FREE!! Brutal Bible Tales on Kindle Weekend!! (Jan 28th and 29th)

 
KINDLE edition is FREE the weekend of Jan 28th and 29th. ‘Click’ on either image, or BOTH to claim yer prizes!! Did I say they are both FREE?!

 

PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale, is the story of Pilate, a drug lord vampire in this re-telling of Christ’s final days set in modern times in a Midwest American ghetto. When given another chance to save the Earth’s new female Christ, will the re-incarnated Pilate choose to protect Her, or wash his hands in this life as in his first. Be warned: The Harbor is wicked. The violence is graphic and brutal. The terror is palpable. Pilate is not your parents’ bible story.

About the Author

Rage has created an incredibly detailed and disturbing world of unique, creative, fast paced, brutal, dark, and bizarre novels that are not for the feint of heart. There is no good without evil. No heaven without hell. No God without the Devil. The correlation is as clear as fresh blood dripping down the side of a martini glass. Only those with a drive to read about blood, gore and mega violence should read his books, if any. Save yourself. You have been warned. 

 
Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.
from Chapter 39…. of 
 
 
The man standing before Judas was eight feet tall, if he was an inch. He stood there, watching the dead vampire. The man’s stare made Judas feel he was a used car, bought for a song. He stood at the edge of the stand of trees.

“Who are you?” Judas asked, afraid. The obscenely tall man looked down at him.

“I am the Piper,” Lucifer replied. “I am here to get paid.”

With that the Mighty One turned on heel. Enormous footprints sinking inches into the grassy parkland followed him as he melted into the night. Satan went now to prepare a special spot for Judas Iscariot. A nice chilly spot shall be reserved for the damned vampire in the Pit of Despair. Where he shall be tormented: day and night, for all time. Until Judas begs for the pain like a warm glass of milk and forgets who he ever was.

A rustling came from the park trees, high up in them. Judas’ eyes darted up and he saw them.

“Now is time,” Judas heard them say. They tumbled down from the trees.

The three demons hit the ground running. They converged on Judas’ shoulders. One demon slid itself around to the vampire’s face and grabbed hold of both ears. The demon shoved it in and furiously thrust the vampire’s lipless mouth. The demon pumped maniacally, quickly ejaculating. Clumps of greenish/brown rocketed out Judas’ nose. His muffled, gagging protest coincided with tree roots erupting from spongy earth. The tree roots slid up over his hands and feet. The roots tugged them tight to the ground.

Judas struggled in vain as the other two buried claws in his skull. They were going to drink of the soup his fatal stroke had cooked up for them. The demons planned to rip Judas to shreds and dig in his brains with their forked tongues.

As soon as they could pry the lid off.

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PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale , is the story of Pilate, a drug lord vampire in this re-telling of Christ’s final days set in modern times in a Midwest American ghetto. When given another chance to save the Earth’s new female Christ, will the re-incarnated Pilate choose to protect Her,…

BELLY: A BRUTAL BIBLE TALE

takes place 3 years after “PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale”

Immanuel the Christ has some nerve. Jonah has already lost everyone he loves to Pilate the vampire and his Harbor drug violence. Jonah now trudges through his days staying as high on Plata as possible. He just wants to be left alone while he waits for his turn to die. The Christ has other plans for him. She sends Her messenger, Pedro, to assign Jonah the very dangerous task of ordering the Herod to dismantle the Harbor’s Plata trade. Jonah has a choice: fight or flight. He decides to run. But you can’t run from God forever. As Jonah learns the hard way when the ‘Edmund Fitzgerald‘ founders and goes down in rough seas, with the reluctant prophet on board. Job is Satan’s Chosen One and he doesn’t take kindly to orders from some upstart prophet. Rather than acquiescing, Job thinks caving Jonah’s head in with a tire iron is the best bet. Jonah finds himself out of the frying pan, but firmly fixed in the fire. Then the Lord Herself starts dispatching Job’s children. One at a time, until the Herod of The Harbor finally obeys.

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Please Note: The Grim Reverend Steven Rage’s literary assaults contain graphic violence, illicit drug use, non-consensual extreme sex, and potentially offensive material given the religious references. Be forewarned! Brutal Bible Tales are not for the faint of heart. NC-17. Th…

~ by MorbidbookS, Extreme Fiction Publisher. on January 19, 2012.

5 Responses to “FREE!! Brutal Bible Tales on Kindle Weekend!! (Jan 28th and 29th)”

  1. Review
    Sick Sick sick my kind of book!

    Filled with sex and violence that’ll keep you turning the pages. With a vampire feasting on an embryo and many other dreadful acts you have to check out.
    –Kipp Poe Speicher “Kipp Poe Speicher” (Canton, Ohio)

  2. I’ve heard these books are fabulous…Would like my two free ones.
    I’m not usually into Vampire and such blood and Guts but scince i have heard you are such a wonderful writer from so many I would like t judge it for myself.

  3. Violent, Confrontational, and Fascinating,
    Tales of greed, ambition, betrayal, cruelty–and ultimately, salvation. This is not simply for the sake of shock. But maybe you needed to be shocked.” —–Ray Dittmier

  4. your awesome steve thanks

  5. Brutally Good
    Compound street violence and mega-violence of the most extreme horror variety and you get a story that any horror fan would eat up. I highly recommend it. —-W. D. Hanson “AKA Ichorous” (Clarksburg, MD USA)

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