Hell Pit

Adult
Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
No one could have foreseen the horror that followed the discovery of the old burial pit. It was merely a grave occupied by the dead, and when had the dead ever presented a threat to the living? This time however, it was different. The killings and the crucifixions were bad enough, but worse was to follow...much worse. Reviews welcome.

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Words: 79,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301435074
About WR Armstrong

W R Armstrong is married and lives in Staffordshire, England. He writes mainly for the supernatural horror market. He publishes mainly in ebook form and all of his novels to date can be found here on the Smashwords website. His short stories have appeared in magazines such as Writers' Forum and First Edition. Signed and dedicated copies of his paperback collection of short stories,The Little Book of Dark Tales, can be purchased from his website at http//:www.wrarmstrong.com. As well as writing, W R also enjoys painting, (pictures as opposed to walls). His artwork, in the form of cartoons created by his alter ego, WOZ, can also be viewed on his website.

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Reviews

Review by: Yuka Hosaka on Feb. 24, 2013 :
I've enjoyed immensely reading about the grisly connection between the cross, the act of communion in churches & the pagan worship rituals. It's amazing to be reminded of how blind we can be in the name of religion & how those rituals really, really means. Nice twist when the love's been rewarded by becoming "one" with each other :)
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Review by: minimaniac on Feb. 20, 2013 :
I tried to read this book. I really did. I love horror and the plot sounded intriguing. But it was very slow to get going. Way too much detailed character background and not enough story. I quit about 70 pages in, waiting for something truly exciting to happen. Not for me.
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Review by: Babus Ahmed on Feb. 20, 2013 :
A Tube train disaster unleashes an evil which results in a spate of killings and horrific violence. It all seems linked to an archeological discovery underground. Can the evil be stopped?

I loved the way this horror started out and I was thirsty to know more about this hell pit that had been discovered. McGrath is a brilliant character and there is some gore here which makes your hair curl but I was left wanting. I wasn't spine chillingly afraid through this. I was hooked into the pagan lore behind it and I wish the author had expended on this a bit more. Reminiscent of The Dark by James Herbert I loved the concept of this book but wasn't frightened like I wanted to be.
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Review by: Dee Marcey on Feb. 07, 2013 :
Filled with lots of twists and turns. Kept me enthralled and couldn't put it down. Hope there is a second book!
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