How To Kill Yourself

How To Kill Yourself

C.V. Hunt / Jun 02, 2020

How To Kill Yourself DISCLAIMER This is not a how to guide The author is no way responsible for your actions after reading Earth Heaven Hell and Purgatory There is only one way to move from any of these worlds to the n

  • Title: How To Kill Yourself
  • Author: C.V. Hunt
  • ISBN: 9780988348400
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Paperback
  • DISCLAIMER This is not a how to guide The author is no way responsible for your actions after reading.Earth, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory There is only one way to move from any of these worlds to the next

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        C.V Hunt lives in Dayton, Ohio She is the owner of Grindhouse Press and writes unpopular fiction in her spare time Find out at her website authorcvhunt


    1. Xan said I should go to the doctor so they could cut off my hand. I ignored him and placed the hit of acid on my tongue. I looked at my black and withered left hand as he warmed the heroin.Yes so this book. It's not a how to manual for committing suicide, although the characters in the book try quite a few methods (There was only one way to move from one world to another.).And talking about the characters, the main ones are Death (a she - the devil's former lover), Diavol (the devil - a she, not [...]

    2. I got this because it was only $ .99 cents and I liked "The Brothers Crunk", also a Grindhouse Press title. First thoughts, it's short. But, bigger isn't always better. Or, longer isn't always better Whatever, it's short. I like short books though. If I had payed say $3.99 I'd probably be a little miffed, but I definitely got my money's worth.The story has strong religious overtones, which I LOVE! I'm a total sucker for books that have God and/or Satan as a character. I'm a total nut when it com [...]

    3. While notd, per se, I would not venture to call this a good read/book/shorty. It had what could be called a plot, some colorful characters, decent dialog and a set up(maybe, hard to tell with what little there was to go off of). It was interesting, thrilling, and engaging. Which is more than I can say for most short stories. My only problem: There was no build up. No exposition. No explanation. No introduction at all. It was kind of like the author just went:and served it up:All in all, it's a g [...]

    4. Kinda like if Neil Gaiman's AMERICAN GODS did bumps of meth off of a Bowie knife and trimmed itself down to a manageable length. Sort of.

    5. First of all the authors' disclaimer that the title is a metaphor is total mumpitz. Perhaps she needs to read up on the meaning of the word.Initially the book caught my eye, because of the clearly offensive title. It is either a churlish and not well thought out way to attract attention for the book or the author was wearing her pseudo intellectual shoes at the time she chose it.Now after reading the book I am actually disappointed by her lack of both creativity and understanding of how importan [...]

    6. Have you ever A) brought a book because the cover was awesome and B) continued reading a book till the very last page because it was the weirdest thing you have ever come across ? For me , I fell in too both categories as I have a thing for covers and the pink hair attracted me. Second of all, I have read a lot of books - more than most people and I have to say that How to Kill Yourself by C.V Hunt was the MOST WEIRDEST Book I have ever read and at the end of it I was still like Huh ??? ok what [...]

    7. What you aren't getting is a how to guide on suicide. what you are getting is a novella about life death and everything else.Hunt has the potential to be a great writer. How To is a fascinating story that needs to be longer. A sequel would be good or an expansion of the novellla itself would make How To Kill Yourself a great novel.As it is it's good but it has its limitations because it is a short novel. There are quite a few ideas unexplored and we don't we don't get to become absorbed in the s [...]

    8. This is a tricky one to review. I'm not one to spoil it for the rest of the gang.This is a much bigger, more involved story then you'd think. There are ways to commit suicide, and it is funny how a character reacts to the attempts. "What was it like? Exactly what you'd expect!"It's more then a junkie with a rotted hand. There are deities, anthropomorphic concepts, and different planes of existence.

    9. This might sound morbid, but as soon as I saw the cover, and heard the title of "How to Kill Yourself", I knew that I had to pick it up. I didn't even have to read the synopsis. The bright colors on the cover, and the girl with bright pink hair contrasted with the book title, and had me curious. I'm glad that the author was awesome enough to send me a review copy. With college unexpectedly happening, it took me longer than I would have liked to review this. I wish I would have gotten to it soone [...]

    10. So I'm back in the Hunt game. I've been reading her books pretty fast. After this, I think all I have are her YA/NA trilogy and two more novellas? Although, I will admit that I have mixed feelings for this one. I don't know if it's because I was getting a burn out on reading books or just a burn out on her. So this one is more on the religious spectrum, with Jesus, the Devil, and God who are the ones that bring back some fallen angels that eat people and do horrible things because I don't know, [...]

