NightWhere

NightWhere She yearned to go beyond but some curtains should never be opened When Rae broached the idea of visiting an underground sex club Mark didn t blink He should have Because NightWhere is not your usual

  • Title: NightWhere
  • Author: John Everson
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  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • She yearned to go beyond but some curtains should never be opened.When Rae broached the idea of visiting an underground sex club, Mark didn t blink He should have Because NightWhere is not your usual swingers club Where it s held on a given nighty those who receive the red invitations know Soon Rae is indulging in her lust for pain And Mark is warned by a beaShe yearned to go beyond but some curtains should never be opened.When Rae broached the idea of visiting an underground sex club, Mark didn t blink He should have Because NightWhere is not your usual swingers club Where it s held on a given nighty those who receive the red invitations know Soon Rae is indulging in her lust for pain And Mark is warned by a beautiful stranger to take his wife away before it s too late.But it s already too late Because Rae hasn t come home Now Mark is in a race against time to find NightWhere again and save his wife from the mysterious Watchers who run the club To stop her from taking that last step through the degradations of The Red into the ultimate BDSM promise of The Black More than just their marriage and her life are at stake Rae is in danger of losing her soul

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    1. This hardcover is numbered 80 of 100 copies printed and is signed by John Everson.Eclipse Limited Hardcover #14Cover by Philip Simpson

    2. I'm usually not into erotic type stuff, but this is something of another sort entirely. Very few books leave me going "What in the heck?" and sticks with me after I've read it. Very few books leave me thinking about them during times I'm not reading them and leave me waiting to be able to read them again. This was one of them. The last book to do this was Survivor by JF Gonzalez. That book, like Nightwhere leave me asking myself "Could I ever write anything even close to this?" Probably not. Eve [...]

    3. If I was to give this review a title it would be (tongue firmly planted in cheek) "Hellraiser meets 50 Shades" and while this is mostly a joke it is also not far from the truth. Those unfamiliar with John Everson should pick up his Stoker Award-winning Covenant and its sequel, Sacrifice, which in this reader's opinion is a much better place to start, since Everson's body of work (at least that I've read) is not quite souesome and explicitly graphic, which is not a bad thing. If you're a fan of t [...]

    4. If your into bondage, S&M and kinky sex clubs then there is a place for you called NightWhere. Except you can’t go looking for it, NightWhere looks for you. NightWhere by John Everson is the story of a secret swinger’s club where all your dreams and nightmares about pain and degradation come true.Rae wasn’t satisfied with her marriage to Mark, she wanted more and whips, chains and bizarre sex is what she was looking for. Mark reluctantly starts to go to underground sex clubs with Rae t [...]

    5. Warning: This is not a dark erotica or BDSM fantasy read. It’s a horror themed book that includes graphic erotic scenes that are highly disturbing. The emphasis is on S & M at the receiving end of sociopathic mentality Doms . Safe words are never used or addressed, ever.Blue. Red. Black. Meaningless terms until I read this book and found out why I never want to hear them used in this sequence with BDSM ever again. I was totally sucked into this story with its graphic violence, gore, perver [...]

    6. Where do I start with this one? Is it a 3 star or a 2 star? I'm not sure. I ended up with a 2.5 star which truncates down to a 2 star. It was a little better than okay but I can't say that I quite liked it. This is definitely a horror BDSM story which didn't appeal to me even though I really wanted it to appeal to me. It wasn't the horror that bothered me. Even the evil perverse portrayals of BDSM didn't really bother me. I mean, some of the scenes, I could see it in a Tarantino movie easily. As [...]

    7. I read this for an author invite group read at my horror group. John Everson has a large, loyal fan base, and he is one of the "good guy" authors who makes himself accessible to his readers. I admire that in an author.I found NightWhere very readable in a page-turner way, yet tedious in parts at the same time. I didn't want to put the book down because I wanted to know what each chapter would bring and how the story would end, but the constant sex scenes started reading like something at Literot [...]

