The Devil's Kiss

The Devil's Kiss

The Devil s Kiss As the years pass Black Wilder is waiting for just the right moment to emerge from the shadows in the small prairie town The time is now the beasts are hungry the Undead are awake and the putrid s

  • Title: The Devil's Kiss
  • Author: William W. Johnstone
  • ISBN: 9780786010035
  • Page: 289
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the years pass, Black Wilder is waiting for just the right moment to emerge from the shadows in the small prairie town The time is now, the beasts are hungry, the Undead are awake, and the putrid stench of evil hangs in the area The townspeople are about to be touched by the Devil s kiss.

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    Hilariously, this book manages to be both clumsily erotic and kind of frightening. Johnstone writes like a horny 6th grade horror-geek who is learning English as a second language in the middle of backwoods Georgia, but something about this book makes me smile when I think of it. The author is purportedly a Christian, and the depictions of "satanic orgies" are supposed to shock and frighten us, but I get the feeling that Johnstone turned himself on when he was writing them. I think I have to rea [...]

    The Devil's Kissseries: The Devil book 1by: William W. JohnstoneHorror/OccultGroup: For The Love of A BookChallenge:Discovery Bookshelf Challenge ( R4C1)Group: Romance Readers Reading Challengeschallenge: 2017 March Monthly Challenge : 10. Reader's Choice: Read any book of your choice -- silently and unmercifully.As night falls heavily on the small prairie town, red-rimmed eyes look out from tightly shut windows. An occasional snarl rips from once-human throats. Shadows play on dimly-lit streets [...]

    This is the first in a series of novel's about Satanic covens and their supernatural exploits in the United States and Canada. It comes down to being an interesting blend of pulp fiction and the supernatural.An unusual preacher named Sam Bolan begins to find things a bit odd in his small Nebraska hometown. Church attendance is almost nonexistent. The town's denizens are acting strangely. People are disappearing. All in all, something evil is in the air.Sam eventually finds that the majority of t [...]

    This book was actually quite good. I would give it more stars and less stars. Less because of the anti Christian stuff in it, but being a Christian I know some of this stuff its all to true. More stuff because it was just plain good. So I will leave it at a very strong three. I will finish this series out I must find out what happens to the survivors and the town.

    Another good one. If you read the Devil's heart you will know that it is first in a sequeal of three books.

    This book is terrible. I am upset that I wasted a whole $.99 on it! I tried to get through it, I truly did, but I just eventually had to give up. I'm not sure what the author was trying to get across, but he definitely mentioned rock music multiple times in regard to why people were into devil worship. Maybe this was meant to be humorous?! I just have no idea. But I can assure you that when I listen to rock n roll, I don't want to go dance naked for Satan in the backwoods. At times, it seemed li [...]

    Hard time deciding between one or five stars. It's bad, real bad, but good-bad. It's like Jack Chick--the maker of the sublimely cheezy Christian comic pamphlets--wrote a horror novel. There's no real suspense, it's just fucking over-the-top ridiculous. But there's an energy and fun charge that kept me reading. It holds together because there's no hint of irony or self-awareness. The depiction of Satanists is probably true to what a lot of Real Americans® believe. Check it out if you like novel [...]

    I noticed a trend with WJ books.There is always a very physically strong, very intelligent and strategically talented man as the protagonist. Cunning as well. Good with a firearms.So someone devil adjacent comes to town after a long hibernation. All hell breaks loose. It's down to a preacher and his small band of friends to try and stop it.Eh.

    Another re-read for me. It's pretty much the same as I remembered. An entertaining way to spend a few hours.

    fantastically wicked and frightening, the thin line we all walk between good and evil.Greatly disliked the ending bit but understood that's how the story continues. And on to the next installment!

    When Joe Kenny's excellent "Glorious Trash" blog opened his review of this book with "Apparently William W. Johnstone devoted himself to writing for ten years before he finally got published, but reading The Devil’s Kiss you’d think it was more like ten minutes, and that’s with frequent breaks." I thought he was joking, but it's the most accurate thing I've read about this novel, as the book itself completely incompetent. Something weird is happening in the small town Whitfield, church att [...]

    The Devil's Kiss is the first in the Devil's series by William W Johnstone. Johnstone is a noted Western author and sometimes people forget he actual wrote a lot of horror novels. Johnstone's style of writing has been highly criticized as being amateurish and poorly written. He seems to favor page after page of dialog instead of paragraphs of detailed description. Does that make his books less enjoyable to read then others? Certainly not.I must confess to having a strange fondness for The Devil' [...]

    The Devil's Kiss has a moderately interesting plot with a Good v Evil theme which is turned into a reasonably entertaining story. The main character, a hard-ass gun toting preacher called Sam, has cliché tattooed down both arms, but fits his role like Arnie fits his in Predator. Sam gets a sprinkling of character development, but the supporting cast have to make do with a name and a one line résumé.The book is written in a pulpy style, which probably suits it. There's a lot of sex and violenc [...]

    So-so.2.5 stars.This is an okay read. I was interested enough to finish it, but not interested enough to pick up the next in the series. The novel is corny at times, juvenile even, and there are multiple typos. The characters are one-dimensional and not very interesting; I wasn't invested in who lived or died. I got this book for ninety-nine cents, and although it wasn't for me I'm okay with having spent a buck on it. It's not worth much more than that, though.

    When I was looking up this author I realized that I read sandmanwell I hated that book. I was very nervous of going into this. Well I got to say is that I loved this book.If you are religious back away because to you its blasphemy but if you love horror then this is for you. Thank god this is a series because I can tell you that it us. Gonna read the second one later.Ok no spoilers in this review. 5 devil worshippers out of 5

    2.5 stars.This is an okay read. I was interested enough to finish it, but not interested enough to pick up the next in the series.The novel is corny at times, juvenile even, and there are multiple typos. The characters are one-dimensional and not very interesting; I wasn't invested in who lived or died.I got this book for ninety-nine cents, and although it wasn't for me I'm okay with having spent a buck on it. It's not worth much more than that, though.

    Terrible. There really is no other word to describe this mess of a novel. Flat characters, a stupid plot, and not all the subtlety of a jackhammer outside your bedroom window at 3 in the morning. It's also not very scary, unless you find horrid prose frightening; in which case, it would be the king of horror novels.

    Awful. Writing is elementary school, there's no character development, the story seems to start in mid-thought. I hope Johnstone is a better writer of westerns. If I could give this a less than 1 rating, I would.

    This was probably the first book I ever read for the fun or reading. Because of this book, I read most of William W. Johnstones books, including the Ashes series, the Mountain Man series and it spin-off series, and of course all of the Devil's series.

    Read this in 10th grade. Scared the bejesus outta me. I started passing it around, the teachers got wind of it and tried to take it away. I never got it back and not sure who ended up with it.

    I read this book in 1987 while being stationed in Japan. Loved it. I bought the whole series. Would love to read it again.

    The first in the series and my favorite one. I like that the first one focuses on the mother and father and the others are on the sun. Very well written series

    AhhhhhhI'm sorry but I can not recommend this book, it's over the top with violence, and gore. And blasphemy that really bothered me. I think you took it to far.

    good readgood book to kill time with in a sunday afternoon when work is slow. kept my attention the whole time.

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