Bad Billy

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Bad Billy

Bad Billy Bad Billy has spent his entire life in Mama s basement When the chains break free and he escapes into the world he must learn the difference between being a monster and a human being It s going to be

  • Title: Bad Billy
  • Author: Jimmy Pudge
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Bad Billy has spent his entire life in Mama s basement When the chains break free and he escapes into the world, he must learn the difference between being a monster and a human being.It s going to be a bloody education.

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    One thought on “Bad Billy

    1. Karl Wiggins on said:

      Well. What just happened? Did I just read that?Er This book kind of kicks off with a story and JUST GOES FRIGGING MAD!!!!Pudge has a talent, but at the moment it’s a wild demon, riding all the way to hell on the back of a screaming, three-headed skeleton that’s coked out of its three skulls. If you could lasso Pudge’s talent, bang it up for a year in a bear cage right in the middle of a lunatic asylum and have psychotic maniacs throw concepts and theories and forms at it, and after a year [...]

    2. Kimberly on said:

      3.5 starsOMG--this book just took off right from page one! It's brutal, nasty, gory, and yet had me laughing throughout most of the read. A very entertaining read to end the day with!

    3. Col on said:

      Synopsis/blurb.Bad Billy has spent his entire life in Mama's basement. When the chains break free and he escapes into the world, he must learn the difference between being a monster and a human being.It's going to be a bloody education."Bad Billy, it's 'Of Mice and Men' meets the 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre.'"--R. Scott McCoy, Publisher of "Necrotic Tissue Magazine," author of "Feast" and the "White Face Bear"---------------My takeI loved the cover and it was free and only 70 pages long, so took a [...]

    4. Erin on said:

      Amusing short read with a twisted sense of humor. What happens if a Brother & Sister Fall in love? Have Sex. Have a baby that obviously fell from a family tree that doesn't fork? Why, you chain the little mutant in the basement for 18 years without speaking to him, teaching him basic skills or feeding him anything other than occasionally roadkill or a dead body that needs to disappear.His Mommy-Sister probably should have paid more attention to him, though. She would have realized this child [...]

    5. Devin Anderson on said:

      I dig it.A surprisingly entertaining story filled to the brim with enough gore to satisfy any horror hound. The characters have depth, and the plot keeps you interested. I have no complaints.

    6. Fernando on said:

      What did i think of it??? Well if you would to combine the following movies - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Beginning)Frankenstein (the scene where he meets the little girl)Of Mice of MenThe Hills have EyesFunhouse30 days of NightYou would create a movie based on "Bad Billy". It's actually absurd the author could create so many twist/turns & still make it work. Give this book a chance.nning to endd then tell me you don't feel bad for liking it!

    7. Char on said:

      This was a fun nasty little short which features almost all the things that horror fans love.It was gory and fast paced,and unique. But mostly it was just plain fun.

    8. Barbara on said:

      I thought this book was just your run of the mill, "a child is the product of inbreeding, get's locked in the cellar for years living on god knows what, is mistreated, grows up to be a morbidly obese midget, breaks out of basement and causes death and destruction everywhere he goes", kind of book. BOY, was I wrong!You know when you are walking along, looking at the trees and the birds, whistling, minding your own business and all of a sudden you trip on something out of nowhere and you are like [...]

    9. Colin Paylor on said:

      Do not be put off buying this book by some of the negative reviews.I read those and almost didn't buy what is in fact one hell of a book.Think a modern day Hunchback of notre dame with werewolves and ultra violence and a pace like a car chaseThink bad boy bubbyThink sick horror filmsThink Beauty and the beastThink i'm buying this book !

    10. Natalie Gibson on said:

      If a person is really good at being bad, is that bad or is that fulfilling a purpose and therefore good?This was a novella but it was long enough to have character and plot development. It was seriously gory. Seeing it evolve through the eyes of many different people was very entertaining.

    11. Rhonda on said:

      Just too muchThe story just goes overboard and becomes totally unrealistic. Plus I didn't care for the obvious description of Billy being most likely a person with Cow Syndrome then calling him evil.

    12. Peggy on said:

      At only 64 pages, I was happy to give this a try. And I don't mind a bit of blood and gore ever now and again. And you are certainly going to get this here.Bad Billy is the evil product / spawn of an incestuous relationship. And there is always a story behind the evil. Not only are Bad Billy's parents siblings, they are also suffering from various degrees of mental and physical disabilities. Not being 'bad' people themselves, they can't cope with whats before them. Billy probably just wants to b [...]

    13. Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews) on said:

      This is the story of Billy. Born of incest he is truly a monster. Banished to the cellar and chained up like an animal, he is forced to survive by eating small animals. Then his mother dies and he has a chance to escape. Soon the town will not know what has hit them, as Bad Billy goes on a cannibalistic murdering spree. Then he bites off more than he can chew and things begin to change for BillyI love stories like this. Dark and visceral and unapologetic in their gore and blood. We are taken on [...]

