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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt There are spoilers here in case you couldn't tell from how long the review is I mean I figure that's to be assumed But I'm going to h

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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt Thomas Olde Heuvelt ò 7 Summary Read & Download Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel From Beginning to Bookend Tense thrilling and liable to make the shadows darken Hex is fodder for nightmares

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    Read & Download Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt Free read Ü eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ò Thomas Olde Heuvelt Hell with it I'm in the minority of people that didn't really like this book It started out really good and creepy with the witch just randomly showing up in people's houses just standing there with her eyes and mouth sewn shut and her arms chained to her sides I would freak clean out BUT it just didn't go anywhere for me and I didn't like s

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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt fulfilling book riot's 2018 read harder challenge task #19 A book of genre fiction in translationextry points given to me by me for choosing a book that has been in my house for than a year extry points given to me by me for piggybacking this onto my october is spoooooooky reading goals As in so many fairy tales the crue

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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt It's that time of year again When the leaves start turning and the air gets coolerwut? I live in the south That crap ain't

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    Read & Download Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt Thomas Olde Heuvelt ò 7 Summary 45 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum how scary could this be I asked myself It can’t be as creepy as everyone says I foolishly thought Seriously a story about a three hundred and fifty year old witch who just appears wherever she wants around town and all everyone does is throw a dish towel over her face or otherwise pretends she’s not there The whole business sounded comical than frightening to be honestWell fast forward to

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    Free read Ü eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ò Thomas Olde Heuvelt E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt Thomas Olde Heuvelt ò 7 Summary 35 stars rounded upA town cursed by a witch or a woman cursed by a town? That is the uestionWelcome to Black Spring A charming little village set in the beautiful Hudson River Valley Picturesue as can be an outsider would have a hard time imagining the horror the town's citizens endure on a daily basisThe Black Rock Witch a 17th Century woman murdered by her contemporaries after having her mouth and eyes sewn shut lurk

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    Thomas Olde Heuvelt ò 7 Summary Free read Ü eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ò Thomas Olde Heuvelt E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt edit 030216 I'm having to up my stars on this one as every time I pass a dark corner I think of that bloody witch It obviously got to me than I thoughtHex starts off really well the creep factor was so high that reading it at half five in the afternoon felt far too close to bedtime for comfort For me it's not

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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt 35 Stars with a round up to 40 for CREEP FACTOR and PLOT ORIGINALITY Ratings are a mixed bag for HEX and I must admit there are a few portions of the novel I didn't care for that have to do with animals but it's brief and easily skipped So overall for me one fine CREEP FESTand a great October readWelcome to Black Springthe small town is cursedher name is Katherine van Wyler aka The Black Rock Witch Her history is Dark Sad and dates back to

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    E–book [Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt] å Thomas Olde Heuvelt Free read Ü eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ò Thomas Olde Heuvelt This is one of the strangest and creepiest books I have read in years Starts out very strong but flags somewhat in the middle The author rewrote

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Summary Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt 107 Ent their curse from spreading Frustrated with being kept in lockdown the town's teenagers decide to break their strict regulations and go viral with the haunting but in so doing send the town spiraling into the dark medieval practices of the pa. 35 stars rounded upA town cursed by a witch or a woman cursed by a town That is the uestionWelcome to Black Spring A charming little village set in the beautiful Hudson River Valley Picturesue as can be an outsider would have a hard time imagining the horror the town s citizens endure on a daily basisThe Black Rock Witch a 17th Century woman murdered by her contemporaries after having her mouth and eyes sewn shut lurks amidst the townsfolk to this day Not a hazy apparition that only certainly people sense or see she s there in the flesh They can touch her and even harm her if they so chooseNo one ever does though as they anticipate her vengeance would be swift and brutal Why don t they just move away you wonder Well that s just it They can t No one can move away Once you are settled in the town and privy to its secrets you can never leave As in a supernatural force literally blocks you from escapeThis was a really uniue take on a haunting I enjoyed that aspect of the story so much as well as the way the town dealt with the issue of the haunting They had developed as town a great system for tracking and monitoring the spirit They used high tech surveillance to keep an eye on the spirit but in turn end up tracking a lot of the citizen s actions as wellWhen some of the teenagers become frustrated with living under strict regulations they start acting out towards the ghost Their cruel actions ultimately cause all hell to break looseAlthough I was never able to fully sink into this one I still decided to round up to 4 stars due to the author s fabulous creativity Haunting stories have been done numerous times but this one did offer up something new in my opinion Also I am wondering if the difficulty I had connecting to the story was from the fact that it has been translated from the original Dutch versus the actual story itself The writing style seemed very blunt I was always aware I was reading a book instead of being told a story if that makes senseOverall though I would definitely recommend this to horror lovers Especially people who are looking for something out of the ordinary This story is definitely worth giving a shot

