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Pam Wilkins hates her life. She doesn’t have much going for her. Her boyfriend beats her, she looks like the back end of a bus and she’s skint. To top it all off, she cleans up other people's sh*t for a living. While she’s at work scrubbing a toilet, a Djinn appears in a puff of smoke and grants her six wishes. All she has to do make her dreams come true is commit the most Pam Wilkins hates her life. She doesn’t have much going for her. Her boyfriend beats her, she looks like the back end of a bus and she’s skint. To top it all off, she cleans up other people's sh*t for a living. While she’s at work scrubbing a toilet, a Djinn appears in a puff of smoke and grants her six wishes. All she has to do make her dreams come true is commit the most heinous, atrocious acts imaginable. Six wishes for six atrocities. It’s a no-brainer. Pam will do ANYTHING to get what she wants. But she soon discovers that the price she must pay is far higher than she ever imagined... WARNING FROM THE AUTHOR: This book is offensive. It is not intended for readers of a sensitive disposition. It is hardcore splatterpunk with lashings of violence, sex and gore.


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Pam Wilkins hates her life. She doesn’t have much going for her. Her boyfriend beats her, she looks like the back end of a bus and she’s skint. To top it all off, she cleans up other people's sh*t for a living. While she’s at work scrubbing a toilet, a Djinn appears in a puff of smoke and grants her six wishes. All she has to do make her dreams come true is commit the most Pam Wilkins hates her life. She doesn’t have much going for her. Her boyfriend beats her, she looks like the back end of a bus and she’s skint. To top it all off, she cleans up other people's sh*t for a living. While she’s at work scrubbing a toilet, a Djinn appears in a puff of smoke and grants her six wishes. All she has to do make her dreams come true is commit the most heinous, atrocious acts imaginable. Six wishes for six atrocities. It’s a no-brainer. Pam will do ANYTHING to get what she wants. But she soon discovers that the price she must pay is far higher than she ever imagined... WARNING FROM THE AUTHOR: This book is offensive. It is not intended for readers of a sensitive disposition. It is hardcore splatterpunk with lashings of violence, sex and gore.

30 review for Djinn: An Extreme Horror Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Marie

    Heed the warnings on this book as it is a very extreme book! Lots of gore, torture, and lots of gag reflexes throughout the whole book. It takes a lot to gross me out, but this book did just that as it was the grossest horror book I have ever read. The story revolves around Pam, a woman that her whole life she has lived in hard times and for a living she cleans bathrooms. She finds a genie lamp on the floor of one her job bathrooms, rubs it and is very surprised when an actual genie pops out. He Heed the warnings on this book as it is a very extreme book! Lots of gore, torture, and lots of gag reflexes throughout the whole book. It takes a lot to gross me out, but this book did just that as it was the grossest horror book I have ever read. The story revolves around Pam, a woman that her whole life she has lived in hard times and for a living she cleans bathrooms. She finds a genie lamp on the floor of one her job bathrooms, rubs it and is very surprised when an actual genie pops out. He tells her that he will grant her six wishes, but she has to complete six tasks to be able to have each wish. What she doesn't know is that the tasks she has to do are some of the most vilest things she has ever done, but if she wants her wishes granted then she will either have to do them or pay the consequences herself. This book was filled with some of the most extreme situations I have ever read and believe me I have read some splatterpunk books, but they were nothing like this book. I was able to get through the book in about three hours as I couldn't put it down though at times I wanted to put it down as I didn't know if I would be able to get through it without that "gag reflex". Thankfully, I didn't eat anything before going to bed! Giving this book four stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angel Gelique

