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Charlee Jacob has written such a viscerally disturbing book in Haunter that even I had to put it down a few .

Charlee Jacob has written such a viscerally disturbing book in Haunter that even I had to put it down a few times simply because what was going on was so disgusting. And that, folks, takes some nasty material to achieve. Haunter is a sequel of sorts to Jacob's first novel, This Symbiotic Fascination. It's what extreme horror should be. Yeah, it's got the requisite rivers of blood and all kinds of lovingly detailed death and bodily desecration, but Jacob doesn't just want to gross you out.

Nell Anne 'Charlee' Jacob (June 2, 1952 - July 14, 2019) was an American author specializing in horror fiction, dark fantasy, and poetry

Nell Anne 'Charlee' Jacob (June 2, 1952 - July 14, 2019) was an American author specializing in horror fiction, dark fantasy, and poetry. Her writing career began in 1981 with the publication of several poems under the name Charlee Carter Broach. She began writing as Charlee Jacob in 1986. This native Texan is best known for her graphic explorations of the themes of human degradation, sexual extremism, and supernatural evil

Charlee Jacob is an American author specializing in horror fiction, dark fantasy, and poetry.

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No one has been willing to tread the same path of degradation, misery, and despair.

His touch brought nothing but fire and destruction, her touch nothing but uncaring cold. The phantoms of each man, woman, and child who ever perished from disease now walk among the living

His touch brought nothing but fire and destruction, her touch nothing but uncaring cold. The phantoms of each man, woman, and child who ever perished from disease now walk among the living. Containment is a novel of world-wide devastation and the race to save mankind. Bram Stoker Award winner Charlee Jacob delivers a beautifully gruesome picture of an apocalyptic nightmare. A pure masterpiece of modern horror fiction.

Author: Charlee Jacob Author Record 2102. Legal Name: Jacob, Charlee. Birthplace: Texas, USA. Birthdate: 1952. The Symbiotic Fascination (1997). Dread in the Beast (2005). Deathdate: 14 July 2019. Webpages: charleejacob. The Myth of Falling (2014). Season of the Witch (2016).

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Published by Leisure Books, Scranton, Pennsylvania, . ISBN 10: 084394966X ISBN 13: 9780843949667.

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Clinging to hope, the inhabitants of a small war-ravaged Cambodian village find salvation in the form of an American GI, a vessel for the great god Shiva, who offers them peace, but in order to enter paradise, they must first pass through a horrifying and hellish world. Original.

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FailCrew
This is a great book if you're already desensitized to violence and want to test whether or not you can still be shocked. I spend all day on the internet, and this book still managed to make me squirm. You will too. If not, you are probably a sociopathic axe-murderer rummaging through the burnt ruins of a library you found while wandering the post-apocalyptic hellscape of America. Well, good on you for surviving thus far. Get off the streets before the marauding cannibal biker gangs find you.
Lbe
Not exactly a sequel but within the same 'world' as Charlee Jacob's Symbiotic Fascination. This book focuses on Arcan Tyler's brother, though it doesn't remain on him, which fits considering his condition. I've read a lot of actiony-horror, and some of the more military-inclined stuff, like Jonathan Maberry or Delta Green. The book really takes a similar type of character, blindfolds them, shoves them to the edge of a cliff and kicks them off. Spinning into the dark void of creativity they witness and become horrors and gods. It's surreal, it's crazy, it's like the fever dream of a mad warrior priest.

