The sequel to Sick B stardsWARNING THIS IS AN EXTREME HORROR NOVEL There is gore There is bad language There are scenes of a sexual nature But hidden underneath it all is also a chilling story Please do not purchase this book if you are easily shocked, disgusted or offended This book is not for youHome truths pave the way for a journey of self discovery and revenge in the direct sequel to Matt Shaw s Sick Bastards


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  1. Paul Nelson Paul Nelson says:

    SickER B stards is of course the follow up to Sick B stards and serves, I guess as a prelude to Rotting Dead F cks The story resumes immediately where book one finishes Son or Brother is back after his foray into the real world, with slightly different opinions and aspirations He wants them all to remain where they are, sex with sister is getting better, trying different things, won t go there but it s certainly entertaining It s all good but for one troubling topic Food and the lack of it, SickER B stards is of course the follow up to Sick B stards and serves, I guess as a prelude to Rotting Dead F cks The story resumes immediately where book one finishes Son or Brother is back after his foray into the real world, with slightly different opinions and aspirations He wants them all to remain where they are, sex with sister is getting better, trying different things, won t go there but it s certainly entertaining It s all good but for one troubling topic Food and the lack of it, novisitors to eat and that s worrying for our family Father wants to take the car and leave, explore what is out there in the world and things are about to take a turn for the worse Son or Brother knows what s out there, he s the only one who does but he can t force them to stay So he s going to have to tag along Interspersed with chapters of his life before everything changed, we see what got him into his current predicament and the returning memories of his real family, what became of them Only now he s changed, he s capable of murder without a second thought and his mentality has succumbed to killing with no reprisal Eating victims is a normal part of the day It s a different life now and it s fascinating to see the old and the new worlds collide in suitably horrific fashion.A 3.5 rating.Also posted at


  2. Kat Desi Kat Desi says:

    Direct sequel to Sick Bastards Son Brother is back with Father, Mother, and Sister but food is so scarce they are determined to leave the house Son tried to convince them to stay, but not without Sister, and so they leave.Matt Shaw is very unapologetic with each book he writes which I really admire It takes guts to write something so twisted and disgusting like this and sell it I thought the first book was bad in a good way but this is indeed sickER and withtwists I did not enjoy th Direct sequel to Sick Bastards Son Brother is back with Father, Mother, and Sister but food is so scarce they are determined to leave the house Son tried to convince them to stay, but not without Sister, and so they leave.Matt Shaw is very unapologetic with each book he writes which I really admire It takes guts to write something so twisted and disgusting like this and sell it I thought the first book was bad in a good way but this is indeed sickER and withtwists I did not enjoy this given the contents of this book, but damned if I tried to stop reading it Matt Shaw is fast becoming at the top of my list for must read horror and I would most definitely recommend him to anyone Oh, and the ending Sh t And keep in mind that the series is meant to be read in order


  3. Andrew Lennon Andrew Lennon says:

    I Really enjoyed that Firstly I would like to say that I did the audio book version of this that I was lucky to win in a recent competition The only audio books I ve read previously have been Librivox, so they re all I can compare it to I am happy to say that the narration in this surpassed anything I ve listened to before.With regards to the story The predecessor Sick B stards Being honest I thought that book was just ok I can see why other people liked it so much, but I m not so easily I Really enjoyed that Firstly I would like to say that I did the audio book version of this that I was lucky to win in a recent competition The only audio books I ve read previously have been Librivox, so they re all I can compare it to I am happy to say that the narration in this surpassed anything I ve listened to before.With regards to the story The predecessor Sick B stards Being honest I thought that book was just ok I can see why other people liked it so much, but I m not so easily shocked and for me the first in the series hadshock than story.This story however was very, very good It surpassed the first one by a long shot It still had all of that shock factor I actually cringed at the last ten minutes but it also had a very good story line It gave a very in depth back story in which we get to know the protagonist a lot better I actually felt quite bad for him in parts.Heed the warning Do not read if you are easily disturbed However if you like that sort of stuff Then I m sure you ll love this I m aware that there is a third in the series A short story Sickest B stards After reading this one I will definitely be checking that out.All reviews can be found at


  4. Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews) Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews) says:

    This picks up exactly where Sick B stards finished Brother is back home and is having conflicting feelings about everything owing to his memories resurfacing Eventually, after Father insists they leave to find other survivors, he tells the Family what really happened This does not go down well, and Father storms off Can Brother find a happy ending with his real family or is he destined to live the life he has been for the last few months.This is typical of a Matt Shaw book, he has the abilit This picks up exactly where Sick B stards finished Brother is back home and is having conflicting feelings about everything owing to his memories resurfacing Eventually, after Father insists they leave to find other survivors, he tells the Family what really happened This does not go down well, and Father storms off Can Brother find a happy ending with his real family or is he destined to live the life he has been for the last few months.This is typical of a Matt Shaw book, he has the ability to drop you in the middle of the action, make you feel about the characters and then whack you round the chops with a twister of an ending This was full of gore, and sex and I loved it If this sort of thing is not for you, then I advise you walk away now If you DO like that sort of thing, and you like Matt Shaw s books in general then come in, you will not be disappointed


