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The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club Or I Don't Like Mondays

(2015)
A Novella by

 
 
A new short story from Bracken MacLeod and the pages of Splatterpunk horrorzine.

The last thing basket case, Leslie, ever wanted to do was waste a Saturday in detention with a jock, a princess, a geek, and a rocker... until she found herself shackled to the floor of a dungeon with all of them instead. Now, if they can't find a way to put aside their differences and band together, they'll die together instead. "The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don't Like Mondays" is Bracken MacLeod's love letter to both the survival horror and teen coming-of-age dramas of the 70s and 80s.

Five strangers with nothing in common, except their chains.

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REVIEWS:

"Bracken MacLeod's The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club, or I Don't Like Mondays is a hilarious homage to those films of the 1980's where the jock the rebel and high school sweetheart come together to overcome some nasty head teacher or some such thing. Funny and brutal in equal measures this is the standout story for me." -- Jim McLeod at The Ginger Nuts of Horror

"'The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club, or I Don't Like Mondays,' by Bracken MacLeod (author of Mountain Home and White Knight), is probably exactly what you think it is. Take the idea of the characters from The Breakfast Club, throw them in a torture dungeon reminiscent of something Leatherface might have if he was well-off and lived in suburbia, and you're on your way to where this brutal and funny story wants to take you. MacLeod knows his stuff, and he manages to paint vivid pictures of these high-school stereotypes, vivid enough to not make you picture Molly Ringwald and company, and then he destroys them, both emotionally and physically... . This is fun stuff." -- horrornews.net

"The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don't Like Mondays by Bracken MacLeod, whose Mountain Home I enjoyed immensely last year, is a killer piece that borrows from above said movies giving us a handful of survivors who find themselves in a Saw like situation. The only way to escape their captor is to turn the tables. Witty and nail biting, this is a clear favourite for me." -- Nathan Robinson at Snakebite Reviews

Genre: Horror

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April 2015 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition
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Title: The Texas Chainsaw Breakfast Club or I Don't Like Mondays
Author(s): Bracken MacLeod
Publisher: An Adversary Publications
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