Pizza Delivery

Pizza Delivery

RobertKent / May 25, 2020

Pizza Delivery From Robert Kent author of All Together Now comes a new tale of terror College student Brock Clouser is working a summer job delivering pizzas During a run to the outskirts of Harrington Indiana h

  • Title: Pizza Delivery
  • Author: RobertKent
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  • Page: 212
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  • From Robert Kent, author of All Together Now, comes a new tale of terror College student Brock Clouser is working a summer job delivering pizzas During a run to the outskirts of Harrington, Indiana, he wrecks his car at an isolated country home Though most everyone there has been violently murdered, he s not alone.WARNINGThis is a novelette, not a full novel, and it s mFrom Robert Kent, author of All Together Now, comes a new tale of terror College student Brock Clouser is working a summer job delivering pizzas During a run to the outskirts of Harrington, Indiana, he wrecks his car at an isolated country home Though most everyone there has been violently murdered, he s not alone.WARNINGThis is a novelette, not a full novel, and it s mean and nasty and intended for a mature audience It is absolutely not appropriate for younger readers It s a gruesome, repugnant tale featuring horrific acts of violence sure to warp young minds Also, these particular characters speak in EXTREMELY COARSE language.

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      • RobertKent

        Robert Kent is the author of the horror novels THE BOOK OF DAVID and ALL TOGETHER NOW A ZOMBIE STORY, the middle grade novel BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES, and the novellas PIZZA DELIVERY and ALL RIGHT NOW A SHORT ZOMBIE STORY He runs the popular blog for writers, MIDDLE GRADE NINJA, which features interviews and guest posts from over 500 authors, literary agents, and other publishing professionals, and was the recipient of Middle Shelf Magazine s Best Blog award He is a proud member of SCBWI, The Horror Writers Association of America, and the Young Adult Cannibals Robert Kent holds degrees in Literature and Creative Writing from Indiana University and owns over 900 Batman action figures He lives with his family in Indianapolis, Indiana, where he teaches courses at the Indiana Writers Center and is hard at work on his next book MIDDLEGRADENINJA


    352 Comments


    1. 29/1 - Looking for something short to read after dinner, but before the post-dinner tv watching got started. 56 pages looks manageable.Second page of the book - 'She ordered five pizzas: two pepperoni, two supreme's,'. *Sigh* Oh dear :( To be continuedFourth page of the book - 'was covered with stains, the ghosts of pizza past.' Pretty sure, due to the rules of subject-verb agreement, that should be 'ghosts of pizzas past'. To be continuedFifth page of the book - the detective's name is Alex Cro [...]



    2. This is only a bit over an hour but I have to say I was impressed.The narration by David Radtke was very well done and took me into the book straight away. I think he did a wonderful job of inflecting when needed and in certain situations when the main character was freaking out, I could not only sense through the plot, but could feel it emanating from David's voice. He sounds like he is narrating from The Twilight Zone at first, while he's giving the specifics about how the incident happened an [...]


    3. Wow, wow, and more wow. Very unexpected convolutions and I very impressed. I bought this book solely on the strength of the sample, and I paused my reading of the newest Stephen King to read PIZZA DELIVERY . This author definitely has a future, and I won't soon forget this special novella.


    4. This had a "creepy pasta" feel those Reddit /r/letsnotmeet stories Just very weird and creepy!! It was a fast paced, short read. But very fun!!!



    5. An excellent horror story. It may be short, but it still has depth and the gusto to scare you witless.I have the honor of narrating the audiobook version that is due out in August/September 2014.


    6. This came up as a freebie, and when I saw the following warning, I had to get it:This is a novelette, not a full novel, and it's mean and nasty and intended for a mature audience. It is absolutely not appropriate for younger readers. It's a gruesome, repugnant tale featuring horrific acts of violence sure to warp young minds. Also, these particular characters speak in EXTREMELY COARSE language.Can't say much as it's short, but it was fun, entertaining and gruesome. As promised. Well done.


    7. Makes me glad I no longer deliver pizzaA college aged pizza deliveryman is making his typical deliveries. Until one night he stumbles upon something that he shouldn’t have. He tries to make his last delivery of the night but soon finds it may be his last delivery ever.The narration was done by David Radtke. I think the Radtke tried to change his voice to more meet the tone and dialogue of this short story. There were times when I was trying to figure out why he was using the voice he used. But [...]


    8. Very fast paced reading, extremely gory and shocking! I would not want to be a pizza delivery person in this world, or in this townwhichever it was definitely bizarre!


    9. I took the plunge and grabbed a v-copy for a quick read. It is a short story puzzled into a novelette, as the author politely informs. The character of Brock Clouser is your normal run of the mill college kid working a summer gig for some school year green. His persona is as expected, semi-party kid with an eye on the finish line and an eye on being a pessimistic.Though the boast is “scary,” “mean” and “nasty.” I will say that it isn’t something for children. The fate of Brock isn [...]


    10. I honestly wish this was longer but I know it's just a novella so it has to be short. Other than I wish it was longer it's a really good story. The ending could've had a bit more of a resolution but it also suffices. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and how the chapters were structured. They weren't too long which made it an easy read. If you have the time read this short little story, I can assure you it is worth the little time. I might try to read more from Robert Kent and see if his longer sto [...]


    11. Pizza delivered with bloodPizza Delivery is a good quick thrill ride. I do have to say this played on some of my own fears because I used to have a rule area paper route at 2 in the morning and I always had this fear in the back of my mindcially when I had to get out of the car. Robert Kent did a good job of delivering on some realistic fears for some people. The idea was solid, and executed rather well. I would recommend this short for horror readers.


    12. It was short and pretty good in a few ways, with a couple interesting characters and some high tension situations but there are a few things I'd hold against it. First and foremost when I read the warning attributed about it being a mean and nasty novella I got a thought in my head and it didn't meet that expectation. Also it seemed like not enough time was spent on the scenes where stuff was happening. It felt that the evil person was there for far too little time.


    13. Definitely not for children or the weak heartedAs the author warned coarse language and vivid pictures come to mind as you read his words. It's like being a part of someone's nightmare only you are totally awesome. So if you are brave enough . . And old enough read it.


    14. This wasn't a bad story, but it wasn't scary. I've found that most books that warn you about how scary and gory it's going to be usually doesn't live up to its hype. It was well written and I would probably read one more story from this author to see if be can do better.


    15. Not very good.I started reading the sample late one evening and decided to purchase based on the reviews. . It's a very short book and rather pointless. More comparable to a chapter of a poorly written horror novel than a short story.


    16. A shift in hellIt starts out as normal evening, turning into pure terror. A short story's that leaves you hanging. Could have better


    17. The story was okay, but alternated between predictable and farfetched. The writing was borderline with errors in grammar and continuity. Luckily it was a very short story.


    18. Great story!The story read smooth and held my interest. I normally don't read this genre. The ending left me wanting more!





    19. This was a well written short-story with well developed characters. The author is good at setting the atmosphere.




    20. A nice little ditty for a Sunday night.A very intriguing read, and an introduction to the Author Robert Kent. I hope to be able to find more by him and read them as I do.


    21. I love anything with gore in it. The more gore the better as I always say, but I just cannot read something where somebody murders the children. That is just fucked up. Anything but the children!!


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