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The Night Stockers

By: Kristopher Triana,Ryan Harding
Narrated by: Chuck Brugee
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Summary

Attention shoppers!

The employees of the Freshway grocery store aren’t too happy about having to do an overnight shift, but they’re about to be even unhappier. Their rival store, Devil’s Food, is about to lay siege upon them with extreme prejudice. This is no ordinary grocery chain. Devil’s Food is run by a cult of murderous Satanists committed to killing the competition - literally.

Armed with hatchets, knives, maces and motorcycles, they enter the store and start picking off their victims in the most ghastly and depraved ways possible. The Freshway’s only chance of survival is to fight, and this leads to a bloody battle royal of crazed cashiers, knife-wielding demo ladies, brutal butchers, and teenage clerks determined to make their favorite death metal albums come true.

The Night Stockers is a gory horror comedy by Splatterpunk Award-Winning authors Kristopher Triana and Ryan Harding, the men who brought you Full Brutal and Genital Grinder. Filled with bone-crushing carnage and the heaviest metal, this one promises customer satisfaction.

©2021 Kristopher Triana, Ryan Harding (P)2021 Kristopher Triana, Ryan Harding

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  • jonathon olson
  • 03-05-22

Painful

The story itself was good, as far as I could listen. The narration was absolutely abysmal. It was so over the top. Every line was read like the most obnoxious teen girl on a sitcom. I get that some of the characters were meant to be annoying, but even when not quoting a character the narrator was so obnoxious it was painful to listen too. I gave the story a good rating, because from the few minutes I listened to it was good. And knowing spoilers from friends who have read the physical book I know it is worth a read. it just is not worth a listen. I'll be buying a physical copy so I can finish it, because this narrator is absolutely awful. I'll remember his name and skip anything else he has done. WOW, it was so bad. Unbearable.

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  • william kenneth creech
  • 30-08-22

Metal Inspired Splatterpunk

doesn't take itself too seriously - obviously mind your triggers - this is exactly what i expected it to be - a good fun gore fest - just a lot of fun

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  • John Rinaldi
  • 29-05-22

Cleanup on Isle 6!

When the satanic Devil's Food supermarket attacks the sub-par but normal Freshway there will be blood in the isles!
This book is like a delicatessen of deviltry and disgusting stuff. I don’t think I've read a book with more violence, but
It was varied and so over-the-top that I thought it was funny.

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