Night Terrors Peaceful Valley is about to become a slaughterhouse Jesse thinks he s caught a break when he the girl of his dreams and her friend are assigned by their newspaper to cover the opening weekend of the

  • Title: Night Terrors
  • Author: Jonathan Janz
  • ISBN: 9781619217188
  • Page: 145
  • Format: ebook
  • Peaceful Valley is about to become a slaughterhouse Jesse thinks he s caught a break when he, the girl of his dreams, and her friend are assigned by their newspaper to cover the opening weekend of the Peaceful Valley Nature Preserve, a sprawling, isolated state park But the construction of the park has stirred an evil that has lain dormant for nearly a century, and the Peaceful Valley is about to become a slaughterhouse Jesse thinks he s caught a break when he, the girl of his dreams, and her friend are assigned by their newspaper to cover the opening weekend of the Peaceful Valley Nature Preserve, a sprawling, isolated state park But the construction of the park has stirred an evil that has lain dormant for nearly a century, and the three young people as well as every man, woman, and child unlucky enough to be attending the grand opening are about to encounter the most horrific creatures to ever walk the earth A species so ferocious that Peaceful Valley is about to be plunged into a nightmare of bloodshed and damnation.

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    1. This book is part of a series, so it's hard to judge on its own. There's a lot of set-up, characters who kind of go nowhere before the end of this part, but who will certainly be featured in the next books. It might be better to rank the whole series as one bookAt first, after the initial chapter, I found Savage Species a little slow and lacking horror. Then the second half of the book came, and oh my freaking lord! Janz hits his stride and never stops. This man was meant to write horror, and wh [...]

    2. Part One of a Five part ebook series, Janz wields a very bloody paintbrush, if you pardon the phrase, in this homage, of sorts, to the late great Richard Laymon. Set in the vast wilderness of an Indiana state park, three young journalists prepare to work on a story involving the park but are wholly unaware and unprepared, along with dozens of campers, for the murderous horror that's about to be unleashed. While perhaps a bit more gory than his previous works, Janz weaves in enough humanity and h [...]

    3. Before I sat down to write this review, I tried several times in my head to come up with an opening sentence bold enough to fit this book. My first idea was this: “I don’t care who you are or what kind of books you readdrop what you’re doing and go buy SAVAGE SPECIES immediately!” I thought that might be a bit harsh, but it certainly conveys my feelings towards author Jonathan Janz’s newest release. If you only read one horror book this year, you need to make damn sure it’s this one. [...]

    4. 4.5*Savage Species was my first read by author Jonathan Janz and I have to say it was a lot of fun. I read the 5 instalments of the series but it was the first one that I enjoyed the most. Peaceful Valley Nature Reserve is about to be invaded by some pretty nasty beings and they are extremely hungry (and horny, ewww). This is a great creature feature, they reminded me somewhat of Richard Laymon's cellar creatures but I have to say these things were a lot nastier. The characters in the story were [...]

    5. Night Terrors is an intriguing suspenseful start as the first book in a chilling quintet. This gory tale follows a young group of newspaper writers covering the opening weekend of the newly constructed Peaceful Valley Nature Preserve Park and a unhappily married new mom whose only wish is for her husband to help with their six month old son and for him to stop paying his attractive assistant coach so much attention.Emma Cayce, a young ball of energy, is reluctant to go on this news assignment to [...]

    6. Jonathan Janz is a fantastic writer. This is the first of his serial novel (Savage Species)mething I know a little about.First-the good/great: Janz's characters are brilliantly written, each with their own unique voice. I can't even pick one that stands out above the rest-they are all good. So good!This story (although only one volume so far) is filled with masterful strokes of Janz's influence-Laymon and early Ketchum come to mind. I mean, the scene with Charly and Jake in Jake's room with the [...]

    7. I enjoyed Night Terrors quite a bit. The characters are vivid and sometimes engaging - the dialogue can be quite humorous at times when the narrative is on the young journalists. The creatures are marvelously portrayed. I am not a fan of the serialization format, however. I would have loved to continue reading. With the "pause in the action" at the end of this volume, the continuity takes a hit.

    8. Damn. This one was fast and entertaining. It was really starting to get rolling and then it was over. I knew it was a part of a serial, but did not want it to end. If the other 4 installments are anywhere as good as the intro, then I can't wait to get the rest! Recommended!

    9. This is the first installment in series and I am looking forward to the rest! You can get this first part free and I highly recommend. It's his best writing yet. Better action. Clearer focus.

    10. Another author I'd not read before, and I've got to say I wish I'd read Janz earlier!!! Loved this book. Gory, fast paced and great fun!

    11. This review can also be seen on horrornovelreviewsNight Terrors starts the Five Part serial entitled Savage Species by Jonathan Janz. It’s the first time major publisher Samhain publishing has decided to do this. The first installment is being offered for FREE to entice you to pre-order the others in the series which are scheduled to come out every two weeks at about $1.50 each.Peaceful Valley is a neighborhood in development. The site for a new park opening, and a site for new housing develop [...]

