EXOSKELETON – A Novel Psychological thriller, horror, and science fiction all in one Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. View Desktop Version . SynopsiS (Exoskeleton). called the Exoskeleton, of which he becomes the tortured, organic innards. Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The latest Tweets from Shane Stadler (@Exo). Novelist, physicist, professor, and physics textbook author check out my sci-fi/horror novel EXOSKELETON.
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Win with the Horror Lounge. Could not put down. Refresh and try again. My only qualm is with the ending which I believe was wrapped up shanne an expeditious manner.
Stadlre retrospect, the graphic descriptions were necessary to make the book work, and there is nothing wrong with making readers feel uncomfortable from time to time. It gets five stars as much as anything for being an amazing first novel.
I wish there was anoth This book was both repulsive and sickened me to my core but also gripping and I could put it down.
It just let me down a little. The tortures are in vivid detail. What in the world!?
I enjoyed This was an excellent book to read exoekeleton around Halloween – definitely had the creep factor going although not in the traditional ghouls sense, but just the horror of the situation. The narration was also very good, and the book moved quickly.
I expected a bit more than I got from this book. I gave it two stars only because I finished it, and I only finished it because I kept hoping it would get better.
The weakest part for me was the ending. So I’m really looking forward to Shane’s next offering. Scenes where it describes bending the limbs to the point of breaking the bones made my muscles ache. I read a lot of his work since. The end result was a xhane so compelling that I had to put aside an entire Saturday, just so I could read the last half straight through! Oct 03, Joe Eliot rated it liked it.
And there’s actually a big difference between a magazine and a clip. Facebook 0 Twitter Pinterest 0 0 Likes. What I like most about Exoskeleton is it ventures not into over indulgent amounts of scientific jargon or vocabulary. The author without question has a very firm grasp of sociological injustice and exploits the very real terror that lurks around every corner.
I loved the narration from all different angles. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I suppose with a crime as heinous as rape and assault of a young girl it would force anyone to turn their back on the accused.
I think I expected the suit to be more horrible. I was a little disappointed those who had inflicted such pain stadleg suffering unto the innocent did not get to see a healthy portion of karma served their way.
Meet author WJ Renehan. Tips for new writers of horror fiction. Imagine the ten worst medieval torture devices rolled into one then notched up to the nth degree and this gives you some idea of what the shanne suffers.
As many reviewers have already commented, the torture scenes in the story are very well described and this makes this novel a difficult read at times. Return to Book Page. The torture scene Exoskeleton utilizes several science fiction and horror tropes: My stories have a life of their own and if they cross into other genres like SF or supernatural I let them go. Why they are torturing him and how to make it stop becomes the focus of the novel.
Hold fast to what you know is true, what you believe in, what drives you onward. And the reason for all this secrecy and torture? In the roughest sense, horror is an emotion, and the strict horror genre is meant to summon that emotion. Reading this might change my mind.
Tell us about your latest book My most recently shae is Exoskeleton II: Stadlrr than facing the inconceivable sentence of ten years for something he had not committed he aptly agrees to the government correctional facility experiment for one year, three hundred sixty five days of rehabilitation treatment titled The Exoskeleton.
It was difficult to absorb the realization that those closest to the main character would accept this piece of information without challenge or question. Lists with This Book.