The Wedding Feast

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Philip awakes - naked and in chains - in the pitch-black living-quarters of a family of murderous inbreds. His only hope of rescue lies with Matilda, their hideously deformed daughter. But will the price she demands for his release be too high for either of them to pay?

Contains nudity, strong language, and scenes of a sexual nature.

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About Jonathan Pidduck

Jonathan lives in Ramsgate, Kent. He is married, with 4 children.

His humorous fantasy books include: "Slave-Girls and Amazons", "Cave-Trolls and Amazons" and "The Halfshaft Games".

His humorous horror titles include the Wedding Feast Trilogy: "The Wedding Feast", "Tethered" and "The Last of the Neanderthals".

This year (2014), he has published "The Craving" (his first serious horror/thriller) and "Defunct: Memoirs of a Gentleman Zombie" (back to comedy horror).

More humorous fantasy books are planned for 2015.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on May 25, 2014 :
I liked the idea of this book, in a twisted fairy tale kind of way and it started off ok, but the further it got into the story, the less interest I had in it. It was written well enough and I don't have any issues with the plot choices or style it was presented in.

So why didn't I like it? I hated the characters. Philip is a Class A jerk. The reason he goes back to his girlfriend's house to warn her that there might be perverts lurking around is because if she gets molested, he won't get any sex from her. He swears because Matilda tells him not to, he doesn't care for her pain or her feelings and insults her every chance he gets despite her saving his life. Mandy is a cow. She thinks Philip deserves what he gets for 'getting in the van'-he was being kidnapped trying to warn you, you dumb bitch! She is spiteful, nasty and vindictive. When you don't care whether your MCs live or die, you are in trouble. Philips mother is as bad as Mandy. The only one I liked was his dad. Even Matilda could not inspire any sympathy in me as she was still convinced that Philip loved her when it was obvious he didn't.

I got the trilogy free but only read book one. Not for me.
(review of free book)

Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 26, 2013 :
Seems to depend mostly on rephrasing the same graphic scenes and providing unlikely plot directives to keep the story almost moving. There might be a good short story in it, but as is there are too many words for story.

I read 47% before giving up.
(review of free book)

Review by: Tanya Freeth on Nov. 19, 2012 :
Gruesome,Gory,Excellent,I loved it.
(review of free book)

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