Disco Deathtrap

Disco DeathtrapIt S New Year S Eve 1980, And The Students Of DeAngelo High School Are Lacing Up Their Skates For The All Night New Year S Eve Lock In At The Rollerville Roller Disco Some Of Them Just Want To Skate And Dance The Night Away To The Pounding Disco Music Some Want To Pull A Few Pranks And Have A Few Laughs For Others, Like Dan Parsons, Tonight Is A Chance To Move On And Forget About His Ex Girlfriend, Maybe Even Flirt With Denise, That Cute Girl Behind The Snack Counter It Seems Like Nothing Can Go Wrong But There S A Massive Blizzard Raging Outside, Thick Snow And Ice Are Piling Up Against All The Doors There Are Those Rumors That Rollerville Was Built Over Part Of The Old Graveyard Next Door, And Someone Out There Is Watching Also, A Strange Homeless Man In The Parking Lot Says That Tonight Will Be The Start Of The So Called Year Of Blood A Night Of Skating And Fun Is About To Turn Into A Night Of Violence And Bloody Mayhem Slasher Fans Rejoice, Old School Horror Is Back.


!!> Reading ➷ Disco Deathtrap ➯ Author Cameron Roubique – Couponpromocode.us
  • Paperback
  • 290 pages
  • Disco Deathtrap
  • Cameron Roubique
  • English
  • 15 March 2018
  • 9780692776636

10 thoughts on “Disco Deathtrap

  1. says:

    CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE To see a video review, click HERE To read a quick, written review, scroll on After reading and loving KILL RIVER and KILL RIVER 2 , I had high hopes for DISCO DEATHTRAP, Roubique s sopho novel I wasn t disappointed DEATHTRAP proved to be just as entertaining as Cameron s other books, if not so T...

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    Am I able to review what it was like to write a book Is that a thing Why not Disco Deathtrap was kind of a hard book for me to get into at first, but I m so glad I did it now I was hung up on Kill River for a long time, and transitioning to this book wasn t easy Now I have the opposite problem transitioning away from the Year of Blood 1981 and getting back to the Kill River sequel.The snowy blizzard winter setting was tough for me because I m a summer guy, I can t stand the cold and snow But writing this book kind of gave me a reason to look forward to snowstorms I would go out in the middle of the night and plow parking lots for my job, and I d be jamming my disco music and creeping myself out thinking about the story That was a lot of fun.I wrote the entire rough draft on a typewriter which helped me concentrate and not go wandering off on the Internet This also forced me to do a lot of meticulous outlining so I wouldn t be wasting paper and ribbons I really enjoyed making the structure of the story, I emulated early Stephen King books like Salem s Lot by having three parts, chapters, and numbered sub chapters.I listened to a ton of ABBA while writing and brainstorming, also ELO, Michael Jackson s Of...

  3. says:

    4.0 Stars Old School Horror at its Best Video Review group of teenagers locked all night inside a roller skating rink, built over occupied graves what could possibly go wrong As you may be able to guess from the synopsis, this author is a huge fan of 1980s slasher movies Filled with plenty of gore and teenage carnage, Disco Deathtrap reads like the book version of one of those classic horror films While this is a newer publication, this novel takes full advantage of readers nostalgia for old school horror Set at the end of the disco era, the story incorporates so many fun elements of that time period The soundtrack in this novel was perfect, with references to the Bee Gees classic hit, Stayin Alive , and other popular disco songs.The novel follows a lot of different teenagers, which meant there were a lot of people and names to remember While this was a bit overwhelming at first, having a large number of characters in a horror story tends to result in a high body count.Despite the ages of the characters, this is definitely an adult horror novel As one should expect from a slasher, this one was incredibly gruesome and bloody Seriously there was SO much blood The book contained some very disgusting stomach churning scenes, which, of course, I thoroughly enjoyed Written for pure entertainment, this is the kind of horror story that doesn t take itself too seriously Some of the scenes were a bit ridiculous and over the...

