EXOSKELETON – A Novel Psychological thriller, horror, and science fiction all in one Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. View Desktop Version . SynopsiS (Exoskeleton). called the Exoskeleton, of which he becomes the tortured, organic innards. Shane Stadler © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. The latest Tweets from Shane Stadler (@Exo). Novelist, physicist, professor, and physics textbook author check out my sci-fi/horror novel EXOSKELETON.
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The third in the series is underway Exo III: This is one of those books that could have, should have been so, so much etadler I expected a bit more misery from the main character wearing it and I just wasn’t crazy about why he was wearing it in the end of the book. My favourite horror short stories.
Oct 27, Jami rated it really liked it Shelves: I occasionally partake in the festivities — costume parties, etc. I was annoyed that the author confuses a clip fo This is one of those second-half books.
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In the last chapters the plot very obviously set itself up for a sequel, as if the author was already planning to milk a few more bucks out of the concept before wrapping up the first book.
It’s very rare that a book will make me cringe or even feel nauseous but this did that. Sadly I have a feeling this was a one off which is a shame as Shane Stadler did an exoskeletob job with this book and could have taken it further.
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Thompson Their predilections surface when ever any possible control casts a blind eye. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your starler address will not be published. His alleged victim has been confined to a coma and all DNA evidence has gone mysteriously missing. It was a lot better than I thought it would be – and it kept me guessing throughout Nov 24, Heather rated it it was amazing.
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The torture experiments that they inflict are possible with today’s technology and I think that’s why it hit so hard. Dec 11, Derek Davis rated it it was amazing. I could fully imagine this happening in this day and age and it makes you wonder There were very few errors in the kindle version I read.
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Meet Hunter Shea huntershea1 HorrorLounge. This is not for an easy reader or young audience. What I like most about Exoskeleton is it ventures not into over indulgent amounts of scientific jargon or vocabulary. stdler
The ending, I thought I expected a bit more than I got from this book. It was a great, relaxing bit of horror. Sam Missingham October sfadler, As his only hope for redemption, he opts for the latter, and finds himself in a horrific situation that transforms him into something the world has never seen. A falsely-convicted prisoner signs himself off for a I downloaded this ebook, really, because it was cheap and because, at my decaying age, I’ve been seriously hankering for an exoskeleton of my own.
The ending also seems staeler be a little rushed but leaves the gate wide open for part two!! The character of William Thompson is a man in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The best way to explain that difference is to simply let you see for yourself: And it did have some promising elements: Syadler story is captivating in its horror. Can’t say, ‘cos that would be a massive spoiler.
Meet author Shane Stadler. It introduces some mystery and that provides a lot more interest. It can creep up on you.