Sunburn

Sunburn

Darren Dash / Dec 15, 2019

Sunburn When three friends go on holiday to Bulgaria protecting themselves from sunburn is their only concern But when they run into a beast unlike any they ve ever imagined it becomes a savage fight for su

  • Title: Sunburn
  • Author: Darren Dash
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When three friends go on holiday to Bulgaria, protecting themselves from sunburn is their only concern But when they run into a beast unlike any they ve ever imagined, it becomes a savage fight for survival They will burn in the day but the night holds even darker terrors in store A tale of friendship, holidays, relationships, sacrifice and growth, where one painfullWhen three friends go on holiday to Bulgaria, protecting themselves from sunburn is their only concern But when they run into a beast unlike any they ve ever imagined, it becomes a savage fight for survival They will burn in the day but the night holds even darker terrors in store A tale of friendship, holidays, relationships, sacrifice and growth, where one painfully vulnerable young man must come of age or perish at the hands of a monster like none you will have seen before A fast paced, grisly, tongue in cheek retelling of a legend as old as time, by the author of The Evil And The Pure The story flows like a dream, and the characters are diverse, divisive and distinct Mr Dash can not only create a thrilling horror, but the kinds of characters, depth and quality with which he completes the novel bring it to a much higher level Sunburn is engaging, horrific and visceral, interesting and truly well written Matthew R Bell s Book Blog Bonanza vivid and unrelenting Dash fully realizes the unnamed monster in all of its grotesque, imposing physicality the novel offers captivating tension and brutal, gory fun Kirkus Reviews I cannot go on enough about the book, how great it is and how entertaining This is an author who knows how to make the readers laugh, cry and scream in terror To call this a must read is an understatement Kelly Smith Reviews A well written and disturbing piece of fiction that explores relationships and delves into the deepest corners of the human mind The plot reads like an international horror movie, enticing the reader with a series of detailed and comedic chapters before exploding into a vision of blood chilling gore Books, Films Random Lunacy This demonic masterpiece does not fail to disappoint even the biggest of horror fans Crossing Pixies A violent culmination of love, friendships, hilarity, thrill, horror and sex Isn t that what we all want from a good book Sunburn literally had me completely HOOKED A brilliant and thrilling read Chase That Horizon The elements of classic horror are very much present here Sunburn held me firmly in the moment, demanding my full attention right to the very last page Thoughts Of An Overactive Imagination Darren Dash builds up the suspense with skillful pacing and a healthy dose of literary restraint, wisely refraining from indulging in the most horrific and grotesque elements of the plot until the reader has become invested in the characters The result is a horror novel that is suspenseful, fun to read, and at times, very gruesome indeed It also contains some very good reasons for never forgetting to wear sunscreen Safie Maken Finlay, author Sunburn held me firmly in the moment, demanding my full attention right to the very last page Then, just when you begin to think you re safe, unholy bloody mayhem ensues The Thoughts And Ramblings Of An Overactive Mind Like the Hostel films, they have a lot of set up and then shizzle hits the fan and then hits it again for good measure Dark Readers.

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    About "Darren Dash"

      • Darren Dash

        Darren Dash was born in England in 1972, but has spent most of his life in Ireland, where he lives with his wife and son In his day job, under a different name, he has sold over 25 million books worldwide, mainly in the YA market But he feels much at home in the nights of his adult worlds


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    1. I read Darren Dash's alter-ego ever since I was twelve. That's nearly a decade of dedication. When he moved into the adult horror genre and I was privileged to review The Evil And The Pure, I was so excited. When he contacted me to review his next book, Sunburn, I might have fangirled a little bit. Just a little!I read Sunburn over three days, savoring each word, each scene. Not because I am biased by my longtime fandom, but because it was just that good.Rarely in a horror novel does the reader [...]


    2. 4.5/5 StarsDominic knew instantly that this was a literal monster,and to his surprise he had no problem accepting itI love a traditional monster horror; the simple man vs beast battle that always seems utterly hopeless. Sunburn, is exactly what the doctor ordered. It fulfills my credentials and then some. Mr Dash (Shan) can not only create a thrilling horror, but the kinds of characters, depth and quality with which he completes the novel bring it to a much higher level.Also, the author's tradem [...]


    3. SunburnWow! I just finished reading this and I must say I don't look forward to being out in the sun anytime soon! In a not to be forgotten vacation of a lifetime, unexpected things take place that will make you rethink that side trip next time you're in a small town in some faraway country! Locals don't always have the best of intentions and nightmares sometimes come true!


