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Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download Summary Toy Cemetery Aring eyes and limp armsTwenty years had passed since Jay Clute set foot in Victory Missouri Twenty years of trying to forget that night that hellish night of unimaginable horror Now his Aunt Cary was dead and it's all. If horror were a neighborhood Thomas Harris would be the rich gated communities Stephen King would be the two story suburbs and this book would be the trailer park on a dirt road with the county s highest levels of arrests for meth Lots of fun but know what you re getting into

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Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download Summary Toy Cemetery Been left to him the house the furniture every last piece of her collection And nothing had changed Not the painted on dolly smiles or the garish clown colors or the tiny hands that were dripping with bright red blood. One of the earliest reviews I posted on Goodreads concerned a Johnstone horror novel I m not ashamed of either reading it or reviewing it but if you thought this guy hit the apex of crazy writing about a bunch of mutant satanic bats murder flapping the shit out of Louisiana then I ve got some bad news Comparatively speaking Bats is a battleship of sanity and logic drifting through the ocean of intentional suick and unintentional hilarity comprising Toy CemeteryJohnstone has a few themes he likes to re visit in his horror stories but his favorite which crops up in all of them I ve read so far is the kind of apocalyptic showdown I imagine every gun toting Bible thumping redneck secretly prays for every night before bed The Devil comes to the South and it s only by the righteous fury of God channeled through a white battle hardened Vietnam veteran and his staggering arsenal of weaponry willing to put his life on the line for God and Country one time that Ol Scratch is denied his chance at world domination At least until he shows up in another small town in Good Old Boy USA to try that shit anew and a different Conservative with a capital C pistol packing God fearing hippie ridiculing the South will rise again type veteran has to reluctantly lead the battle to take him out in the next book In Johnstone s ideology Democrats and liberals are only good for target practice and if the US of A could just put God back in the public school system salute the flag and make warriors instead of pussies all concerned about women s lib and gay rights out of the new generation of menfolk Satan could have the rest of the country and they d keep the South for themselves with the help of Jesus thank you very muchThere s jingoism and then there s Johnstone ism and holy cow does Johnstone know how to heap on the sinful depravity when everyone s immortal souls are on the line He does such a good job there s little to say beyond that because if you can think it he s probably written about it somewhere and if not in your current read than it ll show up in the next one Just know what you re getting into before you start reading and you ll have a blast If I didn t know any better I d swear Johnstone was a dyed in the wool liberal trying to write the most insulting hilarious and pandering right wing literature he could imagine but no this guy believed every word he put to paper concerning guns government and god and that just makes it better He South Parks himself in every book harder than Trey Parker and Matt Stone ever could He s not a great writer but he s good enough that it s clear his books didn t happen by accident Somehow that makes them both better and worse at the same timeNaturally he was a Zebra headliner and one day I will wade through every one of his horror novels because whether he d like it or not I can t ask him since he passed away in 2004 despite not sharing one iota of his political opinions I am 100% the target audience for the schlock he s peddlingJohnstone s reluctant badass this time around is Jay Clute The former Vietnam vet recently separated from his supermodel wife and still nursing the demons of his parents disappearance when he was just a kid is driving from his New York apartment back to his old hometown of Victory Missouri to settle the estate of his departed aunt With him is Kelly his whip smart wise cracking nine year old daughter who s excited to be taking a vacation with her Daddy Clute s intention is to take care of business as fast as possible and leave he has no idea why his aunt who hated his guts would leave him executor of her estate but he hasn t stepped foot in Victory since he got on the bus to join the Army and wasn t expecting to return againKelly on the other hand is positively entranced by Victory s small town lackadaisical atmosphere which is the complete opposite of what she s used to living in the middle of New York s hustle and bustle Couldn t they stay for a while A mysterious voice whispers in Jay s mind that it might not be a bad idea and after dismissing it as just road fatigue Jay agrees they ll spend a nice little vacation in MissouriIn the matter of just a few chapters though Jay s learning all sorts of stuff about his old town Most of his high school buddies remember him In fact one of them s the lawyer helping him with the estate and his inheritance which comes to an insane sum of money Jay knew his aunt was well off but had no idea her controlling interests in Victory went so deep Kelly s managed to make a new group of friends as well among the locals though they ve got some strange uestions for her about who she is and why she s thereThe first hint something s off in Victory comes after Jay reaches his Aunt s house The teenage daughter of his lawyer drops by to check up on him and show him some good old fashioned Southern hospitality by helping him unpack and then helping him unwind with a sexually charged rub down that swiftly turns into a hook up in the wham bam thank you ma am sense Afterwards neither one of them is entirely sure what happened or why and she awkwardly departs leaving Jay feeling strangely unsatisfied in his satisfactionJay s not sure what could be going on in Victory but it may have something to do with the town s gigantic toy manufacturing and distribution plant which as Jay learns is run by an overweight purveyor of child pornography As one should expect from a Johnstone book Trouble may also stem from the giant asylum turned prison which houses the colossal muscled and deformed products of incest among the townsfolk see prior expectationsThere s no act of moral depravity