Today I’m on the blog tour for Will Haunt You, a most unusual book and definitely a change from my normal reading.
You don’t read the book. It reads you.
Rumors of a deadly book have been floating around the dark corners of the deep web. A disturbing tale about a mysterious figure who preys on those who read the book and subjects them to a world of personalized terror.
Jesse Wheeler―former guitarist of the heavy metal group The Rising Dead―was quick to discount the ominous folklore associated with the book. It takes more than some urban legend to frighten him. Hell, reality is scary enough. Seven years ago his greatest responsibility was the nightly guitar solo. Then one night when Jesse was blackout drunk, he accidentally injured his son, leaving him permanently disabled. Dreams of being a rock star died when he destroyed his son’s future. Now he cuts radio jingles and fights to stay clean.
But Jesse is wrong. The legend is real―and tonight he will become the protagonist in an elaborate scheme specifically tailored to prey on his fears and resurrect the ghosts from his past.
Jesse is not the only one in danger, however. By reading the book, you have volunteered to participate in the author’s deadly game, with every page drawing you closer to your own personalized nightmare. The real horror doesn’t begin until you reach the end.
That’s when the evil comes for you.
My Review: I have struggled to review this book, to find the words to describe what I’ve been reading and to properly do it justice.
Unsurprisingly this book messes with your head, I had to stop reading a few times to remind myself that it is a book and my reality is not what I was reading. The descriptions are truly vivid and, while I have no personal experience of this, I would liken some of it to being on drugs, it genuinely was that bizzarely random and I absolutely loved it.
I’ve never had a book mess with my head as much as this one did and it was quite an experience. I didn’t know who or what to believe and was wary of reading when I was home alone at night because it was that creepy. I’m not a horror fan, I never have been but I may dabble with it a bit having read this book. One of the things I wanted to do with my reading and the blog was to try new authors and new books and this is definitely something I’ve achieved with this book.
If this book interests you then go for it, but be warned, it won’t let you go easily, I’m still recovering from reading it.
About the author:
Brian Kirk is an author of dark thrillers and psychological suspense. His debut novel, We Are Monsters, was released in July 2015 and was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award® for Superior Achievement in a First Novel.
His short fiction has been published in many notable magazines and anthologies. Most recently, Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories and Behold! Oddities, Curiosities and Undefinable Wonders, where his work appears alongside multiple New York Times bestselling authors, and received an honorable mention in Ellen Datlow’s Best Horror of the Year compilation.
During the day, Brian works as a freelance marketing and creative consultant. His experience working on large, integrated advertising campaigns for international companies has helped him build an effective author platform, and makes him a strong marketing ally for his publishing partners. In addition, Brian has an eye for emerging media trends and an ability to integrate storytelling into new technologies and platforms.
While he’s worked to make this bio sound as impressive as possible, he’s actually a rather humble guy who believes in hard work and big dreams. Feel free to connect with him through one of the following channels. Don’t worry, he only kills his characters.
Twitter : @Brian_Kirk
Website : http://www.briankirkblog.com/
ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launching in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.