    11. I’m a big fan of C.V. Hunt’s work. Her “Endlessly” trilogy is well crafted and quite enjoyable. “Danse Macabre” was an awesome story that demanded a novel-length treatment. “How To Kill Yourself” blows all of them away. No pun intended. This story is so clever, so creative, and so well done that I can only marvel at Hunt’s talent. I want to be upset with her because she delivered another short story that should’ve been a novel, but I can’t find it in me. I’m just too plea [...]

    12. I'm not gonna be able to write an in depth review on any book especially since this is the first book I am reviewing, so this will all be just my opinion. Since I am crazy and have weird tastes my opinion is that I love this book and I think it's great. I love the way this author portrays these unearthly figures, especially love the way she described Jesus, that's hilarious. The book wasn't very complicated and all in all just enjoyed to any person with a fucked-up mind.

    13. My primary complaint is that it comes off as feeling like the *beginning* of something, or perhaps a synopsis of something builds up these characters and weaves their relationships together and then very rapidly ends. I was shocked, at one point, to realize I was 50% through the book at the point when it seemed to be really heating up and expanding.Still a very fun read, just wish it had achieved its critical mass.

    14. No, this isn't a pro-suicide entry by any means. C.V. Hunt's novella How to Kill Yourself is funny, irreverent and a bit touching. It really blends genres well in its under-one-hundred pages. Gory horror, Bizarro distortions and even gushy angelic love affairs - like the kind that Yours Truly pens.One big, gigantic problem with the book - it's too short.First off, there is so much going on that it demands adventure on epic proportions. A battle for Purgatory. Death herself hiding out in the burb [...]

    15. I know when I read something by C.V. Hunt I'm never going to be disappointed. From vampires to werewolves, from funeral homes and zombies, I've enjoyed an array of her work including a love poem that was included in a love notes anthology earlier this year.Upon first glance at the title and cover of her new work, How To Kill Yourself, like many that will suspect, I thought she was about to take stab at the rebellious punk teen generation. This novella doesn't even come close.We first meet a junk [...]

    16. I couldn't help but end up reading this after seeing the obviously provocative title. Having read the short story, however, it both suits the story element and manages to still be a stupid as heck title. Admittedly, I wasn't expecting much from it initially, yet it managed to positively surprise me. The writing is pretty good, colourful, and the writer's style of writing is not one where words get minced.What mostly stood out in this were the characters. I rather enjoyed the twist on each one of [...]

    17. I found this book to be a delightful quick read. I was hooked from the first to last page. While it would be nice if the background of the story was further explained, the brevity of How To Kill Yourself worked to its advantage. I personally thought that the way several important religious figures were portrayed was absolutely hilarious(this is coming from a Christian). Some people are regarding the title as offensive. The title merely applies for the characters within the book and not the reade [...]

    18. An interesting read with a cleaver title and cover. Being a big fan of the color pink I admit its why I decided to read it. At 110 pages I figured if it was bad I wasn't wasting all that much of my life to give it a try. I am a fast reader so that maybe 2hrs lost if it went badly. As a big fan of Dante's Inferno I have always been interested in the struggle between heaven and hell as portrayed in books. So for me this was very interesting. I actually wish It could have been longer. The only thin [...]

    19. A book on Earth, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory. The struggle of the powers that be, and I must say I did enjoy the humor. A quick and very fun read. I only had a little issue with the writing style. Over all I really enjoyed the book and recommend it highly to others.This books is a quick and interesting read, this now being the second time I have read it, I had less issues with the writing style. I vastly enjoyed this book.

    20. This book is nothing like what I thought it would be like. I really enjoyed pages 50-54. This book is way out there but it was a good quick read. And NO it is not about killing yourself. I do really recommend this book to anyone who would take the time to read it. Again THIS IS NOT A GUIDE ON KILLING YOURSELF. It is a short book about a girl,Purgatory, Heaven, and Hell.

    21. Very interesting read. It was definitely unexpected and a surprise. I really liked it. Very fast read as well. The writer took a chance and succeeded. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for something new, different, and inspiring.

    22. Have you ever tripped balls so hard and you came up with answers for the meaning of life? Maybe even believe in alternative universe's ?This is this book in a nutshell.A product of losing your mind.

    23. DNFThis really isn't a bad novella. It's just the kind of weird that I can't enjoy. There was this one moment when some guy decides to grab a girl and eat her arm O_o

    24. Strange, yet kind of fun at the same time. VERY short read. Nothing to do with killing yourself - just a power struggle between the characters over Heaven, Purgatory, Earth, and Hell.

    25. This book was short, but very interesting. A very cool and unique take on Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory, and the various inhabitants. Definitely worth the hour it'll take you to read this. :)

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