Book Review: The Death List

Hello Readers,

I hope everyone is having a good week. I’ve been enjoying the last little bit of my summer vacation before the kids go back to school. We spent the past weekend camping on the beach, and this coming weekend I have another arm-wrestling tournament. Though I have been busy, I did manage to finish a couple more books. I also edited a few stories and got back into writing. Today, I would like to share another book review. I just finished Thomas R. Clark’s The Death List. It was a great book, start to finish. Here is my full review:

Here is the purchase link for those interested:

The Death List

Thomas R. Clark

The Death List was my first encounter with this author and definitely won’t be my last. It had everything I look for in a novel: great characterization, a unique plot, lots of twists, and plenty of gore. I highly recommend this book for fans of extreme horror.

Ronnie Dark’s bad day only gets worse as he loses first his job, then his wife. The final straw is when he’s served eviction papers. Desperate for revenge against his ex, Ronnie makes his way home with a plan of his own. Meanwhile, the house’s former inhabitant, the infamous Balloon Boy Killer, has escaped from the institution holding him. He wants to finish what he started years ago.

My favorite part of this book was how relatable and believable the characters were. It was like I was there with them, feeling what they were feeling. I also enjoyed the dark humor thrown in. It gave depth to the story. Definitely worth the read. My rating: 4.5 stars.”

Well, there you have it. If you haven’t read this book yet, please consider adding it to your reading list. Next, I plan to read Eric Butler’s Pope Lick Massacre and Lucas Milliron’s Cocksucker. I should have the reviews for you soon. I’m also working on editing the second book of the Haven or Hell series and writing another extreme horror novel. That’s all I have this week. Thanks for stopping by!  -E.B.

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