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Bible Camp Bloodbath ❴Reading❵ ➾ Bible Camp Bloodbath Author Joey Comeau – Thomashillier.co.uk Martin is going to Bible Camp for the summer He s going to make new friends And he s excited, but that s probably because nobody told him what this book is called Martin is going to Bible Camp for the summer He s going to make new friends And he s excited, but that s probably because nobody told him what this book is called.


10 thoughts on “Bible Camp Bloodbath

  1. mark monday mark monday says:

    Q WHAT IS BIBLE CAMP BLOODBATH is it a self published, minor note novella from a notable Canadian talent is it a biting satire of splatter films and or a culture of violence aimed at children and or Christian hypocrisy is it a surprisingly tender and real depiction of tweens at a summer camp, threaded with poignant angst and quick moments of miniature heartbreak, and featuring an endearing and appealingly quirky little protagonist is it an exercise in viciously sadean excess one where all th Q WHAT IS BIBLE CAMP BLOODBATH is it a self published, minor note novella from a notable Canadian talent is it a biting satire of splatter films and or a culture of violence aimed at children and or Christian hypocrisy is it a surprisingly tender and real depiction of tweens at a summer camp, threaded with poignant angst and quick moments of miniature heartbreak, and featuring an endearing and appealingly quirky little protagonist is it an exercise in viciously sadean excess one where all those moments of angst and heartbreak serve to punish the reader when served alongside horrifyingly pornographic descriptions of disgusting, sadistic acts of cruelty is it the kind of novella with an ending that kicks you right in the face, and then closes with a sentence full of a yearning, despairing sort of beauty is it the kind of sardonic, nonchalantly intelligent novella you can read rapt on your cell phone s kindle app on the bus to a party, then during this so called party , and then on the way back home again is it the kind of novella that made you feel sick at the end, a dead and hollow kind of sick, a sick where you had to immediately rinse your brain out with an ornate classic fantasy, in an only semi successful effort to quickly move past that feeling of empty sickening sadness is it all of those things A YES


  2. karen karen says:

    this book s title is refreshingly honest.are you looking for a story of a bloodbath taking place at a bible camp lo hark recognize i have found your book, friend if you are looking for an book wherein bad things happen to innocent children, this is it sure to brighten the saddest day plus, there are handy reference materials at the back for those of you looking for page numbers featuring a specific murder method or context, and isn t that what we are all looking for, in life, if we are brutal this book s title is refreshingly honest.are you looking for a story of a bloodbath taking place at a bible camp lo hark recognize i have found your book, friend if you are looking for an book wherein bad things happen to innocent children, this is it sure to brighten the saddest day plus, there are handy reference materials at the back for those of you looking for page numbers featuring a specific murder method or context, and isn t that what we are all looking for, in life, if we are brutally honest with ourselves it will not take you long to read, and may help you get closer to the triumphant conclusion to your very own personal reading challenge i heartily recommend this book to all fans of senseless violence and both types of camp.not all canadians are cuddly come to my blog


  3. Greg Greg says:

    This book might have the best title ever It is also a very honest title for what you get in the book There is a Christian Camp and there is a Bloodbath I m fairly certain that if find the title to pique your interest than you ll enjoy the book That some other reviewers found the amount of violence off putting and found the book to be too gory is a little baffling to me, what do you expect from a title that harks back to the honest to goodness glory days of late 1970 s and 1980 s slasher movi This book might have the best title ever It is also a very honest title for what you get in the book There is a Christian Camp and there is a Bloodbath I m fairly certain that if find the title to pique your interest than you ll enjoy the book That some other reviewers found the amount of violence off putting and found the book to be too gory is a little baffling to me, what do you expect from a title that harks back to the honest to goodness glory days of late 1970 s and 1980 s slasher movies, where when you popped a VHS tape called something like, Sorority House Massacre that is what you got A sorority house and a massacre, maybe not a well done movie but the viewer was fairly certain that they would get to see some sorority girls getting massacred And that is what you get here, well not sorority girls getting massacred, but a Christian Camp turned into a bloodbath Oh what joyous fun And the book can be read easily in one sitting, in less time than it would take to watch Friday the 13th The Final Chapter AKA the fourth one, which I just found out has Crispin Glover in it, how could I have forgotten that oh, and that is the best one in my opinion and on another personal note, well not about me, but about my sister, when I was about 12 and she was 8, and I was starting down the path to being a budding teenage loser who caredabout gory horror films and heavy metal music than becoming a sociable and functional person, for a short bit she watched these movies with me, that was until this installment of the Jason franchise One of my favorite scenes in the movie because I take a sociopathic enjoyment in watching people getting killed in movies was the pre credit montage of every death in the prior three movies shown as the visual accompaniment to an old geezer saying, Let me tell you about Jason I thought this was great All those deaths so quickly shown It freaked my sister the fuck out though, and she couldn t take it and I m fairly sure that the montage scarred her in someway and caused her to have nightmares, and probably cured her of following me any farther down my path to loserdom.Saying this is the literary equivalent of a slasher pic isn t quite right though Yes it can be read in about the same amount of time that it takes to watch a slasher movie, but it s better than most of those movies The deaths are a tadinventive, yes, the plot is a little weak at times and hurried in other parts, but this isn t exactly a genre known for taking time in the finer details of narrative development And it s like those great movies mentioned above, as opposed to their 1990 s and later counterparts, by their not being any self referential irony It s all about the killing, hack hack, chop chop, smash smash with a sledgehammer This is the literary equivalent of a really good slasher film, the kind that sadly weren t made very often


  4. Teal Teal says:

    This is now my all time favorite blurb.


