Blood Island

Where once rose the cool silence of a primitive temple and the whispering of ancestral graves sprawls a lush Caribbean resort an exotic pleasure playground where men and women come to feed their hungers, or hide their secrets, or live out their wildest fantasies But something is very wrong on the planet of Carrefour Inexplicable drownings bizarre sexual murders the bloWhere once rose the cool silence of a primitive temple and the whispering of ancestral graves sprawls a lush Caribbean resort an exotic pleasure playground where men and women come to feed their hungers, or hide their secrets, or live out their wildest fantasies But something is very wrong on the planet of Carrefour Inexplicable drownings bizarre sexual murders the bloody staring head of a black rooster in a young woman s bed the face in a photograph aging to a grinning skull in its frame a shy young bride transformed into a snarling temptress Something evil has risen from the very ground on which Carrefour stands And in the blood red shadows of the jungle, to the frenzied beat of the voodoo drums and the death rattle of the maracas, a mysterious figure with a lithe sensual body and glittering black eyes begins to dance And as his dark sexual ritual unfolds, the guests gather to watch and wait and tremble
Blood Island Where once rose the cool silence of a primitive temple and the whispering of ancestral graves sprawls a lush Caribbean resort an exotic pleasure playground where men and women come to feed their hunge

  • Title: Blood Island
  • Author: James Farber
  • ISBN: 9780671830120
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Blood Island”

    1. Blood Island is a novel written back in 1981, but while older it deserves its chance in the 20th century spotlight. I always enjoy novels focusing on voodoo or other dark religions,which is the core of this novel. Some genuinely creepy events unfold, there are some great internal struggles going on with all characters, the pace runs along well and a lot happens within 323 pages.Basically a resort has opened on an island that used to be inhabited by tribes who believed in (and some practiced) bla [...]

    2. Mmhh, A pesar de tener bastantes imágenes de horror interesantes, la verdad es que no trasciende más allá. Bastante olvidable. Si acaso es recomendable para fans del horror novatos. Para un fan curtido no lo recomendaría, mucho menos para un verdadero devorador de literatura convencional!

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