In the Hands of the Unknown

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The dead girl in the morgue wasn’t more than ten years old.
As a Field Researcher within the FBI, agent Miriam Goldblum has seen many tragic deaths, but this girl… she was special. She had been eaten alive from the inside. More

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Fiction » Horror » Crime
Words: 85,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311864505
About A.E. Hellstorm

A.E. Hellstorm has always been fascinated by words, especially words that resonate and create images in her mind and soul. Throughout her life there have always been stories coming to her, wanting her to tell them to other people, and characters that follow them, wanting her to give them life. It is her hope that you as a reader will be as enthralled with the characters and the stories as she is.

Also in Series: The Field Researchers

Reviews

Review by: Rian Nejar on Feb. 03, 2016 :
Tense, and gripping, A.E. Hellstorm's 'In the Hands of the Unknown' felt much like a slow and complex X-Files episode with three instead of two interesting protagonists. It includes everything from deadly parasites, macabre crimes, undetectable entities possessing supernatural abilities, and strange cults and gruesome abuse. An ideal cocktail for horror aficionados.

There may well be a gem in this work. Every gem needs some polishing to elicit brilliance, and this work fits the mold. A commendable first-of-a-series effort!
(reviewed 47 days after purchase)

Review by: DanaanBartok on Aug. 21, 2015 :
This piece of writing is a breath of fresh air for pop-culture. This writer does not use the common writing tropes of genre. Instead, the writing is so strong that we as readers get to experience what the protagonists are experiencing. We feel what they feel, hear what they hear. The writing is grounded in the everday sensations - a jingle of keys, a quirky gesture, a colour, a smell of freshly fallen rain.

Another reader described this as better than Stephen King. I fully agree.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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