Tap Tap What if your best friend started killing your worst enemies For Roscoe Bird this nightmare becomes a reality when an old childhood friend comes knocking at his door Peter Tummelier talks about past h

  • Title: Tap, Tap
  • Author: David Lozell Martin
  • ISBN: 9780312958350
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • What if your best friend started killing your worst enemies For Roscoe Bird, this nightmare becomes a reality when an old childhood friend comes knocking at his door.Peter Tummelier talks about past hurts and old enemies as if time has stood still But when bodies start turning up, murdered in horrifying ways, suspicion is placed on Roscoe And Roscoe knows the one personWhat if your best friend started killing your worst enemies For Roscoe Bird, this nightmare becomes a reality when an old childhood friend comes knocking at his door.Peter Tummelier talks about past hurts and old enemies as if time has stood still But when bodies start turning up, murdered in horrifying ways, suspicion is placed on Roscoe And Roscoe knows the one person the only person who could have committed these deeds.But the question is why How can he reach into the twisted depths of Peter s mind to understand his diabolical motives And how can Roscoe clear his name as the prime suspect of the murders But most of all, how can Roscoe avoid becoming Peter s next victim the victim Peter has been waiting for

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    1. I had read Martin's - Lie To Me, a good creepy serial killer story with some great surprises.You can read the jacket blurb to get the jist on Tap, Tap. But this one had some terrific creepy moments, with some disturbing parts also. A tale of best friends since childhood, and a tale of revenge twenty years later.I didn't expect where this one was going. Recommended page turner.

    2. This book definitely has its moments and has great pacing, but was also, at times, kind of goofy.I saw the ending coming, but it was still a neat twist.

    3. I decided to read this novel because, while I rooted through boxes of old magazines to toss, I found an "Entertainment Weekly" review that I had marked. The novel had sounded promising way back when.I started reading. I quickly realized the novel needed a harsh editor. Some chapters were great while others were awful to the point of silliness. At times it seemed like more than one person wrote the novel. It wasn't a matter of each character acting different. I can grasp that concept. Sorry, when [...]

    4. It's books like this that first interested me in becoming a writer myself. Not a "literary novel" by any means, "Tap,Tap" is a tightly-plotted suspense novel with eccentric humor and genuine edge-of-your-seat chills (the type of book at which David Martin is a master). I read it when it was first published in 1994 and re-read it recently to find that all of the original chills and disturbing plot twists remained just as effective. There's a perfunctory B-movie epilogue that weakens the novel's c [...]

    5. This book was a definite change of pace from what I usually read. It was a creepy surreal story of friendship and revenge. There were actually parts of this book that made me laugh out loud, even though the story was shocking and even disturbing at times. The character Peter Tummelier, friend of Roscoe Bird's who vowed to get revenge on whomever drove Roscoe's father to commit suicide, made a very poor Vampire, which added a comedic twist to the story. I would have liked a better ending to the s [...]

    6. This novel was the first mainstream horror I ever read as a child in junior high. I actually nabbed it from my dad's library, then put it back upon reading it. Grotesque yet comical at times, it was unfamiliar territory for me, who was probably too young to read it.Tap, Tap was the first book that inspired me to read (and write!) mainstream horror. Very gritty and surreal, although the subplots were a little cheesy and annoying. I still think of scenes from this book from time to time, and am li [...]

    7. It was so very disturbing, well at parts that is. Very well written. It had me laughing out loud so many times, thank god I was home when reading it. You know when watching a movie or tv show and something very disturbing or violently gross is shown and you can't look you need to turn away, interested yes so you look between fingers? Well I actually had to stop and look away while reading a certain scene in this book because the image in my head was so vived. This book was greatly written.

    8. This is the first book that I read from David Martin and it was really creepy. Some moments in the books they were so vividly that I got so scare and the chills all over me.I wish to know what happen with the corpses of the Peter's victims.(Maybe??)At the end it left me intrigue, because I didn't expect that ending. It was a great twist. Considering this the first time that I read a book of this type of category it shocks me a lot and sincerely I will read another book with type of gender.

    9. Ahahaha spulciando nella mia libreria, che mi ritrovo fra le mani? Questa sottospecie di ciofeca, che non ha né capo, né coda. Un presunto “giallo” che, a tre quarti, vira al “vampiresco”. Da piegarsi in due dalle risate, se non fosse che ti viene da piangere per i soldi inutilmente spesi per acquistarlo. :-\

    10. Peter and Roscoe were best friends as kids, but now they're adults and Peter is a vampire. Peter is killing Roscoe's enemies, and since Roscoe has a motive, he keeps getting blamed for it. The killings are graphic & gross. Peter has a brother named Richard who's in an insane asylum. And they have a doll named Dondo. It's a fast read, but don't expect it to be any good.

    11. I can't believe that this is the same David Martin that wrote The Beginning of Sorrows. It's a completely different style. I'm sure this book, being a horror/thriller/mystery, probably sold more copies than the more literary "Sorrows," and I don't blame Martin for reaching out to a wider audience, but this was just kind of a silly story.

    12. This book was a fascinating psychological thriller. At first I had a hard time getting into it for some reason,but when I got halfway through I literally couldn't put it down until I was finished. It also had a really twisted and shocking ending. Definitely very original.

    13. It was definitely entertaining. Even though parts were quite strange, i liked it. I was looking for something different and the title kinda jumped out at me from a shelf at a used book store. I'd certainly read another by him.

    14. Pretty good bestseller fiction with some terrifically creepy and unsettling scenes of horror. Great ending too.

    15. Wow! This book is a great burner -- just a total page turner with a terrific ending. It's out of print, as far as I know, but it's well worth digging up a used copy.

    16. This book was surprising in the worst way possible. Had high hopes but they were all dashed by the novel's end. That cover's kinda creepy though.

    17. Really enjoyed this take o the vampire story, nice little unexpected twist toward the end, well written, engaging, interesting, suspenseful, intriguing, all the good stuff I look for in a read.

    18. Very Good; a man's best friend as a child starts killing his enemies, in order to convince him to accompany him and his brother (vampires both) on a world cruise.

    19. This is not your typical Vampire story. The end is certainly worth the read. Fascinating main character with an antagonist that escapes your every forethought. Plot twists that will blow your mind.

    20. My mom sent me this book a couple years ago. It was really good. Very suspenseful and scary at parts. Is very gory in details at times and the ending is mind boggling.

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