My Heart Is A Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones |Book Review

Welcome back to Lamon Reviews.

I listened to the audiobook for My Heart is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones. I was able to borrow a copy from my local library. Once again, this is another wonderful book I heard about while listening to the Reading Glasses podcast.

I enjoyed the previous book I read by Stephen Graham Jones, and I may have found the next one I would like to read. Night of the Manniquins will be on my TBR .

Stephen Graham Jones

📖My Review📖

To say Jade Daniels is a horror fan is an understatement. Horror is her life! She can tell you , start to finish, the how, when, where, and who of any slasher horror flick.

So she knows something is off or about to be very off in her small town. But she is the only one that has any idea what is about to happen. But trying to warn others is pointless in any horror movie because only the final girl can save the day. And Jennifer “Jade” Daniels is anything but the final girl.

Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Only Good Indians and Night of The Manniquins has made another great fast-paced horror that keeps readers laughing out loud, fearing for the protagonist, and questioning which direction the story is going to take next.

I loved that I felt emotionally connected to Jade, but the other characters like Mr. Holmes and Sheriff Hardy were equally well written. There are several social topics in the novel including gentrification, poverty, and child abuse. All comes together in a seemless horror that takes readers on a wonderful rollercoaster until teh very last scene.

Needless to say, I loved My Heart Is A Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones.

I recommend My Heart Is A Chainsaw to anyone that enjoys horror. There is gore and carniage in the later half of the novel, and there is mention of child abuse to be aware of.

📖My Rating📖

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Now I’d like to hear from you.

Have you read any books by Stephen Graham Jones? Are you a horror fan? Do you enjoy audiobooks? Let us know in the comments below.

And As Always…

Go forth, dear readers, support your favorite indie authors and encourage reading and literacy.

K. LaMon
Lamon Reviews

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