Squeal

Squeal Jake Huntsman created the WISH program in order to rehabilitate the broken and the misguided to reshape young lives before they are hardened and ruined Deep in the Hoh Rainforest his wards are forced

  • Title: Squeal
  • Author: Enoch St. John
  • ISBN: 9780692201862
  • Page: 270
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jake Huntsman created the WISH program in order to rehabilitate the broken and the misguided to reshape young lives before they are hardened and ruined Deep in the Hoh Rainforest, his wards are forced to reevaluate the world around them, and the values they embody But this time, the WISH trip to redemption is interrupted by a monstrous force a rabid, feral hog, bred to bJake Huntsman created the WISH program in order to rehabilitate the broken and the misguided to reshape young lives before they are hardened and ruined Deep in the Hoh Rainforest, his wards are forced to reevaluate the world around them, and the values they embody But this time, the WISH trip to redemption is interrupted by a monstrous force a rabid, feral hog, bred to be destroyed, faces off with the skeletal team of leaders and seven deadly teens, intent on devouring them one by one.

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    1. The following is based on a free copy of the novel provided by the author in exchange for an honest review and originally appeared at Horror After Dark.Picking up a novel by a first time published author is always a bit of a raffle. Sometimes you wind up disappointed by what you've won; other times you walk away pleasantly surprised with your bounty. And then there are those times when it's a bit of a mixed bag.Squeal starts very promisingly. St. John wastes no time in introducing the reader to [...]

    2. Have to be honest, I didn't have high hopes for this book in the beginning. I was wrong. Enoch St. John certainly gave me a little twist I wasn't expecting there at the end. The story begins with a group of juvenile delinquents heading into the woods on a retreat to try and change their lives when things start to go horribly wrong right from the beginning. A mutated wild hog is on the lose, but is that the only monster in the woods? St. John does a good job building the characters. The only prob [...]

    3. This story drew me in, keeping me fascinated until the end. The character development was decent, although many of the characters could have easily used a little more depth. The suspense was okay, although not spectacular (but I also read a lot of Stephen King so I have high expectations.) And the ending wrapped up a little quickly, but it also completely surprised me, which doesn't often happen in horror stories, so that was good. Overall it was a pretty good book, with just a few little nitpic [...]

    4. ~4.5 Stars~Okay, sothis book . I initially bought it because I heard 'unattended young people in the wild + pig', thought Lord of the Flies, and decided that if it was anything like Lord of the Flies, it would be great. And while it is a lot different than Lord of the Flies, there is still that feel to it. (view spoiler)[ Also, David Zhang is a better Roger than Roger was,wow this kid .(hide spoiler)]I'm going to start with the things I didn't like, because there were only a few - just enough to [...]

    5. Is Squeal about a man using his unique talents to help young people get their lives on the right path?Is Squeal about troubled teens learning important life lessons?Is Squeal about justice?Is Squeal about taking real life characters out of their natural habitat for a voyeuristic psychological experiment?Is Squeal about realistic dialog between people from different cultures, socioeconomic statuses, and geographic locations from across a great melting-pot country?Is Squeal about dramatic characte [...]

    6. A small youth reform camping trip becomes the unfortunate prey for a giant killer pig. Enoch St. John's Squeal transforms this premise from a simple creature feature to a semi-nuanced character study. Through the use of internal dialogs the author carves the troubled youths and camp organizers from common tropes to actualized individuals struggling to survive in their home life and the forest. While the book doesn't quite push itself far enough, it is a surprisingly smooth and enjoyable read whe [...]

    7. Unfortunately, this novel just didn't speak to me.While I had hopes from the opening chapter that this was just going to be a fun horror story, the fast pace quickly began to slow to a crawl. It felt to me like the author was just trying to be a little too clever. The story tried to raise themes - nature versus nurture, Church versus State, natural selection, the ethics of designer breeding - but quickly swept them aside again to make room for new ones.In the second third of the story, the horro [...]

    8. It was ok. I wasn't connected to the characters. It didn't make ANY sense, the ending. I went back to the beginning to see if I missed anything, and I didn't. The idea was very interesting but it could have been executed better.

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