Heinous

Heinous HEINOUS An ancient evil born in the fire at the dawn of time with an insatiable hunger for violence and dread Cursed with a weak physical form in our plane of reality HEINOUS seeks out hosts to do his

  • Title: Heinous
  • Author: Jonathan Moon
  • ISBN: 9781461096221
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • HEINOUS An ancient evil born in the fire at the dawn of time with an insatiable hunger for violence and dread Cursed with a weak physical form in our plane of reality HEINOUS seeks out hosts to do his bidding and feed his need for brutality and atrocity Gavin Wagner is a decent kid from a happy home not exactly the kind of person you think of as an instrument of evil GHEINOUS An ancient evil born in the fire at the dawn of time with an insatiable hunger for violence and dread Cursed with a weak physical form in our plane of reality HEINOUS seeks out hosts to do his bidding and feed his need for brutality and atrocity Gavin Wagner is a decent kid from a happy home not exactly the kind of person you think of as an instrument of evil Gavin spends his time hanging out with his friend, smoking ganja, and wandering around the woods After making a sinister discovery in the woods Gavin becomes the newest host for HEINOUS, a monster unlike any other Gavin is forced to witness the despicable visions of former hosts as the demon instructs him to destroy those he loves most Gavin struggles for control as Heinous unleashes him on a wild spree of terror with only one possible outcome.

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      Jonathan Moon Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Heinous book, this is one of the most wanted Jonathan Moon author readers around the world.

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    1. Before I started on Heinous, I assumed it was going to be something like Mr. Moon's Nightmares, which was a series of short stories and novellas with some intertwined themes to it. Instead, this was a single tale-a tale about Gavin, a somewhat normal teenager that occasionally has dark visions of torture and other disturbing things run through his mind. Still, he seems relatively innocent, and carefree, living his life in a college town hanging out with his best friend and not worry about much o [...]


    2. I​ ​am​ ​picky​ ​when​ ​it​ ​comes​ ​to​ ​horror.​ ​Many​ ​of​ ​us​ ​grew​ ​up​ ​on​ ​Stephen​ ​King​ ​and​ while ​I​ ​would​ ​not​ ​change that​ ​personally,​ ​I​ ​have​ ​little​ ​interest​ ​in​ ​a​ ​repeat​ ​of​ ​those​ ​types​ ​of​ ​stories these days.​ ​I​ ​bring​ ​this​ ​up because​​ ​I​ ​wasn’t​ ​sure​ ​about​ ​this​ [...]


    3. If you are reading this, then chances are that you are a big fan of horror. You like to be scared. You like to feel uncomfortable. You like to see and read things that make you squirm. But being the big fan of horror that you are, you've probably seen it all and haven't seen or read anything that has truly terrified you in years. I get it, I feel the same way. It's hard to be shocking in today's world.Jonathan Moon has found a way to be shocking in today's world.Even if you've read his collectio [...]


    4. Mr. Moon takes demon possession to an extreme horrorcore level. Leaving behind hundreds of scattered bodies, tortured, decapitated, raped and buried. This is a story of death from within, crawling through the mind and giving your fingertips and eyes a blood thirsty vivid visual of what Mr. Moon can write. Damn this is a great book.


    5. Review from the wife:Very vivid, well written horror. The first sequence felt overly long(A quarter of the book?!) but the stream-of-consciousness style of it was well done. She said it was very gruesome, very over-the-top in the depravity- exactly her style of horror! She said Moon may be her new favorite horror author. She said that his mise-en-scene was reminiscent of Clive Barker, with an extra helping of sexual openness, and that his tone was perfect for it-clear and concise, but with a ver [...]


    6. Usually when something is over hyped I tend to end up feeling let down. But in this case I found myself woefully unprepared by the hype and praise when I read Heinous. I was told by everyone how gory and disturbing it was but I figured I've been into horror since grade school and nothing really ever gets to me. Don't get me wrong, this book is terribly gory and brutal but what is truly scary about it is the humanity the Jonathan Moon puts into it. I can't think of the last time I've liked a book [...]


    7. Jonathan Moon is one of the best and most consistent horror writers currently operating in independent fiction and Heinous is a perfect example of that.The easiest way I can describe Heinous is, take a little bit of Stephen King, circa: The Body, add in some Clive Barker, hellish, grotesquely beautiful, nightmare imagery, ala': Maybe, The Hellbound Heart and you have a horror story with a lot of heart and devastation.Whereas most of Moon's contemporary peers tend to wade in the B-movie/comic boo [...]


    8. Mr. Moon's Heinous is, indeed summed up by his own descriptor---Horrorcore!Though the beginning of the book seems to unfold in a foggy haze, one in which you have no idea what direction the tale is about to take, it quickly steamrolls into an ocean of blood. Moments of twisted levity drive the characters home and make you chuckle with macabre glee at the oddest of moments---in a good way.By the end I was wishing there was MORE of the story to read. Especially regarding the latter half of the mai [...]


    9. It isn't just the story that stands out in Mr. Moon's stellar book - It's the writing itself. It's rare for a debut novel to include such great prose. The book moves back and forth from dreams to reality, and the writing is so strong that the two blend together and create a brutal, haunting story that stays with you. It may take a bit of adjusting to the present tense style that the book's written in, and it isn't my favorite style, but it's done well and actually serves the book by adding an et [...]


    10. Jonathan Moon is consistent in many ways: he's original, he blends scares and gruesome imagery with the best of them, and his writing is excellent. On the outside, Heinous is a tale of possession, but it's not the kind you've read about time and time again. It is more among of the lines of Blatty's Exorcist but with cosmic-like demon's worthy of Lovecraft's Old Ones, and dripping with Barker's taste for blood. Heinous is so much more than a possession tale--its fresh, exciting, and terrifying! H [...]


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