Well, wow. I think this is the review that, so far, has taken me the longest to write. There are so many things to say about this book. I’ll start making clear that I had never heard of TY Tracey until I purchased this book, well, this absolutely MUST change to future readers.
The complexity and layers conforming this book make very difficult for me to “summarise” why I loved it, several times. I think the best way for me to express is to describe, point by point, WHY it is different and to me, a must-read.
One, of course, the writing. Tracey develops several “description scenes” along the book, but they are accurate, without being too long and exhausting. That is a skill. His work is clean, clear, very easy to read and fly pages.
Two, the paranormal evidence hunter teams are something several of us are interested in. The realism and care he manages the information with, show a deep work in research and investigation. And the way he turns their “arrogance” into a dose of reality is greatly appreciated.
Three, a town you cannot leave. The fear you feel reading this book reminded me to the one I felt watching “The Blair Witch Project”, honestly.
Four, demons. I am myself, very interested in demonology. Tracey doesn’t mention it, he dives into it, soaks your thoughts, pulls you out and grabs you —”You okay? Let’s get going”.
Horrific creatures. Did you say “nightmare”? I can tell you I’m going to draw those “melon-heads”.
Five, Heaven and Hell don’t exist anymore. Behind them, there’s something much deeper, spiritual and… monstrously beautiful? Beautiful… but above all, intense. Beyond measure.
Justice’s incompetency, medical procedures… lobotomies? Ah, if only they were…
I think my review is being nonsense enough for you to understand how I did enjoy this book. If you look for an author that pours his gifted intelligence into his writing, this is your book.
Petrifying, sensorial, addictive. Just picture me cooking with one hand and holding the ebook with the other because I just can’t leave it.
I’m gore-proof. The only horror books that affect me are those which make me re-ask myself my own beliefs and vision of death. Those which disturb my sleep with questions and worry. TY Tracey does.
If you are looking for a good book, don’t hesitate. This author has a lot of nightmare material to share with you and not let you go in… do you believe in eternity? You better do.
Congratulations. I honestly, deeply enjoyed this book. So much. Thank you.
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