Read What the Hell Did I Just Read (John Dies at the End #3) Online Free - NYT bestselling author Wong takes readers to a whole new level with his latest dark comic sci-fi thriller, set in the world of John Dies at the End and This Book is Full of Spiders
John Dies at the End's "smart take on fear manages to tap into readers' existential dread on one page, then have them laughing the next" (Publishers Weekly) and This Book is Full of Spiders was "unlike any other book of the genre" (Washington Post). Now, Wong is back with the third installment of this black-humored thriller series.
Dave, John and Amy recount what seems like a fairly straightforward tale of a shape-shifting creature from another dimension that is stealing children and brainwashing their parents, but it eventually becomes clear that someone is lying, and that someone is the narrators.
The novel you're reading is a cover-up, and the "true" story reveals itself in the cracks of their hilariously convoluted, and sometimes contradictory, narrative.
Equal parts terrifying and darkly comedic in his writing, David Wong “will be remembered as one of today’s great satirists” (Nerdist).
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August 12, 2017
I always go ga-ga over these books, and for a really great reason. They're FUN AS HELL.
It bends all genres, has some of the absolutely most delicious wry comments and commentary on our modern f***ed-up life, and is consistently over-the-top when it comes to action, monster mashing, and total real...
July 24, 2017
The best "John Dies at the End" book yet! All the old gang is back and their lives are stranger and creepier than ever before. Just like the other two books in the series, John Dies at the End and This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It it is a mix of horror, suspense, myste...
January 26, 2018
July 23, 2017
David is an unemployed collector of cursed objects. The savvy Amy is his sweet girlfriend who supports the household. And then there's John, the apocalyptic friend. These are the characters- and the story, unreliably-Mach 8.
David and John do not know their way around a nine to five job. But they...
November 12, 2017
David Wong always knows how to deliver enjoyable, surprisingly deep, and universally unsettling sci-fi/horror books with his John Dies at the End series.
This installment had a very monster of the week feel to it as Dave and John and Amy find themselves pitted against a foe capable of distorting...
January 08, 2018
review coming soon.
A young girl goes missing in Undisclosed. since strange elements are suspected Dave and John are called into the case. of course Amy, Dave's girlfriend ia soon entangled in the plot. speaking of the plot if you thought once Maggie was returned to her parents it was case closed,...
July 02, 2017
Believe it or not, the Sauce didn’t bring this book to my doorstep. Shocking? Definitely. I mean, how else could it have found me? Perhaps Molly’s ghost could have brought it by. Or maybe Amy thought it might come in handy when [REDACTED] comes looking for me. But no, believe it or not, it was th...
October 03, 2017
I finished a book in twelve hours I'm cured depression is OVER!!!!!!
The charming, nonsense title of this book belies a density that's striking even for this series, a grand tradition of goofy names, horrific imagery and stomach-churning philosophical quandaries. Trying to explain in too much deta...
November 10, 2017
What the Hell Did I Just Read by David Wong is the third book in the John Dies at the End series. It is a serious blast and a hell of a fun ride. This book is equal to the brilliance of the first book and it really makes up for a flat second one.
This book is written for me. From the first...
November 15, 2017
What the Hell Did I Just Read (John Dies at the End #3) is solid step up from the second JDATE book, This Book is Full of Spiders, which I found to be enjoyable but flawed. And WTHDIJR is an even bigger step up from his last book, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, which I did not enjoy much at...