Sunday, September 21, 2014

Desolace by Lucian Barnes [SBM Review]


A serial killer is loose in Misty Hollows, Ohio and Katie Johnson is sure that her friend Julie has been abducted by this madman. As she searches for her friend, Katie finds an unexpected ally in the ghost of one of the killers victims and soon finds herself transported to a completely foreign time and place. She only hopes that she can find Julie before it's too late.
Please note that this book contains adult material that may not be suitable for younger readers.

This is an experience. I was terrified right from the start. I actually had to put the book down a few times just to catch my breath. I enjoyed the two points of view of the book. Barnes lets us watch the killer make his plans and execute it. Our heroine is young and so brave. We get follow her in her quest to save not only her friend, but future victim of the killer. This book not only gave me the "creeps', but it gave me nightmares as well. I can't wait to continue the journey in Barnes's world. If you love horror stories you can't miss this book! 

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