    8. It was Clive Barker's The Hellbound Heart that first opened my eyes to the erotic potential of true, blood-curdling horror. The House of Blood by Wayne C. Rogers (sadly out of print) came next, upping factors both fetish and fear, and making me wonder how much further an author could take it. While it's taken me far too long to enjoy the answer, it comes in the form of John Everson's NightWhere, the glorious finale in an unholy thematic trinity of blood, bondage, and blasphemy.While there is no [...]

    9. A BDSM horror book? By an author who has won the Bram Stoker award for his horror fiction no less? Yes, it's true and I just inhaled this story as fast as I could. The fact that I loved this book with all it's depravity, blood and gore, surprises me, and it may take me a while to figure out why. But for now, I'm just basking in the joy of reading something very different in the BDSM genre with prose that is bound to chill the bones of everyone who reads it.The blurb does a good job of describing [...]

    10. Have you ever read the last page of a book then turn the page and realize that there's nothing else so you go back and re-read the last page again thinking maybe something else will materialize after you turn the page AGAIN? Well, um, me either, I totally wouldn't do something crazy like that. Okay, fine, I did. This book was my first "horror" book. I had no idea what to expect. I mean, I had envisioned Nightmare on Elm Street kind of horror. But what I got was suspense, mystery, erotica, maybe [...]

    11. Nightwhere is about Rae, who needs a firm hand in the sex department and Mark, her husband, who can only go so far. To keep her as his wife, he agrees to BDSM clubs and swinging, but only with the others knowledge and permission. The couple get an exclusive invite to Nightwhere where blood and pain are an everyday occurrence. Rae instantly gets drawn in to the scene, leaving Mark to trail after her. One night Rae doesn't come home and Mark starts to realize that the Nightwhere is not a regular c [...]

    12. Nightwhere can best be summed up in two words - FREE. KEY. (I'll give you a moment to figure it out). Nightwhere by John Everson is an emotionally intense ride into the underground world of BDSM/swing-style sex clubs. Everson pulls no punches in this novel that is extremely graphic in terms of gore and eroticism. Very dark in nature - and I do mean VERY - Nightwhere follows the story of Mark and Rae, a young married couple who are into the swinger lifestyle. After being invited to Nightwhere, an [...]

    13. I would have enjoyed the book better if I liked the characters better. The overall story I got into but the main protagonist I felt had to be the stupidest man to ever live on this planet. ::::Spoilers::::::: Mark & Rae (not really for Mark but hey he loves her so let her fuck multiple guys to keep her) enjoy the swinger lifestyles but decide to go deeper into Nightwhere which takes the S & M scene into a whole different realm (literally). Rae gets sucked into Nightwhere and doesn’t re [...]

    14. Nightwhere tells the story of Mark and his wife Rae, Mark realised early on in his relationship with his wife that she is insatiable and that he on his own would never be able to satisfy his partner. So they are regulars on the swinger scene, Rae searches for the ultimate thrill, Mark goes along because he doesn’t want to lose her and their relationship defines the word ‘open’. They receive an invite to the elusive Nightwhere club, a club that you don’t find, it finds you, Rae finally fi [...]

    15. Intense! John Everson really turns up the heat with NightWhere. I had no idea what to expect from an "erotic horror" novel. I would say it was a lot more horror than erotic. This is a couples journey into some seriously dark and over the line kinky s@*t. One drawn into the dark and one trying to save and be saved. This novel is dripping in blood and takes the reader for one hell of a wild ride! Literally! Enjoy!

    16. 2.5 starsThis is definitely horror of the worst kind. Don't read if you don't have a strong stomach. 85% of the story had you wanting to know what was going to happen and rooting for the H, but then he turned out to be just plain stupid and ruined it.

    17. Mark and Rae are a young married couple living in Chicago. Rae's desire for something more leads them to an open relationship among the local swinger scene. But in time, even different partners leave Rae unfulfilled. Mark is enjoying things, although he'd be more than happy remaining monogamous with his wife if she so chose. What she chooses are at first trips to tamer S&M clubs, and eventually, they are invited to NIGHTWHERE, an invite-only, urban legend of a club where it's reported one ca [...]

