Love Lies Dying

Love Lies Dying She was on his sofa reading a book She was a complete stranger And she was naked Her name was Zoe and she had survived a horrific ordeal Fleeing from trouble and the threat of death Zoe turned to h

  • Title: Love Lies Dying
  • Author: Steve Gerlach Brian Keene
  • ISBN: 9780976853152
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • She was on his sofa, reading a book She was a complete stranger And she was naked Her name was Zoe, and she had survived a horrific ordeal Fleeing from trouble and the threat of death, Zoe turned to her best friend, Helen Driving for three days straight, she arrived cold and hungry on Helen s doorstep But Helen was at work Leaving Helen s husband, John, and Zoe toShe was on his sofa, reading a book She was a complete stranger And she was naked Her name was Zoe, and she had survived a horrific ordeal Fleeing from trouble and the threat of death, Zoe turned to her best friend, Helen Driving for three days straight, she arrived cold and hungry on Helen s doorstep But Helen was at work Leaving Helen s husband, John, and Zoe togetherl alone Having escaped from a life of terror and violence, Zoe was sure she could hide with them for a while Just long enough to get back on her feet and her life in order again John s only mistake was to agree she could stay with them Because Zoe s past was fast catching up with her And that past would draw them all into a game of life and death By letting her stay, John had no idea of the horror that would be visited on them all For someone had a game to finish a game that could turn very deadly indeed LOVE LIES DYING You always love, The ones you hurt

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    850 thoughts on “Love Lies Dying”

    1. The past haunts the presentThis book was good I give it 4 stars because the build up was really slow. There are some parts in the book where I questioned if any person in their right mind would do. This book was good and it really didn't pick up until like towards the end. I do recommend this book it was really good.


    2. Damn what an erotic, fun and extremely disturbing novel. It was fairly long, and for most of the novel there were only two characters, but I was never bored.It seemed like the plot was obvious, saw things coming from a mile away, but the author threw in a few twists and turns that made this a fascinating read.


    3. This is a tough one. My first primal instinct is to just blurt out "It was fucking awesome!!! What a ride!!! Steve Gerlach, may man!!!" But this instinct is solely based on all of the hype I have heard about this book from circles of authors who I really love. And also the fact that the copy I have is the super-rare signed and numbered hardcover edition (Bloodletting Press, 2006.) I wish it were that simple, but it's totally not.In the introduction by Brian Keene (he also signed the book) he sta [...]


    4. This was a bloated, convoluted, verbose, piece of writing. It was like a sadistic soap opera and not in the hot Spank-Me-Daddy, I-want-your-body, kind of way. The first 300 pages could have been deleted, scratched, erased, eradicated, destroyed, sunk to the bottom of the ocean, used as toilet paper or fed to the hounds. Take your pick.You may be asking why I finished reading it then. Well, it's because I paid for it and I wanted my review to be valid when I called this read a craptastic, crapulo [...]


    5. Slow start and unbelievable male hero. He should be more sure of himself and suspicious.Yesterday I struggled some more and during my daily RSS-skimming I read bookriot/2012/05/10/abandod recognized there are books, which I had left abandoned and this might be one of them. I read Autopsy 1: Flesh of the Dead and liked it, but of course it is much shorter. And I went to the trouble to get Rage as a used paperback, as there is no ebook edition yet.So maybe Rage is better? Maybe not. I'll read and [...]


    6. I have a hard time giving this book 4 stars because it had so many problems. But in the end, it was hard to put down and I did enjoy it.My first observation is how difficult it is to read a book where the protagonist can't connect the dots when they are right in front of him. Listening to his naive and gullible thoughts is beyond painful. My biggest criticism of this book is that characters do not behave using any semblance of rational thought and quite frankly, it's hard to follow along when th [...]


    7. Negatives:* Predictable plot development* Long winded (at least 1/3 of the book was unnecessary)* American spelling instead of English (this is a pet hate of minee Australian authors ashamed of being Australian?)* No depth to the characters and characters do not develop during the story* Surrounding areas are not described in a way that allows you to easy imaginery bland* Dream sequences have no relevance to the story* Reads like someone is speaking in monotonePositives:* Ended with a good twist [...]


    8. Very good horror read bordering on extreme horror turf. If you loved Laymon you will love this although, having said that, Gerlach does have a voice of his own - and what a voice that is turning out to be in the Horror literature scene! Steve Gerlach is one of those authors at the top of my "grab as soon as it's released" list and that says exactly what I think of this author in a nutshell. If you like your horror to have an edge then this will fit - like a glove.


    9. Finally got around to reading this one and though subtler than I was expecting, I was very pulled in(despite being told ahead of time about a particularly big twist element to the story)by this amazing and accessible novel by the author of another powerhouse, RAGE. Can't wait for more, highly recommended to those not squeamish about violence or hard sex themes.


    10. I really think the storyline had alot in common with Laymon but the execution varied greatly. This was a very long book, but it managed to keep me going. Was worth it cause the ending was great. Twisted and disturbing read nonetheless.



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