    “...I can make you happy. I can make you beautiful. I can make you rich. Whatever you want.” Imagine getting the opportunity to have everything your heart desires? How much is it worth? Your soul? Your dignity? Pam Wilkins' life is pretty deplorable. She's neither attractive nor financially secure. Her boyfriend assaults her constantly--both physically and sexually. She hates her job, cleaning up other people's crap--literally. Naturally, when a djinn appears before her one day and offers six “...I can make you happy. I can make you beautiful. I can make you rich. Whatever you want.” Imagine getting the opportunity to have everything your heart desires? How much is it worth? Your soul? Your dignity? Pam Wilkins' life is pretty deplorable. She's neither attractive nor financially secure. Her boyfriend assaults her constantly--both physically and sexually. She hates her job, cleaning up other people's crap--literally. Naturally, when a djinn appears before her one day and offers six wishes, she jumps at the chance to transform her life. All she has to do is perform a number of tasks. These tasks are tough, though. But so is Pam. She's willing to do whatever it takes to get what she wants. She's not about to let anything stand in her way. And her life is about to change in ways she can't begin to imagine. I love extreme horror. In my opinion, the more horrifically depraved, the better. I've read a lot of stories that most people would find offensive. I don't shy away from gore and I don't cringe when it comes to material the average person would deem repulsive. Kudos to West for being one in a handful of authors who have ever made me gag over their brilliantly warped depictions of human indecency and debauchery. The scenes within this book are seriously foul, vile, sick and twisted. The pages ooze stomach-churning nastiness. In other words, this is one *awesome* book. I think it's great when authors aren't afraid to pull readers out of their comfort zone. This book will surely test even those with steel constitutions. The story is well-written and imaginative. Pam is a mess--definitely not a very likeable character but you can't help but sympathize. She's just desperate and trying to improve her life. It's a great, engrossing story that will make you stop and think about just how far you'd go to attain the perfect life. The twist at the end was great, too.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gary

    This novella was a nice interlude for me between more serious novels (or some not so serious). It was extreme in the manner of Kayla and the Devil. Pam, the questionable protagonist, finds a genie lamp which agrees to give her six wishes if she follows the increasingly bizarre, degrading and extreme demands of the genie. If she fails in any of the demands, she loses all of the wishes including those she has already been granted in addition to losing her soul. I know, it sounds trite and overdone This novella was a nice interlude for me between more serious novels (or some not so serious). It was extreme in the manner of Kayla and the Devil. Pam, the questionable protagonist, finds a genie lamp which agrees to give her six wishes if she follows the increasingly bizarre, degrading and extreme demands of the genie. If she fails in any of the demands, she loses all of the wishes including those she has already been granted in addition to losing her soul. I know, it sounds trite and overdone, but it's not. The story moves along rapidly and I read it in two sittings. While not high quality literary fiction, it is and fun and disturbing romp through the nastier sides of human nature. I wanted to see what would happen to Pam and what the next requirement would be. Unlike other reviewers, I found the ending to be surprising. I was trying to guess what the conclusion would be and I was way off target. I would recommend this to anyone not bothered by things they probably should be bothered by. the story is entertaining, the characters interesting, and the plot is increasingly disgusting. There are several times I am sure I made a disgusted face while reading and I thought myself immune.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cindi

    Full review can be found at - What would you do if you lived a miserable life and was suddenly offered six wishes to make all your dreams come true? You could have beauty and more money than you could ever dream of. You could finally walk away from your loser boyfriend, who only uses you for a hole and a punching bag. You could walk away from having to work several jobs just to keep said loser boyfriend in beer and snacks. You could have it all. Would you do it? Even if the chance to do so in Full review can be found at - What would you do if you lived a miserable life and was suddenly offered six wishes to make all your dreams come true? You could have beauty and more money than you could ever dream of. You could finally walk away from your loser boyfriend, who only uses you for a hole and a punching bag. You could walk away from having to work several jobs just to keep said loser boyfriend in beer and snacks. You could have it all. Would you do it? Even if the chance to do so involved doing things so horrific that they would make the worst horror/slasher film seem like a Disney movie? Or would you give up the chance to have all your dreams come true and stay with the dead-end jobs and boyfriend who gets off on beating you? Pam Wilkins was given that choice. Perform six tasks and receive six wishes. The tasks? So horrific that most would immediately say no, regardless of what completing those tasks would offer in the long run. Not Pam. She was willing to do anything and everything, regardless of what it entailed. I have to stress that this book is EXTREMELY disturbing and will not be for anyone who is even remotely sensitive. Some of the tasks are so bad that I, who can read pretty much anything, got grossed out more than once. If you go to read it, heed the warnings in the blurb and make sure this is the type of book you can handle. Overall, a very good book. Disturbing, yes, but extremely well written. I will definitely be reading more by this author. This book was provided by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Brainycat

