Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Enter Night by Richard Schiver ~ review

  • File Size: 226 KB
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Abiss Books (December 14, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English

 December 14, 2012

A night of celebration turns to terror as six friends seek refuge in an abandoned farmhouse and come face to face with their worst nightmares. For there are places even the ghosts of the dead fear. Where nightmares wander the hallways of our dreams, and not every story ends with a happily ever after.

My take on this book:

Six friends are out joyriding in the middle of nowhere when suddenly they think that they hit a woman, but when they get out to investigate they see the damage to the vehicle, but there is no body. When several dog like creatures come out of the woods they find themselves being chased. They ultimately wind up at an old farmhouse where they hope to find refuge but quickly realize that it is anything but! The house seems to be able to discern each persons greatest fear, things from their worst nightmares, and actually cause them to experience it. Will any of the friends make it out of this house of horrors?

Richard Schiver creates a spine chilling horror tale that also keeps the reader in a bit of suspense,because your never sure where or what his characters might experience next! A true wordsmith who is able to project his characters feelings, allowing the reader to feel the sheer terror that the characters felt when they faced their worst nightmares. What makes "Enter Night" totally unique is the way the author gets his scare factor across without using blood and gore to do it. Instead his words paint such a vivid picture providing your imagination enough fuel to figure out what will happen without the gore or gross out factor that sometimes is found in horror! If you enjoy a scary good read, that will send chills down your spine, but keep you reading because you have to know what will happen with each of the characters then you need to read "Enter Night." 

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