Review: Slice Girls An Anthology of Feminazi Splatter Goth by Carmilla Voiez, Jef Rouner, Joe DiCicco, Timothy Black, Jason Dyer, Nicolajayne Taylor, Shebat Legion, Nickie Jamison

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Title: Slice Girls: An Anthology of Feminazi Splatter Goth
Author: Carmilla Voiez, Jef Rouner, Joe DiCicco, Timothy Black, Jason Dyer, Nicolajayne Taylor, Shebat Legion, Nickie Jamison
Publisher: Vamptasy Publishing
Pages: 219
Published: Sept. 17, 2015
Genre: horror,
Review: ebook
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk



From tales of revenge and spurned lovers to vengeful ghosts and blood-thirsty misandrists. This unique collection of tales explores the violent potential of women. Turning old tropes on their heads we have male victims and female killers. This anthology of Feminazi Splatter Goth will uncover the darkness of the “fairer sex” and prove the age old maxim that – the female of the species is more deadly than the male. Short stories of horror and torture from indie authors around the globe including Jef Rouner, Carmilla Voiez and Timothy Black. 15 stories and 1 poem of murder and mayhem.


I believe this is the first book I have ever read that deals with splatter goth. I can honestly say if you enjoy sex scenes, death, blood, gore then this is a story for you. I really enjoyed all the short stories that were in the book that I was amazed at how well written and put together they all were. As soon as one bloody and horror filled story ended you had another right behind it and it was either just as gruesome or just a bit more.

The stories are dark and each one pulls you in. You have a total of 15 short stories and 1 poem which isn't bad at all. So if one of the stories doesn't get to you you have multiple stories to look for. Now I really recommend this to anyone who likes books filled with everything in the above but if you are squeamish then this will not be for you. All the main characters that take over each story is female and it seems that the males are all paying a price. 
Great for Halloween or heck any day of the week read.

#FrightFall



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  1. So glad that you joined us for FrighFall, Autumn. You've been reading some good, scary reads I see. I'm just now making the rounds, but have been trying to respond in the Facebook group. Glad to see you posting in there as well. Hope you enjoy the rest of the read-a-thon!

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