The Blood Knows
on Oct. 09, 2011
I was spellbound by this story. I knew there was a reason I liked crows. >:)
on Oct. 19, 2011
This is the very first full-lenth zombie novel I have read. It will not be my last, especially if it is by Carl Hose.
The characters are brought to life so well that you really mourn for those who don't make it.
The White Van
on Oct. 24, 2011
This is a story that with keep you on the edge of your seat. The emotions are raw and intense, you FEEL like you're in the story.
I do believe that Eric Gustafson outdid himself with this book.
It kept me in rapt, on the edge of my seat attention.
There are only three main characters, Liam/Billy/Willy, Kenny, and Rich. Granted, Rich is dead, but he's still a major character.
You never know weather any of this is real, or psychological. Whatever it is, is awesome.
I HIGHLY recommend this book.
P.S. You may not want to play with Little Green Soldiers anymore either.
This story is the second, in a series, that I have read. The external events are the same as Apt. 305, but from a different perspective.
This one is about a timid little man, who is suffering from agoraphobia as well as, mysophobia, better known as germaphobia, and he has an appointment with his doctor, at the local Starbucks. This is the account of how that day goes.
Very humorous and kinda creepy. I really recommend that you read this story.
Wow... Robert just keeps them coming.
This story was from the viewpoint of 23 year old Tommy. His life is totally screwed., so he's sitting on the ledge contemplating his situation.
If these stories are leading up to something larger, I can't wait to read it. You should really read all three of these stories.