March 25, 2012 @ 3:57 PM
What if there was a cure for being a zombie and you remembered who you ate? I suppose you would need therapy.... Dr. Victor Frenzel is such a therapist, charged with listening to the survivors’ guilt, detailing how they “turned” (a term used for describing the changeover from “normal human” to zombie) and their first human meal. Little do they know that Victor has his own agenda... Stunningly startling graphic descriptions color this horrifying realistic allegory about how tragedy changes us and our view of those we love and hold dear. Zane Bradey laces humor with horror in a memorable series of case studies entwined with an intriguing “what if” plot.
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March 17, 2012 @ 11:12 PM
Pastor Charlie is frightening from the first page of Hand of God, more so due to his assertion that he is performing his violent deeds because he is working in tandem with God. His calm and cynical narration of the acts, often laced with twisted humor, lends credence to the point that he feels he is doing what he truly believes is right and just. The fact that he is a man of the cloth compounds the possibility that Pastor Charlie could be in any town, any church, watching our misdeeds and exacting a punishment at the perceived direction from God.
However, it turns out that Pastor Charlie’s mission is not as simple as he thinks.... this is a stunning and captivating novel about the human struggle with spirituality and belief .........
March 10, 2012 @ 10:09 AM
“Living the dream” usually comes with a price, as Steve Bichard’s Kindle version clearly demonstrates. As an American, I had a difficult time “getting” some of the references at first, but the context provided in the plot subtleties quickly had me catching on and empathizing with these “ex-pats”, Linda and Barry, and their desire to improve quality of life through their move to the beautiful French countryside. Once there, they are not necessarily greeted with open arms, mainly due to the snobbery of neighbor Clarissa and some old business of Barry’s (often compounded by his rotten temper!). Intrigue and old secrets, coupled with new complications run rampant, in contrast with the ......
March 3, 2012 @ 7:07 PM
Lucy is a thirty-something nerdy teacher who lives a wasteland of a life. Through circumstance, Lucy makes some changes and begins to find hope and notoriety due to a murder in which she is possibly implicated!
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