[[ Free eBook ]] Down the Drain Author Daniel Pyle – Kairafanan.co

first there was Jaws Peter Benchley that stopped me swimming in the sea, then Chocolate Covered Eyes Lori Lopez that stopped me accepting chocolate from monsters Now I have to worry about bathing this is a gripping, no nonsense, gory and descriptive tale.Loved the cats perspective to start the horror off with This really left me feeling a little sick and urgh at what might be lurking under my shower Daniel Pyle has a really twisted imagination, which is just what you want to have in this genre brilliant stuff not afraid to shockspecial mention to a penis that SLAPS against a thigh grin This was a true horror story especially for guys, I think LOL I almost didn t want to finish reading it, but couldn t help Daniel Pyle s imagination is unfathomable If like terror, this is the book for you Dark tale it drives well with a sense of unexpected terror A short story, you would not want to enter a bathroom again unless equipped with a sledgehammer. Down the Drain is a unique, intriguing, crazy, fun, and quick read This short horror story by Daniel Pyle is worth the read However, unlike most of the reviews for this story, I WILL be bathing again just might check the drain first.The opening in this story is from the main character s Bruce s cat, Selina I found this pretty funny, that is, until the creature from the bathtub eats poor Selina Bruce comes home to find his cat missing, but has no clue as to where she went Bruce decides he wants a nice hot bubble bath Now, this is where things get interesting crazy and unique The bathtub practically rapes Bruce No, I m not kidding You just have to read this story It s one of the strangest stories I ve read in a while. From my blog Rediscovering Horror FictionIf the author s bio at the end of the book is to be believed, Daniel Pyle has not not bathed since writing this story He must be a stinky man indeed by now, but this 60 odd page novelette about man vs man eating bath tub may well put you off personal hygiene yourself.Bruce does not have an easy life His wife left him years ago, his construction job leaves him exhausted at the end of each day, and his cat Selina a joke Batman fans will likely get is his only companion One day Bruce forgets to leave water out for the cat, and Selina makes her way to the bathroom trying to find something to drink Suddenly and inexplicably, Selina is savagely devoured by the newly sentient bathtub Yes, strangeness is afoot chez Bruce Things get even bizarre, though, when our hero, needing a good soak for his aching muscles, heads off for the bath where he is How shall I put this He s sexually assaulted by the bathtub Needless to say that s not something Bruce takes lightly.It s a brief tale but Pyle makes use of the pages he has Down the Drain is fast paced, creepy, and downright bizarre There s some dark humor here, but he always takes the horror seriously, which I respect The ebook is available for just.99 at.com and Barnes and Noble.From my blog Rediscovering Horror Fiction Rating 4.5 out of 5There is something to be said for the slam bang horror tale You know the type they drag you in, shake you around a bit, and then pull away, never once telling you why everything that happened, happened.While reading Down the Drain , a fast paced novelette by Daniel Pyle, I was struck at first by how strange and audacious the storytelling was Hell, the first chapter is told through the viewpoint of a cat From there, it moves onto the main character, Bruce, a lonely independent contractor whose bathtub seems to have a thing for cat flesh and penises Short story even shorter, Bruce is accosted one night while bathing, the accursed tub doing things to him that might not be printable on a family blog before giving birth to something even stranger than a living, breathing hunk of porcelain.This is a very straight forward, action driven tale And it s also fun The scares are there, and the creepiness, but it s the sense of humor and the desire to shock you that shines I laughed out loud and cringed at the same time while I read it especially during a scene involving a waggling phallus and the contemplation of how far away is a safe enough distance from a man eating bathtub.Never once is a reason given for the bathtub s actions, and that s okay Sometimes, you can be given a larger chill by not knowing than if the author were to give you an unsatisfactory explanation I love this style of storytelling, though I m not very good at it, myself Therefore, I have much respect for those who do Down the Drain is a rumpus of uncomfortable horror It goes by quickly, and will grab you in places you ll never expect and jiggle you around a while It s an extremely enjoyable ride, no matter how short it is I personally guarantee fun will be had by all who read this unless you re bothered by naked men running around and defending themselves from man eating bathroom fixtures, that is.Plot 9Characters 8Voice 10Execution 9Personal Enjoyment 9Overall 45 50 4.5 5 I may never take a bath or shower again In fact, maybe I should just avoid all bathrooms with tubs showers all together This is a great short tale about well a bathtub in a really bad freaking mood.Unlike another book I read by this author, this one is much less realistic it tries too hard, but on purpose It wants to scare and shock you, but it really wants to make you do that ha ha, I m not scared laugh while you lock the bathroom door from the outside.It takes a lot for me to enjoy a short story novella whatever you want to call them I usually find them underdeveloped duh but I didn t feel that way at all with Down The Drain.You need to be not a prude and enjoy a little scare tactics and not mind a real WTF moment Recommended for those that can take it This is a fun horror little story, well worth purchasing. Down the Drain is exactly what you would want out of a short story The novella is overflowing with scares as Pyle showers us with some cringe inducing images In fact, the story was so stark and brutal that I was taken completely off guard in the best way possible Any thoughts that a story about a crazed bathtub would be funny and good natured are wiped away after the first chapter Pyle plays it straight and, ultimately, that is what elevates Down the Drain above other silly monster fare This isn t to say that Pyle doesn t have fun with his audience He does maintain playful prose throughout which helps to tie the whole story together It is that wonderful juxtaposition of a silly idea taken seriously and serious horror written playfully that makes Down The Drain a novella that every horror fan should check out. Flannery looks through her Kindle Hmmm, I want to read something fast What looks short Ah This one I think it was free from Starts reading Wait a second, is this from the point of view of the cat The bathtub did what now Dude, you aren t going to find your cat anytime soon.DON T GET IN THE BATHTUB Um, this has quite a few mentions of jerking off, penises, and semen threads GET THE HELL OUT OF THE BATHTUB Ew, is it made up of all the stuff that goes down the drain Okay, I would NOT try to engage Didn t you see that Discovery Channel special about those people with the snakes under their house Dude, I d move pronto.Are you kidding me, Bruce You deserve what is coming to you.Story finished Did I enjoy it Well, it was entertaining, to be sure And it definitely grossed me out several times Mission accomplished Amazing EPub, Down The Drain By Daniel Pyle This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Down The Drain , Essay By Daniel Pyle Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You