smells of the booze that once took over Jack s life Myself being sober for 9 12 years I really feel the author had real past experience in this subject Back to Chaingang he needs to kill and does he ever Jingle Bell Rock uite the debut back in the 80 sand I have the rest of the series to see what happens between Jack Daniel Bunkowski

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  • Slob By Rex Miller
  • Rex Miller
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  • 10 November 2018
  • 9781585861552