  4. says:

    Release Date September 26, 2018 Genre Slasher Horror Actual Rating 4 starsAnother nostalgic 80 s horror slasher novel from Cameron Roubique I first started reading his books because I was in the mood for horror and the cover for Kill River caught my eye Then I read it, fell in love with the way he transported me back to the 80 s where horror was it it s prime, and have been anxious for since Disco Deathtrap is NOT Kill River If you choose to read this in hopes that it will be a replica of that book you will be disappointed Sure, his writing is the same I feel like he writes like a mature version of R.L Stine , and the characters and their actions are similar to those in the former books, but the story is MUCH different This book is much gory The killer is revealed in a shocking twist whereas readers didn t really know who the killer was in Kill River , and favorite character we were rooting on may or may not be story survivors A couple of the kills in this book had me saying Aw Man Try not to be too disappointed if you feel this way too That being said, I m personally glad it s not an exact replica of Kill River because honestly, it would get old after a while We as readers want to see different things from authors and Cameron SLAYS both series Disco Deathtrap is truly everything an 80 s horror fan is looking for...

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    After four students from DeAngelo High are killed in a drunk driving accident, an English teacher and a gym teacher team up to organize an all night lock in at Rollerville Roller Disco on New Year s Eve 1980 to prevent losing of their students Sadly, they would ve been safer anywhere other than Rollerville, which is rumoured to have been built over a cemetery With a blizzard piling snow against all the emergency exits and a chain on the front door, there is nowhere to run once the slaughter begins.I m a huge fan of 80s slashers and I m always looking for books that have a similar plot and style to the movies that I love Disco Deathtrap perfectly captures that 80s slasher feeling and reads like a VHS horror flick you rented from Blockbuster I enjoyed every minute of it and can t remember the last time I had this much fun reading I had been in a bit of a reading slump before I started Disco Deathtrap and I m so happy that it brought me out of it Other slasher novels I ve read have had one dimensional, stereotypical characters, but Cameron Roubique spends a lot of time introducing and fleshing out the large cast of characters before the action starts so I really cared about them when bad things star...

  6. says:

    I so enjoyed reading Disco Deathtrap Brought me back to my teenage years, for sure I spent alot of time at the roller rink in my hometown in the 80 s no less yes, I m that old Everyone who was anyone was there and if they had such an event as a night over on New Year s Eve during that time that I so would ve been there for it Really made the whole story and characters come to life for me knowing that The great descriptive writing style had me on the ...

  7. says:

    3.75 Fun, twisted little tale Well written, keeps you interested A tad predictable easy to do though when most everyone is dead ha A little twisted too, but in a good way One thing though, to all the morons who didnt, TAKE OFF YOUR SKATES If someone is chasing me around a roller rink, trying to kill me, dressed as death, I think I would have taken them off ASAP A little unrealistic too, one person mowing down that many people, and in the end they are a tiny li...

  8. says:

    I enjoyed this blast from the past in the roller skating aspect not the murder aspect It made me recall childhood roller skating parties when I was a kid which was sooo cool I loved the cover too 8 definitely want to read another book from this author.

  9. says:

    I was not looking forward to writing this.So, this is definitely not an easy review to write Cameron Roubique s first book, Kill River, is without a doubt my favorite horror novel ever I ve read a lot of horror novels, most have been terrible, others have been good, but when I read Kill River, everything in it just clicked Characters that felt like real, normal people you have no idea the books I ve read where the characters talk and behave so unrealistically , dynamic chase scenes and struggles with the killer, said killer was mysterious and menacing and ominous, a unique setting, and two of the most likable characters Cyndi and Stacy that I ve seen in any horror novel Cameron took the classic slasher story and made it his own while staying true to it in a very humble way that thoroughly thrilled and entertained me, and it worked so smoothly in my eyes that I treasure that book and started to look forward to from this talented author As soon as Cameron s second book came out, I had to have it A good cover art, not as good as Kill River s, but a much better title, it s just so catchy and good The story started out good and continued as such, as I expected it would, setting up the characters, the location, the ambiance Sure, there were drawbacks the two main characters, Dan, who I saw as obnoxious and whiny, and Denise, who was just bland and boring and creepy in being an adult trying to hook up with a kid , especially when compared to Kill River s Cyndi and Stacy, a...

  10. says:

    It s New Years Eve 1980 and students are at a roller disco overnight to celebrate But as soon as it hits midnight, a killer dressed like Death slaughters most of them Can the remaining few escape the killer This is my favorite of Roubique s books One of the things I like about it is that there is no main character Instead it s an ensemble cast, so we see multiple views of th...

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