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D.O.A.: Extreme Horror Anthology

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  10 reviews
"Large anthologies usually have a hard time maintaining the same quality throughout. However, when it comes to the 28 tales in Blood Bound Books' "D.O.A. Extreme Horror Anthology," the fast-paced prose is always there and the gore, sex and violence are almost always unrelenting and intense." - Horrorphilia This book took 5th place in Preditors & Editors Poll for best a ...more
Paperback, 238 pages
Published March 9th 2011 by Blood Bound Books
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Rebecca Besser
Note: Since this is an anthology, I’ve commented on and rated each story individually, and then I rated the book overall.

Cherry Clubbing by Kenneth Yu: A couple of like-minded (twisted) men have a chance meeting in a foreign country where their “appetites” can be satisfied. They have a drink while the MC shares a tale of one of their own being careless, and then offers his “friend” some “safe” activity to enhance his business trip.

This story shows a dark side of humanity in a “real” way, showing
Dave Pope
Short story anthologies need to have stories that pack a powerful punch for me to enjoy them - I don't enjoy reading just to kill time. Many of these had me almost at the point of falling asleep as there is very little real substance to them. If you're going to write extreme horror then write it to make a reader cringe, not to hope that the reader raises an eyebrow now and then. Relating to extreme horror the old Pan Horror anthology books left a lot of these stories cold with their content - so ...more
Melissa Lynne
D.O.A. II was a much better anthology. I was not as impressed with this one.
Great anthology. Lots of gore.
I liked many of the stories in this book. Some are original, some are shocking, some are both. The horror is of the "shocking" kind rather than the "creepy" or "suspenseful" type I normally prefer, but I liked it in its own way. After all, it's labelled "extreme horror" so that's a fair warning.
Many of the stories have sexual content (this could be problematic for readers who'd rather not have sex and horror combined) and there's a lot of foul language (appropriate to the stories, but a bit too
I'm not just reading this because I'm in here. There are a lot of good stories by other authors in this collection.
Lot of stories here, but only a small percentage of them were really good, the rest were mediocre at best.
Henrik Rostoft
Bloody and gruesome stories. Good read for really hardcore horror fans
Some good stuff but more gore than sense in most of them. Nothing memorable.
We shall call this one, D.O.A. Extreme Horror Anthology Lite.
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