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MOBI Ê DOC Texas Chainsaw Massacre 9781844160600 FREE À HORTICULTURETRADER ↠ ❴Ebook❵ ➨ Texas Chainsaw Massacre Author Stephen Hand – Horticulturetrader.co.uk On August 20th 1973 police were dispatched to a remote farmhouse in Travis County Texas Within the confines ofOn August 20th 1973 police were dispatched to a remote farmhouse in Travis County Texas Within the confines of a cryptic residence discovered the butchered re Well this book was pretty cheesy and predictable but not too bad The Texas Chainsaw Massacre has for decades been one of those slasher films that has fallen into the trap of becoming a campy gimmick and this book is basically a branch of it that attempts to make it a serious story bringing out the eyewitness story from a surviving character It is also a novelization of the original film's remake and as such it doesn't really follow up with the original film's traditionsI honestly found it to be a pretty silly book that just rehashed a film in basic details What exactly it does differently is limited and it really brings nothing new to the series or to the films either It might be worthwhile for collectors or slasher film fans but I personally didn't get much out of it

MOBI Þ Texas Chainsaw Massacre ´ Stephen Hand

Rst time the only known survivor of the killing spree has broken the silence and come forward to tell the real story of what happened in that macabre farmhous This is an intense story and a look into an evil mind Well done dark murder story

Stephen Hand ´ Texas Chainsaw Massacre KINDLE

Texas Chainsaw MassacreMains of 33 victims Brandishing a chainsaw and wearing the grotesue flesh masks of his victims the killer became forever known as 'Leatherface' Now for the fi I only gave this book 3 stars because if you have seen the remake with Jessica Beil than it’s basically the exact same I would only recommend the book to someone like myself that is a Texas Chainsaw Massacre fan boy The reason being is that there are subtle differences that are interesting and make you wonder why they didn’t leave that in the film Especially since Hand wrote the book from the script I would say the little differences in the novelization should have been used in the film I thought it made the story a bit cohesive Such as jedidiah not really being a Hewitt Such as the van scene with Erin and Pepper I thought it would have been terrifying if they would have went the novel’s way and they made it a bit down the trail before the wheel came off I also thought that the novel was amazing in that it was even gruesome and went into detail and went deeper into kemper than just bashing his head in and then that was it Overall if you have seen the film don’t waste your time That is unless you are a big fan like me I would hope that someday a gory extended uncut edition will be released