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"You're a killer, baby." Out of the desert they rode, 400lbs of hot steel throbbing between their legs. Satan's Burnouts... twelve sex-crazed sadists with murder on their minds. Sam West lives on the outskirts of Dennyville. His granddaughter Angel is coming to visit to celebrate his 70th birthday. But this year, the party will be a psychotic rampage of vengeance, as Sam and "You're a killer, baby." Out of the desert they rode, 400lbs of hot steel throbbing between their legs. Satan's Burnouts... twelve sex-crazed sadists with murder on their minds. Sam West lives on the outskirts of Dennyville. His granddaughter Angel is coming to visit to celebrate his 70th birthday. But this year, the party will be a psychotic rampage of vengeance, as Sam and Angel face a wild gang of devil-worshipping degenerates who live for one thing... kicks. Tonight, on Sam West's 70th birthday... SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! “Bikes, babes, blood and brutality… Satan's Burnouts Must Die! reads like Rob Zombie meets Easy Rider." Steve Stred, author of Ritual and Incarnate "Titillating, truly violent, and guaranteed to freak the squares, SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! is like something you'd distill from a filthy old crankcase. Hail Satan!" John Bender, author of Chainsaw


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"You're a killer, baby." Out of the desert they rode, 400lbs of hot steel throbbing between their legs. Satan's Burnouts... twelve sex-crazed sadists with murder on their minds. Sam West lives on the outskirts of Dennyville. His granddaughter Angel is coming to visit to celebrate his 70th birthday. But this year, the party will be a psychotic rampage of vengeance, as Sam and "You're a killer, baby." Out of the desert they rode, 400lbs of hot steel throbbing between their legs. Satan's Burnouts... twelve sex-crazed sadists with murder on their minds. Sam West lives on the outskirts of Dennyville. His granddaughter Angel is coming to visit to celebrate his 70th birthday. But this year, the party will be a psychotic rampage of vengeance, as Sam and Angel face a wild gang of devil-worshipping degenerates who live for one thing... kicks. Tonight, on Sam West's 70th birthday... SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! “Bikes, babes, blood and brutality… Satan's Burnouts Must Die! reads like Rob Zombie meets Easy Rider." Steve Stred, author of Ritual and Incarnate "Titillating, truly violent, and guaranteed to freak the squares, SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! is like something you'd distill from a filthy old crankcase. Hail Satan!" John Bender, author of Chainsaw

30 review for Satan's Burnouts Must Die!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Johann (jobis89)

    4.5 stars. Sodergren impresses again as my eyeballs were bulging out of my head reading this!! WILD. I loved it!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Scott Neumann

    A fun throwback to 70's style horror flicks, it would be a great companion to a movie like "Race With the Devil". David Sodergren has fast become my new favorite horror writer. A fun throwback to 70's style horror flicks, it would be a great companion to a movie like "Race With the Devil". David Sodergren has fast become my new favorite horror writer.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Steve Stred

    A full throttle blast! This reminded me of when my aunt gave me all her old Easy Rider mags and I discovered a world that blew my mind! Tunes, babes and booze. Sodergren with another winner. Honored to ask to beta/blurb this - highly recommend!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alex | | findingmontauk1

