October/November 2015 Book Reviews

Here is what you can expect to see in October/November of 2015

Twisted by Uvi Poznansky

Synopsis Straight from Amazon:

In this unique collection, discover diverse tales, laden
with shades of mystery. Come into a dark, strange world, a
hyper-reality where nearly everything is firmly rooted in the
familiar—except for some quirky detail that twists the yarn, and
takes it for a spin in an unexpected direction.

This is the reality you will see in hell, through the eyes of a ghost
of a woman trying to reclaim her name by appealing to the devil; the
eyes of a clay figure of a woman, about to be fired in the kiln,
longing for her Creator; the eyes of a woman in the midst of a free
fall, about to become a ghost; and the eyes of a feline creature with
cracked fangs, trying in vain to resign herself, by hook and by crook,
to being locked. These characters explore their identity, and
challenge their fate.

Inspired by her art and by literature, these tales come from different
times and places. Yet all of them share one thing in common: an
unusual mind, one that is twisted. So prepare yourself: keep the
lights on.


The Dead Game by Susanne Leist

Synopsis Straight from Amazon:

Book 1 in Series

Can you feel your heart beating? Is it beating too fast? Do you feel trapped? This
is because you are. You’re standing in a pool of water, in the basement of End
House, wearing your party clothes. But there is no party, no host and no
guests. The door behind you locks shut. The only way is forward, through the
falling cages with their sharp edges, ready to ensnare their next victim.
Circular saws begin to descend, looking for heads to slice off.

Meanwhile, Linda is upstairs with the rest of her friends being pursued by creatures
through revolving rooms. Or are they illusions? What should she do?


The owner of End House takes no prisoners.

The Dead Game has begun.


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