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Wedding Day Massacre Kindle Edition
I NOW PRONOUNCE YOUR END OF LIFE...
It's that special day. The day when everything's supposed to be perfect. The day when everyone is supposed to drink too much and party like it's nineteen-ninety-nine. A day when family and friends show their support for the beginning of a beautiful bond.
But what if someone wasn't there just to celebrate and have fun? What if the extravagant isolated destination was chosen for a more nefarious reason than assumed? What if someone at the ceremony held a dark secret? One that would see those in attendance slaughtered and humiliated in ways so nightmarish, they're beyond imagination. What if most everyone at the celebration had unknowingly attended a Wedding Day Massacre?
Splatterpunk Award nominated author Aron Beauregard extends his invitation to you.WARNING: This book contains graphic content. Reader discretion is advised.
- ASIN : B08YX5XLFX
- Publication date : March 12, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4336 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 254 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08YQR69NJ
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #212,800 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Having read The Slob and then Yellow, both absolutely fantastic books that I suggest you pick up, I dig into a big slice of Wedding Day Massacre cake. In all honesty all three of these books have a different flavor, but the brutal carnage we all love is at the heart of them all. Beauregard has a seemingly natural talent of bringing the macabre to life from the paper and injecting it straight into your minds eye!
Wedding Day Massacre is a quaint story that begins off rather harmless. Taylor is the type of woman you do NOT want your son marrying, and Sebastian seems so sweet, innocent, and naive toward her actions and indiscretions. Taylor has one thing on her mind when it comes to Sebastian, and that is money. She always gets what she wants, and she has a plan to have money without having to get off her back. Sebastian on the other hand decides he will generously pay for the entire wedding, and the bride’s mother and father do not have to pay for anything. He finds the perfect venue at the newly renovated, and still unopened to the public Biltmore Hotel. The hotel has very fond nostalgic memories for Sebastian, and Taylor loves the idea of the lavish location.
As the bells ring and the party begins everyone seems to be having the time of their lives. However, someone in the party has something else on their mind rather than love, life, and happiness. Chaos, brutality, and utter madness is sure to unfold at the hands of a devious mind. I hope Sebastian and Taylor have insurance for any damages.
Of course, with a name such as Wedding Day Massacre you can expect to be reading much more than a story of a beautiful day of nuptials. However, Aron slowly builds up the story. Meticulously plotting everything out to a fine point. It was about a quarter of the way into the book that I thought, “here we go!” Nevertheless, the payoff was spectacular, and there were some absolutely gruesome and amazing segments! My personal favorite chapter was Piledriver. Especially, after a segment of The Written in Red Podcast hosted my Aron Beauregard, Carver Pike, Daniel J. Volpe, and Rowland Bercey Jr. you should check out the podcast if you haven’t, your four episodes behind! Then join The Written In Red Podcast Discussion Facebook group! I digress. Although, I loved many aspects there were two chapters that I felt were too quick. I only wished that they weren’t so abruptly fast paced. These chapters would be Bouquet Bloodbath and Boogie Down. Although fantastic I found myself almost feeling like, “ah, man I don’t want to leave the party yet.” However, Aron Beauregard pulls off a flawless ending that caught me by surprise. Maybe I wasn’t paying attention, but I feel it was a very clever sleight of hand finale.
All in all, I give Wedding Day Massacre by Aron Beauregard four solid stars out of five stars. As I stated, I tried not to compare this novel to The Slob and Yellow. It is unique in its own way. I only deducted one star for the build up, and the fact that the two chapters I really would have like to see drawn out with more torture and depravity. However, I understand the page length would have gotten extensive, and possibly redundant if they were expanded upon. I just wanted more MASSACRE! Nevertheless, once again Beauregard sealed the deal, and delivered another fantastic novel! Truly a unique and original story piece, and the Aron Beauregard book I suggested that my lovely wife Brandy reads first. Oh, she’s in for a treat! Until next time, my friends.
I originally reviewed this as 4 stars on Goodreads. This is a hostage situation where a wedding participant and a mysterious figure hold the whole reception under their iron fist. A series of brutal competitions and torture plays out as the cast dwindles to a potential survivor to “live to tell the tale”.
I had a disconnect with the story. I did not like many of the characters (the maintenance worker and the European girl were two I recall rooting for). That is not to say I hated them either. In retrospect, the story is one big satirical take on some culture and behavior patterns. In that mission, the book succeeds tremendously.
I read it all in one sitting. If you like extreme horror, grab this story.
Some extreme horror authors are just writing one appalling thing after another, high in the "wtf" category but lacking greatly in the storyline. This was a very well thought out story, with fantastic character development, emotion eliciting characters, and an edge of your seat vibe. Its been a while since an extreme horror novel had me fiendishly turning pages like this.
I will not spoil, but it typical Beauregard fashion, he kills the ending.
Aron had caught my attention with his putrid portrayal of filth and depravity in The Slob- a contender for a splatterpunk award. It turned out to be one of the best extreme horror novels I have ever had the grotesque pleasure of reading.
Well, Aron’s newest American nightmare far exceeds my unquenchable thirst for gory literature.
I really don’t want to get into plot details because, as with The Slob, I feel knowing less makes the blood stricken adventure all the more merrier. As a writer myself, I couldn’t help but be absolutely floored at how the author visually fleshed out each scene of madness and torture as if he were watching the monumental death parade unfold right before his very eyes, as he intricately wrote it. It was incredible to say the least.
I’d also like to shine light on the author’s utmost talent at ensuring each of his characters are uniquely different, at the best possible situations. Love or hate the main character, I found him to be one of the most insanely entertaining aspects of this grisly little tale of woe.....and unmistakable revenge.
Seriously, do yourself a favor and support anything this author puts out. He obviously knows his stuff....and his intended audience.
If you’ve got the stomach for it I would highly recommend checking out his work!
By Tabathe on March 16, 2021
If you’ve got the stomach for it I would highly recommend checking out his work!
Top reviews from other countries
Nothing is off limits and this is possibly the most gruesome book I have ever read.
This really pushed the mind into corners that I never expected and kept me wondering what was coming around the next corner.
Once again Aron has blown me away with the death and destruction his characters cause. I kinda sided with Sebastian in this one.
I enjoyed every gore soaked page and I'm now I need of more Jinx.