  5. Cathy Cathy says:

    Matt Shaw has managed to outdo himself again Sick B astards pushed pretty much every single boundary However the sequel, sickER B astards multiplies that by ten We are reacquainted with the family from the first book and resume where we left off, but with a much darker andshocking turn of events The ending left me reeling despite all that had come before The characters are amazingly vivid and, as in real life, the events that they have encountered have a major effect on their personali Matt Shaw has managed to outdo himself again Sick B astards pushed pretty much every single boundary However the sequel, sickER B astards multiplies that by ten We are reacquainted with the family from the first book and resume where we left off, but with a much darker andshocking turn of events The ending left me reeling despite all that had come before The characters are amazingly vivid and, as in real life, the events that they have encountered have a major effect on their personalities and the reader will find themselves constantly switching allegiance.The sex is in abundance dirty and depraved sex which will leave you feelingwrung out than turned on Definitely not for the wimpish or squeamish


  6. Valerie Sparkle Valerie Sparkle says:

    Well what can I say This author never fails to shock me I know it s called sickER B stards and he did say it would be sicker,but damn it was still sicker than I expected I actually feel a little dirty after reading that one I must admit I liked it though It was the perfect ending to one of this author s best stories.


  7. Amit Amit says:

    Sicker Bastards in my opinion evensicker than the Sick Bastard book This sequel of that tale didn t match the fact I was looking for which could be solved Don t know where to starts But want to get to the point exactly SPOILER ALERT The story keep flowing as it ended in the previous book The family has no knowledge about themselves as they one day find themselves woke up They apparently been assembled as part of a government experiment While waking up they found themselves Sicker Bastards in my opinion evensicker than the Sick Bastard book This sequel of that tale didn t match the fact I was looking for which could be solved Don t know where to starts But want to get to the point exactly SPOILER ALERT The story keep flowing as it ended in the previous book The family has no knowledge about themselves as they one day find themselves woke up They apparently been assembled as part of a government experiment While waking up they found themselves extremely horny It s maybe the cause of the drug cocktail that the government used to dose this family s drinking water The story leapt on This time the father wants to explore the outside to find out what s really there The brother of this family becameviolent as he didn t give any moral to any of his family members But even doing all this sin activities, he got himself a steady character of himself He even find out the family he s being with was not actually his real family They are fake The author in this tale creates the time in back and forth detailing Between current time, and the before time Didn t like the finish though, I was hoping the brother knows everything clearly and become normal


  8. Tanner Ashley Tanner Ashley says:

    Ending of story was made me near vomit Fook you


  9. Dez Nemec Dez Nemec says:

    The follow up to Sick B stards, this book had plenty of gore, sex and nastiness I just don t think the story was as good as the first The end did mess me up a bit though


  10. Glenn Conley Glenn Conley says:

    This book tries really hard to be sick and twisted And it fails miserably I ve read sick and twisted, and this is not it, not by a long shot But the author does try very hard He s just not good at it.The story begins with the family eating human flesh As the son feasts on said flesh, he can t help but wonder what it would taste like, being eaten out of his sister s vagina See He s trying really hard, this Matt Shaw The son even acts out that fantasy with his sister, a few pages later This book tries really hard to be sick and twisted And it fails miserably I ve read sick and twisted, and this is not it, not by a long shot But the author does try very hard He s just not good at it.The story begins with the family eating human flesh As the son feasts on said flesh, he can t help but wonder what it would taste like, being eaten out of his sister s vagina See He s trying really hard, this Matt Shaw The son even acts out that fantasy with his sister, a few pages later And yes, if that was in fact his sister, that would be a bit twisted, I admit But spoiler alert she s not his sister.This family has apparently been assembled as part of a government experiment, or something They all woke up in that house, not knowing who they were They also woke up extremely horny Supposedly, because of the drug cocktail that the government used to dose this family s drinking water So there s incestious fucking going on all bloody day Good times But again, it s not really incestious.The book cuts back and forth, between current time, and the before time Before the son got in this situation Back when he was living in his mom s basement I saw many opportunities for the author to make it clear that this so called family the son is currently involved with is in fact, his real family.That would have been cool I mean the only reason he s really fucking his fake sister and mother is that he knows they are fake He s been to the military base He knows the truth So, if his memories finally did come flooding back, and he slowly realises that he s humping his dead real mom s corpse That would have been some good story telling right there But noooooooooo.So the problem with this book is really the fact that I m writing a better story in my head while reading this pile of shit That s not my job, goddamnit It s the author s fucking job So get it right next time, you stupid cunt