Hoarder

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Four teens break into the house of town kleptomaniac Missy to reclaim a stolen bike and cat. Inside, they encounter a shocking, rotten, and treacherous hoard. The teens find themselves trapped when Missy returns home early from her weekly shopping spree. Missy welcomes them, but her mirth soon gives way to madness, and she will resort to murder to keep her new friends and add them to her hoard. More

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Words: 79,030
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311937537
About Armando D. Muñoz

Author Armando D. Muñoz lives in a world of horror, creative horrors in multiple mediums. Along with being a horror novelist, he writes and directs horror films, including Mime After Midnight and Panty Kill, creates bloody special FX, and performs as horror DJ Pervula. His first novel Hoarder was called “dynamite – a sickening, imaginative shocker” in the pages of Fangoria Magazine. With Turkey Day, he hopes to turn the last Thursday of November into the scariest day of the year.

He is currently cooking up a follow-up to Turkey Day titled Turkey Kitchen.

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Review by: DoctorBuckles on Jan. 02, 2016 :
If you read my author page or blog you'll know Munoz and I know each other. We share our writing and love of the horror genre. Our friendship doesn't exclude reviews and critiques of our work, and I'm happy to be able to recommend Hoarder as a shocking and exciting read.

Hoarder is like nothing I've read. Granted I haven't read a lot of the horror genre, but this story sticks out from all other stories for me because of the graphic specificity of the scenes. Thinking back, now after many months from when I read it, several scenes have stuck in my memory. Both bedroom scenes, the bathroom, the image of the refrigerator, the nest, the basement. The imagery of what Munoz has created lingers in my mind leaving me with a Hoarder Horror I won't forget. I now think about things I leave on the floor at home and the "what if" I should need to get out fast and slip on whatever it is. What if the room keeps me from getting out? That is nothing compared to what awaits the reader in the all-consuming hoard of Hoarder. It will eat away at your safe vision of your home and surroundings with shocking images to excite your horror-vibe for a long time after.
(reviewed 69 days after purchase)

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