My Review I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I liked it even more than the first in the series. Suzanne and Jessie are trying to figure out what they are going to do now that the chupacabra is presumed to be dead; however since this is a trilogy it is safe to assume that…
You wouldn’t know it by simply glancing at my blog, but I am actually a fan of Westerns and Horror. Mostly, I watch Bonanza and scary movies so I am not a super fan, but I do like those genres, and I really liked Night of the Chupacabra.
Someone who has read fewer romances and watched almost no ghost movies, probably would have enjoyed Mary Hades more than I did.
I freaked out after I read the synopsis for this book. I will admit that it was the similarities to Dexter that attracted me to this story. This book, however, was not Dexter,and that is a good thing.
This book reminded me a lot of those coming of age movies from the 80’s and early 90’s, and that’s a good thing.
I read this book about a year ago and at the time I was fairly new to zombies. I have watched the occasional movie, and I think I have read one or two Young Adult books involving zombies
This was great! It was just like the perfect scary movie in the form of a book! All of the descriptions were so vivid that it was easy to become lost in the story and just go along for the ride.
This is a great little Halloween read for all ages!
When the story begins, the main character, Aiden, is forced to leave his mother; and move back into his childhood home, so he can live with his father who he hasn’t seen since he was a small child.