Tim Miller delivers another punch in the gut with this great example of splatter-punk horror! Hell Texas reads like a exploitation film, fast, dirty and graphic. Tim Miller is quickly becoming one of my go to authors for those times when Im in the mood for extreme pulp fiction. My new guilty little pleasure of messed up fun!
Tale revolves around a group of travelers who find themselves in trouble with the local law. They are whisked away, and dropped in a town of terrors. What follows is a trip into just about every depravity you can imagine. If you are easily offended, or weak stomached this probably isn't for you. On the other hand if you love films like Cannibal Holocaust or Texas Chainsaw Massacre, then this book is going to be right up your alley!
I was especially impressed with Tim Milers growth as an author. His writing style has become smoother, and more concise. The story is simple, yet extremely effective, and driven by the non stop action of the tale. I literally picked up this book thinking Id just read maybe 20 pages, then put it down for the night... Yeah, about three hours later I was almost through the book and had to force myself to put it down, because dawn was soon to arrive! Needless to say it was finished early the next day!
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of the splatter-punk horror, or enjoys extreme horror films. Tim Miller has found his niche and his voice as a writer, has only gotten stronger. He proves himself to be a force to be reckoned with in this offering, just remember you were warned!!!! For a second review on this book check out our sister site by hitting the Helliture button