If you like horror, want something new, to experience something new, this is it.
Onath
This is deep, dense, poetic, surreal, mystical and sometimes disgusting stuff. I didn't give it 5 stars because I felt like it could of been trimmed.. I think the author lost her way in a few parts. Anyway, I am dying to read more by her. This book is original and beats the heck out of most of the horror out there.
Opithris
It's hard to describe. There'd be a big spate of stuff going on, things were interesting...then 2 or 3 chapters it would be drag...drag...drag... then a few sentence or a paragraph of cool then drag...drag...drag...the pacing was off.
Fearlesssinger
I think I ditched it about 15 pages in. Did not deem it worthy of recycling via the library. The only fitting thing to do was to to throw it in the trash and cover it with massive amounts of waste kindly supplied by my 90lb German Shepherd. Truly repellent.
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Charlee Jacob, Haunter (Leisure, 2003)
For years I have been searching for the book that would compete with Robert Devereaux's debut novel, Deadweight, out on the bleeding edge of Most Extreme Horror Novel. No one has been willing to tread the same path of degradation, misery, and despair. What anguish must it cause a writer (because, as we all know, to convey emotions effectively the writer must feel them twice as strongly) to write a novel of such unremitting, relentless brutality?
Well, I finally found it. Charlee Jacob has written such a viscerally disturbing book in Haunter that even I had to put it down a few times simply because what was going on was so disgusting. And that, folks, takes some nasty material to achieve.
Haunter is a sequel of sorts to Jacob's first novel, This Symbiotic Fascination. Where that novel dealt with the depredations of baby brother Arcan Tyler, in Haunter Jacob focuses on the two big brothers, Vietnam vets Harry and Elliot Tyler. Elliot, after the war, joined a ragtag band of mercenaries led by the brutally perverse Saab Gestetner; Harry, after a quick trip home (related in This Symbiotic Fascination), simply vanished into the jungle, never to be seen again. Or so everyone thinks.
There's a new drug on the Cambodian streets called Soma. One dose will do you. After you take it, you spend a while in screaming hysterics, seeing the very bowels of hell. But after that, you become a being of radiant happiness, one whose contentment literally shines. And you stay that way for the rest of your natural life. The only problem is, it's really annoying the rest of Cambodia's drug lords. So, armed with only a supplier's name, the biggest of them hires Gestetner and his mercs to find the source of the Soma and either appropriate it or stamp it out. They find, however, a lot more than just a drug operation...
A plot (however thin) and really nasty-sounding events are not, however, enough to make a book a good novel. What really causes Haunter to rise above the masses is Jacob's use of the Cambodian landscape and the Hindu mythology in which it is steeped to address (and inventively answer) all those existential questions literature is "supposed" to address. You know, why are we here, what are we doing, etc. Between that and Jacob's willingness to spend time building her characters (in order, mostly, just to make you feel that little bit worse when the inevitable other shoe drops), this book comes out a winner. Better than This Symbiotic Fascination, but if you want to get more of a grip on Harry Tyler, you'll want to read that one first anyway. ****
Jockahougu
Holy Hindus on a hot plate, the lady done did it again!!! Charlee's back at it with Haunter, a tale of redemption and salvation in the jungles of Cambodia and deserts of Texas that not only lives up to her debut but surpasses it in every way. Plot crunch: A new living incarnation of Shiva has arisen to protect a small Cambodian village but a small group of mercenaries led by a righteous buttwad is after the village to obtain the soma, a narcotic that is integral to their religious ceremonies. You are pulled into the past transgressions of the heroes as well as those of the mercs and you are never allowed for a second to take the easy way out. What keeps drawing me to Charlee's work is to stare unflinchingly at the worst aspects and actions of humanity with a sense of reverence for the horror of it instead of resorting to cheap shock tactics. Her prose is gorgeous, her words searing even amidst the worst moments (bad just isn't a strong enough word for the torture and mutilation that occurs here). As much as I loved This Symbiotic Fascination, its narrative was hampered by myriad plot lines that seemed to have little to no relation to the core story; thankfully Haunter bears no such issues. Sure, you have many tales being thrown at you simultaneously but by the end they are woven together seamlessly. Not for weak stomachs or hearts but a damn good read from one of the most original and powerful authors in horror.
Haunter download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Charlee Jacob
ISBN: 084395096X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Leisure Books; First Edition edition (February 1, 2003)
Pages: 384 pages