FREE READ Ê Brew By Bill Braddock

Brew By Bill Braddock

READ & DOWNLOAD Brew By Bill Braddock

To survive while Herbert Weston the brilliant sociopath who engineered the entire catastrophe strolls the chaos fulfilling sadistic fantasies​One minute everyone's having a blast partying it up after another football victory; the next minute all those crowded bars balconies and house parties look like so many acres of he. Ever read a thriller where terrible things are promised but never happen Sometimes we don’t want the hero to save the day before the poop hits the fanBREW is not like that This zombie ish novel by Bill Braddock and published by Permuted Press reads like a thriller but delivers the goods and then someIn BREW it’s Saturday night on a college campus and the students are out in force drinking the local brew Unfortunately somebody spiked the brew with a drug that will make them violently insane Then the real party will get startedIt’s a story of survival against ridiculous odds as a large majority of the population of a college goes insane at the same timeI had the opportunity to read an advance copy and really liked it endorsing it with the following uote “Hell is throwing a party and Bill Braddock is bringing the BREW” Later I met the man himself at the World Horror Convention and he’s an awesome guy Enjoy the read and I hope you survive the night

READ Ü THARROWEBDESIGN.CO.UK Ì Bill Braddock

Ever been to a big college town on a football Saturday night Loud drunks glut the streets swaggering about in roaring leering laughing packs like sailors on shore leave These nights crackle with a dark energy born of incongruity; for beneath all that smiling and singing sprawls a bedrock of maliceErupting from this mean. It was supposed to be a harmless prank to get the small college town to wake up and take notice of the environmental issues plaguing society Just the green shitsthat’s all Unfortunately for them the chemist involved in making the colorful poop inducing drug to spike the towns favorite Cougar piss beer had another agenda Now the townsfolk are running amok fucking and killing each other in a massive game day free for all of bloody mayhem I really enjoyed this one from Bill Braddock It was fast paced gory and dark with well drawn characters and was actually pretty funny in parts I particularly enjoyed the scene Major Spoiler Alert view spoiler where Joel was tied to a bench getting ass raped by some crazy dude while another gal is literally chewing his dick off hide spoiler Refined Tastes killing each other in a massive game day free for all of bloody mayhem I really enjoyed this one from Bill Braddock It was fast paced gory and dark with well drawn characters and was actually pretty funny in parts I particularly enjoyed the scene Major Spoiler Alert view spoiler where Joel was tied to a bench getting ass raped by some crazy dude while another gal is literally chewing his dick off hide spoiler

Bill Braddock Ì 1 FREE READ

Soil is BREW a novel of survival horror that unfolds in a single apocalyptic night when hard partying College Heights swaps beer pong and karaoke for arson murder and cannibalism An embattled cast of unlikely heroes including a charismatic drug dealer a disenfranchised army vet and a smart tough as leather girl struggles. Holy smokes you know when you read “His eyes focused on her abdomen just below the floating rib where several inches of plump externally herniated intestine shone in the light He licked his lips What would it taste like” in the first few pages that you are in for a ride It’s the Hell Yeah kind of ride that took me back to what I love about horror and reminded me why I was so taken by the genre many years agoOne minute the city of College Heights is party central and the nextwell green ooze dripping psychos are going to town on each other BREW nails survival horror – tight pacing blistering action and well developed characters spread throughout the citycampus natch who are real and whose decisions throughout the course of the novel make sense crucial When done poorly survival horror boils down to a handful of paragraphs detailing whatever creative deaths the author could conjure up When done well or as in the case with BREW very well you hang on every word Refined Tastes karaoke for arson murder and cannibalism An embattled cast of unlikely heroes including a charismatic drug dealer a disenfranchised army vet and a smart tough as leather girl struggles. Holy smokes you Transforming Students know when you read “His eyes focused on her abdomen just below the floating rib where several inches of plump externally herniated intestine shone in the light He licked his lips What would it taste like” in the first few pages that you are in for a ride It’s the Hell Yeah Sociology of Higher Education kind of ride that took me back to what I love about horror and reminded me why I was so taken by the genre many years agoOne minute the city of College Heights is party central and the nextwell green ooze dripping psychos are going to town on each other BREW nails survival horror – tight pacing blistering action and well developed characters spread throughout the citycampus natch who are real and whose decisions throughout the course of the novel make sense crucial When done poorly survival horror boils down to a handful of paragraphs detailing whatever creative deaths the author could conjure up When done well or as in the case with BREW very well you hang on every word


10 thoughts on “Brew By Bill Braddock

  1. says:

