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Paperback  Á Urban Gothic ePUB Ü When their car broke down in a dangerous neighborhood of the inner city, Kerri and her friends thought they would find shelter in the old dark row house They thought it was abandoned They thought they would be safe there until morning They were wrong on all counts The residents of the row house live in the cellar and rarely come out in the light of day They're far worse than anything on the streets outside And they don't like intruders Before the sun comes up, Kerri and her friends will fight for their very lives though death is only part of their nightmare

10 thoughts on “Urban Gothic

  1. Paul Nelson Paul Nelson says:

    Urban Gothic is a full on screaming, head caved in with a hammer, fingers bitten off by a monstrous dwarf kind of horror that is fucking wincingly good horror and a barrel load of fun. This is the Wrong Turn horror films diverted into a suburban street in Philadelphia and landing up in a house that has more doors, passages and secret rooms with murderous psychos than Horror Kill Hou

  2. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    At night, there were monsters on the streets.
    And even worse things in the shadows.

    Ick! What a macabre freak show. This novel is, quite simply put, a gore-fest. Or a crash course in taking an already terrifying situation, and making it worse. Oh, so much worse.

    Bloody saliva dripped from his open mouth, leaking around gums that had receded from his black, broken t

  3. Alejandro Alejandro says:

    Run and don't look back!


    Kerri, Tyler, Stephanie, Brett, Javier and Heather, were getting back from a concert and they have the poor choice of trying to get some weed...

    ...bad mistake!

    Since they got a car break and now they are running for their lives in a macabre house and also in an impos

  4. Sydney Scothon Sydney Scothon says:

    What I like about urban gothic is how they were driving and they end up in this bad part of the neighborhood and there car breaks down and this group of kids come walking up to them and then they all run for it. They run into this abandoned house which they think nobody lives in it until this beast comes out of nowhere and attacks Tyler with a sledge hammer to his head. Then the beast attacks stephanie with t

  5. Kasia Kasia says:

    I have dreamt about reading this book for months and once I got it I read the sucker in half a day. The good part - it's full of icky, gross horrific stuff that makes horror books fun, the not so good part - I wasn't crazy about it. The character development was shallow and maybe if the six kids who get stuck in the bad part of town at night weren't so stupid and lame, I would have liked the book more. It's hard to re

  6. Bill Bill says:

    Shit happens.

    That may be a wee bit of an understatement for the unfortunate group of friends who get trapped in a house filled to the brim with a brood of deformed cannibalistic penis pus dripping, leathery vagina human skin wearing giants and mutant midgets bearing knives, razor sharp teeth and a taste for human flesh. That will teach them to have their car break down in the hood.

    As a Brian Keene homag

  7. Quirkyreader Quirkyreader says:

    This book is pure grind-core. And I will admit it is not one of my favourite genres.

    So aside from not liking the subject matter, Keen did a wonderful job with the writing. Maybe that’s why this story turned my stomach. And it’s very rare that a book turns my stomach.

    So grind-core lovers rejoice and pick this story up and enjoy the gore.

  8. TK421 TK421 says:

    Haunted houses litter the horror genre, but URBAN GOTHIC, by Brian Keene, takes the subject and slams it on its head.

    Ya see, this starts off as if this is your garden-variety haunted house tale. That is until you meet the residents of the haunted house. Ya see, this house is full of backwooded-hillbilly-cannibals that are thirsty for some fresh meat. (Oh, I forgot to mention that it is located in da hood.) And these BHC are so grot

  9. Todd Charlton Todd Charlton says:

    Brian Keene channels Richard Laymon with Urban Gothic. At one point he even uses Laymon's favourite word as a homage rump. The thing is, Keene out-Laymons Laymon here. Urban Gothic is a major achievement. The pace is break-neck throughout and you come to care for the characters as they deal with horrors scarcely put to paper. It is ultra-violent; one character dies in a way I have never read before; but shit when you run into a whole subterranean cannib

  10. Not Now...Mommy& Not Now...Mommy& says:

    Originally published on Not Now...Mommy's Reading

    I just finished Urban Gothic today. It starts off interestingly enough, six teens from the suburbs are leaving a hard core rap concert when they decide to take a detour through the seedier parts of town to score some weed. Of course, teenagers + hard core rap + drugs always equals a bad idea and

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