Helltown

Helltown

This is an alternate cover edition for B00VRJOQIK

NO ONE LEAVES ALIVE

Since the 1980s there have been numerous reports of occult activity and other possibly supernatural phenomenon within certain villages and townships of Summit County, Ohio - an area collectively known as Helltown.

When a group of out-out-town friends investigating the legends are driven off the road by a mysterious hearse, their night of cheap thrills turns to chills as they begin to die one by one.

Title:Helltown
Edition Language:English
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    Helltown Reviews

  • Mandy

    This is the story of a group of friends who decide to take a Halloween trip to a place called Helltown, which has been the subject of mysterious disappearances and rumoured to be a place that Satanist...

  • Jen from Quebec :0)

    Dang....This book *WAS* a 4 star rating for me, until the last 10% of the book just...missed the mark, leading to the 3 stars...well, OK= 3.5 stars. ;0) Bates' novel, based on a REAL town in Ohio, was...

  • Sarah

    This was just... no. (view spoiler)[I didn't like having so much focus on the villains. I don't care about redneck Satanists, I'm waiting for them all to die. I almost felt like I was supposed to symp...

  • Angel

    I know I said he had a formula for a successful story... and he did and does. This however didn't follow the same pattern as the first two books. I can only really describe this as 'hillbilly horror'....

  • Adrienne

    As another reviewer has mentioned, Jeremy Bates does not shy away from anything in his writing. This book was horrifying and chilled me to the bone. The villains were bad...so very evil. The pace was ...

  • SweetAnnie

    Scary enough, but ..The author needs a good proofreader. As an example, on page 142, I think he meant babies weren't supposed to be EMACIATED (malnourished) not EMANCIPATED (legally being made an adul...

  • Dez Nemec

    I have now read all of the World's Scariest Places books in the series, but this was my least favorite. I just found it formulaic and boring. Perhaps it was the location. This one was just okay though...

  • Amanda

    I continue to love Jeremy Bates's World's Scariest Places series! I just finished reading this one yesterday, and once again, he doesn't disappoint! This book is actually set in my neck of the woods! ...

  • Elisa

    I really love this series. Yes, the characters are so dumb you want to slap them, but that is the point. There are Satanists, humongous snakes, ghosts and pretty much everything that makes cheesy 80s ...

  • Sean Kennedy

    The first two books in this series were formulaic, though enjoyable. This one revels in its own nastiness too much, almost taking pleasure with the rapes inflicted upon some of the female characters, ...