    It was supposed to be a harmless prank to get the small college town to wake up and take notice of the environmental issues plaguing society Just the green shitsthat’s all Unfortunately for them the chemist involved in making the colorful poop inducing drug to spike the towns favorite Cougar piss beer had another agenda Now the townsfolk are running amok fucking and killing each other in a massive game day free for all of bloody mayhem I really enjoyed this one from Bill Braddock It was fast paced gory and dark with well drawn characters and was actually pretty funny in parts I particularly enjoyed the scene Major Spoiler Alert view spoiler where Joel was tied to a bench getting ass raped by some crazy dude while another gal is literally chewing his dick off hide spoiler


  2. says:

    Bill Braddock's BREW is a note perfect survival horror novel that starts with a keening air horn wail like a call to prayer in Hell and steamrolls on for the next three hundred pages without mercy This is how it is done Braddock displays a generous sense of humor his titular brew is locally known as Cougar piss and gives a clear nod to influences like Edward Lee Jack Ketchum and film maker Stuart Gordon But don't dismiss this book as fratboy gross out without substance Braddock draws from Cormac McCarthy's playbook as well when he delves deep into the memory of his well drawn characters to give the reader emotional resonance to keep the horror alive well into the last act Don't believe me? he stood at the edge of the creek and stared at the changes wrought by the passing waters Streamside trees were snapped to stumps beneath palpable vacancies where once had towered oaks and sycas of great size and incalculable age Below these further change in the creek itself where disgorged stones massive and monolithic canted at strange angles like pagan gods of tribes long vanished pediment now only to muddy banks laid raw where pendulous roots hung half revealed like the emboweled secrets of the world Braddock writes with immediacy unflinching honesty and heart enough for the end of the world Don't underestimate BREW because it's a book about beer that drives people crazy This isn't just some flavorless cheap swill; this is craft BREW rich and made with the finest ingredients Be warned though It ain't lite You better be ready for something that will knock you on your ass


  3. says:

    POSSIBLE SPOILERSIn the Pennsylvania town of College Heights things start off typical one Saturday night the football fans are celebrating a win the partiers are filling up the local bars and it seems every college student is on a mission to get drunk and have sexand the beer of choice is a local microbrew called Cougar Beer or Cougar Piss as the locals call it But it seems a slightly disgruntled chemistry student has used an environmental activist group to unknowingly plop his deadly concotion into the town's beer supply And within a short period of time College point goes from party town to hell town as the thousands affected by the beer begin to go on sexual and murderous rampages raping killing and even eating their victimsWelcome to Bill Braddock's debut novel which follows likeable drug dealer Steve and his new tough girlfriend Cat as they fight to survive this night of utter chaos There's also an older black man named Demetrius who is trying to bring back help to his friends trapped in one of the wings of the college and then there's Herbert Weston the lunatic responsible for the whole mess who sets up shop atop the college and takes shots at both infected and non infected alike as he takes out his self righteous revenge while tormenting a low level pornographer named JoelBREW which reminded me a lot of Richard Laymon's classic novel ONE RAINY NIGHT keeps the apocalyptic goodness contained to a small town but the suspense level and sense of impending doom come through on every page The violence gets extreme and the action is nearly non stop yet Braddock manages to craft some memorable characters several of whom I hated to see go The book and the chaos ends a bit uickly but considering how rapidly things happen from the first page I doubt anyone will mind If you like your horror fast furious and as goryviolent as it gets definitely grab this BREW But you may think twice before partaking of a local beer again


  4. says:

    Brew is creative gold but it did seem a bit much at points I really set out to love this book Set in a college football town this story could've been pulled from the headlines But too many characters and a horribly gratuitous scene in a fraternity just sullied the waters and ruined it for me There were great intentions here I wanted to give this story another star but in the end it just left a little too much bitter aftertaste Three solid stars for the storyline which seemed like a great idea Brew just suffered from a few too many unnecessary scenes that slowed any progress being made


  5. says:

    I mean WOW Like book length repeated rabbit punches to the kidneys but very very well written A lot of writers have tried to imitate splatter punk with heavy infusions of gore and bloodshed over the past few yearsbut the whole point of splatterpunk isn't gore at the EXPENSE of character development and pathos The gore is IMHO supposed to heighten the danger and the suspense and risk and tragedyBREW has characters you care about you really feel BAD when they die Don't want to offer spoilers but there are a handful of folks in this book you expect to make it and they don't That to me is the purpose of gore infused violence in splatterpunk to really enforce that vibe that maybe NO ONE is getting out alive


  6. says:

    Holy smokes you know when you read “His eyes focused on her abdomen just below the floating rib where several inches of plump externally herniated intestine shone in the light He licked his lips What would it taste like?” in the first few pages that you are in for a ride It’s the Hell Yeah kind of ride that took me back to what I love about horror and reminded me why I was so taken by the genre many years agoOne minute the city of College Heights is party central and the nextwell green ooze dripping psychos are going to town on each other BREW nails survival horror – tight pacing blistering action and well developed characters spread throughout the citycampus natch who are real and whose decisions throughout the course of the novel make sense crucial When done poorly survival horror boils down to a handful of paragraphs detailing whatever creative deaths the author could conjure up When done well or as in the case with BREW very well you hang on every word


