The Light at the End

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The newspapers scream out headlines that spark terror across the city. Ten murders on the New York City subway. Ten grisly crimes that defy all reason, pattern, or m.o., no leads for police to pursue. The press dubs him the "Subway Psycho"; the NYPD desperately seeks their quarry before the city erupts in mass hysteria. They won't find what they're looking for.

Because they think he's human.

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This is the Smashwords account for the writing team of John Skipp and Craig Spector. Information on the 25th Anniversary releases of our books can be found at the website.

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Review by: Nigel Paresis on April 13, 2011 :
Twenty-five years? It's been twenty-five years since I read this? Good God. That's horrific in and of itself. Fortunately, this book has aged almost as well as I have *coughcough* and is still a fun and wild read. No sparkly vampires here, kids, just the good old-fashioned kind that murder with abandon, thrive on power and vengeance, and live in a world of Reaganomics, Miami Vice and Motorola pagers.

John Skipp and Craig Spector, the fathers of Splatterpunk, wrote six novels together before splitting off and doing their own thing, and this one was the first. If you like your horror old-school and full of sex, violence and rock and roll, you should do yourself a favor and pick this one up. It'll take you back, brother.

Especially if you're as old as I am.

Now get off my lawn!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Review by: Cobra E-books on Oct. 25, 2010 :
I read this book as a paperback back in the good ol' days. I consider it one of the best true horror vampire tales: frightening, bloody and violent. When I saw that this title was being offered as an e-book, I purchased it immediately. If you like horror novels, you should buy it, too. You won't be disappointed.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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