Sunday, January 6, 2019


Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey

Publisher: Sinister Grin Press
Published: July 15, 2018
Pages: 289

I’ve had this book on my Kindle for along time but circumstances kept me from reading it. Well, I had the day off and I started this in the morning and finished it later in the afternoon! I couldn’t put it down!

The author writes in a way that the reader is able to picture what is going on in unbelievable detail. The creatures are horrific, the black fluids are gross, the yellow, honey colored mucus is disgusting! I loved this line “the flavor of death crawled over her tongue, dove down her throat, landed in her stomach and bubbled it’s contents like a boiling broth.” That’s fantastic!!

Mr. Meyer is a great story teller, I think I’ve found another favorite author! Horror fans really need to add this one to their BTR lists!!

These woods are dark and full of monsters… 

In 1991, hell was unleashed upon Saint Christopher’s Summer Camp for Kids. The killers left behind piles of bodies and rivers of blood. Some say a family of inbred cannibals was responsible. A masked psychopath with a butcher's knife is another popular theory. Some still believe a camp counselor lost his mind and went crazy on everyone with an axe. But there’s also the mysterious, derelict factory that sits nearby, atop Kill Hill. A place where urban legends are manufactured, the grotesque and bizarre.
Twenty-five years later, the factory on Kill Hill is still said to be operational, but no one can get near it. It’s safely guarded along with the secrets within. But there are a few loose strings and hitman Frank Harmon has been sent to tie them up. His kill list is short, but the night is long and full of unspeakable horrors. With the help of a few college students on an impromptu camping adventure, Frank must contain the mess at Kill Hill before it spreads to the neighboring towns. Before it infects the entire country. Before it invades the entire world.
From the fantastical, high-octane mind of Tim Meyer, author of Sharkwater Beach and In the House of Mirrors, comes his most frightening tale yet! Summer camp this year is at your own risk.

Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey

Received a BS degree in Marketing from Indiana University 1982. Have worked in the retail business for the last 19yrs. Raised 4 children, 3 have graduated college. I love animals and reading. Reading has become as much a part of my life as eating! If it’s not done a couple times a day, I feel starved!

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