Misfits by Hunter Shea

During the height of the 90s grunge era, five high school friends living on the fringe are driven to the breaking point. When one of their friends is brutally raped by a drunk townie, they decide to take matters into their own hands.

Deep in the woods of Milbury, Connecticut, there lives the legend of the Melon Heads, a race of creatures that shun human interaction and prey on those who dare to wander down Dracula Drive. Maybe this night, one band of misfits can help the other. Or maybe some legends are meant to be feared for a reason.

My Review

Hunter Shea has done it again, another old school horror at its very best!

Dracula Drive, what a perfect name for a road that leads you into hell and for what later takes place down that dirt road in the belly of the forest!

I remember this era really well and I think that was a major fact of how quickly I got pulled into this book, plus it reads like an old school early Stephen King novel. I’m not sure why but it made me think about Stephen King’s The Tommyknockers. Misfits is definitely a must read for horror fans, this is probably my favourite book so far by Hunter Shea!

As well as being part in the blog tour for this book on Twitter I am also offering you the chance to win your own copy of this book. All you have to do is pop over to my Twitter which is @DebTat2 for more details.

Sorry this review is so short but I am sat in hospital having iv antibiotics for pleurisy and there is no wifi!

Misfits was published on 8 Sept. 2020 so you can grab yourself a copy now

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