    12. Savage Species is a new serial novel by Jonathan Janz that is being released by Samhain Publishing. There are five parts being released every two weeks starting June 4, 2013. This review covers only part 1, Night Terrors.Night Terrors starts off with a flashback scene about Shane Dulin, who was helping build a walking bridge at a new state park that was getting ready to open. Upon waking from unconsciousness, Shane tries to think back to how he came to be wherever he is and wonders why he is in [...]

    13. Come on, people. The place is called Peaceful Valley. You had to know something horrible was going to happen there sooner or later.In the first installment of Jonathan Janz's serial horror novel, Savage Species, a restored nature preserve plays host to more than drunken college kids and snooping reporters. Nope, there's monsters in them woods. Set in picturesque Indiana, the development of the isolated star park has stirred up an ancient evil, and if you wondered just how gruesome things were go [...]

    14. Night Terrors is the first book in Janz’s Savage Species series. It’s an interesting concept to have a serial novel. I was intrigued by the premise and there are some fantastic book covers. I believe the series will be available as a complete book in the future. It’s a great marketing idea to give away the first segment to get the reader hooked. My only hesitation with picking up this title is that I’d read a previous book by Janz, The Sorrows, and I’d hated it. In fact, I never finish [...]

    15. Night Terrors by Jonathan JanzPeaceful Valley sounds like a wonderful place to live or visit but there is something horribly wrong with the area. This serial story begins the tale of mayhem and murder. Mr. Janz writes a compelling story that keeps you on the edge of your seat and is graphic enough to give you nightmares. There is a diverse group of characters that have storylines that are woven together as they all converge on Peaceful Valley for one reason or another. As they discover that thin [...]

    16. Checklist to fast paced fun and mayhem:Sexy male and female heroes? Check! Hapless protagonists wantonly and gruesomely disposed of? Check!Hordes of delightfully clueless adolescent potential victims gallivanting around in the purest 1980s slasher film tradition? Check! Nasty monsters? Check!Crazy chases through labyrinthine subterranean mazes? Check!Cosmic undertones and belligerent, over sized villains? Check!Massive, threatening dangling male particulars? Check!A rollicking good time? Double [...]

    17. Hard for me to rank this one as I only had the first book. I'm not really that into slasher horror, yet I was intrigued as I got further into the book. I'm not sure if I want to obtain the other books in his series (I tend to suffer nightmares and I really don't need more fodder for them) but I did like how he built his characters and use of language. Sometimes it can be on the crude side, but felt it was more eloquent than King, who many consider master of the genre. However, I would recommend [...]

    18. Whoa. Seriously whoa. It was cruel to end it and have to wait for the next installment but I'm hooked. reminded me of Richard Laymon for any horror fans out there. The ending scene is as intense as all get out that I found myself not exhaling. Can't wait for the next installment. Already loving the characters and rooting for them.

    19. This is the first book in a long time that I absolutely devoured in one setting. I was looking for a good horror novel and came across this free ebook on BN. Holy terror, this book is brutal! This is for horror fans and gore lovers definitely, however, if you're not squeamish, you need to read this! I do mean to finish this entire series and will be buying the second part tonight!

    20. I loved this book. It is a set of short episodes of a story. I was expecting to just leave it at the one part, but I can't it was that exciting, although very gruesome. I haven't read horror for a while as I usually find it very predictable! The change has been a pleasant surprise.

    21. I really enjoyed this. Jonathan Janz's style is pretty simple but vivid. It's the first novel I read by him and I am eager to have some more, especially beacause this was pretty short and ended kinda abruptly.

    22. An enjoyable start that featured a surprisingly early explosion of violence (so if that's not your thing, best steer clear). Not sure I buy one of the main characters yet, but since there are four parts to go, I'm willing to go along for the ride and see how he develops.

    23. It was ok Not my type of horror book But if you like the 'grade B horror' flicks, you would like this. I used to LOVE this kind of stuff when I was a young teen, not so much anymore though.This book kind of reminds me of the horror movie 'Feast'.

    24. I feel fortunate indeed to be privy to the first enthrallment of this serialization. If you have an appetite for bloody, shrieking terror then prepare to enjoy the five course banquet that Jonathan has prepared for you.

    25. It's rare that I give a book 5 stars, but this one deserved it. Fast paced, edge of your seat thrills. Can't wait to get my hands on the next installment.

    26. Did I really get through that one that fast? Continuing and reserving in depth comment for when I get further through the dark oozing pit of corpses!

    27. Sheesh!This was a true horror story. So much gore. Such a quick read that I couldn't put it down! Be advised that this book is not for the faint of heart.

    28. Dude abrupt ending much!!!!! Totally reads like an 80s horror flick with the soft porn, ripped apart college ages drunk kids

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