Reincarnage: Maximum Carnage by Ryan Harding and Jason Taverner
YOU THOUGHT IT WAS OVER
Eleven people awaken in an abandoned motel. Transported from all over the United States, they have no memory of the journey and no idea where they are or why anyone would take them. Then they find the blood…and the heads mounted on stakes.
IT’S NOT OVER
Thirty years ago in the town of Morgan, a Vietnam vet embarked on a killing spree that ultimately cost him his life. Then he resurrected to do it again. And again. And again. Morgan has since been evacuated by the government and enclosed by walls thirty feet high to contain the inhuman slayer known as Agent Orange.
HE CAME BACK
Now confined to his hunting grounds, the abducted must survive the Kill Zone, where Agent Orange has traps and weapons stashed all around, an almost omniscient ability to stalk, and lifetimes to perfect the art of butchery with an endless canvas of human flesh. From Ryan Harding, Jason Taverner, and Death’s Head Press comes the debut of the most brutal slasher icon, with new bonus chapters, a much higher body count, and more gore than all the Friday the 13th movies combined. For him, death was just the beginning…
REINCARNAGE: MAXIMUM CARNAGE
Agent Orange is that badass type of slasher that strikes fear into the heart of all those that face off with him. Like a Phoenix he keeps coming back, and even when alive he’s almost unkillable. For those unlucky enough to wake up in his kill zone, he’s the god damn boogeyman. Reincarnage gives just enough information about AO to know what he’s all about without giving away all his tricks. The violence is crazy, but what do you really expect from Ryan Harding. The story is good, and it helps bring the book from kill scene to kill scene. I’m glad I picked this version up, it gives more backstory as well as giving you the fate of the other group left to become AO’s playthings. Someone needs to turn this into a movie, Agent Orange could wipe the floor with Freddy and Jason any day.