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Yellow Kindle Edition
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF THEY TOOK EVERYTHING?
Oliver Fitch has a troubling issue; he lives in a state of constant terror. After purchasing a convenience store in a once civil society, the streets around him have rapidly devolved into utter lawlessness. They're now festering with sinister gutter scum that only live to harass and intimidate him. His pathetic profits are gouged under the threat of violence and there isn't a damn thing he can do about it. Because in a city with no rules, where the sun never shines, the authorities are no help. In fact, they're an equal part of the problem.
The relentless fear of confrontation is so obvious that even Oliver's wife Lydia has grown to resent his spineless existence. The absence of bravado opens the door to a horrific home invasion that leaves the miserable pair savagely maimed. From there, things only get worse until the criminal leeches have taken everything. Until there's nothing left inside but hate and the gnawing hunger for revenge. Until a switch finally flips and Oliver realizes that they all have to die.
WARNING: This book contains graphic content. Reader discretion is advised.
- ASIN : B08R2H32V5
- Publication date : January 1, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4957 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 208 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08RRMS83G
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #132,411 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Yellow is a very interesting tale that I really enjoyed. I love rooting for an underdog, one who is bullied, or kicked around their entire life. I’ve been on the receiving end of some bullying, minor compared to this book, but it still sucks. I do not condone bullying, and Yellow was a great release for me of things I would say every bullied person has thought of revenge at some point. However, thinking is one thing. Oliver takes action!
Oliver and his wife Lydia are the owners of the Stop ‘N Go. Oliver bought the convenience store with the hopes of a better future for them. However, their shop and home are now a part of the slums. Scumbags run rampant, crooked cops, and weirdos who think they are the devil himself.
Oliver is seemingly a punching bag until one day a degenerate named Angel makes a big deal over his cigarettes. He makes a scene, and threatens both Oliver and Lydia. His only friend Ramon comes in, basically the only patron who pays, and spouts off to Officer Thomas when he doesn’t pay for his doughnuts and nudy mag. What happens after is Oliver’s undoing.
After the many years of being kicked around by everyone, including his wife, attackers break in and brutally violate and beat him and his wife. Oliver is hospitalized a bit longer than Lydia due to his injuries being so severe. He is torn down both physically and mentally, but when he’s released his wife is waiting for him he knows. However, he hears news from none other than Officer Thomas that Ramon has been arrested for child pornography along with a myriad of charges. He tells Oliver to watch out. This is the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Oliver sees red!
The rest of the book is a bloodbath of brutal savagery at its finest in Splatterpunk! Oliver seeks revenge on all of the ones who have kicked him around for years, and if it cleans up the streets a bit as a byproduct he is happy with that. No one ever suspects someone who has always came across meek, mild, or Yellow to throw down. Or does someone know Oliver’s intentions? Will he be pinned by the crooked cops? Will he get any revenge? Or will the joke, once again, be on him?
I have to say, I absolutely admire Aron Beauregard’s twisted mind, eloquent and vicious writing style, his way he can describe the brutal, disgusting, and macabre in so many different colorful adjectives. Any revenge story is fabulous, but Aron pulls Yellow off with finesse. The ending is absolutely perfect in my opinion. The grotesque horror is absolutely vivid. Yellow runs the gamut from blood and guts, to sexual violation, to torture, necrophilia, satanic symbolism, and so many more disturbing topics many writers simply do not have the cajones to tackle.
I have to give Yellow by Aron Beauregard four and half stars out of five stars. I cannot complain about much of this book, and Mr. Beauregard you one again blew me away! I can say I am definitely a fan now, even though you had me at The Slob. I only deduct half a star because I wanted to see a certain big bad get it a lot worse than they did. In fact I think they got off easy from Oliver’s wrath. I also kept having Alice Cooper’s No More Mr. Nice Guy popping in my head throughout the read. I cannot wait to read Wedding Day Massacre! Until next time, my friends.
The MC Oliver takes plenty of hits in this book and when he’s had enough it shows! It was great watching Oliver take on every person that ever did him wrong. Beauregard’s descriptiveness with each victim had me feeling like I had a front row seat. As a reader I love nothing more than feeling like I am in the story even if it is gruesome.
If you love extreme horror this is one to add to your reading list. It was very well written! Great character development with Oliver too. The author had me feeling bad for the guy and then rooting for him during his killing spree.
I cannot wait to check out more from Beauregard. Yellow was a great introduction to his work, and I look forward to reading more of his page turning gore.
PS, I want to see Ollie and The Punisher team up on an adventure, Aron.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 11, 2021
From beginning to end,this book does not give the reader a breather. At first we are forced to feel the protagonist’s pain as he is savagely debased and assaulted. Then we are made to feel the pain of his victims as the protagonist exacts maniacal revenge on the network of scum that plagues the city and its meek inhabitants.
The prose is often poetic and not without humour. Thanks to one vivid description, I will never look at “Steve Urkel’s accordion” the same way. If you have read the book you know what I’m talking about.
I’m looking forward to reading more by this author.