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Summary Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt 107 Whoever is born here is doomed to stay 'til death Whoever settles never leavesWelcome to Black Spring the seemingly picturesue Hudson Valley town haunted by the Black Rock Witch a 17th century woman whose eyes and mouth are sewn shut Muzzled she. There are spoilers here in case you couldn t tell from how long the review is I mean I figure that s to be assumed But I m going to hold your hand now and say there are spoilers hereApparently I also need a trigger warning for assholes with too much time on their hands If at any point while reading this review you find yourself frustrated with my opinion a lone rural librarian with absolutely no influence on the author s bank account or sense of self esteem and decide that your best course of action would be to leave a rude or incendiary comment don t My review isn t going to change because you think I m a feminazi or an idiot or both If you disagree with me and want to leave an insightful or critically thought out response great But if you re just going to be rude about a review that has no impact on you or the author please go find something else to do with your time Maybe see a therapist about your anger issuesSweet baby jeebus I don t even know where to begin But here goesI don t usually give one star reviews to books because if a book is that bad I don t finish it But after bringing it up in a book club I m in the other members asked me to finish so I could report back to them on how it endedThis is one of the most oddly misogynistic books I have ever read It s about a town Black Spring that is haunted by Katherine van Wyler KVW haunts Black Spring much like The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home from Welcome to Night Vale She doesn t do much and the townspeople try their best to ignore her She comes and goes maybe showing up in your house or in front of the church Whatever Just put a towel over her mutilated face so you don t have to look at her A little bit into the book we learn about KVW s past and how she was accused of being a witch back in the 1600s but before that one of her kids died and she supposedly brought him back from the dead But then both of her kids die and KVW gets tortured and hung I mean if that s not enough to haunt a town I don t know what is But even after all of that her spirit is tortured even further when people get the idea to sew her eyes and mouth closed Black Spring can t get rid of her so they shut her up Sigh moving forward Hex mostly follows the Grant family a successful DoctorHusband a Housey McHousewife and their two sons who are perfect There s a lot of rumination on family and ethics within the family dynamic For example DoctorHusband has a clear favorite son hint not the gay one This gets repetitive and tedious One of the other characters we follow is Butcher s Wife Even though Butcher is dead and Butcher s Wife does all of the work now she s still Butcher s Wife She s also fat and stupid and obsessed with KVW So for female characters we have the witch Housey McHousewife and Butcher s Wife Finally we have Robert Grim who doesn t have anything really meaningful to contribute to the narrative except to think about all of the women as potentially sexual objects even the one with the unattractively high forehead which gets mentioned a lot A lot of stuff happens in this book Teen boys are horrid little shits and they abuse the witch even further At one point one of the kids ties an Exacto knife to a stick and repeatedly stabs the witch in the boob And here we have to talk about boobs There is so much boob violence in this book that it made me wonder if the author has some kind of fetish Dead boobs living boobs giant boobs made out of a pile of small children in the town suare this book has all the boobs And the boobs are constantly being stabbed cut sueezed pinched poked and twisted It was sick It made me sick I mean there s one reference to biting off a dude s scrotum and then smashing his testicles but that was weird as fuck and didn t make up for the constant boob mangling And as for that giant boob made of children at the end I don t know I can t even I guess the witch gets all of the children and puts them in the town suare in the shape of a giant boob and then stands on top of the boob like a nipple and pours milk into all of the childrens faces Except it might not be the witch The nipple on top of the giant boob made of children might be Butcher s Wife spewing pate out of her vagina all over the faces of the boob children What The Fuck I m not making any of this up And this isn t me drawing weird comparisons either The author actually describes the mound of children as a breast with the witch as a weird nippleBut all of the weird boob mutilation is almost beside the point Because this book manages to be offensive even without the boob stuff Never mind that HusbandDoctor refers to his son s girlfriend as a pert little cutie Fucking gross This is a book about a witch who had every horror done to her at the hands of her peers So she haunts the town of their descendants And the descendants do further horrible things to her all the while screaming that she made them do it The witch has made everyone do terrible things to her and each other Everything from boob stabbing to stoning to fucking birthing globs of pate It s all the witch s fault In reality she doesn t do shit except be hideously sad over all of the other things people have done to her Rightly so Even the dog who she supposedly killed really committed suicide This book might as well have been called She Was Asking For It Her Chains and Sewed Up Face Were Just Too Sexy But Wait Why Am I Going to Jail Now I just I can t with this This was offensive and weird but not the good kind of weird I only hope that some of that not good weirdness was maybe lost in translation And the last 30 pages or so some things you can t unsee This book scared me for all of the wrong reasons If you liked it good on you If you still want to read it after this review god speed and good luck