    14. Geoffrey Feller on said:

      Kind of like an old E.C. comic book in the form of a novella, "Bad Billy" starts off well, telling the tale of a monster, created by inbreeding, the Bad Billy of the title. The backwoods Georgia characters are broadly-drawn yet amusing and the tone came across to me as more of a horror spoof than anything truly disturbing, which I think was for the better given the level mayhem in the story. Accepting "Bad Billy" for what it is allowed me to excuse the expected limits of characterization and sty [...]

    15. Douglas Castagna on said:

      Bad Billy Be Damn Good!!!This novella is a double tap to your head. Bad Billy is one of these stories that starts quick and never lets up. The story is folded in on itself, with flashbacks and turns that help us develop a more fully formed image of Bad Billy, and what an image that is. I mean our minds eye needs a wide angle lens to capture both his girth and his violent non stop spree. Bill is one bad mother. And he has appetites that cannot be quelled. Not only is this novel about a backwoods [...]

    16. sappho_reader on said:

      If you live in the backwoods of Georgia and give birth to your incestuous child in a toilet then chain him up in your basement and deny him of all humanity -- don’t be too surprised if he escapes on his 18th birthday, kills you, then goes on a bloody rampage. It is difficult to blame Bad Billy for his carnage since he is simply a product of his environment. He yearns for love, affection and acceptance. But Bad Billy is not the ultimate villain in this grotesque tale. He must defend himself aga [...]

    17. William Cook on said:

      5.0 out of 5 stars A Cult Classic in the making. May 25, 2012Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: Bad Billy (Kindle Edition)This is one wild story! If you liked the movies 'Bad Boy Bubby' and 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' then you will probably like Jimmy Pudge's FREE novella 'Bad Billy.' Reminded me in some ways of Rex Miller's 'Slob' and the main character of 'Chaingang' - that's how much I like this story. Lots of gore, Black Humour and literary/horror references, make this a hilar [...]

    18. Dustin on said:

      The absolute BEST of Jimmy Pudge's work. This book follows the life of Bad Billy, a child born from a forbidden love of brother and sister. Chained in the basement for years, living off of small animals and the occasional dead body, Billy's life, soul, even his manhood are stolen from him by those that should have loved him most. When the unthinkable happens and Billy escapes, it's up to Georgia's "finest" to bring him in and alive isn't even an option. If you've never read Mr. Pudge's work, thi [...]

    19. JenniferJ on said:

      In one wordTwistedThis was a twisted horror fest at it's best. A child is born from the love of a brother and sister relationship and chained in a basement for years only being tossed scraps of food to live off of and having to waller in his own feces and such. (ewwww nasty) He's treated like an abomination and called one over and over but one day Billy get's loose and rips through an entire town unleashing a mass wave of cannibalism on everything in his path.On one hand it's sorta funny especia [...]

    20. Justin on said:

      Bad Billy is just a product of his environment. Born through incest, he is kept shackled in the basement for most of his life. He is fed on a diet of animal carcasses and corpses from his white trash parents. Well now Billy is out; and he is hungry!Action packed with tons of cannibalism, blood and redneckery and yet Pudge still manages to keep it classy.Once I started reading this I couldn't put it down. Fast paced and easy to read with a couple of twists and turns that I didn't see coming. High [...]

    21. Rodney on said:

      Oh, Billy. You are an abomination, a truly demented creation. You are the sickest little bastard I have ever heard of. I really liked this book. There was an air of excitement as I read it. The action in Pudge's other book, Kittie's Revenge, was also like this. Near the end, the metamorphosis of Billy was a cool twist. One thing I cannot believe is that the author nearly had me feeling sympathy for the little fucker in a few places. Good job!

    22. Lauren on said:

      This is a really quick read about Bad Billy, who was created by incest and locked in a basement. I think the story could have been improved if we knew more about Billy other than he was short and fat. I was sick of hearing about his weight by the end of it. The story line was fast moving and unique, the ending was quite surprising. Overall I don't regret reading it, but think it could have been improved.

    23. Michael on said:

      Very dark and violent book about a boy who is a product if incest and kept chained in a basement. when his mother dies Billy breaks loose and all breaks loose. Bad Billy is a short but fun read that is violent and soaked in gore. Pudge has given us a monster that is a product of forbidden love and the end result is pure mayhem

    24. Scot on said:

      Not horrible but not what I really expected which I guess is a good thing. Original and vivid!! I almost felt bad for Bad Billy- misled in life and just hated for being alive. The ending seemed hurried and could've been fleshed out a bit.

    25. Gary Price on said:

      Interesting StoryBad Billy is truly a scored and sorrowful soul. The story exemplifies what happens as a result of child abuse. It's a good short story and it's not for the kiddies!

    26. Frankie Yates on said:

      This book is just absolutely insane. It's got incest, gore, violence, vampires and werewolves. Literally everything possible has been written in this book. Definitely not everyone's cup of tea but I loved it!

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