too repulsive or wretched to contemplate when it comes to Johnstone s stories but if there s one thing he s got a malingering hate boner for it s incest and in Victory they ve taken keeping it in the family to a whole new level Kin knock boots there freuently than they make trips to the local grocery store to stock up on produce The feelings of desire even take up roots in Kelly who strips naked that evening and attempts to seduce her daddy The girl who I reiterate is nine years old almost succeeds in her mission but the magic of the moment is ruined when the gold crosses they each wear around their necks clink together The sound is enough to shake Jay out of his desire to re enact a VC Andrews sub plot whereupon he chucks his daughter into a cold shower to get her head back on straight A talk with his high school sweetheart Deva reveals that Deva s own daughter who isn t much older than Kelly tried put the moves on her the same night And of course I already mentioned the sexual proclivities of the other townsfolk which is how the asylum got so fully stocked with these deformed giants in the first placeLook I m not out to judge anybody for their kinks and horror writers are supposed to take it to the extreme but given the freuency with which incest gets its chocolate into the underage peanut butter in Johnstone s Zebra output one cannot help but wonder if the author doth protest too much This alone is insanity enough but I haven t even touched on the toysSee there are myriad forces at work in Victory but the battle isn t waged purely by humans The titular Toy Cemetery is a real thing and the discarded dolls and abandoned automatons left there come to life with a strange hideous powerThere are good toys and there are bad toys constantly at war with one another and unafraid to go after the humans of the town if it suits their needs It takes Jay and his companions including his ex wife Piper who shows up midway through the narrative to pick up Kelly and winds up staying because she never really stopped loving Jay and wants to be with him again and oh my god does every woman in the book want to ride this guy s pole like a fireman a hilariously long time to come to grips with these things despite damning evidence and direct encounters Jay nearly runs one over with his car only to have the little toy throw him a double bird as it walks away Jay s group is attacked by some of the doll collection at his Aunt Cary s place stabbed with pins and small bayonets and Jay tries to write it off as some sort of hallucinationLook I get it logic states this shouldn t be happening but when you ve got a miniature french legionnaire hacking at your ankle with a cavalry saber and a tiny barbarian swinging his ax at your hand and a police officer not just witnessing but experiencing the attack and needing a bandage for his finger afterwards it s probably safe to assume that yeah the toys are alive and no you didn t imagine it Clute doesn t come to terms with this until hundreds of pages have gone by and he s dismissed than enough evidence to convince even the most doggedly ignorant fool How this guy got out of Nam alive I ll never knowOne thing I will say though unlike Johnny MacBride in Bats Jay Clute is far from the gun toting Bible uoting protagonist Johnstone normally writes Instead of a deeply God fearing man Clute s the sort who lost his faith a long time ago and takes no solace in the idea of a god He s also not fired a gun since his military days and has no interest in open carrying even a pistol when the book starts This actually lasts for a good part of the story until Jay has no choice but to believe there s demonic activity in the town and it s come to spiritual warfare with shotguns and is a nice change from the typical guns a blazin sort Johnstone tends to write Toy Cemetery may be aping a certain Stephen King novel with its title but trust me King never published anything as bug nut crazy as this story of inbred incest monsters demon controlled children and animated action figures Its characters are dense enough at times to shame black holes and there are enough cringe worthy moments both in terms of plot and writing to make this one of interest to dedicated Zebra junkies alone Instead of working in one solid A line and a secondary B line of story Johnstone has threads zigging and zagging all over the place crossing tangling and doubling back so often you need a map and compass to follow them By the time the FBI show up to cordon off the town and either arrest or assist Clute they can t decide which the burly genetic recessives are roaming the streets and all bets are off The last uarter of the book is a non stop action set piece where secondary characters get shredded like files subpoenaed by a special prosecutor while Clute and Co wage war on Satan with everything from pistols and shotguns to knives arrows and explosives Even after the story concludes I felt like Johnstone himself wasn t sure he d covered everything so he went back and added a few scenes of ritual murder and toy mageddonThe ending naturally has a sinister twist making it clear the evil hasn t been defeated but before you get there you witness the clash of toy armies fighting against possessed townsfolk a madcap escape from an asylum the interruption of a Satanic mass at the town church and incest spawned demons than you can wave a rifle at If you can t enjoy a book this crazy maybe try Nicholas Sparks or Danielle SteelBest PartEvery Johnstone novel needs some a wacky secondary character who s only purpose is to make the protagonist uncomfortable and the reader howl with laughter and Jay s next door neighbor Old Man Milton is Toy Cemetery s Milton s the aging doddering sort who spends all day in his porch rocker hollering at the world passing him by His first words to Jay upon seeing him back in Victory Welcome home asshole Milton continues to verbally abuse everyone around him man or woman adult or child lawman or layman you re nothing but a big ol asshole By the halfway mark Milton s laid eyes on assholes than your average proctologist The most hilarious moment of the book comes when Clute and his group need to do something with a body for a little while so they drag it over to Milton s porch and plop it down in a chair right by the old geezer Milton s pleased as punch to have someone who listens to his ramblings without interruption but a few chapters later he s deriding the corpse for being a shitty conversationalistYupJohnstone certainly was his own special breed of man and he left dozens of books behind to remind usThat asshole D

Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone

Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download Summary Toy Cemetery There they were just as he remembered Rooms and rooms of them Dolls Toy soldiers Clowns When he was a kid his Aunt Cary's toy collection should have been a child's paradise But instead he had been terrified by their st. Do you like crazy cemeteries The kind that are infested with invisible ghost werewolves that can only be killed with a stake through the heart The kind that conceal toy factories where Satanists shoot kiddie porn Then William W Johnstone has your flavor of crazy on tap right here in what might be his most bonkers book Read onif you dare


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    EBOOK Toy Cemetery What a great big pile of shitLet's be clear I fully expected a great big pile of shit I read it for that specific experienceThe first third or so was pretty amazing Thenit almost felt like Johnstone submitted the first third then got an advan

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    William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download EBOOK Toy Cemetery Do you like crazy cemeteries? The kind that are infested with invisible ghost werewolves that can only be killed with a stake through the heart? The kind that conceal toy factories where Satanists shoot kiddie porn? Then William W Johnstone has your flavor of crazy on tap right here in what might be his most bonkers book Read onif you dare

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    Summary Toy Cemetery EBOOK Toy Cemetery Pulp horror gold’nuff said This is the first horror novel I’ve read by the “infamous” William W Johnstone and I will most certainly be reading The plot keeps getting crazier as the story progresses along with the dire feeling of “good vs evil” Make no mistake about it this is a Christian horror novel Things are

  4. says: Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone EBOOK Toy Cemetery

    Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download EBOOK Toy Cemetery If horror were a neighborhood Thomas Harris would be the rich gated communities Stephen King would be the two story suburbs and this book would be the trailer park on a dirt road with the county's highest levels of arrests for meth Lots of fun

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    Summary Toy Cemetery William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download EBOOK Toy Cemetery It's crazy Ugh I can't just give this three stars even tho it's kind of incompetently written? And edited? And how unfair is that to someone who has written and rewritten their novel five six seven times and still hasn't gotten anyone to read past the first ten pages? But also like I can't give it four stars because the 80s movie in my head version is the best thing that's never existed? I don't know Also want to make clear the

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    Summary Toy Cemetery EBOOK Toy Cemetery I felt absolutely cheated on this book If I had to mix movies like Puppet Master Wicker Man and the Goonies Then add a splash of heavy Christianity another splash of pedophilia and finally a pinch of Satanism with a lovecraftian tease This book was complete trash 🗑️ in fact my one and only favorite character was old man Milton and that's not saying much William W Johnstone dropped the ball on this one 15

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    EBOOK Toy Cemetery This was a wonderful book to read on the trip home from Bizarro Con I'd never heard of it before but was introduced to this and many

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    EBOOK Toy Cemetery Toy Cemetery provides an insane mixture of storylines which include an abundance of miscellaneous living playthings a town populated by porcelain wanna be humans and a deviant satanic sexual addicted cult William

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    EBOOK Toy Cemetery William W. Johnstone À 4 Read & Download Download ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook À William W. Johnstone One of the earliest reviews I posted on Goodreads concerned a Johnstone horror novel I'm not ashamed of either

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    EBOOK Toy Cemetery An Interesting FailureReally interesting premise but for a book about sentient dolls the dolls in uestion were of a sideline than a main focus What ruined it for me was several characters and all of the female characters doing a complete one eighty halfway through the book and suddenly they were evil and always had been The problem with this is that we see internal dialogue from some of these characters earl

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 412
  • Toy Cemetery
  • William W. Johnstone
  • English
  • 25 September 2020
  • 9780821722282