Read on November 20, 2016
Synopsis: Andy and Bridget like to travel. Their windowless van is their home. Speeding across the Texas countryside they pick up hitchhikers and weary travelers who see the pair as a nice couple showing southern hospitality. However, Andy and Bridget are not what they seem. In their plain looking van, there is no telling which town they will pass through or who will they pick up next.
Bookish Things: 200 pages. The cover is simplistic but very apt. This story is most certainly not for the faint hearted folk.
Where to buy: Amazon on kindle for $2.89 or paperback for $9.99
While the finish of the story on the whole was a little rough around the edges (see things I noticed at the end of the review), the pace was fast enough that the issues didn’t detract from the story being told.
Some seriously messed up people in this book, none more so than that creepy little mistress of murder. She’s enough to seed nightmares for months.
Horrific in some of its simplicity, Rape Van offers a twisted view into the lives of serial killers. It included some imaginative ideas and sadistic scenes. One wicked little ride that will likely scare the bejesus out of readers and turn stomachs of all but a hardened few gore veterans.
I would have liked more time spent with the victims, it felt a little rushed at times, which detracted from the impact of some of the scenes.
An easy read in one sitting, if you dare.
The first Tim Miller read for me, but it won’t be the last.
A few things I noticed:
Pg 9 – …Why did you do that?” Mar(t)in screamed.
Pg 21 – Mar(t)in had gone completely hysterical…
Pg 56 – …I’ll get in(it) in the oven…
Pg 61 – chapter 6 needs to be on a new page.
Pg 189 – The(y) did pull back some, at least.