Spawn of Hell

Spawn of Hell None

  • Title: Spawn of Hell
  • Author: William Schoell
  • ISBN: 9780843921120
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-08-04T11:52:11+00:00

    About "William Schoell"

    1. William Schoell

      WILLIAM SCHOELL was born in Manhattan where he resides He is the author of over thirty five books in various genres, including celebrity biographies some written with co author Lawrence J Quirk horror suspense novels biographies of such people as Edgar Allan Poe and Giuseppe Verdi for young people and books on the performing arts and pop culture He has been a radio producer and talk show host, worked for Columbia pictures, and is a blogger, playwright, and activist.

    817 thoughts on “Spawn of Hell”


    1. I am not a snob, and I usually enjoy trashy 80s horror. The one thing I ask is that it isn't boring. Spawn of Hell fails at this. The story could have been told in 150 pages, not 400. Spending the first 100 pages on character studies of extremely uninteresting people sucked all of the fun out of the book. Once the setting changed I was relieved, but it became more of the same, describing in detail the disappointing love life of a secondary character we just met. The dialogue is wooden and laugha [...]


    2. I couldn't stop reading this book even at times I wanted to. I would feel goosebumps on my arms and imagine noises into the night. Definately stays with you when you're finished. If you are looking for an adrenaline rush this is the right book for you. A science project gone wrong leads to some really freaked out individuals. Read this if you dare. Overall, rate this a 3.5 star.


    3. Pitch perfect 1980s horror fun. William Schoell swung for the fences his first time out as a horror writer, and even if he didn't hit the ball completely over the fence, he scored a couple RBIs with this one. As other reviewers have mentioned, the relationship between the protagonist and his supermodel girlfriend is the weakest part of the book, and a little too much time is spent on their relationship. That said, who cares? I don't read books like this for realistic romantic drama anyway. What [...]


    4. I enjoyed the descriptions of the protagonists' sexual affair and their careful attention to it while in the midst of a battle with a fatal mutant blob rising from the sewers. In my defense, I read it when I was ten.


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