Sunday, 15 December 2013

Jennifer Thomas reviews...... Iain Rob Wright

Another wonderful guest post by Jennifer Thomas, she is a great fan of indie authors, this time she is able to give us a good insight into Iain Rob Wright.

This was by far one of the best suspense books on demonic possession I have ever has the pleasure of reading. 

The characters are well detailed and you are able to feel the emotion of each one in their roll in the story.

You have it all while reading, a rich and powerful family with a life that has been turned upside down, the man who is their to debunk the fact that evil is at fault and an unlikely priest who not only feels she has lost her path but has her own issues to deal with as she does her best to help young Sammie.

Then to top it all off you have the story twist you will never forget!!

If you like suspense, horror or you are looking for a read you won't be able to put down I highly recommend this novel.

This novel draws you in and the suspense keeps you there. I have never read an apocalyptic book like this one. 

Not only do you get to know the characters but the story allows you to under stand Heaven and Hell through this authors writing.

Hard to believe you could ever be safe in a bar full of scared and angry drunks, right? That is the only safe place left as the world as the characters with in know it.

Warning, if you are sensitive to violence then this book is not for you.

Iain Rob Wright paints a picture through his words of extreme terror and helplessness throughout this entire book. 

What would you do if you suddenly became the victim of a disturbed teenage boy and his friend for no other reason than that he don't like your face? 

How would you feel to have to sit and watch your entire family be tortured for the pleasure of some gang? 

Well pick up this book and live this exact horror through the eyes of Andrew Goodman. This man who has always done his best to be nice to people and never make an enemy in his life. A good hard working man who loves his wife and daughter more than life itself.

Then meet Frankie, a very disturbed young man who hates as much as Andrew loves.

This is a great horror book that will leave you feeling thankful for the love of your family and friends and will also leave you feeling like you have just been through an emotional tornado. 

There were points in this book where I was so afraid to turn the page that I just had to put the book down for a few minutes. I recommend this book for anyone who loves to hang on the edge of their page while reading, but please keep in mind that this book does contain a LOT of violence. 

Please keep that in mind before you get this wonderfully well written book.

This novella is 130 pages but the flow of the words make it fly by, in a good way. 

Jeremy has found himself in a world full of people who are sick and melting. This novella is not as gruesome as you would think. 

There are a few parts that made me cringe, but this book is very well written. I just wish there was a little more to Jeremy's life.

This is an enjoyable read for all horror fans.

Wow!!!! This book is a not stop adrenalin pumping thrill ride of horror and suspense. 

Imagine if you will every animal in the entire world tuning on humans, not just the big bad animals but the cute and fluffy ones as well. Then to make matters worse what if you are stuck with a group of people in a zoo!!!!

All Joe wants to do is protect his son and his new found friends from danger but there is not only madness all around him from the animals but some of the people he is hold up with are borderline insane.

This is an outstanding book with such addictive writing that you will not be able to put it down, and to add to the awesomeness of the book the bonus content is just as good as the book it's self. This is a must read for any horror lover.

I want to give a special thanks to the author Iain Rob Wright. I am so happy to have read your wonderful work and I want to say thank you very much for writing such a wonderful horror that kept my imagination on edge from beginning to end

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