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H.O.T.E.L. [Kindle Edition]

Brian M.W.
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Book Description

H.O.T.E.L. is an acronym that I created meaning H:Hunt, O:Observe, T:Track, E:Eliminate, and L:Learn. These are the rules of the hunter; the life guide of a demented billionaire who has decided that the only way to fulfill his life's ambition is to hunt humans. However, no one has ever tried to do it like this before. He builds a hotel that is like a human roach trap, wherein, people check in but they don't check out. Before he hunts down and kills his prey, he wants to be sure that they are worthy of his attention. So he tests them within the confines of his hotel by seeing if they can survive his death traps. Even if they temporarily escape the inevitable, they have only earned the right to be hunted to the death. Jason Hastor lost his mind in Africa. May God help him to find it again.

DID YOU KNOW THAT ALL THAT YOU HAVE TO DO IS CLICK ON THE BOOK COVER ON THIS PAGE, AND YOU CAN READ THE FIRST CHAPTER? ENJOY!

Note to the critics:

http://brianmwforever.blogspot.com/2012/12/note-to-very-few-people-who-have.html

Read the 1st chapter of my next Psychological Thriller HERE:

http://brianmwforever.blogspot.com/2013/02/preview-of-my-new-novel-home-of-man-1st.html

Follow me on Twitter: @Brianmwforever

REVIEWS:

Su Dan wrote

well written piece told with great pace, thought and skill...interesting story and back ground...
on my watchlist...
read SEASONS...

W.D.Lady wrote

I happened to be browsing around for interesting titles/pitches and happened to come across this one. Read your profile and I think you're right somewhat. I don't see a lot of African American writers who write horror/thriller, not to say that they don't exist out there, but not the level of fame such as Steven King and Dean Koontz. I've read books like The Color Purple by Alice Walker, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Ntozake Shange, and many others who I can't remember this very moment. I've added you to my watchlist, so I'll be checking out this book since it sounds very exciting! :)

kendra ann ziems wrote

finished reading. like your gross and creepy description and movement of storyline. thanks for the good read! would appreciate some input on mine if you have time, thanks!


RichardBard wrote

Brian, Your pitch promises a most unusual thriller, and your first chapter did not disappoint. You create a mounting sense of tension and intrigue that make me want to read more. You have an incredible imagination and I like your unusual writing style. Congratulations. Backed.

Richard Bard
BRAINRUSH (2010 ABNA Quarter-Finalist)

Owen Quinn wrote

very good start. i thought the imagery was stunning, very vivid backed by good dialogue and fluid narrative. i adore books like this but some are crap. This is not. Top notch atmosphere with enough hooks to carry readers forward. Brilliant.

lionel25 wrote

Brian, I read your prologue and first chapter. Good use of a creative imagination. An overall, smooth read.

Read more reviews and excerpts on the Harper Collin's site "Authonomy"

http://authonomy.com/writing-community/profile/c51777f6-474a-4130-bf6a-bd2fd4c7fa71/brianmwforever/


Editorial Reviews

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"Some movies have you on the edge of you seat wanting more... you just can't stop looking... you want to know what happens next and you won't be satisfied until you see it to the end. Well, there are books that have you turning from page to page. You just can't get enough. One of those books is  H.O.T.E.L. by Brian M.W." - Agasa Elitou INFINITE MAGAZINE infinitemagazine.blogspot.com/2008/03/book-review-hotel.html

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Product Details

  • File Size: 733 KB
  • Print Length: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Brian M. Worley; 2nd edition (January 18, 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0049P22LM
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,446,879 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Has potential July 13, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
let me try to make it fast and painless. I downloaded this book awhilst ago and just now finished it. Thats not to say its bad and uneventful. Its too event full...

Too much detail about the smallest things. It needed to get to the meat of the story much sooner. And chop the length down some. Many unneeded words, but intriguing storyline.

After that being said I may consider checking out the authors upcoming novel No Man's Home (i think was the title).

M.w. Has potential to bud as a horror/thriller writer, less fluff needed.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Aweful November 9, 2012
By aredkin
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I tried to read this as a free Kindle book, and all I kept thinking about is whether it's almost done. The beginning was catchy, it could have had a great story. The idea was there. Everything else, however seemed to be missing. As the story progressed, the main characters were so underdeveloped, and the minor characters were written about in so much depth that it felt like a straight to DVD C-actor plot was being set up right before your eyes. Just like a cable network's "original movie", it had plenty of sexual encounters, most of which not making any sense. When you thought that something interesting was almost happening, the writer completely killed it in the next chapter. This book, if available in paperback, can be used for kindling. If digital version is the only thing available then use it to pass grammar and spelling 101 on college.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Riveting July 22, 2014
By mslynne
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The cat and mouse game was interesting and imaginative. I would have preferred to know if the press showed up and how Jacky fared emotionally.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Valentine June 20, 2012
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I loved this book it had me on the edge of my seat all the way through, it reminded me of how I felt everytime I read a Dean Koontz novel. This book is a must read for anyone who loves a good thriller.
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4.0 out of 5 stars entertaining January 9, 2013
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Very entertaining fast paced book that never seemed to drag through the story. Had a hard time putting my kindle app down all weekend because I wanted to see what happened next.
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