Read the country club members only by TimMiller Online

the-country-club-members-only

Deep in the heart of Texas sits The Country Club. At the Club, the super wealthy explore their deepest darkest fantasies and desires. Some of them are too horrific to imagine. Crystal is a blogger who investigates Texas Urban Legends. No one believes the Club actually exists. She sets out to expose the Club and their atrocities to the world. In her search, she finds the trDeep in the heart of Texas sits The Country Club. At the Club, the super wealthy explore their deepest darkest fantasies and desires. Some of them are too horrific to imagine. Crystal is a blogger who investigates Texas Urban Legends. No one believes the Club actually exists. She sets out to expose the Club and their atrocities to the world. In her search, she finds the truth is much worse than she could have ever imagined....

Title : the country club members only
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 22600780
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 123 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

the country club members only Reviews

  • Larry
    2019-03-05 05:50

    Another great read by Tim Miller

  • Mark Allen
    2019-03-18 05:04

    There is simply no getting around the fact that this borrows heavily from "Hostel," but hey, nothing new under the sun and all that jazz, right? What this book does much better than "Hostel" is get right down to the bloody business. No foreplay, no mucking about--we came here for literary torture-porn and that's what author Tim Miller gives us without teasing around the proverbial bush.Miller's stripped-down, no-frills, matter-of-fact style is put to good use here as he details the strap-'em-down-and-make-'em-bleed torments of the titular club. In fact, one scene in particular, involving a newborn baby, may be a gag-inducing deal-breaker for some readers. God knows that sequence is going to stick with me for awhile! That said, this is extreme horror, and lines are meant to be crossed, taboos violated, good taste thrown out the window along with the contents of the barf bucket. If you pick up a Tim Miller novel expecting something tame, prepare to have your expectations effed up seven ways from Sunday.Listen, Miller ain't for everybody. But if you can handle it raw and rough, he may just put a big ol' smile on your face ... or across your throat.

  • Dawn
    2019-02-26 09:06

    I enjoyed reading this; almost like a novella. Not for you if you don't take over the top gore well. After reading the reviews I think I will try another Tim Miller book

  • Cassie
    2019-03-13 12:55

    And a new record was set!“This place is where people like me get to fulfill their every dream, fantasy and desire. This is also a place where people like you will learn a new definition of pain and suffering like you never knew existed.”With The Country Club, Tim Miller broke his record with how far into the book he made me sick, TWO PERCENT!! New record! And that's a compliment, lol! The Country Club is like The Hostile, which if you liked that movie, you'll love the book. It has it's own great gory spin to it. Of course I love when the cattle prob is mentioned, I don't think it's a Tim Miller book if the Cattle Prob doesn't have a cameo in it. I'm really hoping Tim makes a sequel and gives us The Country Club 2... A girl can wish!

  • A.R.
    2019-03-22 07:02

    I prefer psychological horror over gore for gore's sake, which should be a last resort. That being said, I have no problem with gore, especially when it's over-the-top as in this book. The problems I had are that the indents aren't in the same place and there are too many grammar & syntax errors that should've been edited out, which give it an amateur feel. But the story and extreme horror were both pro, so success!In the credits I read that no author goes as far as Tim does. I don't really think that's true. Edward Lee can be pretty gross, and there's nothing I wouldn't resort to, but Tim's a new author to watch out for.

  • Aileen
    2019-03-12 13:07

    Very goodIf you liked Hostel, you're in for a treat. I wasn't sure if I would like this book but I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed it.

  • Cathy
    2019-03-03 07:48

    This is not just a horror story, this is all-out gore at it's most extreme. If you are even slightly squeamish, I suggest you sit this one out rather than leave unfair reviews complaining that this book was far too sick for your liking.Tim Miller is fast becoming one of my favourite writers. I was impressed with Hell, Texas and have proceeded to download every other title onto my Kindle. I am currently spoilt for choice. This particular story didn't let me down. It's true to say that there are a few typos dotted through the book, but you can see past them. Some of the plotlines were a little flimsy for my liking, some events were just a bit too coincidental and the characters were slightly flaky. However, all the negatives were overshadowed once I got into the thick of the book. The action was relentless and the twists kept on coming 'round every corner.Yes, it was very sick in parts, totally pushing-the-boundaries of decency shocking. Gore-hounds looking for a writer of the Laymon ilk will love this book.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-11 12:40

    Gruesome!!Wow, I was into this from the beginning. At first I began to compare it to the Hostel movies as there are some similarities. But this book can stand alone and apart. I found it even more terrifying. Crystal is a blogger who wants to uncover the Country Club. A supposedly private club for the rich and elite to live out their fantasies of killing and torture. She confines some friends to go with her when she gets a tip on where the club is located. What will happen then? Well you have to read to find out. Just let me say that it takes a lot to make my stomach turn. This book did it. What is truly scary, is how you can see how a place like this could come to be. Gruesome horror at its best! This is a must read!

