5.0 out of 5 stars A True Bizarro Master, November 27, 2013
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This review is from: Murderland (Kindle Edition)
This was a tough one. A real Bizarro Masterpiece, Garret Cook’s “Muderland” is the tale of Jeremy Jenkins, a pharmacist living in an America that made killing legal in some places. A culture of adoration towards serial killers (called here “Psychopomps”) is born, kids dress up like their favorite pyschos from History. And Jeremy is the most prolific one, but he kills to prevent an invasion from the “Dark Ones”, a race of beings he was taught to believe was going to invade the Earth.
The language is beautifully well-crafted, the characters are well developed, the story has many twists and turns on account of it’s epistolary form, the ending is great. Mr. Cook created a detailed world, and the philosophical raised by this book are compelling and enrich the story. Five stars, for sure.

MorbidbookS. Read Like The Devil.

By David W Barbee (Georgia, USA) – review is from: Murderland Part I – H8 (Paperback)Serial killers are pretty fascinating. There are plenty of maniacal murderers both in real life and in fiction, and yes, they seem to capture something about our culture and society. They’re complex anti-heroes and we idolize them for that. But much like vampires, the serial killer archetype can become clichéd and boring.

Then there’s Murderland, a little book that’s far better than it has any right to be. Garrett Cook is fascinated by serial killers, but it’s not enough to just tell a story about one of his own creation. In this story, Cook creates an entire dystopian culture based on the idolatry of serial killers. Jack the Ripper and Ed Gein are looked upon as saints. Modern day “reapers”, as they’re called, are the ultimate celebrities now. They’re like movie…

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~ by MorbidbookS, Extreme Fiction Publisher. on December 15, 2013.

4 Responses to “MURDERLAND IS HERE!”

  1. I have a twisted tale to tell of my own . just found you guy’s love it how do i submit a manuscript?


    • Sorry so long John my comments get hidden from me. I’m up to my eyeballs until summer so if you are still interested and can bring the grue…. hit me up at or the morbidbooks page on facebook. But please wait until about July! 🙂 Thanks!



    • Hit me up on ‘MorbidbookS’ Facebook page. I prefer novella length 15-25K. We pub in print n Kindle. I’m swamped currently but let me know what ur up to! 🙂


    • Twisted is what we love! We specialize in novella length 15-25K words. If you got something in that size that’s crazy and insane and pref. bloody as all hell, tell me about it! 🙂


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