Feast The little town of Allen s Corner in rural Connecticut hid a secret A terrible unimaginable secret A secret that only the children knew It fed on their youth ate away at their innocence and consume

  • Title: Feast
  • Author: Graham Masterton
  • ISBN: 9781558171039
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Paperback
  • The little town of Allen s Corner in rural Connecticut hid a secret A terrible, unimaginable secret A secret that only the children knew It fed on their youth, ate away at their innocence, and consumed their very souls with a twisted hunger that could never be revealed nor ever satisfied.

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      Published :2019-09-11T00:52:16+00:00

    About "Graham Masterton"

    1. Graham Masterton

      Graham Masterton was born in Edinburgh in 1946 His grandfather was Thomas Thorne Baker, the eminent scientist who invented DayGlo and was the first man to transmit news photographs by wireless After training as a newspaper reporter, Graham went on to edit the new British men s magazine Mayfair, where he encouraged William Burroughs to develop a series of scientific and philosophical articles which eventually became Burroughsi novel The Wild Boys At the age of 24, Graham was appointed executive editor of both Penthouse and Penthouse Forum magazines At this time he started to write a bestselling series of sex how to books including How To Drive Your Man Wild In Bed which has sold over 3 million copies worldwide His latest, Wild Sex For New Lovers is published by Penguin Putnam in January, 2001 He is a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan, Men s Health, Woman, Woman s Own and other mass market self improvement magazines.Graham Masterton s debut as a horror author began with The Manitou in 1976, a chilling tale of a Native American medicine man reborn in the present day to exact his revenge on the white man It became an instant bestseller and was filmed with Tony Curtis, Susan Strasberg, Burgess Meredith, Michael Ansara, Stella Stevens and Ann Sothern.Altogether Graham has written than a hundred novels ranging from thrillers The Sweetman Curve, Ikon to disaster novels Plague, Famine to historical sagas Rich and Maiden Voyage both appeared in the New York Times bestseller list He has published four collections of short stories, Fortnight of Fear, Flights of Fear, Faces of Fear and Feelings of Fear.He has also written horror novels for children House of Bones, Hair Raiser and has just finished the fifth volume in a very popular series for young adults, Rook, based on the adventures of an idiosyncratic remedial English teacher in a Los Angeles community college who has the facility to see ghosts.Since then Graham has published than 35 horror novels, including Charnel House, which was awarded a Special Edgar by Mystery Writers of America Mirror, which was awarded a Silver Medal by West Coast Review of Books and Family Portrait, an update of Oscar Wilde s tale, The Picture of Dorian Gray, which was the only non French winner of the prestigious Prix Julia Verlanger in France.He and his wife Wiescka live in a Gothic Victorian mansion high above the River Lee in Cork, Ireland.

    556 thoughts on “Feast”

    1. This was quite the grueling read, and I'm glad it's finally over. I was interested in reading this because the main setting was in the fictional town of Allen's Corners, Connecticut, where a lot of the action took place in one of my favorite horror novels, The Hell Candidate. It is also from the 1980s, when (I thought) Masterton's writing was at its peak.I'm not giving anything away by saying that the villains in this one are engaging in cannibalism. That's clear from the name of this edition (i [...]

    2. So far this year I’ve read the powerful Thank You For Your Service, David Finkel’s look at the shattered lives of servicemen returning home from Iraq. I’ve read Donna Tart’s The Goldfinch, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. I’ve read Austin Grossman’s deceptively experimental You that transmutes the lead of early computer gaming into the gold of transcendence. I’ve read Allie Brosh’s so-personal-it-hurts Hyperbole and a Half, Neil Gaiman’s emotional and revealing The Oce [...]

    3. Ick. What a twisted, gruesome and gory book. I've hunted for this one for a couple of years, and finally got to read it, thanks to a fellow Masterton fan. The middle of the book dragged a bit, but by the time they got to the actual "Feast" I was hooked. Definitely worth the wait, I'm glad I finally got to read it. Thanks, James!

    4. Typical Graham Masterton meaning it was one hell of a ride. Now on to another by this superb writer! Woohoo!

    5. In actuality if I could give this book 2.5 stars I would. Feast tells the story of Charlie and Martin, estranged father and son, attempting to bond on a work road trip thru New England. Charlie is a restaurant critic who spends his life on the road writing reviews. For this particular trip he brings his son Martin along in hopes of reconnecting but soon things go horribly wrong. In a small town in Connecticut they hear about an exclusive restaurant, a dinning society with strict membership polic [...]

    6. Good story.Religious nuts decide that they can bring Christ back to the world.They think that the Last Suppers' story of "This is my flesh" means they should be cannibals.They are nearing the end of their 1000X1000 eaten, sort of like the millionth customer. They have decided that the protagonists son should be the last.What's worse is the son agrees.Slight twist at the end that I feel was tacked on.

    7. cannot reccomend this book highly enough its an awesome macabre tale that only someone like graham masterton could tell sooo well

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