Black Melt

Black Melt

Black Melt A recovered meteorite from the heart of the Atlantic Ocean proves to be far interesting when extraterrestrial fungal life is found growing within Dr Madison Davis a medical mycologist is brought in

  • Title: Black Melt
  • Author: Indy McDaniel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A recovered meteorite from the heart of the Atlantic Ocean proves to be far interesting when extraterrestrial fungal life is found growing within Dr Madison Davis, a medical mycologist, is brought in as part of a team to investigate the new found life and determine what secrets it holds and what dangers it might present.Descending a quarter of a mile underground toA recovered meteorite from the heart of the Atlantic Ocean proves to be far interesting when extraterrestrial fungal life is found growing within Dr Madison Davis, a medical mycologist, is brought in as part of a team to investigate the new found life and determine what secrets it holds and what dangers it might present.Descending a quarter of a mile underground to a top secret research laboratory, Madison discovers that sometimes the smallest things can be the most deadly.

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    Good lord, the rating system makes you look like A Tremendous Asshole when you still think a book is okay. So in my own defense:I'm happy that my partner and I took a gamble and picked up this book at Indy's recommendation at this past Spooky Empire; I really, really am. For a NaNo and for a first novel effort, though, by no means is this book *bad*, but I definitely psyched myself up for a lot more content like the finale 50 pages of the book and found myself kind of blandly ingesting the firs [...]

    Vividly portrayed, cliched plot, competent writingVividly portrayed, cliched plot, competent writing. Interesting combination of healthy sex, relationship issues and horror. Felt rushed at the end.

    There! I can finally say I've gotten to read "Black Melt." The meaning of the title is now abundantly clear. ABUNDANTLY. First off, Indy McDaniel has long been one of my favorite authors in the horror community. I bought this book hoping for the kind of filthy, gore-splattered smut McDaniel portrays with such artistry. I was far from disappointed. All I can say is thank God for fictional characters' non-self-awareness; were the opposite true, the poor cast in an Indy McDaniel story would--after [...]

    Quick read that is quite smutty and disgusting. The author has some narrative skill, and tells a decent story of a scientist who finds herself in a meat grinder. Other than the fact that he made most of the characters possess a wit that is uncommon in world, not to mention the scientific community, and a familiarity that springs up from nowhere, this is a decent read. The last 10% of the book is what you are reading for, anyway, and it is delivered as advertised. Just a sick sequence of events t [...]

    Almost as ridiculous as the title makes it sound, but no more so than some other genre mash-ups I've seen, and organized in an unconventional way; however, also fun, imaginative, and well-written (other than the occasional typo). Robert Rodriguez, have you noticed this one yet? :)

    Different for meI was expecting something different from what I got but found that the story captured my interest and kept me reading

    SplatterI'm not totally sure I enjoyed this book - it definitely has multiple personalities and was more than a little disturbing, esp at the end - don't think I've grimaced so much reading something since Shaun Hutson's "Breeding Ground"

    I won't actually mark a rating as that would be ridiculously self-serving, but during the process of writing it and editing it, I sort of had to read it. Personally and trying to be as unbiased as possible, I think it turned out really good. I can't take all of the credit for it, as it wouldn't be nearly as good as it is now without the aid of the small crew of beta-readers I had. So official thanks go out to Britt, Kim, Bryce, Jeff, Stanfield, and anyone else I may be forgetting at the moment. [...]

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