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- Publisher: Greywood Bay (March 14, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 14, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J0WLX1E
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A Hollow Dream: Eternal Autumn takes you on a thrill ride as Aiden awakes from one nightmare only to find himself thrust into another, many times more disjointed and frightening. I will not go into any of the story, but to say that Van Way takes you on a ride of which you will be questioning everything you have expected a novel to possess, as the story has you on a near non-ending run through a fantasy laden, horror filled tale to where you will never quite settle down for a breather. Van Wey has become one of my favorite new amazon e-book writers, and if you love breathless adventure and ever changing plotlines then you should take a chance and sit down with this new thriller of a novel. I have never been disappointed with any of his writings, and I venture to say that you will not either. The man has mad writing skills!
This is Book Two in the Hollow Dream series, The first one was a 124 page novella, titled A Hollow Dream of Summer's End. It was fantastically horrifying. A pure horror novel, with Aiden as the main protagonist, and his two buddies, Brian and Freddie. It is a terrific (and terrifying) fast read. Though you can read this book without reading the first, I think that the first book gives you insight into the characters and how Aiden got where he is and I recommend reading Book One first. Let me say that I am more a fan of horror than fantasy, and this second book, though horrifying in its own way, strays more into fantasy, as it takes Aiden into a different world. Although I knew this before I began reading, I prepared myself not to be as taken with this book. In fact, as it started I found myself thinking this is straying away from the Van Wey I love so much. It takes Aiden into a different world, like some kind of different and scary afterlife. When horror is put in a fantasy setting, I usually find it less horrifying, because I find it less relatable. But as the story unfolded, I found myself totally enthralled by the characters and the plot and at the end I was riveted to every word. The first book had an ending that said you could stop here, or go on to see what would develop. Indeed, you can do that. This book has an ending that begs for more exposition and I must read the next book when it comes out. I gather there will be two more books in the series. I generally don't go for series books, but will make an exception with Mr. Van Wey. As to spelling errors (I didn't notice grammatical errors), I have gotten so used to them in Kindle books that I take them in stride and don't hold them against the author, unless they become unbearable. If you are a fan of horror, and enjoy exceptional writing, you can't go wrong with this book or any book by Andrew Van Wey. If you don't want to get into a series and are a horror fan, read Forsaken, by all means, if you haven't read it yet.
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This sequel is just as good as the first book. I enjoyed it very much.Read more