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Mandy White grew up on a farm in Creston, British Columbia, then later relocated to the West coast of Canada, where she currently resides. Living her dream of being one of those weird, reclusive writer types, she can usually be found lurking in the forest somewhere on Vancouver Island.
When not distracted by shiny objects, Mandy writes most of her fiction in the horror genre, at times featuring Canadian characters and locations in her stories.
Author of three novels and two anthologies, Mandy is particularly fond of short stories. She is founder of WPaD (Writers, Poets and Deviants), a group of writers known for publishing charity anthologies for MS.
Books by Mandy White:
- The Feeder
- Avenging Annabelle
- The Jealousy Game
- Dysfictional: Short Stories for Twisted Minds
- Dysfictional 2: Shreds of Sanity
- Creepies: Twisted Tales From Beneath the Bed by WPaD (contributor)
- Passion’s Prisms: Tales of Love & Romance by WPaD (contributor)
- Dragons and Dreams: A Fantasy Anthology by WPaD (contributor)
- Tinsel Tales: A Holiday Treasury by WPaD (contributor)
- Goin’ Extinct: Tales From the Edge of Oblivion by WPaD (contributor)
on Feb. 03, 2014 :
Must have a strong stomach....
In case you didn’t read the title, it’s called The Feeder. That should tell you what to expect. This novel is very violent and some of the characters’ treatment of women is downright vile. But they have to be so that their punishment is well deserved.
I have a pretty strong stomach and I’m a fan of Saw and The Collector as well as the Dexter books (and series). Yet when I read Camille’s Diary, I had to stop. I was revolted by her treatment and that shows how well this author writes. I always judge a book by how it makes me feel. If I laugh, cry or want to kick the S##T out of someone, it’s a great book. And believe me, you will want to see a couple of guys get what they deserve.
I have read so many books, I can usually predict where it’s going. Not so with this one. I had a few surprises along the way. I especially liked the ‘second’ half of the book, where you really understand Sammie.
Not a book I typically read, but I’m glad I did.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)