on November 4, 2012
Horns of September by Wendy Potocki is filled with verbal imagery which captures sights and sounds. The 60's, when the roots of music had outgrown its foundations. I think this is one of the reasons I invested an interest in Chuck right from the beginning, because of his love for music. I won't give away the plot, however, I do love how Wendy has woven in Chuck's childhood memories as a source of some saving grace. Evil, death and corruption are all present and resonate a sense of reality as you continue to read your way through the story.
This novel will draw you in and keep you engaged right until the very end. Vacen Taylor.