Whisper A Scream: Noche Files I

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A supernatural thriller with demons, cults, and time-traveling nightmares becomes an intense thrill-ride of suspense, seizing you until the last page, with an addictive story that falls off the edge of horror. Dread seeps into your soul as you awaken to find yourself walking down the mysterious path, cowering at the sights and sounds encountered. Pray your voice is heard as you Whisper A Scream. More

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About Pete Turner

Pete Turner wrote his first novella in 7th grade. In his adolescence and early adulthood, he focused on writing lyrics and playing drums in various Christian rock bands. Screaming Archangel was the most well-known. He has tried his hand in many facets of published writing: short stories, poetry, newspaper articles, and Christian rock lyrics.

In 2010, he published his first novel, Whisper A Scream- which became the #1 Customer-Rated Horror and #1 Occult Horror Novel on Amazon.

Pete lives in Kentucky with his wife, Tammi and their four children. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, with an MA in Counseling from Eastern Kentucky University (1999) and a BA in Psychology and Pastoral Counseling from Oral Roberts University (1997). He has worked in many avenues in the mental health, social work, grief therapy, Christian Counseling fields, and currently an adolescent psychotherapist.

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Terry Crawford Palardy reviewed on Feb. 1, 2012

This was my novice reading in the Christian Horror genre, and it was quite an introduction. Demons, angels, preachers, therapists, fire and brimstone, mystery, curses, scriptures, religious history, revelations, time travel, dream-scapes ... it was a mystery with an elusive target. What was he searching for? What was he finding? Who could be trusted, and who could not?

Pete Turner displayed a wealth of knowledge and a breadth of scriptural stories and quotes . He weaves a tale of humanity vs. the supernatural, of friendship vs faith, and of some family members lost and mourned, and others simply set aside for the time being. A hint of history and a splash of natural settings and he has set the scene for a pyrotechnic drama on a nearly blank canvas.

There were some typos, some fragments, and a dialect that was somewhat jarring, but all of these blended gradually more gracefully into the story as the reader continued to follow the main character to his destiny.

I am glad I continued with the character to the end ... but will let you read it to see why. Four Stars from a first time Christian Horror reader!
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
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