Mid Harvest Road (Jacob Kearns Series, Part I, The Prequel)

Rated 4.43/5 based on 7 reviews
She has got the right looks with all the Southern sass. She can charm the toughest men of Atlanta. But she must now fight for her sanity before Harvest end.
My life was tragic enough before I got pulled into this horror story. I am talking about that night on the old back road with them creatures or I think something happened. I ain’t sure no more!
I don’t know what’s wrong with me. More
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About Jonuel Negron

Are the craziest paranormal stories written by the by the craziest authors? I will answer that once I have finished my coffee.

But for now let me share a little about myself so you get an idea of what you’re getting into with my stories.
I can honestly say I wrote my first self-publish horror story while in Afghanistan to help my stress levels.
I spend my days consulting my expertise in the IT field.
I spend my nights trying to be a supporting father to a wonderful family.
I suffered for years from nightmares and wrote them down as therapy treatment.
Now, I translate those nightmares into my stories for all to read and enjoy.

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Mid Harvest Road
She has got the right looks with all the Southern sass. She can charm the toughest men of Atlanta. But she must now fight for her sanity before Harvest end.

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iwagane reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

This story makes me think twice before taking a dark back road. The scares, dialogue and story twists dropped in here were fun to read and kept me entertained for a while. I was left with a few questions after reading this.
What exactly was the Harvest? OK, it was evident people were getting killed. But was Sarah the Harvest or were the people the harvest? Anyone’s guess but I liked it, if they actually were getting killed because no one else saw it.
What was the deal with the Vanity set? She couldn’t do anything that didn’t involve using the vanity set. It was like the middle of her world and everything revolved around it. Another thing was how she knew how to deal with ex-con’s. Did this girl only date total jerks? Is that why she was so tough?
I think it is clear I liked it. It made me think of a few things.
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krattiger58 reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

Twists and turns are the basis of this story. I would call it a horror story but it also was a mental thriller. You really don’t know if everything that happened to Sarah during the flat tire was real or not. It did give her a mental work over and she really didn’t know how to cope with it.
It was an entertaining story up to the end. I think any woman who has worked as a waitress at a bar would enjoy this story. It seems like those women tend to be tougher or at least that is what I got from the story.
I keep wondering what happened to Sarah’s mother and her friend? She was not the same at the end of the story. And was the mirror also magical or was that in her head?
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Mohsin Iqbal reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

It was between a horror story and a psychological thriller. Some parts had monsters, other parts did not have any monsters. I was not sure if Sarah was the monster or not. I liked how the story combined both elements but it did not make it clear if the monsters were real.
Character accents very southern American heavy, almost like you get from TV shows like Tru Blood. The language was adult but the kind you get in horror movies. I don’t think in horror movies when you are scared you talk very clean.
It was an enjoyable read and I think I could read more from this author. Not everyone will be a fan of this type of stories but I like stories that are more adult scary. I also like stories that surprise me like this one. The ending felt temporary. Is there a sequel?
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Jeb Scar reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

I got to admit this was good. I will say the writer may need expand on the ending. You get one hooked in and the ending was good but you know something else is going to happen.

That I think is the writing style, to you hooked so you red part 2. Horror was more mental but still the twists of the story keep you in it. I'll give you 5 stars.
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WandaB9 reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

Hi everyone, I’m new here and this is my first review.
I read the two reviews this story had because one liked it and one hated it. So I decided, what the heck I am going to read this Free book for myself.
I am glad I did! I liked it!
Maybe it’s my southern fondness or maybe its because I like a good scare. This was a good story, I enjoyed the little twists it had to it. If you think about it, what girl isn’t going to be mad getting pulled into a horror story? I think the writing was just fine, and since I lived in Atlanta I can tell the writer did lived here some.

I did get scared in a few spots of the story and to be honest I rather have a read where a girl fights back some then just waiting around to get saved. This got 5 stars from me and I can’t wait to read the next one.
I hope this helps!
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Moda Mahones reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

Bizarre and spooky! A Short read but very entertaining to follow Sarah on what is real and what is imagination. The dialogue is diverse with multiple characters, heavy on the American southern slang and more adult orientated.

The horror is spaced out and it plays out more like a psychological thriller, even though there is evidently paranormal scenes. An experienced horror reader can figure out the story revolves around her mind breaking down into different personalities and wouldn’t require the grade school necessity of an explanation on ever little aspect of an emotional outburst. I really enjoyed the read and how it ended.

To truly review this story you have to touch on the horror and twists of it. If you get hung up on just one aspect and not mention the application of the genre, then you really didn’t do anything.

I think I will follow this series.
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Catherine G. reviewed on on Jan. 3, 2017

We begin our journey with Sarah who has just gotten a flat tire, early in the morning. Sarah is 22 years old and she talks to herself a lot. To me, she kind of seems very angry and violent. Of course, in the beginning, that's likely due to the events. However, she's even vicious towards her alarm clock; “She kicked it violently until it went silent.”. It's a somewhat messy novel. There are a lot of scenes that felt unnecessary, as well as dialogue and swearing. The bad language especially; at first it was fine because it's used to show her anger at the situation. However, later uses just get annoying and make her seem really rude, especially in conversation with others. To me, the author has paid too much time and effort trying to make Sarah good looking and sexy, rather than paying attention to setting up a proper plot and events.

Overall, it was pretty dull and Sarah just felt like a really annoying character, despite being the protagonist. She's aggressive and overly sexual, neither of which have much appropriate explanation. I don't think I'll continue with the series as this still needed a lot of work.
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