Matthew Keith lives with his wife, two children and jackabee "Elvis" in Kentucky.
He loves dogs, good music, and good movies.
Elaina J Davidson
on Aug. 04, 2016 :
The concept of a whole other way of living while in the world of dreams had me grabbing this read. When Paul falls asleep at sunset he wakes up to into a world where no one can see him. Yup, you know you want to find out what happens! Enter Astralis, a sleep disorder clinic with a massive secret, and you will be hooked.
This is a read young adults will particularly enjoy, although I believe it is also suited to all ages. It does meander a bit here and there when I wished for the pace to pick up a bit, but overall this is an imaginative and affective story. Well done to the author!
(review of free book)
on May 23, 2013 :
I really liked Watchers of the Night. After the first couple of chapters, I didn't want to put it down. I liked the main character Paul in particular. Though he's only 18, he is the strength at the center of this book and a person easy to respect. He has problems like most main characters, but is smart enough to think through the problems that assault him and strong enough to do what is necessary to solve challenges. A fast read, Watchers of the Night should appeal to a broad spectrum of readers. By the time I finished Watchers, I was really involved with the story and the characters and now I'm anxiously waiting for the next book in the series.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)