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Seventeen-year-old Steven Jones, or ‘Stevie’, as he is known, is terrified of his volatile big brother, Darren. When Darren’s girlfriend falls foul of his temper, things quickly spiral out of control and Stevie watches on helplessly as the violent scene unfolds. Only, he’s not the only one watching; Darren’s mates are there too, and one of them is filming the action on h Seventeen-year-old Steven Jones, or ‘Stevie’, as he is known, is terrified of his volatile big brother, Darren. When Darren’s girlfriend falls foul of his temper, things quickly spiral out of control and Stevie watches on helplessly as the violent scene unfolds. Only, he’s not the only one watching; Darren’s mates are there too, and one of them is filming the action on his smartphone. Turns out, such home movies are worth a lot of money. So much so, in fact, a new business is born and ‘actresses’ must be found… Set in the poverty-stricken, sprawling outskirts of Greater Manchester, this is an extreme horror tale and a bleak, family drama. It contains strong sex, violence and the making of snuff films…


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Seventeen-year-old Steven Jones, or ‘Stevie’, as he is known, is terrified of his volatile big brother, Darren. When Darren’s girlfriend falls foul of his temper, things quickly spiral out of control and Stevie watches on helplessly as the violent scene unfolds. Only, he’s not the only one watching; Darren’s mates are there too, and one of them is filming the action on h Seventeen-year-old Steven Jones, or ‘Stevie’, as he is known, is terrified of his volatile big brother, Darren. When Darren’s girlfriend falls foul of his temper, things quickly spiral out of control and Stevie watches on helplessly as the violent scene unfolds. Only, he’s not the only one watching; Darren’s mates are there too, and one of them is filming the action on his smartphone. Turns out, such home movies are worth a lot of money. So much so, in fact, a new business is born and ‘actresses’ must be found… Set in the poverty-stricken, sprawling outskirts of Greater Manchester, this is an extreme horror tale and a bleak, family drama. It contains strong sex, violence and the making of snuff films…

30 review for Snuff Club: An Extreme Horror Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    John Raptor

    The term "toxic masculinity" gets thrown around way too much today, but this book is a disturbing example of what the term actually represents. Sam West's books have a feminine voice and deal with female fears in a way a male writer could not. West writes books that challenge the reader on a visceral and moral level. The term "toxic masculinity" gets thrown around way too much today, but this book is a disturbing example of what the term actually represents. Sam West's books have a feminine voice and deal with female fears in a way a male writer could not. West writes books that challenge the reader on a visceral and moral level.

  2. 5 out of 5

    R

    So, I'm really waiting for snuff to come on my reader, porno star meets filmmaker meets mafia-winner This was also a story that was more really bad circumstances in the bad "hood" and what can happen. Was it the worse acts ever, nope I am a hard core MC gal, so did I flinch, nope. Was I looking for a tiny hea, yeah I ready it all, and what Would twist it would main steam this book. It's a "gentle" ha start into this genre but more clockwork orange than American psycho and Dr Lecter,,,that jump s So, I'm really waiting for snuff to come on my reader, porno star meets filmmaker meets mafia-winner This was also a story that was more really bad circumstances in the bad "hood" and what can happen. Was it the worse acts ever, nope I am a hard core MC gal, so did I flinch, nope. Was I looking for a tiny hea, yeah I ready it all, and what Would twist it would main steam this book. It's a "gentle" ha start into this genre but more clockwork orange than American psycho and Dr Lecter,,,that jump suit still gives me the creeps.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ❤ArtfullySinful❤

    Steven’s a sweet kid. Can you imagine losing your dad like that to alcoholism? Can you imagine what it must feel like to know that your mother died giving birth to you? It’s just so sad.” Steven Andrew Jones (Stevie) was on the brink of turning eighteen years old, and armed with hopes of escaping the poverty of Manchester to a life of college, he would never truly get the chance as his older and more sadistic brother Mark has much broader plans for them. Stumbling into something they even the d Steven’s a sweet kid. Can you imagine losing your dad like that to alcoholism? Can you imagine what it must feel like to know that your mother died giving birth to you? It’s just so sad.” Steven Andrew Jones (Stevie) was on the brink of turning eighteen years old, and armed with hopes of escaping the poverty of Manchester to a life of college, he would never truly get the chance as his older and more sadistic brother Mark has much broader plans for them. Stumbling into something they even the darkest corners of his mind could never of imagined, he watched and participated in Crystal’s brutal death And rapes orchestrated by his older brother and his close friends. Taking their sick fascinations deeper, they turned towards the brutal sexual crimes and murders of a hooker off the street, before turning their eyes to the girl next door. The very one his younger brother Stevie had been crushing on forever, the very same girl who won’t keep her eyes to herself... Julie was horrified by the screams coming from the shag of an apartment next door, but was even more shocked by the flashbacks haunting her every time she closed her eyes. A victim of a rape years ago, she turned towards her fiancé Grant for a comfort she never explained to him, until her kidnapping by Mark.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tam

