Hee Haw by Peter Caffrey
When Colin, a middle-aged fantasist and loner who lives with his parents, snatches a girl he finds in the woods, things quickly start to unravel. While his intention is to act out his most depraved fantasies, something about the girl unnerves him. Who is the mysterious Alice, and why does she make him feel so uneasy?
As he learns more about her, he finds himself thrust ever deeper into a world of darkness and duplicity. What is real, and why is he, the abuser, feeling so vulnerable
Hee Haw is a dark, psychological horror, in which nothing is quite what it seems.
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Colin is middle aged and lives in a shack in his parents garden. Colin is a bit of a prick, and that's putting it nicely. He tends to live in his own little world. On one particular day, he decides he is going to kidnap a little girl that he sees in the woods. What happens next is not easily explainable. Colin's world slowly starts to unravel. Whoa. This was a hell of a story. It was absolute insanity, and I loved every minute of it. All I can really say is that you are in for a treat with this one. It was an excellent read. It is an absolute must-read. If it's on your TBR list, bump that puppy up. You will not be disappointed. 5 severed fingers out of 5
The only negative thing I can say about this is it's too short. I could see a followup to this taking place in the village we never see. Creepy, dark, hilarious, brutal. It's Peter Caffrey delivering another absolute banger.
An Unbridled Sense Of Controlled Chaos
A Horror Bookworm Recommendation Hee Haw by Peter Caffrey https://horrorbookwormreviews.com/ A little girl is lured to an isolated shack nestled in the woodlands. There, she is imprisoned in a small wooden crate by a young man who has proclaimed himself, Hee Haw. Alone, tied up and subjected to torture, the young girl not only survives but initiates her own unforgettable confrontation. The real questions are who is the actual victim and who is in control? Hee Haw by Peter Caffrey is an experience into brutality, pain, suffering and manipulation. Inflamed with sickening torment and infected by nauseating uneasiness, Caffrey’s unrelenting storyline builds like a festering boil that’s ready to pop. Beginning with the nightmarish reality of a young child being abducted to the stomach churning plot, Hee Haw is officially a “can’t put down” piece of extreme fiction. Besides the crazy titles and head turning covers, Peter Caffrey’s writing style is very addicting. His stories have some of the most insane characters you will ever be introduced to and the sequence of events he adds race along at an intense pace. Twists and turns are what build the suspense and tension in the most morbid of ways. If you haven’t given Caffrey a try now is the time to experience his unbridled sense of controlled chaos. Final thoughts about Hee Haw by Peter Caffrey…blending physical and emotional exploitations with a knockout ending is why this book will remain with you for a long long time, kinda like an STD. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
Hee Haw by Peter Caffrey, is an extremely well-written and disconcerting, extreme horror and psychological story. I highly recommend it!
A brilliantly dark mindfuck!
Not since Dog Food by Mr. C, has my head been so mashed reading a book, but I wouldn't have it any other way! Brilliantly bonkers and disturbing, I loved it!! Self named Hee Haw, likes to watch innocent children at play in the woods, he likes it a lot!! And when an unexpected opportunity for a bit of company arises, he takes it, and boxes it up all for himself. He hates his Dad, he knows he's a disappointment to him and he vows to do something big to get him noticed, to prove he's more than just a layabout still gripping tight to his mothers apron strings. He'll do something to get his name out there, so the whole world will know Hee Haw!! The girl in the box, his new plaything, or so he thought, isn't as compliant as he'd like her to be, and that makes him nervous. She's actually strangely helpful, which makes him uncomfortable, confused and scared. Has he lost control to a child? And why is no one out looking for her?? It seems his disturbing fantasy may have been doomed from the start. When his parents become involved, the tables are weirdly turned and it's Hee Haw who's now feeling the fear and trepidation, he hates the world and everyone in it, he wanted to leave his mark in retaliation, but someone has other plans. Alice is one creepy ass bitch, and as the mystery and weirdness slowly and bizarrely unravel, everything becomes disturbingly clear….kinda! A cracking ending after a twisty, twisted headfuck of a ride!! Such a cute, unputdownable mindfuck, that's as awesome as always!!