  • Matthew Gregg
    2019-03-14 12:58

    Unoriginal but very well executedI love a good torture gore-fest from time to time so this short read was up my alley. If one takes the GIVEN away--the obvious sense of deja vu' of having read this kind of novel or seen this type of film before--this is crafted meticulously and there is little wasted/superfluous sections or even sentences. I liked the waynthe author described both the larger and smaller details and his semse of the human anatomy appears to be quite sound! Lol. Anyway, I enjoyed The Country Club. Nice job Tim Miller.

  • Cliff
    2019-03-06 12:42

    Tim Miller may quickly be becoming my new favorite author. I've now read this, in addition to Family Night, and Night of Vengeance. He continues to write dark horror. I really enjoy the dark imagination and twisted characters with graphic violence.I do feel that the way in which some characters came into the story was more of a stretch than in his other works. but I am thoroughly entertained and look forward to what his next work will be about. I like where he has been going with his recent bouts of creativity.

  • Sabine
    2019-03-17 10:01

    am not going to rate this book since I haven't finished it...I just couldn't! This is not my normal genre and even reading some of the reviews before I even started it I thought: well, how terrible can it really be? It's just a story! But no! There are some truly unspeakable things being done to women and they are described so well and lively that I just couldn't take any more.I am just not the audience the author is going for.

  • Juss Stinson
    2019-03-15 07:07

    For the horror fans out there who love a gruesome good ol' bloodbath of a read this is for you! There were even moments where my stomach churned in reaction! This author really knows his horror and the story is an easy one to follow and enjoy if you truly love horror. I'm so glad I found this author and am reading more by him for sure!

  • Pamela Sims
    2019-02-26 11:54

    I love Tim Miller's sick mind!I was in a serious book slump...but not anymore. Leave it to Tim Miller to drag me, kicking and screaming, back to my love of reading. Excellent storyline, I so hope there's a sequel.

  • Ryan Pacillo
    2019-03-18 05:41

    I really enjoyed this book.It was well written,had good characters and plenty of gore.

  • Trisha
    2019-02-20 06:03

    Tim Miller has definitely topped my list of horror authors after reading 2 of his novels. Your so sick and twisted...I LOVE IT!!!!!!

  • Paul Knerr
    2019-03-10 07:04

    Pretty Damn goodI really liked this book. I only wish that it was a little longer and didn't sum things up in just a few pages..

  • Topspin247
    2019-03-13 08:44

    Plot moved too fast without focus on characters. Too short. Could have developed the scene, backstory, and main characters a bit more.

  • Joe Hempel
    2019-02-20 11:47

    The Country Club is an old place, though no one knows quite how old. It houses the rich, the powerful, the political, and also greater secrets than anyone would imagine. It's here at the Country Club that for a price, you can do what you want to anyone you want, and walk away with your most primal instincts fulfilled.Torture, rape, death, anything, and I mean anything goes.The Country Club is so secretive, that nobody is even sure that it really exists, almost like an urban legend. One person, Crystal, a blogger, believes that it exists, gathers her friends Joel and Sophia, and what happens from there is one disgustingly terrifying trip.Now, you may be reading this and think to yourself, this sounds a lot like the movie Hostel, and you'd be right on. The premise of the club is EXACTLY like Hostel, which is not lost on the author as he makes mention of that in his book.The gore is also there, and in droves.If you have even the slightest bit of a weak stomach, stay far away from this.I'm going to mention this scene here in the review because I think this will either make or break your decision. There is a scene where one of the people cuts out a baby from a pregnant woman and then cooks the infant and feeds it to her. I myself almost stopped reading as I thought that was there only to make you squirm and didn't really add anything to the book.The violence is well written and it's incredibly sadistic, you have to be a special kind of someone to write something like this I would think. Although, if you see this book online, and you read the description, you pretty much know what you're going to be getting into.There were a couple things that didn't sit well with me however. The first thing is that the blogger, Crystal, and her friends Joel and Sophia had some of the most unrealistic dialogue I've ever seen. It felt very forced and very un-organic. Second, the actions of these characters towards the end do not match how they are in the beginning. Without trying to give everything away, with the exception of Joel (his actions make sense based on his character), they really become no better than the members of the club.The Bottom Line: If you can suspend your disbelief about the ending, then you will have a disgustingly wicked read on your hands. If you've ever really wanted to see what could possibly go on behind the scenes of the place in Hostel, this book could give you that insight. It's fairly thoughtful in how the place operates, and of course the gore, oh the gore! Keep a bucket near you.If the main trio of characters were written better, I could probably push this to 4 stars. I thought those were lacking in big ways, so I'm giving this a 3 star read. Not terrible, not great, right there in the mediocre slot.

