(SEQUEL TO OFF SEASON)
The local sheriff of
Dead River, Maine, thought he had killed them off ten years ago—a
primitive, cave-dwelling tribe of cannibalistic savages. But somehow the
clan survived. To breed. To hunt. To kill and eat. And now the peaceful
residents of this isolated town are fighting for their lives.
Offspring is the sequel to
Ketchum's (gorfest) Off Season. The Woman is back, and she's got a whole
new cannibal family. The beginning of the story starts with the
cannibal clan taking out a 16 year old babysitter, the 18 month old
baby, and the mother returning from a night out at the bar. Yeah, it's
craziness all over again. Except this time, the cops know exactly what
they are dealing with.
Even with that being the opening to the
story, this book is still much tamer, in my opinion, than Off Season. I
think this book is generally more about the characters (potential
victims) than the gore factor this time around. Offspring was a quick
and easy read. I think I finished it in a day and a half.
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