Bad Games (Bad Games #1)

Bad Games (Bad Games #1) PARTICIPATION IS NOT AN OPTIONThe Lambert Family is heading to Crescent Lake, a rural cabin community in western Pennsylvania, for an idyllic weekend getaway Some fishing, some barbecue, some gamesThe Fannelli brothers are heading to Crescent Lake too Some stalking, some kidnapping, some murder, definitely some gamesthough not necessarily the type of games the Lamberts had in mind But it doesn t matter The Lamberts are going to play whether they like it or not.An intense psychological thriller, Bad Games has the dark, mind bending chills of The Bad Seed combined with the fish out of water dread and suspense of Deliverance So let Jeff Menapace s highly anticipated novel keep you up all night as it delves into the mystery of nature versus nurture when comprehending the evil in man, along with the will and determination an innocent family must summon to fight back against horrific odds.BONUS Includes the first chapter of the pulse pounding sequel, Vengeful Games. Free Download Books Bad Games (Bad Games #1) Author Jeff Menapace – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Paperback
  • 338 pages
  • Bad Games (Bad Games #1)
  • Jeff Menapace
  • English
  • 15 May 2018
  • 0988843307

11 thoughts on “Bad Games (Bad Games #1)

  1. says:

    I d been meaning to read Bad Games for quite a while, so I added it to the list of books I wrote out that I wanted to try and get to this Halloween season Bad Games isn t horror in the supernatural sense, but focused on two brothers who kill just for the fun of it They grab whoever they feel like killing, and feel absolutely zero remorse To them, it s a game and that s what makes them scary I really enjoyed this book, as the tension built from the very beginning where they first encountered I d been meaning to read Bad Games for quite a while, so I added it to the list of books I wrote out that I wanted to try and get to this Halloween season Bad Games isn t horror in the supernatural sense, but focused on two brothers who kill just for the fun of it They grab whoever they feel like killing, and feel absolutely zero remorse To them, it s a game and that s what makes them scary I really enjoyed this book, as the tension buil...

  2. says:

    I saw this book made into a TV movie a few years back with Naomi Watts Tim Roth, although, it was titled Funny Games not ha ha funny either At the time, I thought the movie was creepy over the top I couldn t quit thinking about it for quite a while Then I saw this book, Bad Games , onby Jeff Menapace couldn t believe it I grabbed it right away especially since Jeff had it for free at the time The book is muchbizarre, spooky, creepy weird I saw this book made into a TV movie a few years back with Naomi Watts Tim Roth, although, it was titled Funny Games not ha ha funny either At the time, I thought the movie was creepy over the top I couldn t quit thinking about it for quite a while Then I saw this book, Bad Games , onby Jeff Menapace couldn t believe it I grabbed it right away especially since Jeff had it for free at the time The book is muchbizarre, spooky, creepy weird than the movie ever could be Basically, the two Fannelli brothers get their kicks playing games as they call them with whoever catches their attention at the timeand I don t mean things like egging your car or TP ing your house either These two are dangerous craziod psychopathic maniacs heading to Crescent Lake to get their kicks playing whatever games they wa...

  3. says:

    This is the first Jeff Menapace book I ve read but it certainly won t be the last The story was engrossing from page one and just got better and better I enjoyed, not just the story, but the resulting thought provoking question Are serial killers the product of nature or nurture Hmmmm.Everyone wants their vacation to be memorable, right Bad Games tells the story of the Lambert family whose journey to their Crescent Lake vacation destination starts off bad and becomes terrifyingly This is the first Jeff Menapace book I ve read but it certainly won t be the last The story was engrossing from page one and just got better and better I enjoyed, not just the story, but the resulting thought provoking question Are serial killers the product of nature or nurture Hmmmm.Everyone wants their vacation to be memorable, right Bad Games tells the story of the Lambert family whose journey to their Crescent Lake vacation destination starts off bad and becomes terrifyingly worse The family first encounters a strange man at gas station Later, they see his vehicle at a restaurant where he covertly approaches the six year old daughter and gives her a lollipop in exchange for her doll Other occurrences soon leave the parents feeling spooked and uncomfortable about continuing with their vacation plans Yet, before they have the opportunity to exercise sound judgment, the situation turns deadly Before long, the Lamberts come face to face with a pair of men who will make thei...

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    Warning_ Spoilers I absolutely loved this book It was filled with so much suspense and horror How horrific to think of what these 2 sons did to their father while going fishing This is indeed a morbid story It played out in my head like a horror flick you watch on a creepy night The murderous brothers were very wicked, foul diabolic that as I was reading I kept squirming on think what their next action would be Thanks Kerry for the recommendation of this book I am so glad I Warning_ Spoilers I absolutely loved this book It was filled with so much suspense and horror How horrific to think of what these 2 sons did to their father while going fishing This is indeed a morbid story It played out in my head like a horror flick you watch on a creepy night The murderous brothers were very wicked, foul diabolic that as I was reading I kept squirming on think what their next action would be Thanks Kerry for the r...

