Eldritchville

Rated 3.67/5 based on 3 reviews
John Elderberry was just trying to take his daughter's friend home... only to find himself lost in the storm of a town that should not be. More
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About Shawn O'Toole

Shawn O'Toole is an avid reader who expresses his love of literature by writing his own. Though his favorite works are classical fiction, most of his actual reading is historical or scientific non-fiction. He combines his inspirations to create yarns that are fantastic yet believable. He is restless and eager, so one need not wait to delve into his adventures.

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Review by: Blush Erotica on Feb. 24, 2015 :
I had to read this in one sitting, even though I should be working. Any time I tried, it sucked me back in, even making me forget what I was working on. Very dangerous to read when you should be doing something else. Strangely written and hops around a lot, but it's gripping. Jarring and surprising ending. Didn't know what I expected, and it seemed a bit anticlimactic. What happened to everyone else? Was it all just a dream? Again, asks a lot of questions with no real answers, but it was still entertaining. If this was a movie, I would certainly watch it.
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Review by: norainwonderland on Dec. 03, 2013 :
Confusing.
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Review by: Donald White on Oct. 10, 2013 :
What would a man give for his soul? A simple drive leads John Elderberry, his daughter Grace and her best friend Annie into a town that should not be: Eldritchville.

The author takes us to a place where the barriers have broken, and the inhumanity of humanity is on display. Wolves hunt sheep, and monsters roam the streets. One man’s slow descent into madness is clearly seen in vivid detail.

The two girls are morsels of innocence in the midst of this wicked stew. Grace will learn a terrible truth, and her awful destiny: for magic has a price, and the Teacher intends to exact said toll in his pursuit of power.

John Elderberry will face his worst enemy: himself. Can he hold onto his sanity? Or will he be consumed by a fire that destroys from within? Trapped in a town that should not be, one man struggles to save his soul. But how much blood will be shed for him to be made pure?
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