M.J.A. Ware, known as MJ to his friends, lives in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains with his wife and two daughters. When not writing about aliens, monsters and ghosts, he runs a company where he designs award winning video arcades. He's currently polishing his latest novel, Super Zombie Juice Mega Bomb, about friends who take on an army of the undead, armed with nothing but Super Soakers--filled with zombie killing juice.
on Aug. 11, 2011 :
No Way Out features three stories.
The first one was quite different. I wouldn't go so far as to say it was spooky but it was interesting. I kind of expected it to go a certain way but then it did the opposite of what I thought it would, so that was an enjoyable surprise. The ending had me a little confused for a while too. I had to sit and think about it for a few minutes.
The second story I couldn't really get into. Mostly because there was a lot about baseball cards in it and I don't really know anything about baseball cards so it distracted me from the point of the story right until the end when I realised that the focus wasn't on that part of the story. Other than that, it was quite a clever story.
I think the third and final story was my favourite. It was quite interesting in that, this one was actually quite creepy. I tend to get spooked easily by things that are creepy and this last story had me feeling a little nervous.
Overall, I quite enjoyed the book. It was a nice quick read and I look forward to finding more stories from this author.
(review of free book)