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Book Review: The Blackest Heart – Author Vince Churchill


by Vince Churchill
(Northern Frights Publishing)

Descending from deep space like locusts, Yardon Wrath and his murderous band of mutants, the Plague, terrorize an isolated colony. Legendary lawman Thane Bishop is brutally beaten to death in front of his family by the inhuman psychopath he helped create. But the macabre half-man, half-machine’s sinister plans call for much more than murder.
Much more…
Offered an unholy alliance with an entity from an alternate existence, Thane Bishop rises from the grave, his lust for revenge matched only by his adversary’s own twisted plans for retribution.
All that’s left for two men more dead than alive.
The Blackest Heart
Death is just the beginning.

How much fun can you have reading a book? Pick up a copy of Vince Churchill’s “The Blackest Heart” and I guarantee it will be the most fun you’ve had reading a book this year.

In what I would call a sci-fi, western, monster extravaganza Mr. Churchill has put together a pedal to the metal over the top adventure that maintains a break neck pace throughout.

I love thoughtful, provocative literary horror as much as the next person but sometimes you need a story that just takes you away from the mundane pace of everyday life and thrusts you into the front seat of the world’s highest and fastest roller coaster.

As our summer reaches the dog days of August and you are looking for something to blow your mind, “The Blackest Heart” would be an excellent choice and I highly recommend it.

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