Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Hallowed by Bryant Delafosse Review

Title: Hallowed
Author: Bryant Delafosse
Genre: Horror
Pages: 488
Price: $2.99
Rating: 5 out 5 stars

Book Description:

As Halloween approaches, a mysterious girl named Claudia returns to the small town of Haven, Texas. Paul Graves, a childhood friend, discovers the way to her dark heart is through a lunchtime investigation of a series of local murders. Their research soon leads them to the discovery that Paul’s father, a former sheriff, and his uncle, a local priest, have a thirty-five-year-old connection to the serial killer. When the killer targets Claudia and his family, Paul must overcome his own limitations to confront an ancient evil that spans generations.

In the grand tradition of Ray Bradbury and Stephen King, HALLOWED tells the story of a young man’s journey to adulthood and his ultimate confrontation with good and evil, life and death, love and sacrifice--a terrifying carnival ride with dark treats at the end.


While thrills and chills can make a horror novel good, the book has to have a plot. Hallowed by Bryant Delafosse not only has a strong plot, but it's a good one with lots of thrills and chills. If you're looking for a great Halloween read, look no further. Hallowed is old-school horror that Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Ray Bradbury fans will greatly enjoy.

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