    David Sodergren has done it again with SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! If you like pulpy Grindhouse revenge-exploitation films then you will devour this one. If you already love Sodergren's prior work, then you will be elated at this new addition to his bibliography and how his range of styles, themes, and topics just keeps growing. SATAN's BURNOUTS MUST DIE! is fast paced, gritty, tense, and it had me extremely riled up the entire time. Steve Stred blurbed this as "Rob Zombie meets Easy Rider" and I David Sodergren has done it again with SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! If you like pulpy Grindhouse revenge-exploitation films then you will devour this one. If you already love Sodergren's prior work, then you will be elated at this new addition to his bibliography and how his range of styles, themes, and topics just keeps growing. SATAN's BURNOUTS MUST DIE! is fast paced, gritty, tense, and it had me extremely riled up the entire time. Steve Stred blurbed this as "Rob Zombie meets Easy Rider" and I absolutely love that. The satanic biker gang in this book is quite unhinged, terrifying, and unpredictable (I mean, other than they will absolutely cause you pain and bloody mayhem). Our group of main character "heroes" rules - there's quite a variety of archetypes and they are all faced with bloody terror, unfair and awful decisions, and you would not want to be in any of their situations. Biker gangs are scary (do you all remember the demonic biker gang double episode Season 6 premiere of Buffy? yikes). I hate the desert - and anything bad that happens there is already magnified. Home invasions are absolutely the most anxiety-inducing, terrifying things I can imagine. But let's throw in a lot of "bikersploitation" gore, mutiliation, and jaw-dropping, audibly-gasping scenes on top of everything. What a thrilling, revenge-filled, and entertaining ride! Sodergren continues to amaze me with his storytelling on all levels. SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! releases 11/25 - and I know a lot of friends here who will most definitely need to smash the hell out of that pre-order button!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sjgomzi

    What a sick fucking ride this book was. Not for the faint of heart. I loved it!

  6. 4 out of 5

    J.D.

    When Angel, accompanied by her fiance, goes to visit her grandfather she has no idea just how bad her visit is about to go. A group of Satanic bikers have come to town in search of some fun and some new sacrifices. What a bloody ride this one was! I'm used to Sodergren novels with monsters, murderers and even witches. Satanic bikers was something I wasn't expecting to see from him. He did manage to pull it off with the usual creativity and gore that I've come to expect and love in his novels. Wh When Angel, accompanied by her fiance, goes to visit her grandfather she has no idea just how bad her visit is about to go. A group of Satanic bikers have come to town in search of some fun and some new sacrifices. What a bloody ride this one was! I'm used to Sodergren novels with monsters, murderers and even witches. Satanic bikers was something I wasn't expecting to see from him. He did manage to pull it off with the usual creativity and gore that I've come to expect and love in his novels. While the story didn't end quite how I thought it would, I really liked the direction it went in. Also finding out the story would continue on with another book was a happy surprise as well. Being full of action, murder, dismemberment and a few disturbing sex scenes there's a little something for every horror lover wrapped up in this story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Corrina Morse

    Horny, satanic bikers, on acid!! 😈 This was a brilliant read, I couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting! It was brutal, blood drenched, carnage!! When Angel starts to lose those she loves, we see her descend into murderous insanity and get her very bloody revenge! Showing the lengths she will go to, to survive and how it changes her completely! This was a high-octane, adrenaline fuelled tale, leaving you very much satisfied and with the smell of burning rubber and freshly spilled blood in i Horny, satanic bikers, on acid!! 😈 This was a brilliant read, I couldn't put it down and read it in one sitting! It was brutal, blood drenched, carnage!! When Angel starts to lose those she loves, we see her descend into murderous insanity and get her very bloody revenge! Showing the lengths she will go to, to survive and how it changes her completely! This was a high-octane, adrenaline fuelled tale, leaving you very much satisfied and with the smell of burning rubber and freshly spilled blood in its wake!! What a ride!!!!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    A gnarly, fast-paced, deeply disturbing but fun as hell ride that is "Satans Burnouts Must Die" by David Sodergren. "Satans Burnouts Must Die" is a story following Sam West and his granddaughter Angel who must take on a Satan-worshipping gang as they ravage through Sam's small town. I burned through all 180 pages in one day, feeling empty and sick when it was over. Out of all of David Sodergren's bibliography, "Satans Burnouts Must Die" was by far the most disturbing and nightmare-inducing. I wo A gnarly, fast-paced, deeply disturbing but fun as hell ride that is "Satans Burnouts Must Die" by David Sodergren. "Satans Burnouts Must Die" is a story following Sam West and his granddaughter Angel who must take on a Satan-worshipping gang as they ravage through Sam's small town. I burned through all 180 pages in one day, feeling empty and sick when it was over. Out of all of David Sodergren's bibliography, "Satans Burnouts Must Die" was by far the most disturbing and nightmare-inducing. I would also like to add a bonus that David has announced that this is book one out of three, which is just fantastic news because despite being scarred for life by this story, I am itching for more. Happy Reading! x