  5. says:

    This turned out to be a pretty good book It didn t start off great and I almost quit, but I m glad I kept reading It was suspenseful and graphic As far as horror thriller novels go it was quite unique and I really...

  6. says:

    Moderately entertaining but ultimately dopey tale of two brothers who get off on kidnapping and torturing their victims A mom, dad and two small children vacationing at an idyllic lake are the next intended victims It has its moments but it s way too inconsistent, with the adults being overly melodramatic or just plain dumb, the bad guys becoming cartoonish and the whole concept of nurture v nature going in a convenient and overwrought direction in the anti climactic confrontation The Moderately entertaining but ultimately dopey tale of two brothers who get off on kidnapping and torturing their victims A mom, dad and two small children vacationing at an idyllic lake are the next intended victims It has its moments but it s way too inconsistent, with the adults being overly melodramatic or just plain dumb, the bad guys becoming cartoonish and the whole concept of nurture v nature going in a convenient and overwrought direction in the anti ...

  7. says:

    Psychological thriller.Heart pounding great thriller Lambert family vacation at the Crescent lake, but lake is really square and evil brothers hunt there If you have plans vacationing on a secluded cabins after reading this book, you ll cancel it...

  8. says:

    Thought is was funny You got a sick sense of humor, man Jeff Menapace, Bad Games I try to express only my most honest opinion in a spoiler free way If you feel anything in my review is a spoiler and is not already hidden in spoiler brackets please let me know Thank you.4.5 starsPatrick, his wife Amy, and there two kids, Carrie age 6 and Caleb age 4, is on there way up to a nice cabin on Crescent Lake It was suppose to be a great getaway for the family, but they start running into weirdThought is was funny You got a sick sense of humor, man Jeff Menapace, Bad Games I try to express only my most honest opinion in a spoiler free way If you feel anything in my review is a spoiler and is not already hidden in spoiler brackets please let me know Thank you.4.5 starsPatrick, his wife Amy, and there two kids, Carrie age 6 and Caleb age 4, is on there way up to a nice cabin on Crescent Lake It was suppose to be a great getaway for the family, but they start running into weird people and strange things begin happening They soon find out they are a part of a game A terrifying, sick, horrific game A game where the only choices are, win or die.This book was so freaky It had me on the edge of my seat multiple times My nails are bi...

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Every fall, I go on a quest for spooky books, and this one popped up on a list The Audible reviews were great, and I stuck it out way longer than I would have because the narrarator, Gary Tiedemann, is truly fabulous.For me, the problem with this book is two fold The first is that the hero and heroine are truly too stupid to live In the first 90 minutes or so of the book and the first two days of their vacation , they a had an all too interested guy approach them at a gas station, b had Every fall, I go on a quest for spooky books, and this one popped up on a list The Audible reviews were great, and I stuck it out way longer than I would have because the narrarator, Gary Tiedemann, is truly fabulous.For me, the problem with this book is two fold The first is that the hero and heroine are truly too stupid to live In the first 90 minutes or so of the book and the first two days of their vacation , they a had an all too interested guy approach them at a gas station, b had that same guy approach their child to take her doll, c the wife is sexually harassed by another guy while she s at the grocery store, d the wife sees the same man looking through her bedroom window that night, and e they find a ...

  10. says:

    At first glance, it s easy to write off Jeff Menapace s debut novel as a literary version of Michael Haneke s film, Funny Games Aside from the similar titles, both creations deal with two young killers who enjoy taunting and tormenting their victims before going in for the kill Both works also feature a young family as the target of said killers But that s about where the similarities end Haneke s film is a post modern comment on violence and those who like to observe it Menapace s novel is At first glance, it s easy to write off Jeff Menapace s debut novel as a literary version of Michael Haneke s film, Funny Games Aside from the similar titles, both creations deal with two young killers who enjoy taunting and tormenting their victims before going in for the kill Both works also feature a young family as the target of said killers But that s about where the similarities end Haneke s film is a post modern comment on violence and those who like to observe it Menapace s novel isconcerned with exploring how people develop into serial killers, while still telling an accessible story.Early on, I was exceedingly entertained by Ba...

  11. says:

    5 STARSI ve been excited to read this novel for a while now and it didn t disappoint Bad Games is the first in a trilogy and, having finished the first, I m looking forward to reading the other two as well.Jeff Menapace does not hold back in this story Even though modern society and the amount of violence we are exposed to on a daily basis may numb us to some extent, there was a stage in this book where I had to put it down for a little while to digest the cruelty Yes, it will upset sensitive 5 STARSI ve been excited to read this novel for a while now and it didn t disappoint Bad Games is the first in a trilogy and, having finished the first, I m looking forward to reading the other two as well.Jeff Menapace does not hold back in this story Even though modern society and the amount of violence we are exposed to on a daily basis may numb us to some extent, there was a stage in this book where I had to put it down for a little while to digest the cruelty...

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