    4. I'm a huge fan of Darren Shan, having read pretty much everything he's ever released, and I'm sure I've written it before, but it never ceases to amaze me just how imaginative he is. Unlike his previous Darren Dash book, The Evil and The Pure, Sunburn is a traditional, grisly monster story with a lot of twists and turns and a strong, fantastical horror theme. Yet however formulaic the basis is, the intricacies of the plot and details of the monster are truly unique.I love Darren's very visual wr [...]


    5. The second book for adults from Darren Dash, better known as the master of young adult horror Darren Shan. This is on a more familiar territory than the first as it has a horror premise. Two couples are heading to Bulgaria together for a holiday, Dominic and Martini (who planned it) and Curran and Liz. Curran's usual antics means Liz doesn't come so Martini finds herself facing a holiday trying to rein in her boyfriend from the bad influence of his best friend.Gradually the tension builds until [...]


    6. The book was really entertaining. The only that troubled me was that the real action starts much later in the book. The first part of the book was dedicated to the characters entirely while giving small information about the beast from time too time. And the small problems among the characters(arguments, disagreement), those nearly discouraged me. But once the confrontation with the monster, it became really interesting. Perhaps the reason I didn't like the first part so much is because I'm hang [...]


    7. This book is truly revolting. I loved it!In a typical Darren fashion, it's unlike the rest of his work, while having the same gut wrenching plot twists and unique, gory charm. The characters were interesting, and the the way it flitted seamlessly between the story and a slight internal monologue from a character was very well done. This story did start a bit slow, but once you're hooked then you can't put it down. I adored this book!


    8. If you go down to the woods todayDON'T! Do something else, in a crowded area with a lot of people and a decent phone signal. Preferably in the shade!The title is lovely and ambiguous, I didn't know what to expect when I started reading and so I don't want to say too much and give away the little gems that make up this book. Bulgaria seemed like an OK place to visit, there are seemingly some good historical sitesever now I've read this I'm not so sure. If you've seen any of the Hostel films, thos [...]


    9. I really don't know what to say about Sunburn. After the last Darren Dash book, I guess I had high hopes that this one would have a similarly large impact on me, leaving me shocked and yet grimly satisfied at the end. However, there was just something missing (or indeed, there was too much of something) for this to get anything more than 3 (maybe 3.5) stars from me.All the things were there that characterise a Darren (whatever the surname may be) book for me: the crazy idea, wacky characters, sn [...]


    10. Can i marry Darren's brain as disturbed as i think it might be. This man could write anything and i would still read it and love it and im loving his adult stuff there's just no holding back. This man could write a food menu and i love it. the synopsis is When three friends go on holiday to Bulgaria, protecting themselves from sunburn is their only concern. But when they run into a beast unlike any they've ever imagined, it becomes a savage fight for survival. They will burn in the day but the n [...]


    11. I found this book to be very disappointing.I had such high hopes for this after reading The Evil And The Pure but this one just fell short for me. I couldn't get myself to care about the characters while simultaneously thinking that there was too much boring character life. Once the gore-y action that he is so well known for started, I still couldn't care for the humans. Dominic, Curran, and Martini had little to no redeeming qualities about them and all seemed a little too larger than life to e [...]


    12. Jawdropping!I can honestly say that is his best book so far. I fell in love from the first page. I laughed, I cried, felt terrified and it was like I was actually there. A true master piece from the wonderful mind of Darren Dash/Shan .I look forward to his next


    13. I have read all of Darren Shan's books and they have all been fantastic. So this one was no exception. Based in Bulgaria, two young couples were supposed to go on holiday there but one dropped out. Interesting, funny and a bit creepy with some scares along the way. A must read.


    14. It was an immensely fantastic and enjoyable read, although the sex squicked me--there's just something about reading the words of your childhood hero talking about rape and "cornholes" that left me a little bewildered. That said--it was definitely a worthwhile read! Keep goin, Darren "Dash"!



    15. Unputdownable. I'm a huge fan of the author and this is one of the best books I have read of his. Believable characters,believable plot, and a book that held my attention and called to me when I had to do less important things like eat,sleep and go to work. A joy to read.


    16. Before I begin, I’d like to point out that I love Darren Shan’s (Dash) work. His demonata series helped me from my god awful days at school. They were an escape and made me feel better that there were people (I don’t care if they’re fiction) with bigger problems! Waaay bigger problems! Problems of demonic proportions! If you haven’t read the demonata series then I suggest it be the next series you read. You know the saying; never judge a book by its cover but how can I not?! The book c [...]


    17. This book was amazing While you really get to know the characters in this story, humans and monster, it grips you! You feel for them and you curse them and you feel for them again This story made me smile, made me mad and made me check under my bed It scared me and I wanted to finish it as soon as I could! Not to get it over with But just to be sure if I had to keep a look out for the monster Creeping in the woods! Get ready for some real Darren Dash horror! If you are a fan! You'll love it! Tha [...]


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