Emily is tired of her life. In a dead end job that she hates and an employer who takes advantage of her, she dreams of a life away from the daily grind. Her life will take an unexpected turn, however when she is snatched from work and bundled into a van. She awakes later in the isolated Remington home, a place of death and violence where depravity and horror are the norm. Led by the fearsome Richard, the undisputed head of the household, Emily discovers that the Remington’s are organizing a very special birthday party and she is the guest of honor. When the birthday boy –the Remington’s seven foot tall hulk of a son appears, Emily realizes she is more than just a guest and their intentions for her are much more sinister. A tale of harrowing violence and tragedy, Monster reaches new depths of horror and cruelty as Emily fights for her life against a family which know nothing of remorse or compassion. As the story unfolds we discover that some men are born monsters, and others are made as a product of their upbringing.
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The best-selling author of Happy Ever After, Sick B*stards and The Cabin - Matt Shaw has written and published over fifty books since the age of 25. Shaw has started to turn his novels into film adaptations, starting with his first film Menu (a short film based upon a story of the same name).
Known primarily as a horror author who enjoys putting a sting in his tales, Matt Shaw has also penned fantasy books. His biggest success, away from horror, are the books 'im fine' and 'still fine'; the memoirs of an author living with depression