Also by this author: , , , CASTLE OF SORROWS
Published by Samhain Publishing Genres: Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Thriller
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This crazy cult story was a lot of fun! This was my first Jonathan Janz book, but it will not be my last.
This was a fast paced tale about Joe and his family, (wife Michelle and daughter Lily). I became a big fan of Joe throughout this story. Mostly because all of his problems started due to one good deed: stopping a woman from abusing her toddler at a gas station. Once he stops her and the police arrive, his whole life goes to hell.
I enjoy stories about cults and satanic worship and all that good stuff. (Rosemary’s Baby still gives me the creeps!) Mr. Janz put alI the elements together here in a perfect way. I LOVED how this story was told and there was one scene that freaked me the hell out, and it happened well before the denouement. I like that there were scary portions like this all throughout the story.
Speaking of the denouement though, I did feel that the story went a bit over the top towards the end, and as a result, lost some of its believability. Other than that, I have no complaints about this tale.
Overall, I enjoyed the hell out of his book! I will not be waiting very long to check out more of Jonathan’s work.
Highly recommended for fans of stories about cults and satanic worship!
I was provided a free eARC of this story by Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. This is it!
About Jonathan Janz
Jonathan Janz is the author of more than a dozen novels and numerous short stories. His work has been championed by authors like Joe R. Lansdale, Jack Ketchum, and Brian Keene; he has also been lauded by Publishers Weekly, the Library Journal, and the School Library Journal. His novel Children of the Dark was chosen by Booklist as a Top Ten Horror Book of the Year. Jonathan’s main interests are his wonderful wife and his three amazing children. You can sign up for his newsletter (http://jonathanjanz.us12.list-manage….), and you can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Amazon, and Goodreads.
I have reviewed 81 books so far this year.