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Richard Laymon To Wake the Dead
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Flesh - Richard LaymonPure Horror! (139 words)
by philsammie - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Flesh is pure unadulterated horror. Of all Laymon's books, this one, probably more than any other, fits the mould of what people expect from a horror novel. It concerns a bizarre creature, a sort of snake-like tube of flesh, which enters people's bodies and turns them into homicidal maniacs! I've always thought Flesh would make a great ...
Funland - Richard LaymonExcellent Read! (166 words)
by benburnley - written on 12/10/01, updated on 08/05/05 (Useful, 54 readings)
of Funland, by Richard Layman. Its the second of his books I have read after being given the first by a friend. His books are excellent reading and keep you turning the pages at a fast rate. Funland is a fictional book set in America in a place called Botega Bay, a small seaside resort. It has its share of tramps or ...
Funland - Richard LaymonScary Stuff!! (147 words)
by AndyHayes - written on 02/11/00, updated on 02/11/00 (Useful, 55 readings)
a writer called Richard Laymon. I went out and bought the first novel of his that I could find, namely Funland. I read the whole book one afternoon and from then on was hooked. The novel had everthing that a great horror should have : the jumpy scenes, comic interludes and more than other horror books that I have read it ...