    18. I really went back and forth on how many stars to give this book. I cannot say that I would ever recommend it to another person. It's dark, grim, disturbing. It has the dubious distinction of being the only book that I have ever read that gave me nightmares (think reading about NightWhere is bad? Try dreaming about being in it). It is twisted and drags the reader into a horrible world.All of this makes it one of the best horror novels I've ever read. It's disturbing on a very primal, very viscer [...]

    19. This is a horror story, make no bones about it, 'scuse the pun. On John Everson's creativity for his vision and development of the stages of hellish horror that make Nightwhere, I'd give 5 stars, and I guess this is one of the main reasons this book won the Bram Stoker Horror Award and for the development of the story. As a horror story I would give it 5 stars.As a BDSM story I would give it no more than 2 stars. I already dislike the way many people already have a negative view of BDSM practice [...]

    20. NightWhere by John Everson is not my kind of 'horror' story. To me, it was the story of a selfish, highly self-indulgent woman and the weak, clueless husband to whom she was married. I was never able to find any sympathy for either of the main characters, so I never cared what happened to either of them. As for the BDSM, it was truly overplayed.I cannot recommend this book, but if you like BDSM horror it may be your cup of tea. Don't let me stop you!!

    21. I've Been Looking Everywhere For This ClubThe concept of this demonic (or is it angelic?) sex club that can appear wherever it wants is pretty spectacular. The denizens are suitably creepy. The mix of pain and pleasure is so intriguing to me, which is why I was drawn into the book, and is also to some extent why I was let down. The S&M scenes are great, but the reader remains pretty distant from them, because the main character is distant from them. Most of the action follows Mark, the husba [...]

    22. It was the strangest book of my life, but a very interesting one, too. I wasn't sure whether to read it or not, because I was afraid it would be too hard for my guts. It wasn't.It was very gruesome, brutal, extreme at moments, but written in such a good style, that it wasn't a problem at all. It gives you this weird feeling somewhere down deep, but it's nice.The book doesn't slow down for even a moment, it's entertaining practically all the time. Definitely a top-notch horror novel. Would read a [...]

    23. Nothing I have ever read by Everson prepared me for the ride he took me on in NightWhere. The power and revulsion of the scenes in the book and the descent of the characters into an almost unimaginable world were something I could have never conceived. At the same time I could not put it down. The characters are so well drawn and their actions so believable that scenes from the book recur in my thoughts regularly. Very moving experience.

    24. Wow, what a gory, disturbing read! It wasn't so much "erotica" as horror, although the sex was explicit and disturbing. If you're tired of the standard BDSM club scene, then this is definitely a unique horrifying twist.

    25. This is what erotic horror/horror erotica (take your pick) should be. A twisted story with incredibly hot scenes. This was wonderful, and though I felt like the twist (view spoiler)[of Selena being an angel (hide spoiler)] was forced to give balance, it still gets five stars.

    26. John Everson's NIGHTWHERE is far from a terrible book. But it's not a particularly good one either. Frankly, I would have given it two stars for "it was ok" but, in truth, I think that Everson's talent as a wordsmith warrants a little more. Thus, I chose three stars even though the description of "liked it" is inaccurate in my case. Everson's fictional BDSM club, Nightwhere, acts as a sort of window into another dimension which, if it isn't supposed to be Hell outright, comes very close. It's an [...]

    27. This review can also be found at topoftheheapreviewsSetting: A majority of this novel takes place in a seedy night club called NightWhere. Where your darkest BDSM fantasies can come true. Now, I've never seen the inside of one of these clubs, nor have I had the desire to. But what I imagine them to be like, is pretty much the image that John Everson paints in my head. Sweaty bodies cutting in-between couples, people going in to darkened corners of the bar where you can here screams of blissful a [...]

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