BY CARL ALVES
A séance gone wrong. A demonic crook unleashed. Who can stop the callous carnage?
A novel for fans (adult and teen) of Stranger Things on TV, Carl Alves’ The Invocation offers a terrifying view of what might happen when a Ouija board is used by a group of fourth grade students.
– amazon review of the invocation
I found this very entertaining and a new look at this type of story. It was refreshing to actually touch on this subject with both humor and humility as well as the typical soul battle of good vs evil.
– amazon review of battle of the soul
– amazon review of blood street:a vampire thriller
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This series started off so strong with God Save the Queen. I enjoyed the concept, the writing style, the characters, and was digging the novel. I was lukewarm about the second entry into the trilogy, but still had hopes for the final addition. Unfortunately, it...
I was glad to see Robert McCammon return to Matthew Corbett and his circa 17th-century novels. I’m both a fan of historical fiction and McCammon, who is one of my all-time favorite writers, making his mark in the horror genre. Making it even better, I had a chance...
Although there were some elements that I liked about The Passage, this novel was flawed in so many ways. For starters, this novel is way overwritten. It’s 766 pages that could be cut in half. There are entire pages that could be chopped, and it would make this a...
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