Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Gods of The Nowhere by James Tipper Review

Title: Gods of The Nowhere: A Novel of Halloween
Author: James Tipper
Genre: Horror
Pages: 294
Price: $9.99
Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, which means I soak up as much of the season as possible. This means that I read a lot of horror and Halloween-related novels. When I stumbled across Gods of The Nowhere by James Tipper, I was immediately intrigued.

James Tipper explores the idea of humans being able to cross over into the world of the dead during Halloween. It's an interesting concept that creates an incredibly creepy novel. Here's a section from the description:

The ancient Celts believed that the veil separating the worlds of the living and the dead was at its thinnest on Halloween; it was then that the dead could get through. But could it work the other way? Could we go to them? High school senior Sam McGrath is convinced it can be done. For as long as he can remember, The Nowhere has been beckoning him, reaching out with cold and ancient fingers.

Crippled from a childhood injury, Sam has always been different, but he knows now that his differences go far beyond the physical. Only his best friend since childhood – a brash and beautiful Latina named Lucia – knows of his strange gifts, and she has vowed to help Sam. Together they intend to find the world where their nightmares are born.


Gods of the Nowhere is a fast-paced read that is perfect for Halloween. Whether you're in the mood for a chilling read or love the idea of exploring old myths in new ways, you're going to love this book. Personally, I'll be sure to keep this book handy so I can read it again next year.

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