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Vinyl Destination The Town Of Bellbrook Is Digging A New Dump They Conceived A Brilliant Idea For Containing The Toxins Within Line The Bottom Of The Dump With Old Vinyl LP S That Nobody Listens To Any Anyways.What They Don T Know, What They Couldn T Have Known, It Their Excavation Awakened An Ancient Evil What Happens Next Is The Day The Music Undied.

About the Author: Adam Millard

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10 thoughts on “Vinyl Destination

  1. says:

    A Lovecraftian love letter to music in all its good, bad, and ugly forms, piling on references to artists and lyrics from pedestrian to obscure, written against the backdrop of a small English town and the lives of its comically hapless residents Recommended for...

  2. says:

    For the love of music and LP s Millard spins a warped record of comebacks from the dead Morphing into some of the favorites that appeared on records Michael Jackson, Meatloaf, Beatles To name a few in this bizarre spin dedication to the record players that get nolove.An earthquake strikes Bellbrook and a cast of characters begin to morph into look alikes It s like a buffet at Jack Rabbit Slim s A Tarantino lunch ticket of a lovecraftin, bizar

  3. says:

    Vinyl Destination is a blast The core concept is pleasingly mental evil dead meets cosmic horror which gets corrupted by the records that have been used by the council to line the refuse pit said horror is sleeping in, waking it in the process, resulting on the hapless inhabitants of Bellbrook being gradually turned into musical icons from the last half century and the delivery is gleefully demented.The sheer number of gags per minute are impressive

  4. says:

    I have been a fan of Adam Millard s for some time Millard writes novels that are always a sort of love letter to a genre he clearly loves Each book is meant to be entertaining in the way that a Saturday afternoon creature feature is supposed to be fun aware of its own limitations, and exploiting those limitations and the limitations of the characters who are placed in absolutely ludicrous scenarios Millard s writing touches the heart of both bizarro and horr

  5. says:

    I ve never quite read a book like this before Sometimes it was funny, sometimes it was weird Others it was just plain random The pit dweller, demon or whatever it was. I wish we learned a bitabout it The end was kind of abrupt But it was a fun read People turning into f...

  6. says:

    Never has a tale of ancient evil beenlikely to get at least one song stuck in your head The story is fun and well put together, and the musical mentions worked in are varied enough to be familiar to almost any reader I can think of I got a lot of good laughs too Definitely an enjoyable little book.

  7. says:

    This book was great I love Adam Millard s work, funny, twisted, and highly entertaining

  8. says:

    I have not read Millard in a while, and when I read through this one, I wondered, why the hell haven t I Vinyl seemed to be a bit Bizarro, which I usually steer clear of, my personal preference, but Millard manage to capture my interest and hold it hostage until the ...

  9. says:

    This was a really fun read even if some of the song references went over my head I loved the premise and enjoyed watching what happened to each character as the story progressed I feel like I can t get very specific without spoiling things, suffice to say if you like bizar...

  10. says:

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