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Book Review: The Lurking Man – Author Keith Rommel

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The Lurking Man So what happen to us when we die (or get close to death)? Well Cailean is about to find out in Keith Rommel’s new book the Lurking Man the second book in his Thanatology series. This book like the Cursed Man takes us deep into dark reaches of the human mind. The book starts with Cailean finding herself standing inside a circle of light surround by darkness. Then from that impenetrable darkness … Continue reading

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Book Review: Shadows in Flight – Author Orson Scott Card

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Shadows in Flight By Orson Scott Card Lost in space with nothing to do. That was what was running through my head as I listened to disc after disc of this audio book. Shadows in flight just does not go anywhere. The story starts out in a ship hurtling through space at light speed with three children Ender, Carlotta, Sergeant, and their father Bean. Now these children and their father have a genetic mutation which … Continue reading

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Book Review: Dark Highway – Author Dan Thomas

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Dark Highway Sometimes life gets bad, then it gets even worse, then you die. Dark highway by Dan Thomas is a story about a man named Tom Turley whose life flows down a road littered with disappointment and grief. A salesman for a furnace company Tom can never seem to catch a break in life though all those motivational tapes he listens to tell him to “Make a miracle happen. You can do it!” “Say … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Cursed Man – Author Keith Rommel

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THE CURSED MAN by Keith Rommel A vehicle came to an abrupt stop in the northbound lane, halting traffic in that direction. Alister watched the driver, a young woman, exit her vehicle and train her eyes on him. She crossed over the southbound lane without yielding to traffic and stopped before Alister. “You’ve been heard,” she said, and she smiled. Her eyes appeared unfocused and her actions seemed controlled “I hope you’re ready for this.” … Continue reading

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Book Review: Night Shivers – Author Ed Pessalano

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Night Shivers Night Shivers by Ed Pessalano is like walking down a well-worn path through an ancient forest. As a child the tall trees with their withered branches scared us like long skeleton arms reaching out to grab us, but as an adult there just old trees. The book itself is a compilation of short (sometimes very short) stories. Night Shivers is very reminiscent of Scary Stories told in the Dark but missing the parts … Continue reading

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