  5. Marvin Marvin says:

    I m a sucker for clever titles The problem is I m often disappointed as you can t always tell a book by its title Bible Camp Bloodbath is a case in point I kept visualizing fundamentalists with crosses and chainsaws and got nothing like that at all If you are going to have a bible camp as a setting there should be a major reason for the setting Instead, I received a rather bland teen serial killer ripoff a la Friday The 13th with lots of gore but no real imagination This very brief novella I m a sucker for clever titles The problem is I m often disappointed as you can t always tell a book by its title Bible Camp Bloodbath is a case in point I kept visualizing fundamentalists with crosses and chainsaws and got nothing like that at all If you are going to have a bible camp as a setting there should be a major reason for the setting Instead, I received a rather bland teen serial killer ripoff a la Friday The 13th with lots of gore but no real imagination This very brief novella needed a lotsatire and a few less capitations


  6. Beth Beth says:

    II don t even know.This is, without doubt, one of the oddest books I have ever read I am not glad that I read it, but I don t feel that I can insult Joey Comeau as a writer The last line shows that he has finesse, style and can even be moving and touching when he wants to be This isn t a typical book no particular description, exactly zero character development, no narrative tension whatsoever I didn t feel morally offended by the brutal murder of children which is whatI think Comeau II don t even know.This is, without doubt, one of the oddest books I have ever read I am not glad that I read it, but I don t feel that I can insult Joey Comeau as a writer The last line shows that he has finesse, style and can even be moving and touching when he wants to be This isn t a typical book no particular description, exactly zero character development, no narrative tension whatsoever I didn t feel morally offended by the brutal murder of children which is whatI think Comeau was going for This is not a book It does not make you feel for the characters or wonder about their fates It is an experiment, and it is a failed experiment I felt that Comeau was trying to make a point about violence in a somewhat satirical way however, the deliberate lack of depth completely hobbled the book for me I was just left with the feeling of so what at the end


  7. Marc Hobbs Marc Hobbs says:

    What was the point of this book We learn a few nice things about a few likable characters, and then nothing whatsoever comes of it There is no redemption No full circle Not even any dramatic irony, beyond the fact that the main character s mother does special effects makeup for horror films This story was just blood and violence albeit described elegantly without any further nuance.I ve been told that the point of this story is to flip the typical we don t care about the characters in a What was the point of this book We learn a few nice things about a few likable characters, and then nothing whatsoever comes of it There is no redemption No full circle Not even any dramatic irony, beyond the fact that the main character s mother does special effects makeup for horror films This story was just blood and violence albeit described elegantly without any further nuance.I ve been told that the point of this story is to flip the typical we don t care about the characters in a slasher film trope on its head by making characters with whom we sympathize In that regard, it succeeded But what s the POINT of doing that All it served to do was make me feel like a big section of the story got left out you know, the part where the characters we care about actually do something interesting This book frustrated me It may not frustrate you, but that s how I felt


  8. Evan Johnson Evan Johnson says:

    I kind of wish I hadn t read this book I had a sick, lurching feeling in my stomach while I was reading, and I get it again every time I think about it Like that heart pounding sensation you get when you know you re doing something wrong and you re afraid you re going to get caught.Halfway through the book I wanted to stop, but I had high hopes that maybe some of Joey s humor would shine through, that somehow the book would redeem itself and make me, you know, enjoy reading it instead of just I kind of wish I hadn t read this book I had a sick, lurching feeling in my stomach while I was reading, and I get it again every time I think about it Like that heart pounding sensation you get when you know you re doing something wrong and you re afraid you re going to get caught.Halfway through the book I wanted to stop, but I had high hopes that maybe some of Joey s humor would shine through, that somehow the book would redeem itself and make me, you know, enjoy reading it instead of just being disturbed That never happened.I suppose the clout of the book isn t the story itself, but rather with the parodical concept and genre bending execution This being the case, the book was mercifully short.That s probably the best thing I can say for it


  9. Rowena Rowena says:

    to be honest i did not really enjoy this it was disturbing, which is not the problem, but there was no merit to it it was like this is disturbing but i must read it because x without the essential because x part still some good lines thoughThey sat at the kitchen table eating ice cream cake while Martin s mother sketched ideas for gore effects Martin rested his head on her shoulder and together they planned the perfect dangling kitten eyeballs


  10. Christy Stewart Christy Stewart says:

    I wanted to kill myself after the first page, I was a mess at the end.Although the book is short a little too short to tell the story to the degree I think it deserves it has a big impact It s overly sad, touching, violent, funny I was rooting for Martin the moment I met him, whatever happened I just wanted him to be alright.


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