    An explicitly-gory and shocking tale of butchery committed by a bullied, misguided and pathological young teen who desperately desires acceptance, a feeling of empowerment and a sense of belonging. This story commandingly grabs your undivided attention, right from the beginning, and swiftly pulls you into the writhing undertow of its dark, twisted, complex, action-packed plot.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alex Clark

    Extreme Horror Great book. Why Sam? I have never hated a character so much. I was so looking forward to a gruesome death for that character. But ... Why couldn't you have anyone but her? Extreme Horror Great book. Why Sam? I have never hated a character so much. I was so looking forward to a gruesome death for that character. But ... Why couldn't you have anyone but her?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Doghouse Gav

    Gruesome Twisted. Sick. Gruesome and utterly brilliant. Very descriptive with great characters and a gritty writing style. A book well written

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julia Coppage

    My first review of West less than 5 ***** and here's why. I heart Sam West. I adore his loving, happy depictions of gore, blood, bodily fluids, violence, sex, and rapacious, ecstatic villains. I just plain love his work. I overlook typos and bad grammar and poor punctuation as a rule, because the story always overcomes the technical gaffes. But in this case, I couldn't, and it didn't. Not to say this was a bad story. Far from it; it was very good. Not quite to the Sam West standard though. The t My first review of West less than 5 ***** and here's why. I heart Sam West. I adore his loving, happy depictions of gore, blood, bodily fluids, violence, sex, and rapacious, ecstatic villains. I just plain love his work. I overlook typos and bad grammar and poor punctuation as a rule, because the story always overcomes the technical gaffes. But in this case, I couldn't, and it didn't. Not to say this was a bad story. Far from it; it was very good. Not quite to the Sam West standard though. The title is misleading -- there's no club, just two brothers, one only 17 and trying to impress his maturity on his much older guardian brother, and 3 (which decreases to 2) scummy friends. They kill and etc the older brother's girlfriend and film it, and decide to do it again since it's a saleable commodity. Also there is a revenge killing planned once they're seen. I don't want to say more because it would spoil the story, but it is all rather haphazard, and what prep and planning they utilize is poorly thought out and juvenile. The problem, story-wise, is that none of the "bad guys' seem properly motivated, enthusiastic, or truly interested. It seems more by rote and copycatting porn that they do what they do to their victims, rather than any driving desires. With a few delicious exceptions, even the graphic portions seem to come from an uninspired and bored Mr. West. The pure fun and delight in evil that is a West trademark is sadly missing. The characters don't have the marked, individual voices they should. The "good girl" is alternately confused and confusing, and never achieves any full clarity of person. The "bad guys" are completely interchangeable, the only differences being in physical appearance and Steven's age. Even the living room furniture isn't described consistently or clearly. Disappointing. It was still a good story, but below West par. I hate to do this because as a rule I let editorial issues go, but three instances in the story were so glaringly flawed, they caused a complete ejection of my attention. Totally disrupted the furious pace and suspense. First instance: "leash of life" was used instead of "lease on life". Glaring and completely jarring, because the phrase was used during an important section of Steven's character development at the beginning (he is the younger brother) of the story. Second instance: the action is running fast and furious, at full suspense level code red, when the victim says to Steven, " you have to unite me". Wow, talk about being completely ripped from a story into reality. Unite me? How about, "untie" me? MUCH better option, don't you think? Completely destroyed my immersion in the story. Third instance: bad guy is about to anally rape a male victim. The narrative uses the wrong name to indicate the subject of the foreplay of the insertion, confounding me and completely changing the plot. These comments may seem harsh, especially since I still rated this 4 ****, but I expect a lot from Mr. West. He's capable of more so I expect more. That's not a bad thing; it's a tribute to his talent that I know how high his writing can fly. No flight from Snuff Club though, just some ambulatory floating. I've got my fingers crossed for the next one.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shadow Girl

    RTC

  9. 4 out of 5

    brett kiser

    Bad book Please do not I repeat do not read this book it is way to graffic .not for the faint of heart. I think it needs to be removed from the store.

  10. 4 out of 5

    michael bires

  11. 5 out of 5

    susan baker

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lois Mae

  13. 4 out of 5

    ernest barnes

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cass

  15. 5 out of 5

    chritopher jackson/jean jackson

  16. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Mardell

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kate pestell

  18. 4 out of 5

    Theresa Kawa

  19. 4 out of 5

    Keith Webster

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hayley Marcham

  21. 5 out of 5

    Todd

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dan Way

  23. 4 out of 5

    JESSICA

  24. 5 out of 5

    Carmel Ison

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jodie

  26. 5 out of 5

    Andrew West

  27. 5 out of 5

    Denis Pedersen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Hall

  29. 5 out of 5

    Vic

  30. 5 out of 5

    V.Bird

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