Book The Twenty-Fifth

Hack/Slash by Tim Seely

The story of Cassie Hack, a young woman who survived a “slasher” attack – you know the sort of thing: maniacal killer slashing teenagers and refusing to die for a few sequels’ worth – and now travels the country killing killers before they can slaughter any more innocent teens.

This is dumb, but it’s fun. It has the teensploitation slasher vibe down nicely, and while it is more of a loving homage than a clever satire, it is well worth a read if that’s your film genre of choice. And if it’s not, we can’t be friends anymore…


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