    Brainycat's 5 "B"s: **Intentionally Left Blank** blood: boobs: bombs: bondage: blasphemy: Bechdel Test: Deggan's Rule: Gay Bechdel Test: Please note: I don't review to provide synopses, I review to share a purely visceral reaction to books and perhaps answer some of the questions I ask when I'm contemplating investing time and money into a book. I left my "5Bs" blank because I didn't read enough of the book to make a valid score. I made it about 12% into this book before I gave up. Not because it wa Brainycat's 5 "B"s: **Intentionally Left Blank** blood: boobs: bombs: bondage: blasphemy: Bechdel Test: Deggan's Rule: Gay Bechdel Test: Please note: I don't review to provide synopses, I review to share a purely visceral reaction to books and perhaps answer some of the questions I ask when I'm contemplating investing time and money into a book. I left my "5Bs" blank because I didn't read enough of the book to make a valid score. I made it about 12% into this book before I gave up. Not because it was too "extreme" or "graphic", but because it just wasn't written very well. I'm all about the splatterpunk - I don't even blink an eye at Edward Lee - and I took a chance on this at amazon when I saw the 3.6 average review at GR. I'm glad I didn't pay very much for it. The content wasn't the problem. The problem is the writing. All of the sentences looked the same. All of the dialogue sounded the same. The author didn't show me anything. The author only told me things. The main character was boring. And she was predictable. I knew what was going to happen to her after her first "test". There's just too many good books that are crafted by wordsmiths rather than written by content producers and lovingly edited by professionals that are advocating on the reader's behalf to spend time on books that are substandard. I do hope this author continues to refine his craft, the world needs more splatterpunk and I'm sure he has important stories to tell, but until he's better at telling them I'm going to spend my scant reading time on books that are produced to a higher caliber.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Mylene

    This was too awesome! This is why I love the likes of Sam West. This was reminiscent of how much fun I had reading Richard Laymon novels, but even NASTIER! Be prepared though, as there are some scenes that are SO depraved and disgusting that I caught myself actually holding back a mouthful of bile. Mixed in with the nauseating scenes, was a fantastic narrative with a tremendous main character who is such a bimbette. Her self-deprecating attitude, and her utter lack of luck will have you laughing This was too awesome! This is why I love the likes of Sam West. This was reminiscent of how much fun I had reading Richard Laymon novels, but even NASTIER! Be prepared though, as there are some scenes that are SO depraved and disgusting that I caught myself actually holding back a mouthful of bile. Mixed in with the nauseating scenes, was a fantastic narrative with a tremendous main character who is such a bimbette. Her self-deprecating attitude, and her utter lack of luck will have you laughing and rooting for her at the same time. WHATEVER CAN GO WRONG, WILL GO WRONG is the motto of this story. Read it and you’ll have a ball!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alexandria

    Not for the sensitive stomach. LOL! Enjoy!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Krisaundra

    Not Your Typical Horror Story If you're looking for an edge of your seat, suspense and gore fest kind of horror novel then this is not the book to get. If you're looking for a book that focuses more on the gross out factor based on things related to disgusting hygiene and body functions, not unlike an extreme form of what's often referred to as "potty humour", such as an exceptionally in depth description of drinking out of a toilet bowl that has feces floating in it, then grab this book. Person Not Your Typical Horror Story If you're looking for an edge of your seat, suspense and gore fest kind of horror novel then this is not the book to get. If you're looking for a book that focuses more on the gross out factor based on things related to disgusting hygiene and body functions, not unlike an extreme form of what's often referred to as "potty humour", such as an exceptionally in depth description of drinking out of a toilet bowl that has feces floating in it, then grab this book. Personally I found the so called horror portions of this book to be absolutely disgusting, but not in the blood and guts kind of horror that I would enjoy. The story had a great concept and this author can definitely write well, painting a picture with words incredibly well, thus the three stars. If only his concept of horror and mine were in the same ballpark because then I would go looking for more of his books to read. However I prefer horror that leaves me feeling scared, anxious, maybe even wanting a light left on. Instead I got gross visuals that all seemed to revolve around disgusting non-hygiene in exceptional descriptions that didn't horrify me as much as it just plain made me sick with disgust. As for the warning that this isn't a book for those easily offended, I am someone who is very hard to offend, or even disgust. My career has exposed me to the worst, the ugliest, and the some of the most depraved, and even physically disgusting people one can encounter, and while it can make a hard day of work harder, this book takes those experiences to a whole new level, and not in a good way. I'm sure there are readers who may enjoy this type of gross out "horror" but to me it's not actually horror it's just plain disgusting.

