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- Publisher: Crossroad Press; 1 edition (June 16, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071H2RDHC
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Craig Spector: So Far Kindle Edition
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Hunker down, you are safe with me...
Mr Spector's SO FAR is the omnibus edition of three of his novels of dark fiction --
A Question of Will, Underground, and Turnaround.
Available for the first time in this single volume CRAIG SPECTOR: SO FAR.
I am not going to be a spoiler.
I hate that.
Reviews with spoilers-no thanks....
I am going to give you readers a taste of what I love about the three books in CRAIG SPECTOR: SO FAR, I hope you enjoy these novels as much as I.
And if you find (after you've read the books) that I gave away too much in the review please message me, I will make the appropriate corrections.
I give my opinion, my own opinion, I intend not to spoil anything for the new reader.
I hate spoilers.
I am a firm believer in the reader's mind, and if you want the goods, you need to read the books.
Let's chat about the three novels in CRAIG SPECTOR: SO FAR.
A QUESTION OF WILL:
A Question of Will is a truly great book. Not only as horror, but on a very real world level.
The first time I read it, I just got sucked in.
I was repelled, I have children, it made me upset.
I just had to hunker down and enjoy the ride.
The second time I read A QUESTION OF WILL I was much more guarded.
I am afraid of reading this book again but I don't want to put it down...
The third time I read the book I was able to enjoy it on a simple human and family level, and it devastated me...
Without giving away too much, imagine you and those friends of yours from a decade ago, reuniting to fight for one of your own. This book is gory with a side order of magic.
Is it a haunted house story?
And my favorite aspect of this novel is that whenever you think you know who (or what) you can count on you find out quickly that things are not what you thought.
Perhaps the best book in this omnibus, Spector again takes us deep into this real world of horror that we all live in,
(a world Spector thrives in),
and then he viciously pulls the carpet out from under us.
I think at several times in my life, I have been just like
Eric Best is a guy just like me, and I hate that.
Eric Best may not really be The Best, but he is a good man (mostly), and he works hard at his job, until he begins to allow himself to envision things far beyond his cubicle. And then changes begin to happen....
I always love dichotomy, and that is what is so wonderful about Craig Spector's novels contained in SO FAR.
These books are not what I EXPECTED to read from the Master Of Splatterpunk.
These books sneak up upon the readers and then rip the their hearts out.
These books are beautiful, in a way. They read like we live real life, every day.
Spector always plays to your innermost fears,
the deep dark real-world fears you have every day,
the fears that you tell yourself will never happen to you...
And what this book is... enjoy