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review Toy Cemetery 103 Á [Read] ➬ Toy Cemetery By William W. Johnstone – Citybreakscheap.co.uk There they were just as he remembered Rooms and rooms of them Dolls Toy soldiers Clowns When he was a kid his Aunt Cary's toy collection should have been a child's paradise But instead he had been ter There they were just as he remembered Rooms and rooms of [Read] Toy Cemetery By William W. Johnstone Citybreakscheap.co.uk There they were just as he remembered Rooms and rooms of them Dolls Toy soldiers Clowns When he was a kid his Aunt Cary's toy collection should have been a child's paradise But instead he had been ter There they were just as he r.

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Et that night that hellish night of unimaginable horror Now his Aunt Cary was dead and it's all been left to him the house the furniture every last piece of her collection And nothing had changed Not the painted on dolly smiles or the garish clown colors or the tiny hands that were dripping with bright red bloo.

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Toy CemeteryEmembered Rooms and rooms of them Dolls Toy soldiers Clowns When he was a kid his Aunt Cary's toy collection should have been a child's paradise But instead he had been terrified by their staring eyes and limp armsTwenty years had passed since Jay Clute set foot in Victory Missouri Twenty years of trying to forg.

review Toy Cemetery 103 The Devil's Kiss and became a full time writer in He wrote close to two hundred books in numerous genres including suspense and horror His main publication series were Mountain Man The First Mountain Man Ashes and Eagles and his own personal favorite novel was.

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  • Peter Derk

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryWhat a great big pile of shitLet's be clear I fully expected a great big pile of shit I read it for that specific experienceThe first third o


  • Grady Hendrix

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryDo you like crazy cemeteries The kind that are infested with invisible ghost werewolves that can only be killed with a stake through the heart The kind that conceal toy factories where Satanists shoot kiddie porn Then William W Johnstone has


  • Zakary McGaha

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryPulp horror gold’nuff said This is the first horror novel I’ve read by the “infamous” William W Johnstone and I will most certainly be reading The plot keeps getting crazier as the story progresses along with the dire feeling of “good vs evil” Make no mistake about it this is a Christian horror novel Things are pretty black and white you’ve got devil worshipers and God worshipers The devil worshipers are depicted as being wholly without morals and are basically disgustingand surprisingly very unsettling As you would expect all the good characters are noble and admirable While this sounds pretty ham fisted and I’m not going to argue it isn’t it works becausewell that’s just who William J was probably and it shines in all the fiction I’ve read by him this and his western The Last Mountain Man In other words it’s hard to attack this novel for


  • Cwl

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryIf horror were a neighborhood Thomas Harris would be the rich gated communities Stephen King would be the two story suburbs and this book would be the trailer park on a dirt road with the county's highest levels of arrests for meth Lots of fun but know what you're getting into


  • Marna

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryIt's crazy Ugh I can't just give this three stars even tho it's kind of incompetently written And edited And how unfair is that to someone who has written and rewritten their novel five six seven times and still hasn't gotten anyone to read past the first ten pages But also like I can't give it four stars because the 80s movie in my head version is the best thing that's never existed I don't know Also want to make clear the GH recommendation paperbacks from hell doesn't factor in cause without going into specifics he turned out to be disappointingly typical of the current male horror regime Like yeah this was batshit but I dunno It's possibly just too mean Magical realism career here I come I'm conflicted unsure I wanna support or endorse a book where a male character comments on a female child character's sexual assault by saying 'at least they weren't overly large' whaaatt the fuck I mean I was warned butso there's this side of me that's like 'horror should be


  • Luis&minxy Rodriguez

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryI felt absolutely cheated on this book If I had to mix movies like Puppet Master Wicker Man and the Goonies Then add a splash of heavy Christianity another splash of pedophilia and finally a pinch of Satanism with a lovecraftian tease This book was complete trash 🗑️ in fact my one and only favorite character was old man Milton and that's not saying much William W Johnstone dropped the ball on this one 15 stars for me If possible I would have given it 05


  • Russell Holbrook

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryThis was a wonderful book to read on the trip home from Bizarro Con I'd never heard of it before but was introduced to this and many other seemingly obscure horror novels through the amazing and exhaustively comprehensive Paperbacks From Hell As the hype had promised this book is insane Some of the plot lines don't seem to fit the dialog is weird events seem to o


  • Horror Bookworm Reviews

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryToy Cemetery provides an insane mixture of storylines which include an abundance of miscellaneous living playthings a town populated by porcelain wanna be humans and a deviant satanic sexual addicted cult William W Johnstone unveils a writing style that begins with a no holds barred beginning and ends his twisted tale by throwing in the kitchen sink for good measure Having no idea what actions a character may have at any given time or what freaky plot may begin during any moment makes this a peculiar page turner


  • Michael

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryOne of the earliest reviews I posted on Goodreads concerned a Johnstone horror novel I'm not ashamed of either reading it or reviewing it but if you thought this guy hit the apex of crazy writing about a bunch of mutant satanic bats murder flapping th


  • Stacy

    review Toy Cemetery 103 Toy CemeteryAn Interesting FailureReally interesting premise but for a book about sentient dolls the dolls in uestion were of a sideline than a main focus What ruined it for me was several characters and all of the female characters doing a complete one eighty halfway through the book and suddenly they were evil and always had been The problem with this is that we see internal dialogue from some of these characters earlier in the book and they were fighting the evil they supposedly had always been a part of It was like two stories got cut in half and the wrong halves were paired together It was interesting and not boring but ultimately it failed for me as a reader Also there was a loooooot of incest for a book about dolls