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A shattered country Just as it seems they cannot go on their god returns to them providing hope and a dream of survivalBut their god has returned in the body of a former American GI and their hope for peace comes in a drug that open. The extreme horror tag gets stapled to pretty much any horror fiction with a high gore uotient Most of the time it s just a sign that the book you re reading is going to feature body parts being disassembled and messed with in ways far creative and lovingly detailed than in your typical John Saul book Which is why most extreme horror is extremely dull after the fourth or fifth book featuring some psychopath treating human beings the way most of us might treat a delicious locally sourced cage free organic roast chicken the shock value tends to fade and there s not much else going on It s not so much horror as a bucket of raw chicken guts being gleefully shoved into your face There s no dread no penetrating insight into the depths of the human soul Just several hundred pages of whoaaa dude check this sick shit outThat s why Charlee Jacob s Haunter gets the four star treatment from this reviewer It s what extreme horror should be Yeah it s got the reuisite rivers of blood and all kinds of lovingly detailed death and bodily desecration but Jacob doesn t just want to gross you out She wants to pull you into the nightmarish hellscape smoldering between her ears Jacob creates a world that exists beneath the skin of our everyday reality She goes into those dark places that we know exist somewhere in the world but prefer not to think too much about or when we do think about them we cloak the truth in half suggestions and decorous euphemisms Child sex slavery Wartime atrocities Sexual sadism GenocideThis is brutal stuff no uestion Not an easy read Jacob plumbs the depths of human anguish and misery She puts her characters literally through hellNone of it is presented in a moralistic or judgmental way I don t think Jacob is interested in making us feel any particular way about her subject matter other than sympathizing with the victims of violence But her eye and voice are undeniably human and humane Her narrative touch is cold and hard but not without soul or feeling Which is critical because otherwise the horrors she plunges the reader into would be unbearable rather than merely horrific Haunter isn t an especially cerebral or literary book the writing is a little too clunky and ornate but it s extremely serious and than a little smart It s one of the few books in this subgenre that don t make me feel embarrassed to be reading itNote Haunter is a sort of seuel to This Symbiotic Fascination another worthy read It s not a true seuel the story stands perfectly well by itself but does continue the stories of a couple of characters from the earlier book Las Puertas Del Amor providing hope and a dream of survivalBut their god has returned in the body of a former American GI and their hope for Discoveries peace comes in a drug that open. 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From the crumbling ruins of a Cambodian jungle temple to the arid canyons of west Texas exotic demons of the ancient past collide with modern devils Crippled residents in a small Cambodian village are trying to rebuild their lives in. Really intense read presented by Jacob The first I ve ever read of hers defiantly not the last Saddened to hear she passed away this year I didn t realize it was loosely a seuel to This Symbiotic Fascination though after researching it seems it s still a stand alone This book was challenging to keep straight at first She often trails off into heavy esoteric rants plus on top of that all the different characters memories illusions and hallucinations that happen within the plot Extreme in every way and mind opening at the same time Failure is an illusion All the emotions we struggle with the things we seek and what we run away from an illusion And that is Maya which is what binds us to the painful wheel of birth I really enjoyed the challenge of this book and I found the use of Hindu gods in a horror setting to be such a great idea Very uniue read if you can push yourself through it

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S the door to untold horrors Their beautiful nirvana waits only at the end of a road traveled by nightmares It is a world peopled by the bizarre and the unearthly in which damnation and redemption can come in the most terrifying form. I give very few one stars and to be honest I m only giving this because I just didn t enjoy reading the book I understand what the author was trying to do but the constant barrage of esoteric pseudo vedic babble made it unenjoyable to follow the plot Every time the plot would crescendo it fizzled because the events led not to conclusive events but rather into a psychotic sort melange of Hindu Tantra babbleI don t generally write bad reviews because I am afraid the author might see them but I must ualify a one star I greatly respect her style and originality There are precious few new ideas out there in horror and this one of them In short It s me not you Haunter I think I just don t like the Eastern thought Samsara to Nirvana rambling Perhaps it is my dharma The author does deftly set the desired mood and I intend to give her another chance


10 thoughts on “Haunter author Charlee Jacob

  1. says:

    Charlee Jacob Haunter Leisure 2003For years I have been searching for the book that would compete with Robert Devereaux's debut novel Deadweight out on the bleeding edge of Most Extreme Horror Novel No one has been willing to tread the same path of degradation misery and despair What anguish must it cause a writer because as we all know to

  2. says:

    Wowwhat can I say about this book? I can basically begin with saying that just about every single one of my most horrifying gruesome nightmares were discussed in this book in excruciating but fascinating detail Thi

  3. says:

    Really intense read presented by Jacob The first I've ever read of hers defiantly not the last Saddened to hear she passed away this year I didn't realize it was loosely a seuel to This Symbiotic Fascination though after researching it seems it's still a stand alone This book was challenging to keep straight at first She often trails off into heavy esoteric rants plus on top of that all the different characters memories illusions and hallu

  4. says:

    Charlee Jacob's books have interesting themes told in extremely grotesue ways This one involves Khmer Rouge atrocities war duality Hindu gods a

  5. says:

    The extreme horror tag gets stapled to pretty much any horror fiction with a high gore uotient Most of the time it's just a sign that the book you're reading is going to feature body parts being disassembled and messed with in ways far creative and lovingly detailed than in your typical John Saul book Which is why most extreme horror is extremely dull after the fourth or fifth book featuring some psychopath tr

  6. says:

    This is one of the goriest books I've ever read And that's saying something

  7. says:

    4 45I read Charlee Jacob's first novel This Symbiotic Fascination about two years ago and I loved it This semi seuel perhaps it could be termed a sideuel? mines much of the same territory as that incredible book only this one goes to places even dark and depraved than before ripping apart the human body in so many different ways physically spiritually emotionally Admittedly the story kind of got away from me at times; it's a jum

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    The Tyler family is a pretty strange one We learned about Arcan in Jacob's previous book THIS SYMBIOTIC FASCINATION and now it's time to learn about Harry and El HAUNTER is a trippy journey into a post Vietnam Cambodia jungle Jacob is really good at describing grotesue things in new and interesting ways You will cringe

  9. says:

    I give very few one stars and to be honest I'm only giving this because I just didn't enjoy reading the book I understand what the author was trying to do but the constant barrage of esoteric pseudo vedic babble made it unenjoyable to follow the plot Every time the plot would crescendo it fizzled because the events led not to conclusive eve

  10. says:

    Every bit as depraved dark and inspired as Charlee Jacob's This Symbiotic Fascination While I picked up this novel's predecessor simply because the title appealed to me I actively sought out this novel to complete the pair if not the story in its entire Oddly enough for a reader who hates having random uotes from poetry thrown in at the beginning of each chapter I was actually very pleased andor moved or influenced by the otherwor

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