My Review of Afraid by Jack Kilborn

Friday, April 10, 2009
Five government-sponsored Red-ops fighters, psychotic torturers with modified brains and extensive training in killing anyone in their way, have been accidentally assigned to a mission in small, sleepy Safe Haven, Wis. Gen. Alton Tope sends in a dozen Green Berets, two other Special Forces teams, navy SEALs and some marines, all of whom may be just about enough to stop the killers. The townies also band together to save their little rural paradise, though several get trampled into red goo along the way. Any attempt to make a point about U.S. support of international terrorism gets a bit lost in the gore fest, but fans of gross-out horror will love it.

My Review: I'm not a horror fan. I really enjoy Jack aka J.A. Konrath's Whiskey series but this was just a little too much for my liking. However if you like Steven King, this is right up your alley!


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