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    A satanic gang of bikers ride into town and wreak havoc on some unfortunate locals. Lots of gruesome, fun action and a great storyline that was well structured and delivered several gratefully received unforeseen twists and turns along the way. Read like a 'B' rated horror movie at times which may have been the deliberate intention of the author from the outset. No deep thinking required. so just immerse yourself into this horror adventure and...simply enjoy. Rating: 3.5 biker gang stars. A satanic gang of bikers ride into town and wreak havoc on some unfortunate locals. Lots of gruesome, fun action and a great storyline that was well structured and delivered several gratefully received unforeseen twists and turns along the way. Read like a 'B' rated horror movie at times which may have been the deliberate intention of the author from the outset. No deep thinking required. so just immerse yourself into this horror adventure and...simply enjoy. Rating: 3.5 biker gang stars.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tales of a Succubus

    What's it about? Sam's turning seventy and Angel, his granddaughter, is coming to celebrate. What isn't anticipated is the biker gang, Satan's Burnouts, riding into his small rural town. Sex-crazed and out for blood, they are ready to relish in the crimes they haven't yet committed. Like all Sodergren books, this is a fast-paced binge read that I'll never feel guilty putting everything aside for. We're talking sacrificing sleep - I woke up in the middle of the night to finish it because I couldn' What's it about? Sam's turning seventy and Angel, his granddaughter, is coming to celebrate. What isn't anticipated is the biker gang, Satan's Burnouts, riding into his small rural town. Sex-crazed and out for blood, they are ready to relish in the crimes they haven't yet committed. Like all Sodergren books, this is a fast-paced binge read that I'll never feel guilty putting everything aside for. We're talking sacrificing sleep - I woke up in the middle of the night to finish it because I couldn't wait until the morning and read it with my little book light to not wake my husband up! Anyways, this is along the lines of splatterpunk so be prepared for intense horror. It's got everything great about the 70s era in it and the humor brought it a new sense of life and dimension, giving you those tiny breaks from the gore. I LOVED the ending too, it was perfect, as can be expected. I wish I could say more without spoiling it. The characters in this are awesome, with some unexpected turns. Sam, our elderly lead, gives us a great take on a grandpa that wants to relive his war days and be a hero again, with some flaws of course. And then Angel screams badass the entire time, surprising us at the end embracing a new version of herself after the battle. Fiona, the diner owner, was the woman that refuses to give up no matter how difficult. There was a ton of depth regarding women's rights which I thought was a nice touch and appreciated. The biker gang was the right amount of intense and purely fucked up in every way. Scare Rating: 9 out of 10. There is extreme gore/horror in this, be warned now. If you can't handle gore, this won't be for you. Alongside that, this is NOT for sensitive readers. I don't put trigger warnings on my reviews to avoid spoiling things for y'all but the sexual scenes in this are pretty gruesome, both in motive and description if you aren't okay with reading that sort of content. I'm over the moon on the fact that this is a trilogy and need the sequel in my hands asap. This is one of Sodergren's best and I truly think anyone that likes extreme horror should read it. I recommend this to Sodergren fans, splatterpunk/extreme horror lovers, anyone who's been around bikes long enough, those that enjoy the 70s, cults, Satanic worship, and someone looking for a fun take on the horror genre. 5 stars

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sage

    This book is so great! Lots of satanic biker violence and well fleshed out characters. But not many characters still have all their flesh by the end. This might be my favorite book I read this year and it's going to be a trilogy! This book is so great! Lots of satanic biker violence and well fleshed out characters. But not many characters still have all their flesh by the end. This might be my favorite book I read this year and it's going to be a trilogy!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jakko23

