Bluejay by Megan Stockton
Noah, Jack, and Phil are three average guys who collect horror memorabilia and have a running competition to see who can come up with the most extreme or repulsive horror movie for their weekly guys’ night. When one of the friends gets the opportunity to steal tickets to an exclusive club that touts offering a realistic, immersive torture simulation, he jumps on the opportunity. Once they arrive at the theater they quickly realize that it isn't a simulation at all, and they have delved into an underground world that they don’t belong in. They have to uphold their stolen identities while trying to escape and not die (or kill anyone else) in the process.
Simulated Torture Show
I was very excited to read Bluejay. The story starts off with Noah being a keyboard warrior. He gets an instant message with someone's login information. Noah finds a message for an already paid for simulated torture experience for 4 people. He brings some friends with him. When they arrive things get pretty interesting and gory. Megan's writing flows very well, and the gore scenes are very detailed. I was not expecting the turns this book took. Bluejays was a very good story.
Hostel meets The Hangover
If you like a little spice in your guys night, you’ll love this! Hostel meets the hangover when three friends who love horror extremes bite off a little more than they can chew.
Was a great thrill! Loved the story and how it keeps you on toes wondering what happens next!
A Night Of Taboo
Hell of a fun read. Plenty of well written gore and a killer ending. Answers the question of whether three friends can “walk the walk”