Customer Reviews: The Horns of September
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on May 3, 2012
Normally I am a reader of Western and Adventure novels for the most part, but after this book was suggested to me on Twitter I gave a some time to a horror novel by Wendy Potocki and was very pleasantly surprised. The book grabbed me within the first few pages and and held me like glue. I was thrown headlong into Chuck's complex world of struggling to except what couldn't possibly be real while desperately reaching into a childhood void to retrieve stolen memories holding the key to his sanity. In doing so Chuck is swept into an amazingly evil world of corruption and death with this very same evil threatening to dominate the world we live in today if left unchecked!

I was sad to have to read the last page and I really hope the the author will allow a second look into the darkness Chuck was so intent to expose. I highly recommend this book if you like fast track horror with an actual plot that forces much pondering by the reader as to our future as a society... Gospelity

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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.
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