From the bones of the dead and from a long-buried secret...they rise to kill. The original Golem was molded from riverbed clay centuries ago, enchanted by spells to protect the innocent. But now a diabolical design has perverted the ancient, mystical rites to forge new Golems that stalk the night. Into the twilight deeps of the quiet Maryland coast, they come forth to rape, mangle, and murder and to bring horror and atrocity to all in their demonic path. Only a young couple can stop them, but little do they know an even worse secret is buried in their own midst....
Something is haunting the 150-year-old Lowen Mansion, something unspeakable. Ghosts? Monsters? Or something far worse? Internationally published horror novelist Edward Lee unleashes an excursion into the realms of the macabre with a new kind of monster. Golems hail from the oldest religion, the Kabbala, first taught to the angels by God himself. The angels then whispered these secrets to Adam in Paradise, but they didn't know...someone was listening: Samael, the arch-devil of Genesis.... Horrific, erotically charged, and jam-packed with one dark surprise after another, The Golem takes the reader headlong into a gruesome, unrelenting horrorfest of occult secrets, scum-of-the-earth psychopaths, and a walking abomination that can't be stopped....
©2015 Edward Lee (P)2015 Audio Realms Publishing Company
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"NOPE...Could Not Finish This"
I think the underlying story is good but there is so much unnecessary foulness to fight through I gave up. I mean how many times and ways can you describe necrophilia? How can that many people be in to it? And corpse screwing is the least of the nastiness. It's a shame that a what starts off as a intriguing mystery so swiftly and completely descends into pit of gore. I wanted to find out what happened to the characters but NOPE. Had enough.
"Most disgusting book I've read to date"
The gratuitous sex is way beyond anything needed to move along the story. The repeated rape is repulsive. The main male performimg oral sex on his dead wife who was dug up and turned into a golem is just sick
Nothing that this so called writer has written or ever will write
"A fine story"
I read some reviews about how some of the scenes in this book really turned away some readers. I can assure you that there's only a handful of scenes that were bothersome. My biggest complaint about the book was how boring the "best selling game of all time" sounded.
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