  9. 4 out of 5

    miss claire oliver

    Just wow !! What a brilliant story line, read a few by this author but this is my favourite by far. Must admit my stomach was churning at the explicit details and kept thinking WTF am I reading ! Just totally Fab and totally Sick !! Well done Sam West 😈😈

  10. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Relentlessly brutal right up to the very end! Awesome!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Carr

    Loved This book is amazing. Bloody and full of gore. Good story. Nice interesting twist on the Chubb story. 10 out of 10

  12. 4 out of 5

    Wandering Reader

    Where to begin? I will just type stream of consciousness about my feelings having reading this book. The vividness of the writing took me right there front row, center seat for the entire, sordid, sick story. At a certain point, I had to dare myself to finish this book. It was sooo disturbing. I read and enjoy several genres but have NEVER read anything like this. I am thinking this must be some little known subculture genre for extremely graphic sick shit reading enthusiasts. SPLATTERPUNK!!!! I Where to begin? I will just type stream of consciousness about my feelings having reading this book. The vividness of the writing took me right there front row, center seat for the entire, sordid, sick story. At a certain point, I had to dare myself to finish this book. It was sooo disturbing. I read and enjoy several genres but have NEVER read anything like this. I am thinking this must be some little known subculture genre for extremely graphic sick shit reading enthusiasts. SPLATTERPUNK!!!! I just looked it up using Google and found the following definition http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splatter... Splatterpunk—a term coined in 1986 by David J. Schow at the Twelfth World Fantasy Convention in Providence, Rhode Island—refers to a movement within horror fiction distinguished by its graphic, often gory, depiction of violence and "hyperintensive horror with no limits." I now recall seeing a couple of reviews mention this word, but it must not have registered or made sense to me when I bought the book what I was signing myself up for. I thought this was going to be a HORROR read, I mean it’s Halloween, I wanted a good scare, not … SPLATTERPUNK horror. I don’t even know as I type this how I’ll go about rating this book, I did not enjoy it and it’s not my usual fare. I’ll have to reevaluate my entire rating criteria. Vivid descriptions of events = 5.00 stars Believable characters = 4.00 stars Subject matter = 1.00 star Misogyny/Misandry plot events = 1.00 star Sex scene ratings = 1.00 star Horror = 4.00 stars Bizarreness = 5.00 stars Ending wrap up = 5.00 stars Author’s creativity (or insanity) = 5.00 stars Serious creep factor = 5.00 stars Total gross out factor = 5.00 stars Averaged to 3.73 SPLATTERPUNK stars rounded up to 4.00 stars I won’t attempt to recap the disturbing twists and turns of this sick, incredibly sordid, evilly sadistic, misogynistic/misandris story, but know that the ending was very satisfying (not only because this disturbing ride was over) but because the wrap up was the horror story I was originally looking for.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Dan Williams

