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Friday the 13th: Hell Lake

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The second in a brand new series of Friday the 13th shockers Jason Voorhees enters the realms of Earth by climbing a stairway from Hell. But this time he's accompanied by a terrifying clutch of infamous (fictional ) serial killers, all eager to challenge his crown as the ultimate killing machine.
Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published August 9th 2005 by Black Flame
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Chadwick Saxelid
After he is executed, the serial killer Wayne Sanchez - a.k.a. the Devil Boy, so-called for his penchant for carving pentagrams into his numerous victims - finds that Hell IS a bad place to be. The corner of the Underworld he has been consigned to is crowded with countless psychotics and perverts, all of which seem happy to take their boundless frustrations out on one another at a moment's notice. The only good thing that could be said about Hell is that Sanchez finally gets to meet one of his b ...more
Jamie Henderson
Friday The 13th has always been part of the iconic horror film world - from the sex-crazed, drugged up teens to Jason's hockey mask and sad backstory combined with slasher mayhem. Conveying this intoa narrative format is by no means an easy task as words on a page require meaning and logic, which let's be honest, the film series lacked as a whole ( though on a film-to-film basis, this premise worked fine ).
This book is one of several books created by Blackflame and act as separate stories to the
Ryan Frost
I love Friday the 13th. I am more forgiving then most when it comes to tie in items, however this book is downright awful. The characters are horribly written, full of cliches and worse gross stereotypes and loads of racial and sexiest slurs. Jason is written poorly as well, and misunderstanding of who he is, makes this book laughable and poorly constructed. Do not read this book.
My personal philosophy is this: If I start a book, I am going to finish it.

Consider this the exception. This book was very poorly written - not that I expect literature from a Friday the 13th tie-in, mind you; but I do expect a couple of hours' worth of entertainment. Utter, utter garbage.
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