    Phenomenal! Blistering pace and possibly his most brutal work yet! I'd love to make this into a film (although I imagine the ratings people absolutely butchering it lol) Phenomenal! Blistering pace and possibly his most brutal work yet! I'd love to make this into a film (although I imagine the ratings people absolutely butchering it lol)

  13. 4 out of 5

    Zack the Ripper

    This is probably the most gruesome book I’ve ever read. I mean, it’s just absolutely brutal. It’s an homage to exploitation/revenge films of the 70’s and 80’s and that’s exactly how it reads, a grindhouse movie in literary form. I would never recommend this book to anyone personally just because of how they might judge me after they read it. But between you Internet strangers and me: it was pretty great. It was simultaneously a train wreck, a thrill-a-minute page turner, and a guilty pleasure. Tha This is probably the most gruesome book I’ve ever read. I mean, it’s just absolutely brutal. It’s an homage to exploitation/revenge films of the 70’s and 80’s and that’s exactly how it reads, a grindhouse movie in literary form. I would never recommend this book to anyone personally just because of how they might judge me after they read it. But between you Internet strangers and me: it was pretty great. It was simultaneously a train wreck, a thrill-a-minute page turner, and a guilty pleasure. That’s the real takeaway here, my real review. Everything that follows from here is just me nitpicking over one detail that bothered me. SPOILERS AHEAD: One thing I really couldn’t understand: The biker gang seemed to be about 50/50 male and female. The female “Burnouts” were always portrayed as willing and eager participants in the mayhem and torture and murder and it is never implied that they were being threatened or coerced into going along with it by the men. So why does Angel come to the conclusion that they were? Blaming the male gender exclusively seems like a really bizarre direction for that character to take, given the events of the book. Equally perplexing was the way that all the women in the book treat Sam. Sam is a seventy year old grandfather and war veteran. At some point Sam comes to the aid of two women in a diner who are being terrorized by the Burnouts. So one senior citizen stands up to twelve psychotic members of a satanic motorcycle gang and runs them all away before they can do any physical harm to the women. Instead of any kind of appreciation towards the old man, the women lash out at him and basically call him a coward because….wait for it… He didn’t save them fast enough. Lol, what? Later on Sam tries (and fails) to take on the Burnouts by himself. After that point every female character in the book, including Sam’s own Granddaughter, blame him (and his masculine desire to play the hero) for every crime committed by the Burnouts. So they simultaneously blame him for trying to be the hero and also for not trying hard enough (or fast enough) to be the hero. Poor Sam. The guy can’t catch a break. There was a way to tell this story where it would have made sense to have every female character come to the conclusion that all men are scum. But this wasn’t it. The way it’s written, it just left me scratching my head, wondering what is wrong with these women. Did they all experience some sort of childhood trauma at the hands of men that the reader isn’t privy to? Anyway, maybe I’m missing something. Or just overthinking it. Or underthinking it. Whatever. Anyways it’s a pretty minor detail in what is otherwise a devilishly good read.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Robbie Myles

    David Sodergren is lighting the indie book world on fire. His books simply have a way of igniting a flame underneath me from page one, and the fire still burns long after the last page. Satan’s Burnouts Must die is no different. From the moment the book opens, and we are introduced to the Burnouts, my palette was satiated over and over, yet with David Sodergren’s books, I always want more. I could read his books until the end of time. Burnouts is bloody good fun and builds round characters in a David Sodergren is lighting the indie book world on fire. His books simply have a way of igniting a flame underneath me from page one, and the fire still burns long after the last page. Satan’s Burnouts Must die is no different. From the moment the book opens, and we are introduced to the Burnouts, my palette was satiated over and over, yet with David Sodergren’s books, I always want more. I could read his books until the end of time. Burnouts is bloody good fun and builds round characters in a very short period of time. Sodergren also has an outstanding way of displaying gore and death. So fresh, so original and I cannot recommend this book, or any of his books with higher regard. Go read this one immediately.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Seth Andurzz

