Monday, January 4, 2016

October 32nd Book Review

It's October 31, and insurance agent Alexander Malefant is sent to picturesque Elora during its annual Halloween festival. No sooner does Alexander arrive than he witnesses the near-drowning of a boy bobbing for apples. Shortly after that, a group of children are attacked by crows. Later that evening, all the children in the village suddenly disappear. Soon, every person becomes a suspect as residents frantically try to discover what happened to the children. Who or what is behind these disappearances, and can they get the children back before it's too late? 
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My Review:
I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.  

Alexander Malefant is a travelling life insurance salesman.  He enjoys bringing peace of mind to families.  His job brings him to the quaint town of Elora on Halloween.  Preparations are underway for their annual festival, but upon his arrival, very peculiar things begin happening in the town. Will he be able to survive the night and help the people of this town reunite with their missing children?


This story took me completely by surprise.  It has witches, ghosts and creepy people,  like your typical horror story, but it also has an unexpected depth to it.  This book has lots of action and leaves you unable to put the book down.  Things aren't always what they seem and it gives you many "wow" moments.  Larry Rodness has written another amazing story with an ending you won't see coming.

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