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Years with the twisted backwoodsman who pulled him from the wreckage Dave is carrying out a plan to replace each of his lost loved ones with members of nearby unsu. When I first discovered this I saw the blurb about Richard Laymon and I was interested It s got a Laymon feel but it doesn t have the violence or the sex but the vibe of Laymon is in the way the story is told Dismember isn t a violent book by any means but what it lacks in violence it s made up for in the story You almost want to root for Davy because he s a villian yet one who is actually a victim himself Twenty three years later we find that Davy is looking to rebuild the family he lost and that s where the book shines knowing Davy s back story you feel for bad for him but on the other hand you don t want him fulfill his uest It s a uest that happens on Davy s birthday and you can almost feel the madness and longing for the family that he lost Mr Boots essentially kidnapped Davy and ruined any chance he had for a normal life what happens to Mr Boots and the transformation that Davy undergoes as the book draws to ita conclusion propels this book forward and makes it impossible to put down The ending isn t what I expected at all but in a book like this you don t expect all the pieces to fit snuggly together and it s a bit shocking and I can t help but wonder if there s a seuel planned All in all Dismember is a solid read that I highly recommend fans of horror and Laymon will find a lot to love about this book

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Specting families He has prepared he's stalked and now his chance has come to get his family safely out of the mountains once and for all Whether they like it or no. Fast read and a good amount of suspense to keep the reader interested and on the edge of the seat Ending leaves you wanting to know

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The summer he turned seven Dave Abbott survived a gruesome mountainside car accident that left the rest of his family savaged and dead Now after living twenty three. First off I want to say that I love the ending to this book and the reason is because of Daniel Pyle s ability to make the reader sympathize with the character Dave During the course of reading the book I went back and forth on a roller coaster ride of sympathy between the victims of Dave and the former victim Dave The strongly developed characters allowed me to feel like this until by the end of the book I didn t know who I was cheering for And the ending although I ve seen some readers disapprove or feel let down I loved it A very well written and suspenseful novel by PyleNOTE ADDED 172012 Another aspect of Daniel Pyle s writing style I like is his use of creative similes and metaphors which are uniue to the particular point of view of the character we are seeing the events through For example when the station wagon hits the moose in the beginning it crumples like the pages of an old wet comic book from the point of view of six year old Davy


10 thoughts on “Dismember

  1. says:

    The cover was probably the best part of the whole experience and the blurb about Richard Laymon finding this to be something to grin from by Ketchum annoyed me as I read on No he wouldn’t someone who reads a lot of horror is one thing but writing a good book is a whole other ordeal This reads as if it was written by a kid there m

  2. says:

    I first encountered Pyle's writing in an anthology and his short form proved good enough to try the long one Dismember didn't disappoint Brutal kidnapping thriller with enough gore to appeal to seasoned horror fans and enough scares to make the parents watch their children intensely than ever And yet Pyle smartly manage

  3. says:

    First off I want to say that I love the ending to this book and the reason is because of Daniel Pyle's ability to make the reader sympathize w

  4. says:

    Rating 5 out of 5Last year the offer was put out to me to review books for Shock Totem Magazine Of course I gladly accepted and immediately went out looking for materialI didn’t have to look far I’d reviewed Down the Drain the fantastic n

  5. says:

    Okay I loved how this book was written I loved the characters and before finishing I had read so many reviews that talked about hating the ending and I was so confident I wouldn't be one of them I just knew I'd think 'oh they just don't understand good writing' But here I am just finished it and even before I finished it with about 9 pages left I just knew I'm going to actually hate this ending if it ends how I fear it

  6. says:

    When I first discovered this I saw the blurb about Richard Laymon and I was interested It's got a Laymon feel but it doesn't have the violence or the sex but the vibe of Laymon is in the way the story is told Dismember isn't a violent book by any means but what it lacks in violence it's made up for in the story You almost want to root for Davy because he's a villian yet one who is actually a victim himself Twenty three

  7. says:

    INCREDIBLE Up there with Bentley Little Gritty raw powerful I loved this book I see some people didn't like the ending Probably because it was too real which is why I personally thought it was perfectEDIT So I was going through my book list weeding through some of them and I needed to add something the I think

  8. says:

    Fast read and a good amount of suspense to keep the reader interested and on the edge of the seat Ending leaves you wanti

  9. says:

    This is becoming one of those books that keep you up all night because of the need to know what happens next Very engaging and suspenseful

  10. says:

    A page turner for sure Kinda gory in some parts but I liked the suspense Wasn't really happy with the ending though never saw what happened coming

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