Night Stockers by Kristopher Triana & Ryan Harding
The employees of the Freshway grocery store aren’t too happy about having to do an overnight shift, but they’re about to be even unhappier. Their rival store, Devil’s Food, is about to lay siege upon them with extreme prejudice. This is no ordinary grocery chain. Devil’s Food is run by a cult of murderous Satanists committed to killing the competition—literally.
Armed with hatchets, knives, maces and motorcycles, they enter the store and start picking off their victims in the most ghastly and depraved ways possible. The Freshway’s only chance of survival is to fight, and this leads to a bloody battle royal of crazed cashiers, knife-wielding demo ladies, brutal butchers, and teenage clerks determined to make their favorite death metal albums come true.
The Night Stockers is a gory horror comedy by Splatterpunk Award-Winning authors Kristopher Triana and Ryan Harding, the men who brought you Full Brutal and Genital Grinder. Filled with bone-crushing carnage and the heaviest metal, this one promises customer satisfaction.
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Between all the death metal references, the 90’s nostalgia, and more creative kills than you could imagine, this book is insane. No longer will I look at a frozen turkey or a manual can opener the same way. I put off all my weekend chores in order to finish this book, I just couldn’t put it down. I highly recommend it for anyone that likes high kill counts and hates customer service jobs.
I wanna be Ruby when I grow up.. That was just gore galore and I loved it.. Filled with plenty of 90’s nostalgia and some laugh out loud moments (for me anyway). Two grocery stores go to war in the most vicious of ways. There were a few moments that made me wince but that just made me like it more.. Drills, meat hooks and chainsaws you'll understand when you read it..
This book was so much crazy fun, I couldn't put it down! From the awesome slice of brutalness that was the opening chapter, through to the more and more brutal build up to a deliciously bloody end! I loved all the music and film references! There are so many awesome and inventive messed up kills that this seriously needs to be made into a movie!!!! I need to see that shit! In my opinion, if a book can make you grimace out loud, it's well worth reading, and in this case, it had me grimacing and roaring with laughter at the same time, so it's a definite winner!!!
First off I would like to say a very special thank you to Drew Stepek, owner of Godless Horrors, for letting me have the privilege of being a part of The Godless Hype Horde. I also would like to thank K Trap Jones of The Evil Cookie Publishing, my fellow Hype Horde companions, and of course Triana and Harding for a freaking amazing ride. The Night Stockers is a brilliant, unique, and perfectly executed maddening melee maelstrom of a Splatterpunk novel! The plot is woven in a fine manner with so much ‘90s culture thrown in it is a blast. Triana and Harding collaborated amazingly, and in my opinion knocked this out of the park! Devil’s Food v. Freshway begins, and it is a never ending madness of blood, gore, and dark humor. Triana and Harding keep you redlined for the rest of the book, and they do not take their foot off the pedal! Who will come out on top? Who will live to see another day? Who will be left for cleanup on aisle 666? I really could not put this down, and I blazed through the pages. The characters are so well written, and I grew attached to some and loathed others. It was a waiting game of pins and needles to see if my favored choices would live or die. I did not have this one figured out at ALL! The ending was pure satisfaction. I give TNS 5 bloody stars out of 5 stars! I loved every minute, couldn’t put it down, and I was satisfied at the end. I didn’t feel left hanging or wanting more, but I’ll take more.
I've been looking forward to this one since it was announced, and I say you should believe the hype. This is a gory smorgasbord of extreme violence, mayhem, and scathing criticism of 21st century capitalism. Went in for Triana's sick mind paired up with Harding's, came out the other side of a fantastic metaphor for the refusal of the American workforce to treat its workers like people during a time of natural (or infernal) disaster.