Anatomy

Anatomy

There's a monster before me that's killing everything I believe in. A villain that sees me for what I'm worth and wants the pound of flesh I've offered up as repayment for my sins. The burden I carry is heavy on my shoulders, but as pieces of me are stripped away to bare the horrors within, I can feel myself becoming worthy of the pain. I'm not a monster. No matter how muc...

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Title:Anatomy
Author:Yolanda Olson
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Anatomy Reviews

  • Linda Cotter

    You know, if you've read a book by Yolanda Olson, you expect certain things: horror, blood, twists, the unexplainable.

    But I have yet to figure it out before a line. One line, toward the end of each book, and suddenly you're thrown for a loop. You see everything in the book laid out before you and want to perform a face palm that you didn't pick up on it before.

    This book is no exception. You read it, and you wonder how this can happen. This is all imagination, this is all unreal, and then it hap

    You know, if you've read a book by Yolanda Olson, you expect certain things: horror, blood, twists, the unexplainable.

    But I have yet to figure it out before a line. One line, toward the end of each book, and suddenly you're thrown for a loop. You see everything in the book laid out before you and want to perform a face palm that you didn't pick up on it before.

    This book is no exception. You read it, and you wonder how this can happen. This is all imagination, this is all unreal, and then it happens. You find that line in the book, and it all fits.

    The characters hold your attention, and the scenes are a hypnotizing blend of "could this be real, is it all a dream". Gripping and thought provoking, this is definitely a must read for everyone.

    The gore has returned, and even with no holding back, if you can make it to the end, it will all be worth it.

  • Elizabeth Cash

    Yolanda. I don't even know where to begin. This was one of those books that leave you with your jaw in your lap. And I'm sure you're Like "but they all do that?!" No, you don't understand. This puts a new meaning on mind fuck and plot twist. This puts a new meaning to carnage on one's feelings. This brings a whole new perspective to horror. This book, without giving spoilers, KILLS!! Do yourself a favor and read this. There is no way you'll be disappointed, and if you are, you must have read it

    Yolanda. I don't even know where to begin. This was one of those books that leave you with your jaw in your lap. And I'm sure you're Like "but they all do that?!" No, you don't understand. This puts a new meaning on mind fuck and plot twist. This puts a new meaning to carnage on one's feelings. This brings a whole new perspective to horror. This book, without giving spoilers, KILLS!! Do yourself a favor and read this. There is no way you'll be disappointed, and if you are, you must have read it wrong.

  • Karen - Kazza's Books Blog and Reviews

    I started this book without reading the blurb. I do that more often than not ( Yolanda is a 1-click author for me ) and with my jaw to the floor and my eyes almost bulging out of their sockets I barely made it thought the prologue without throwing up in my mouth, lol. It's that good, gory, horrific and just like watching a car accident, I couldn't look away or put the book down.

    Yolanda lures you in with Anatomy, I really loved the way in which it was written/told, like a narrator telling you a s

    I started this book without reading the blurb. I do that more often than not ( Yolanda is a 1-click author for me ) and with my jaw to the floor and my eyes almost bulging out of their sockets I barely made it thought the prologue without throwing up in my mouth, lol. It's that good, gory, horrific and just like watching a car accident, I couldn't look away or put the book down.

    Yolanda lures you in with Anatomy, I really loved the way in which it was written/told, like a narrator telling you a story. So if it's EXTREME HORROR in which your seeking then dive in and enjoy the twisted mind games that only Yolanda can give you.

    I can confidently say that this is Yolanda's best work to date and I have loved many of her books but this one is now at the top spot.

  • Ellie Midwood

    Being a huge fan of Yolanda Olson, I expected this new story to be an amazing read that will mess me up in all the right ways, but I never expected to fall in love with it as much as I did! I love moral dilemmas that Yolanda invariably poses for her readers: would you willingly entrust yourself into the hands of the monster who will bring his absolution for your sins but will require the highest price in exchange? And, if you’re able to survive through this experience, will you make the right ch

    Being a huge fan of Yolanda Olson, I expected this new story to be an amazing read that will mess me up in all the right ways, but I never expected to fall in love with it as much as I did! I love moral dilemmas that Yolanda invariably poses for her readers: would you willingly entrust yourself into the hands of the monster who will bring his absolution for your sins but will require the highest price in exchange? And, if you’re able to survive through this experience, will you make the right choice in the end, when he offers it to you?

