domingo, 16 de abril de 2017

Review: The Final Reconciliation



Blurb
33958141TAKE OFF YOUR MASK.

Thirty years ago, a progressive rock band called The Yellow Kings began recording what would become their first and final album. Titled “The Final Reconciliation,” the album was expected to usher in a new renaissance of heavy metal, but it was shelved following a tragic concert that left all but one dead.

The sole survivor of that horrific incident was the band’s lead guitarist, Aidan Cross, who’s kept silent about the circumstances leading up to that ill-fated performance—until now.

For the first time since the tragedy, Aidan has granted an exclusive interview to finally put rumors to rest and address a question that has haunted the music industry for decades: What happened to The Yellow Kings?

The answer will terrify you.

Inspired by The King in Yellow mythos first established by Robert W. Chambers, and reminiscent of cosmic horror by H. P. Lovecraft, Laird Barron, and John Langan, comes The Final Reconciliation—a chilling tale of regret, the occult, and heavy metal by Todd Keisling.
Language
English
Series
standalone
Reading Format
audio book
Review
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audio book by the author, narrator or publisher.

it was an amazing tale, liked it so much. one of the things that was more enticing for me was the magic part it was so mystical and interesting, now the way they got tricked was a little weird but understandable.

I think one have the potential to be a must cult book, really a wonderful plot with interesting characters and a little of mythology.
Rating
9

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sábado, 15 de abril de 2017

Review: Infected: and Other Short Stories



Blurb
34462302Four short stories of horror, occult and the paranormal.

"Infected" - Jacob begins to feel and act strangely after a chance encounter with an attractive young woman the night before.

"Harry" - Harry can't remember how he got to the scene of the accident, or what he was doing before the accident happens. When he finds out, he will wish that he still didn't remember.

"The Servants" - Madeline is rich and very arrogant. So arrogant, that she fires her human servants and replaces them with robotic servants...with deadly consequence.

"The Visit" - A woman awakes to find her Marine Corps son standing at her bedside. He is on his way back to base after returning from deployment in Afghanistan. They spend the next few hours talking about and reliving the past.
Language
English
Series
n/a
Reading Format
audio book
Review
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audio book by the author, narrator or publisher.

the tales were so interesting really, you could submerge yourself on them pretty fast and they were truly chilling.

I liked how the author toyed with lots of different ideas and make them a whole
Rating
7

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viernes, 14 de abril de 2017

Review: Hounds of God



Blurb
33147310A FAST-PACED WEREWOLF AND VAMPIRE FILLED THRILL-RIDE
Torn from her parents at a young age, Katherine is raised in a pack of werewolves like herself and brought into the ways of the Hounds of God: An army of werewolves that will bring justice to evildoers.

But when their leader is killed and everything Katherine has believed is thrown on its head, she sets off with a small group of friends in search of a cure to what she now believes is a curse.

This search for a cure leads her to a fight for survival where she’s challenged to embrace the beast within. Will she give up everything to stop the nefarious army of werewolves, betraying those she once considered family?
Language
English
Series
Cursed Night - Book 1
Reading Format
audio book
Review
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audio book by the author, narrator or publisher.

it was pretty good, after the short of Xmas night, this was pretty interesting since you know a little background for Kath and all, it had a lots of twists this one that were very welcomed.

the narrator voice was nice too, I could feel the emotions surging within her voice.

the plot and premise of the book is pretty cool they have werewolf's, vampires, humas trying to help but something I noticed was the little cameos here and there, they were fun, lol Nora Roberts, and that did make it pretty enjoyable for me actually that they were on a quest of their own but since they were teenagers and such they didn't knew that much of the world but were learning fast.

a delectable reading and hearing.
Rating
7

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