    Derivative but entertaining Mr West wears his inspirations on his proverbial sleeve and they are ever so obvious in this short novella. I did enjoy the nods to American Psycho and others. There are some similarities between this book and Edward Lee's Going Monstering that are both delightfully foul and wonderfully depraved. Unfortunately, the Djinn is so painfully dull a character that it detracts from an otherwise solid story. My only other serious complaint is that it is very short and the endi Derivative but entertaining Mr West wears his inspirations on his proverbial sleeve and they are ever so obvious in this short novella. I did enjoy the nods to American Psycho and others. There are some similarities between this book and Edward Lee's Going Monstering that are both delightfully foul and wonderfully depraved. Unfortunately, the Djinn is so painfully dull a character that it detracts from an otherwise solid story. My only other serious complaint is that it is very short and the ending is abrupt and thin. This is my second West novella and there is such a marked level of improvement over the other that I feel obligated to read further works of his. I would recommend this story for fans of Lee's less user-friendly novels and those seeking truly uninhibited storytelling. West is someone to look out for if he ever writes a complete novel of original material.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Rose

    It makes such a nice change to read a horror story with actual horror:) I regularly pick up books claimed as "terrifying" "gruesome" and featured on book snob type lists of horror novels. I'm disappointed 98% of the time, usually the bigger the author, the more likely it is to disappoint, like Clive Barker and Peter Straub. This did not disappoint. I've read a few of Matt Shaw`s stories lately and I've liked them all. Not for the squeamish or faint hearted, but those who like proper pyscho tales It makes such a nice change to read a horror story with actual horror:) I regularly pick up books claimed as "terrifying" "gruesome" and featured on book snob type lists of horror novels. I'm disappointed 98% of the time, usually the bigger the author, the more likely it is to disappoint, like Clive Barker and Peter Straub. This did not disappoint. I've read a few of Matt Shaw`s stories lately and I've liked them all. Not for the squeamish or faint hearted, but those who like proper pyscho tales should read him. These are the book equivalent of grindhouse movies. You either like that s$#!t or you don't. This is basically a hideous New twist on the Aladdin theme.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Allan

    I literally found myself gagging numerous times reading this book. It wasn't from the horror aspect it was from the routinely eating of fesces ect. and in great detail. As far as the story goes? Well it's revenge and lots of sex with unwashed males with rectal issues. Homeless men and young men that need to rape. I don't know, extreme horror it is not. Extreme gross is what it is and I love horror and think Richard Laymon is tame., so that should say a lot.

  16. 5 out of 5

    A.R.

    This is a great new author who holds nothing back. His story idea, characters, the story arc, and the pacing were unbelievable. I was captivated from the start. Some of the events in this novella were gross, but that's the point of horror, isn't it? I just wish he wrote novels. I gave his other titles a look, and they're all novellas. But not everybody has it for full-length books. Nothing to be ashamed of; Lovecraft and Poe didn't.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Douglas Castagna

    There was too much gross out and not enough story. I am all for gross out, some of my favorite authors go for the gross out in all of their work however they provide story as well. There was enough story in Djinn for me to keep reading despite the repetitive scenes of debauchery and scatology. I think this could have been a good horror novel instead of a cheap nasty read. I guess I am torn because there are about as many things I did not like with Djinn that I liked. Very disappointing.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Annie

    Bloody hell! Read in a few hours. Proper horror. Was scary, was sick, was really sick. I cringed , chewed my fingers. Page turning horror. U like extreme horror-read this! But saying that I did enjoy readin it...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kandi Branson

    Not your average Jeanie in a lamp Very graphic, and grotesque, but went completely with storyline. Big twist at the end. Had some idea it wouldn't turn out in her favor, but was really caught off guard by the ending. Good book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Steven

    To have a wishes granted by the Djinn, a woman must do horrific tasks. Although her tasks were horrific, they were not original in content or presentation. Still, I enjoyed it, and the ending had a twist.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dixie

    what a ride! it was really good. I found myself making faces at some things but loved the horror

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tamara Greene

    Good This is the second book I've read by you and I loved them especially this book Pam had self-esteem issues but she should've known everything comes with a price

  23. 4 out of 5

    Drew Wheeler

    This book delivers on all the extreme horror fronts. Brief, brutal, and disgusting; all meant as compliments.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    This book is way out there.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dennis A. Gilland

  26. 4 out of 5

    KAtzzzz

  27. 5 out of 5

    victoria

  28. 5 out of 5

    Russ

  29. 4 out of 5

    Josh Worden

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jerome Scott

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