Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Book Review of SHADOWS OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN by Graham Brown and Spencer J. Andrews


SHADOWS OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN was written by Graham Brown and Spencer J. Andrews, and published through Blue Lotus Publishing in December, 2013.

The Fallen; souls cursed to a life of vampirism, have been around for millennia, hiding in the shadows, and killing at will. A Holy order, The Righteous Fire, has been around, too, seeking to destroy the Fallen ones, but what is their secret connection to the Nosferatu? And how are both groups connected to an ancient prophecy of doom? Christian, a one-thousand-year-old soul turned by Drakos himself, is looking for the truth about his own existence and that of others like him.
Then FBI agent, Kate Pfeiffer, searching for clues to her husband’s murder and the disappearance of several others, runs across a truth she cannot believe. She is drawn into Christian’s horrific world, but will she survive?

Graham Brown and Spencer Andrews have created a new kind of scary with “Shadows of the Midnight Sun,” and it is more frightening with each turn of the page. This story takes the reader on a fearfully fascinating search for knowledge and redemption by one who is doomed to an eternity of soulless damnation. Through the streets of New York City, Cologne, Germany, and New Orleans, the authors have created a new kind of terror and set the story around him and his battle for forgiveness.

The writing is flawless and surges along, effectively putting the reader on the raw edge of chaos as the characters fight to save themselves from an ancient evil that threatens them all. The story is a fresh take on an old theme and is bound to be a crowd-pleaser, with all the dark, ominous horror that one would expect from this very awesome writing team. Brown and Andrews have penned the beginning salvo of a series that will take your breath away and have you stalking the local book store for the next installment.

Put this tale at the top of your reading list and get ready to be very afraid… 5 Spiders!

DJ Weaver

for Suspense Magazine



1 comment:

Graham said...

Thanks DJ - always great when a reader dives in deep and really gets the story.