    The premise of it, the masterfully created build-up leading up to an absolutely stunning ending hit me with all its force in all the right feels. The ending, just one little sentence was so emotionally charged that I literally had to sit and process it for a few minutes. A fabulous work, and a new favorite of mine by Yolanda! I wish I could give it more than five stars!

  • Ally's Book Reviews (Ally Vance)

    If you do not like gore, have a weak stomach or are faint of heart DO NOT READ this. As for the rest of the weirdos like me, well dive right on in.

    This book left me wide eyed and gaping at my kindle screen in horror. Exactly what I want from a story of this genre and no less than what Yolanda Olson delivered to me.

    This story read strangely, it felt partly like a monologue and partly like a regular narrative. Regardless of the structure it still sucked me straight into the weirdness. It was a str

    If you do not like gore, have a weak stomach or are faint of heart DO NOT READ this. As for the rest of the weirdos like me, well dive right on in.

    This book left me wide eyed and gaping at my kindle screen in horror. Exactly what I want from a story of this genre and no less than what Yolanda Olson delivered to me.

    This story read strangely, it felt partly like a monologue and partly like a regular narrative. Regardless of the structure it still sucked me straight into the weirdness. It was a strangely surreal story which created a drive in me to reach the end. I just had to know.

    It was vivid, graphic, so intricate and finely detailed right down to the bone, I could picture it so clearly in my mind. (My hubs was laughing at my facial expressions as I read it.)

    Theories ran rampant in my mind as I tried to figure out the idenity of the villain. Mortician? Serial killer? Crazed surgeon? It was a real mystery. Ill not spoil it though, you'll have to read it yourself.

  • *~* Susie

    Haunting, unique story. One word made all the pieces come together.

  • aicha julie

    Wow, just wow.

    This book left me speechless, from the get go to the end, specially that ending, my jaw dropped from that ending, i wasn't expecting it at all.

    When i started reading i got shocked, it was gruesome and quiet scary how well described those scenes were as though from own experience.

    it was all dark, scary and disgusting.

    And i absolutely loved every second of it.

    I am without doubt going to read more from this author.

  • Selene

    stars

    Morbid

    First-person

    This story left me speechless! It was dark, twisted, and gory! The dialogue was sparse! The characters didn’t have names!

    **SPOILERS ALL OVER THE PLACE!!!****BEWARE!!!*****

    At first glance this story appeared to be your run-of-the-mill horror treat. There’s a captive and her captor is ruthless. It’s unclear

    they met and if this captive has anyone

    stars

    Morbid

    First-person

    This story left me speechless! It was dark, twisted, and gory! The dialogue was sparse! The characters didn’t have names!

    **SPOILERS ALL OVER THE PLACE!!!****BEWARE!!!*****

    At first glance this story appeared to be your run-of-the-mill horror treat. There’s a captive and her captor is ruthless. It’s unclear

    they met and if this captive has anyone searching for her or concerned for her well-being. At one point the captor excises a chunk of the victim’s skin off her arm . . .

    He cuts into her with precision and expertise. It’s clearly not his first go-around with torture, but is the captive a willing victim? If so, why would anyone in

    sign up for this brutality?

    ▣ Some of the tormentor’s thoughts:

    ▣ This captor isn’t completely without a breath of remorse, though. He has a change of heart after cutting the captive’s tongue out and decides:

    ▣ As the story unfolds the reader learns that the characters may be on an even playing ground after all, despite the dysfunctional thoughts they seem to share. The

    thoughts:

    ▣ This story is NOT what it

    to be on the surface! The degree to which the captor disfigured and mutilated his captive fell in line with the the way mental illness wrecks havoc on the human body and how individuals view themselves in the world around them. This story is more of a

    read than horror read. The graphic descriptions of the harrowing abuse unleashed upon the female character were

    of the way mental illness shredded and hijacked her spirit, leading her to see, feel, think, and hear things that were imaginary.

    She cycled through feeling numb and slightly hopeful, then accepting and even

    to the distorted view of her tortured existence.

    ▣ So many more tidbits of symbolism were included, some

    . Reading this short story was truly an eye-opening experience! I’m blown away by the way the author drew the parallels between the

    and the literal torture. It takes compassion and understanding (and maybe some experience?) to be able to draw a narrative as gruesome, realistic, and vivid as the one the captor endured.

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