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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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I LOVE a good horror story and once again, the master of the dark, the zombie king, Jack Wallen has scared the crap out of me. This was one of the best horror stories I have read in a long time. It made my skin crawl in the creepiest, best way possible. The characters, the setting, it was all perfect. I think if Freddy Kruger or Mike Meyers were to read this book, they wouldn't be able to sleep for a week! The great thing about Jack Wallen is that he writes in a way that is not only good for a scare, but he writes so well that you find yourself believing the story. I found myself gasping, shrieking, and jumping with every page.
If you love a great scary story, you will love SCREAMPARK!! And make sure you go and read the rest of the books in Jack Wallen's library. This isn't his only great book ;)
The story has a good, fast pace and the characters are likeable. It's really a good ghost story about spirits out for vengence and has plenty of gory details for a genre fan like me. There aren't any slow parts or disjointed facts or situations to disrupt the story. It has convinced me to read Jack Wallen's other books, starting with the zombies. Overall, ScreamPark is a really fun read and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a good horror story!