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Clown Night

Narrated by: Mel Heflin
Length: 4 hrs and 3 mins
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Reggie Ryan is a loser. No matter what he tried, it failed miserably. At the end of his rope and down on his luck, he stopped in a pawn shop to sell some junk he'd found while dumpster diving. While in the shop, he stumbled upon a strange clown mask. Unable to resist, he traded his items for the mask and tried it on. Wearing the mask, Reggie felt like a different person. He was a different person. No longer was he someone to be stepped on and ignored. As The Clown, he was a force to be reckoned with. That night, he goes into the city ready to show his true self. Will anyone be able to survive Clown Night?

©2016 Tim Miller (P)2017 Tim Miller

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  • Todd (Toad) Vogel
  • 04-08-17

Extreme Horror!

I hate clowns! I've hated them since I was a kid thanks to Steven King. Steven King does great horror, but Tim Miller does great extreme horror! This book enforces my hatred of clowns! lol This gets pretty gory. I wouldn't recommend this to someone with a weak stomach. I loved the narration by Mel Heflin.

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  • erobbins33
  • 03-08-17

Good stuff!

While gory, Clown Night is almost a social commentary. Societal sheep doing stupid things because some guy got a million views on youtube. Very good, very gruesome, and very eye-opening. If i could find someone who studied sociology, who doesn't mind the bloodbath, I'd be interested to hear what they have to say about a lot of Miller's books. Great story!

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