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Summary Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt 107 Walks the streets and enters your homes at will She stands next to your bed for nights on end Everybody knows that her eyes may never be openedThe elders of Black Spring have virtually uarantined the town by using high tech surveillance to prev. It s that time of year again When the leaves start turning and the air gets coolerwut I live in the south That crap ain t happening But I still wanted some scary readingI may have lost my ever loving mind BECAUSE the place where I work is probably haunted I m about 978% sure it s haunted Then I pick up a creepy ass book to read After figuring out that I couldn t read this either before I went into work during work or when I was thinking about workI finally got a couple of days off and knew I had to binge this suckerOtherwise you guys would have seen me on the news Now if you are a friend of mine or have followed me for awhileyou know I read some jacked up stuff It takes a few drinks boogers to scare me The few times I ve been scared while reading I usually just went to bed and covered up my head and was okay Then there have been a couple of movies that scared the bejeebus out of me The Stupid Grudge and the Stinking Ring are two that come to mindThis book reminds me of them It s set in a small town that kind of reminded me of that movieThe Village Once you live there you can t leave that movie didn t scared nothing by the way This one is that way because of the witch She has been there since the days of yore and the reason The people back in the day accused her of being a witch then proceeded to make her sacrifice one of her children Then to make it even better they killed her and sewed her eyes and mouth closedGirlie got pissed off and came back to town She wanders around town and just appears randomly She might be at your beside while you and the mister are doing the freaky deaky You just never know Unless you are tracking her on the mobile app These people have gone high tech They have cameras all over town and the before mentioned tracking app But this little town has rules You can t mention or film the witch You can t touch her You can t ever move out of town because the over whelming feeling of wanting to commit suicide comes over you I wondered several times why they just didn t blast her with dynamiteOr something But then reality starts to set in while you are reading this book These characters are bat shit crazy They are mean as snakes You have one father that is a main character who pretty much admits he has a favorite sonand it s not the gay one You have women constantly put downone was made fun of the whole entire book because she was fat Another had an abnormally high forehead that the author couldn t shut up aboutI started cheering for the witchI will admit to somewhat liking this book It is perfect for a Halloween read Not in your face gorejust that almost oppressive feeling of something bad coming I had to check my underwear several times

  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
  • Thomas Olde Heuvelt
  • English
  • 27 May 2018
  • 9780765378804