The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don’t Like Mondays by Bracken MacLeod is a tale that while short, it’s a non-stop rollercoaster ride that has loops of confusion and sudden drops of terror.
I snagged a copy of this right after #CoronaCon!
Let’s dive in to my quick review!
My Thoughts on The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don’t Like Mondays by Bracken MacLeod
When I first saw the title of this short story when looking up Mr MacLeod’s work while I was watching along Corona Con, I wrote it down immediately. I could not wait to snag a copy! I mean, what a title!?
I’m SO glad that I snagged this one. I read it immediately after purchasing the ebook.
The tale begins with snippets of dreams or nightmares that two individuals are having; one a mixture of scenes from everyday life that blend together, and one of an epic quest that isn’t going exactly as they had hoped.
But our third character, she’s not dreaming; she’s awake and there’s something very wrong. She’s chained to the floor of a basement along with two others, while one dead person is hanging from a hook…
How did they get into that situation? Who has locked them up? And will they escape?
That… you will have to find out for yourself!
My Favorite Passage from The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don’t Like Mondays
Fading into the shadows was worthless if you couldn’t keep yourself from screaming.
My Final Thoughts on The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don’t Like Mondays
I loved each and every second of this read! It was so suspenseful and so wonderfully written. I need to get my hands on more of this authors work ASAP!
If you enjoy tales that give you a bit of a Saw #1 vibe, but a bit less brutal, you’re going to love this! I highly recommend checking it out!
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Thanks for reading!