Horror movie starlet Clarissa Lee is beautiful, internationally known, and completely broke.
To cap off years of questionable financial and personal decisions, Clarissa accepts an invitation to participate in a "fully immersive" fan convention. She arrives at an off-season summer camp and finds what was supposed to be a quick buck has become a real-life slasher movie.
Deep in the woods of Kentucky with a supporting cast of B-level celebrities, Clarissa must fight to survive the deadly game that the con's organizers have rigged against her.
A demented, funny, bloody, and strangely poignant horror novel from the acclaimed author of Tribesmen, Zero Lives Remaining, and Mercy House.
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A hilariously twisted take on Fan Cons.
- Steve H. Caldwell
A new kind of horror con.
This could happen
The blending of a horror con with a slasher movie.
Joe breaths life into Adam Ceasar's words.
Keith Lumbra who gets caught up in something he never wanted to be a part of
Keith Lumbra is a filmmaker, if you can call titles like Teenage Cumsluts in Torturland film. He's on his way back from a horror con where he was selling his wares when he gets pulled over by the cops, or at least he thinks they're cops.
Rory and Teeks are putting together a completely new form of con. Where, instead of having fans line up to get their pictures taken with their favorite horror actors, a limited number of fans, who pay top dollar, would get to interact with a select group of B through D list celebrities at a camp where a slasher is taking them out one by one.
On the surface, it sounds like a really cool idea, but believe me, the talent has no idea what they're in for.
It was tough writing that synopsis without dropping spoilers left and right. I've probably said to much as it is.
The writing in The Con Season is crisp and the pacing is excellent. There was a brief disconnect for me between the story's opening and where things come together with the setting up of this new interactive, high-end, horror con, but in the end Adam Cesare delivers a uniquely original tale.
- Frank Errington