  • Steven
    2019-03-05 05:49

    An interesting variation on the movie, Hostel. I enjoyed reading this, however, there were some problems. In the beginning, the receptionist at the club expresses surprise that Denny has brought a friend, but then says we have prepared the two rooms and two girls just as you specified---this seems contradictory. I cannot imagine Denny not making sure his friend would be cool with everything. The explanation that they did some insensitive things together and so Denny figured it would be okay with his friend to do things a thousand times worse was not sufficient. The characters and their relationships with each other should have been better set up. For instance, more scenes and interactions with Crystal and the computer guy as well as her friend Sophie, and between Denny and Caleb would have then given more meaning to what happens later on when the story progressed. Everything was too sketchy--the set up was lazy. Despite this, the story moved quickly, and was interesting so while there were flaws it was still a good read. Finally, exploitation of the so-called1%-ers as a group devoid of conscience, thoroughly exploitative, and in a national conspiracy is overdone, unrealistic, and obnoxious. Nothing is this black and white, nor are the class divisions this stark. I suppose villains are needed but I find myself weary of religious people and the rich always being painted as villains. No they are not, and no I am not a member of either group-- my opinion is not driven by a personal interest, just by what I believe is reality. I find such caricatures simplistic, irritating and unfair. I have read similar ones about other subgroups, and when painted in such monotones, the banality interferes with the story rather than enhancing it.

  • Stacy wilson
    2019-03-10 07:43

    When i started to read this book the first thing that popped into my head was the movie Hostel... I was wrong, this is so much better. I really didn't want to put this book down and could have quite easily gone awol from work. However this would prevent me from earning money to buy more books from this author. Found another awesome horror writer.

  • Kyle Atwood
    2019-03-11 08:49

    I had gotten the audiobook of this book and I must say, the only complaint I have about this book is that it was certainly predictable at times (not a bad thing, in my opinion) and that it should have been just a bit longer. Other than that, I LOVED this book.

  • Ebony
    2019-02-25 11:00

    Another CRAZY GOOD read from Tim Miller!!!I was not disappointed with this book. With nods to the movie - Hostel - The Country Club takes it's readers on a wild and crazy ride through the super secret world of the extremely rich and the poor unfortunate "cattle" that happen to meet there doom at the exclusive club. This book is definitely not lacking in story or gore!!! Tim Miller tells a story that reads like a movie and leaves his readers needing more when they reach the last page. I cannot wait to read the rest of this series and see what horrific delights Mr. Miller has in store for me ;-)If you are a fan of good story telling and lots of blood...this book will satisfy both of those needs. I highly recommend this book!!! Well Done Mr. Miller!!!

  • Lucas M
    2019-02-26 07:58

    Junior Laymon KillsI love Tim Miller. His books always deliver exactly what I'm looking for, including plenty of moments where I have to shake my head in amazement. He really does remind me of a cruder Richard Laymon, but in a good way. His books never get dull or monotonous. This is the third book by him that I've read ( the other two being the Hell, Texas books) and it was excellent. Yes, there are similarities to Hostel, but the idea works well in book form.I took a star off because it didn't measure up to the Hell, Texas books.I'm glad there are sequels and will continue to read Mr. Miller. That he reminds me of Laymon is the highest compliment I can offer. HIGHLY recommended.

  • Paul
    2019-03-01 06:40

    If you read an extreme horror book you are expecting to be shocked. You are expecting the author to take you on a journey where in your minds eye you see things that make you uncomfortable. I have read a number of extreme horrors now and Tim continues to deliver the most shocking and disturbing imagery that i have ever read. There is a scene in this story where you think "is he really going to go there?" yes he is and yes he does. If you want a shocking read wrapped around Tim's as always great writing give this a try.If you do read it, or you have read it, you will know the scene i am referring to.

  • Yvonne Evans
    2019-03-17 09:00

    This story kept me on the edge of my seat. I didn't know what was going to happen on page to the next, was cheering for Crystal,Sophia and Brett. I was stunned when I read the first chapter and then the story snowballed, I was warning them not Togo but try did not listen. When you read about everything going o in the country cub you just want them to destroy our and everyone associated with it. Loved this book. Great read. Is there another one? Hope so.

  • Kimberly
    2019-03-17 06:06

    Just awfulNo plot buildup, too much senseless gore, the baby scene was horrendous, too much mindless swearing, and awful grammar. Thankfully it only took me like two hours to read this and I can now move on with life. Very disappointed based upon the overall reviews. I would not recommend this to anyone.

  • Bonnie Racki
    2019-02-21 12:37

    No club that I would want to be a part ofReminded me of the movie Hostel but I think this book was more gory. If your not into gory and disturbing books then I definitely recommend you don't read this book.

  • Jessie
    2019-03-13 05:55

    Enjoyed this book. Loved the ending. Did remind me of the Hostel movies, which isn't a bad thing. Not sure why I love these kinds of books, but I do.

  • Laronza Wiley-moore
    2019-03-12 08:00

    As expectedIt was a good quick read . No surprises really it was exactly like you would think. But I would read more books from this author

  • RabbitReads
    2019-02-20 08:52

    If you're not in the mood for thinking. If you want blood, gore and unrealistic action. AND if typos don't bother you then this story is for you.