    At a lean (and incredibly mean) 180 odd pages, Satan's Burnouts Must Die packs a visceral punch. Under it's grindhouse, 70s satanic exploitation veneer lurks a truly haunting story about how we never truly know who we are- until we do, for better or worse. Dark as all hell but all the turmoil Sodergren puts the characters (and the reader by association) through makes the last act of the book so much more thrilling than your generic revenge story. The ending, while incredibly satisfying, doesn't At a lean (and incredibly mean) 180 odd pages, Satan's Burnouts Must Die packs a visceral punch. Under it's grindhouse, 70s satanic exploitation veneer lurks a truly haunting story about how we never truly know who we are- until we do, for better or worse. Dark as all hell but all the turmoil Sodergren puts the characters (and the reader by association) through makes the last act of the book so much more thrilling than your generic revenge story. The ending, while incredibly satisfying, doesn't try to white-wash the cascade of violence that gets us there either- Angel Hooper will never be the woman she once was and I cannot wait to see where the sequel, aptly titled "The Fallen Angel Must Die" takes her when it comes out next year.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Reads Horror

    4.5/5 - This is the fourth Sodergren book that I've read. Each one has been a different tone, yet I've loved every one of them. SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! takes place in a small desert town where a gang of satanic bikers show up and things get crazy. Quickly. Very crazy. This one was basically non-stop action and gore and I finished the 180 pages in one sitting. Another awesome book from David Sodergren. Can't wait for the final two books in this series! 4.5/5 - This is the fourth Sodergren book that I've read. Each one has been a different tone, yet I've loved every one of them. SATAN'S BURNOUTS MUST DIE! takes place in a small desert town where a gang of satanic bikers show up and things get crazy. Quickly. Very crazy. This one was basically non-stop action and gore and I finished the 180 pages in one sitting. Another awesome book from David Sodergren. Can't wait for the final two books in this series!

  17. 5 out of 5

    madsterbooker

    Sodergren has done it again. Wow I loved this so much. I could not put it down. When he revealed this book a few months ago, I wasn't sure if I was going to like it, but at this point I don't know why I would ever doubt Sodergren. 10/10 would highly recommend. Sodergren has done it again. Wow I loved this so much. I could not put it down. When he revealed this book a few months ago, I wasn't sure if I was going to like it, but at this point I don't know why I would ever doubt Sodergren. 10/10 would highly recommend.

  18. 4 out of 5

    LucyBlackbird

    A quick read, but one with a punch. It had its moments of stretching possibilities but overall that didn't really matter because I was ready for every minute of it. A quick read, but one with a punch. It had its moments of stretching possibilities but overall that didn't really matter because I was ready for every minute of it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    E

    What are you going to do when a gang of satanic bikers roll into town on your 70th birthday? Leave them well alone, if you know what's good for you. Unless of course they don't give that option. Satanists in leather jackets, an isolated town and an man who needs to remind himself that age is just a number. Great writing, great characters and utter carnage rips through small town America in this latest from David Sodergren. What are you going to do when a gang of satanic bikers roll into town on your 70th birthday? Leave them well alone, if you know what's good for you. Unless of course they don't give that option. Satanists in leather jackets, an isolated town and an man who needs to remind himself that age is just a number. Great writing, great characters and utter carnage rips through small town America in this latest from David Sodergren.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Eric

  21. 5 out of 5

    Megan Price

  22. 4 out of 5

    Adam Wilson

  23. 4 out of 5

    Andy Hatchfield

  24. 5 out of 5

    Joe Hampton

  25. 5 out of 5

    Joe

  26. 5 out of 5

    John Fitzgerald

  27. 4 out of 5

    julia b harry

  28. 4 out of 5

    Greg Chandler

  29. 4 out of 5

    Justin

  30. 4 out of 5

    Alex Phair

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