Wormfood

Wormfood Best Read || [Jeff Jacobson] - Wormfood, Wormfood In the poor isolated town of Whitewood California year old Arch Stanton has a bad job at the local bar and grill that is about to get much worse and despite his skills with firearms he may not Wormfood Best Read || [Jeff Jacobson] - Wormfood, Wormfood In the poor isolated town of Whitewood California year old Arch Stanton has a bad job at the local bar and grill that is about to get much worse and despite his skills with firearms he may not

  • Title: Wormfood
  • Author: Jeff Jacobson
  • ISBN: 9781605421018
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
Wormfood

Wormfood Best Read || [Jeff Jacobson], Wormfood, Jeff Jacobson, Wormfood In the poor isolated town of Whitewood California year old Arch Stanton has a bad job at the local bar and grill that is about to get much worse and despite his skills with firearms he may not survive the weekend Arch s boss Fat Ernst would do anything for a chance at easy money and when he forces Arch to do some truly dirty work all hell breaks loose SuddenlIn the poor isola Wormfood Best Read || [Jeff Jacobson] - Wormfood, Wormfood In the poor isolated town of Whitewood California year old Arch Stanton has a bad job at the local bar and grill that is about to get much worse and despite his skills with firearms he may not

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  • The story takes place in a small rural community, down on its luck Our protagonist, Arch, is desperately trying to make enough money to keep his grandmother and himself in their trailer He s a naive, sympathetic, and good hearted character who you can t help but root for He is easily led and is complicit in some pretty terrible deeds Trust me, he goes through some bad times, even before the worms To make money he s forced to work as general dogsbody at a diner, all of his tasks unpleasant Then t [...]


  • One of the eternal tropes of horror is the question Are you eating it, or is it eating you With hundreds of books and movies out there to play on the question, it might seem that the genre s been overdone However, just when we think there s nothing left to say about a subject, an author like Jeff Jacobson comes along and paints a horrifying and original image that is both based in reality and nauseatingly effective Welcome to Wormfood.The story revolves around Arch Stanton, a 16 year old who liv [...]


  • In his second book, Wormfood, Jeff Jacobson dons the narrative mantle of a sixteen year old boy who lives in one of the most deprived areas imaginable in Northern California The narrative voice of the protagonist, Arch Stanton, is dead on However, Mr Jacobson seems to confuse a sixteen year old s narrative voice for a sixteen year old s imaginary storytelling, and the resulting gaping plot holes and his reliance on tired stereotypes ultimately undermines the tale Arch Stanton is an orphan who li [...]


  • This whacked out masterpiece of backwoods mayhem and epic grossness begins incredibly then just just keeps getting better This is the first novel I ve read by Mr Jacobson and I was extremely impressed with his talent This book is full to the brim with scenes of amazing grossness that are by turns hilarious and just completely sickening This interesting combination of humor and shocks reminded me of the best B Horror films, but way intelligently put together Jacobson s writing is extremely tight [...]


  • This was a fun read with a great almost but not quite believable premise HIgh on the ish factor, had a lot of humor and one really creepy character that I would love to read about If you enjoy movies like Tremors or Slither you ll enjoy this Just be careful what you order at those out of the way country bar grills.


  • Dang This is a gnarly little horror novel and definitely not for anyone with a squeamish stomach If you ve seen the movie Slither , then this would be similar, but on steroidsd not funny I can completely see this as a straight to DVD movie and I would totally watch it Leisa


  • Hilariously horrific This was written like a Scream script and was deliciously funny throughout I know that it is classified as a horror novel, and was in parts, but I found this to be such a bumbling comedy through most of it.


  • Gory Gripping Humorous This was a imaginative mash up which I thoroughly enjoyed I would like to see from this author.







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