  7. says:

    Ever read a thriller where terrible things are promised but never happen? Sometimes we don’t want the hero to save the day before the poop hits the fanBREW is not like that This zombie ish novel by Bill Braddock and published by Permuted Press reads like a thriller but delivers the goods and then someIn BREW it’s Saturday night on a college campus and the students are out in force drinking the local brew Unfortunately somebody spiked the brew with a drug that will make them violently insane Then the real party will get startedIt’s a story of survival against ridiculous odds as a large majority of the population of a college goes insane at the same timeI had the opportunity to read an advance copy and really liked it endorsing it with the following uote “Hell is throwing a party and Bill Braddock is bringing the BREW” Later I met the man himself at the World Horror Convention and he’s an awesome guy Enjoy the read and I hope you survive the night


  8. says:

    As of his work comes out people will begin to realise what a powerhouse of ideas this guy is; each new book will be some addition to the genre that will have people wondering why they didn't think of it He might well be one of those writers we look back on in years to come and see that he brought new life to the form In this case the form is horror a genre I'm not into but Bill's approach is witty and adventurous and above all fun recommended to anyone who doesn't have a stick up their arse


  9. says:

    I received a free copy to review for my honest opinion Wanna be a Zombie for a Day? Read Brew Brew starts off the morning after the last insane 24 hours A character calling himself doc due to being a medical doctor wakes up wearing only boxers and sneakers in a room he doesn't recognize He inventories his wounds and then discovers a seriously injured woman in the hallway As he tries to help this stranger she obviously recognizes him and freaks out Then two things happen He suddenly remembers that she's a neighbor he's long admired from afar and he really really wants to taste her intestines—the ones she's cradling from a hole in her gut What the hell happened yesterday? He certainly doesn't remember and we're left intrigued and flipping pages faster than you can say zombie apocalypse Now that's what I call a hook I wanted to know what happened to doc but unfortunately he's a very minor player in his disaster We find out sort of but it's a bit part and if you blink you'll miss it The major players are Steve Cat Demetrius Joel and Herbert Other characters weave in and out as we go along we see some resolutions others we don't but overall we get a solid sense of what happens to everyone After all there's only so many descriptive scenes of gore and violence before the premise becomes redundant Not that I have a problem with either not me but sooner or later one gets numb to the whole concept Speaking of gore and violence Brew definitely delivers Slasher genre at its finest this book is all about how many ways can co eds meatheads and anyone standing in their way get sliced diced chewed up run over set on fire mauled eaten alive and so forth Think a rated R Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Beer Bad episode plus Zombie Apocalypse plus a Greenpeace prank plus the 24 hour flu and you'll have a good idea of Brew The underlying message is about how people turn their brains off in the 21st century People don't help people any; they don't connect without electronic devices; and they certainly don't think for themselves This message however is somewhat lost in the rush to be a gore fest The villain Herbert is so intent on killing everyone that if he ever had a deeper message he's forgotten it Jessie a member of Green is such a minor character we never get to hear Green's message other than 'people are putting too many chemicals in their bodies' And the heros—Steve Cat and Demetrius seem to sense that there's something bigger than themselves to fight for yet again the gore fest overwhelms them too There's just too much going on for anything clear to be heard But maybe that's the message The modern world is full of too much noise too much crap too many people screaming—memememe—that it's easy to lose sight of the important things and focus on the selfish gods of money and indulgence I think that's a big reason why zombies are so popular these days We're afraid we're becoming soulless brainless monsters As for Mr Braddock's writing overall I found it very strong and vivid without being overdone There's little fat in his prose He gets right to the point and the majority of the time you understand exactly what's happening in gory detail I did have a problem with a couple of plot points view spoilerSteve's deus ex machina gut knowledge about the beer which would've been acceptable had Steve had previous gut reactions about other things But this just didn't fly especially since he finally listened to his voicemail from Jessie a short while later and that answered the uestion about the beer duh thereby solving the mystery without a silly deus insertion duh you get that? snicker He should've either dropped the beer scene or had the suspense broken some other way Plus I didn't like how the chemicals in the beer all triggered at the exact same moment WTF? I'm in the medical field and it's incredibly hard to predict medication release timing in oral intake in two different people let alone hundreds He should've written it as of a staggered release I get that there's suspension of belief but that's way out there People react differently to different dosages at different times depending on so many factors to have so many flip at the same time is just so wrong hide spoiler


  10. says:

    Town full of collegefootball American kids goes crazy and carnage ensues Those who remain sane try to survive the madness The story jumps around between several groups of survivors with good effect As you would imagine it's over the top and rather silly but entertaining enough if this is your genre


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *