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An Orphan Girl. A Hellish Spirit. A fight for more than just her life. When Del Lareaux leaves the St. Augustine orphanage, she is desperate to build a normal life for herself and Jimmy, the mentally handicapped boy she spent years protecting. But when a hellish spirit is raised from the dark swamps of Louisiana, abominations of unimaginable horror begin to prey on the An Orphan Girl. A Hellish Spirit. A fight for more than just her life. When Del Lareaux leaves the St. Augustine orphanage, she is desperate to build a normal life for herself and Jimmy, the mentally handicapped boy she spent years protecting. But when a hellish spirit is raised from the dark swamps of Louisiana, abominations of unimaginable horror begin to prey on the lost souls of New Orleans, and Del’s soul is the most coveted. When Del learns the truth of her secret heritage, she is faced with a choice: forego the gift she was born with for the normal life she dreams of, or embrace her birthright and the dark consequences that follow. A Grimoire Dark explores the Voodoo mythos like never before. Threads of Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe weave a nightmare veil through which dark elements of a Lovecraftian horror tale are glimpsed; for to view them directly would be ones undoing.


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An Orphan Girl. A Hellish Spirit. A fight for more than just her life. When Del Lareaux leaves the St. Augustine orphanage, she is desperate to build a normal life for herself and Jimmy, the mentally handicapped boy she spent years protecting. But when a hellish spirit is raised from the dark swamps of Louisiana, abominations of unimaginable horror begin to prey on the An Orphan Girl. A Hellish Spirit. A fight for more than just her life. When Del Lareaux leaves the St. Augustine orphanage, she is desperate to build a normal life for herself and Jimmy, the mentally handicapped boy she spent years protecting. But when a hellish spirit is raised from the dark swamps of Louisiana, abominations of unimaginable horror begin to prey on the lost souls of New Orleans, and Del’s soul is the most coveted. When Del learns the truth of her secret heritage, she is faced with a choice: forego the gift she was born with for the normal life she dreams of, or embrace her birthright and the dark consequences that follow. A Grimoire Dark explores the Voodoo mythos like never before. Threads of Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe weave a nightmare veil through which dark elements of a Lovecraftian horror tale are glimpsed; for to view them directly would be ones undoing.

30 review for A Grimoire Dark: A Horror Thriller (The Spirit Hunter Series Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica M

    A Grimoire Dark - D.S. Quinton LOVE the cover of this book. It is subdued yet incredibly eye-catching, it makes me think Harry Potter (which this book so is not) and Edgar Allen Poe (which it most certainly is). The colors and shadows, lightning, rain, raven, and even the scrollwork on the edges gives the potential reader a good feel for what will be found in the pages beyond. The summary was well written enough information given about the book to interest the reader, but without giving any spoil A Grimoire Dark - D.S. Quinton LOVE the cover of this book. It is subdued yet incredibly eye-catching, it makes me think Harry Potter (which this book so is not) and Edgar Allen Poe (which it most certainly is). The colors and shadows, lightning, rain, raven, and even the scrollwork on the edges gives the potential reader a good feel for what will be found in the pages beyond. The summary was well written enough information given about the book to interest the reader, but without giving any spoilers away. I will say the comment about Del needing to choose which life she wants, gave it a predictable feel, which this book was not. A Grimoire Dark was one of the better horror/coming of age/supernatural books I have read in a long time. I will say that I almost set the book down after the first chapter. I found the first chapter, though short, to drag on. Fortunately, I kept reading, and I feel the book truly starts in the second chapter. Mr. Quinton has exceptional talent when it comes to character development and dialogue. I absolutely loved Del and hope to see future novels. I am unsure if this is a standalone book or if this is the beginning of a series, but I hope this is book 1 in the series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    This was just not for me. It's my own fault, really. The description did say it was horror and that isn't my genre. But it is set in New Orleans - a favourite location for me - and the story sounded intriguing. But 65 pages in things were already getting too gory and creepy for me and this went into the DNF category. This was just not for me. It's my own fault, really. The description did say it was horror and that isn't my genre. But it is set in New Orleans - a favourite location for me - and the story sounded intriguing. But 65 pages in things were already getting too gory and creepy for me and this went into the DNF category.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Farhan

    Superb. Its after a long time that I've read a horror / supernatural novel this good. Superb characters and superb story. The buildup was tense, and climax totally satisfying. It would be a great injustice if Del, Frank, Armand and Mama D don't return for another supernatural thriller! Superb. Its after a long time that I've read a horror / supernatural novel this good. Superb characters and superb story. The buildup was tense, and climax totally satisfying. It would be a great injustice if Del, Frank, Armand and Mama D don't return for another supernatural thriller!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘As I recall, it all began with an unholy rain’ Author DS Quinton made his publishing debut with DEVEL DJANGO, beginning an impressive career as a significant contributor to the realm of science fiction technothiller genre. Trained with a BS in Computer Science, an MBA, and a successful career in IT, he uses this foundation of knowledge to present credible combinations of futurism, metaphysics, and speculative alternative reality in novels that exceed expectations. As he states, ‘I'm an avid stud ‘As I recall, it all began with an unholy rain’ Author DS Quinton made his publishing debut with DEVEL DJANGO, beginning an impressive career as a significant contributor to the realm of science fiction technothiller genre. Trained with a BS in Computer Science, an MBA, and a successful career in IT, he uses this foundation of knowledge to present credible combinations of futurism, metaphysics, and speculative alternative reality in novels that exceed expectations. As he states, ‘I'm an avid student of the unknown.’ In addition to his debut novel, he has now published THE PHOENIX STONE and now A DARK GRIMOIRE. Having entered Quinton’s dark and strange world with his debut novel and being mesmerized with the experience, it comes as no surprise that his writing continues to skyrocket with superb prose and characters and storylines. He opens with an ominous Prologue that raises the curtain on this occult horror novel. ‘…Despite my wretched state, I have a yearning to portray to you what I am, so the same terrible fate does befall you. Excuse me, does not befall you. Yes, now that I state it, I am quite sure the telling of my tale is what is needed. I feel this to be true in the marrow of my bones, as if my life utterly depended on it…’ And with that mysterious thought process, the story opens. Quinton’s own summary of his novel deserves to be shared – ‘When Del Lareaux leaves the St. Augustine orphanage, she is desperate to build a normal life for herself and Jimmy, the mentally handicapped boy she spent years protecting. But when a hellish spirit is raised from the dark swamps of Louisiana, abominations of unimaginable horror begin to prey on the lost souls of New Orleans, and Del’s soul is the most coveted. When Del learns the truth of her secret heritage, she is faced with a choice: forego the gift she was born with for the normal life she dreams of, or embrace her birthright and the dark consequences that follow.’ An excellent invitation into the imaginative world of DS Quinton, but it is the quality of the journey, the magnetic attraction to both the pages and the secrets of the book that makes this a feat of impressive strength: the joy and reward is in the reading. Highly recommended.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brittni

    Grimoire Dark is the perfect tale for anyone that loves an exciting coming of age story full of dark undertones and a fated underdog. Desperate to finally be free of the orphanage she grew up in, Del Lareaux wants nothing more than to finally have the chance for a normal life. Along with Jimmy, a challenged boy she has taking to watching over the years, she hopes to be able to start over. When a dark spirit threatening turns New Orleans into a nightmare, Del learns that her life will not be that Grimoire Dark is the perfect tale for anyone that loves an exciting coming of age story full of dark undertones and a fated underdog. Desperate to finally be free of the orphanage she grew up in, Del Lareaux wants nothing more than to finally have the chance for a normal life. Along with Jimmy, a challenged boy she has taking to watching over the years, she hopes to be able to start over. When a dark spirit threatening turns New Orleans into a nightmare, Del learns that her life will not be that simple. Forced to decide between the destiny she never knew she had or the life she always wanted, this novel creates a real page turner for people of all ages to enjoy. This engaging book was well written and entertaining. You could definitely feel some Stephen King vibes through the style of writing. At first glance, the whole orphan chosen one trope seems like it is going to lead to a predictable book, but Quinton defied my expectations. I am a huge fan of horror novels and found this to be great book for anyone that shares this passion for dark mysteries -especially if you are partial to the whole culture of New Orleans.

  6. 4 out of 5

    John

    Poe-esque. Richly dark and darkly rich.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    The novel starts out with a history of tragedies in the NOLA area and introduces the paranormal evil premise of the book in a smooth fashion. It didn’t feel overly explanatory or negate the exposition of the first chapters, which was nice. Set in 1963, the story follows Del, a young woman who grew up in an orphanage and discovers her true supernatural identity. Del was a wonderfully-built character with layers soaked in her history, which felt genuine and part of her being. All of the characters The novel starts out with a history of tragedies in the NOLA area and introduces the paranormal evil premise of the book in a smooth fashion. It didn’t feel overly explanatory or negate the exposition of the first chapters, which was nice. Set in 1963, the story follows Del, a young woman who grew up in an orphanage and discovers her true supernatural identity. Del was a wonderfully-built character with layers soaked in her history, which felt genuine and part of her being. All of the characters had those rich personalities, which really drew me into the story while the plot was still forming. I found some of the characters, like Armand and Mama Dede, to be a little bit too stereotypical, but otherwise all the characters were brilliant. The accented writing was a bit challenging to wade through, but that gave it an authentic feel. Overall, it was an engaging read full of history, lore, and the supernatural.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Shanell Meek

    I really want to read more about Del! Can it be a series please?!?! So I’m not into horror stories but I was intrigued by the cover, the raven and the shadows on the cover had a strong Edgar Allen Poe feeling. I’m an avid fan of Edgar Allen Poe and the mention of my all time favorite author in the summary was really what clinched it for me that I was buying this book immediately. I am glad I did! I love how the author channeled their inner EAP and really dug I to the grisly depths of New Orleans I really want to read more about Del! Can it be a series please?!?! So I’m not into horror stories but I was intrigued by the cover, the raven and the shadows on the cover had a strong Edgar Allen Poe feeling. I’m an avid fan of Edgar Allen Poe and the mention of my all time favorite author in the summary was really what clinched it for me that I was buying this book immediately. I am glad I did! I love how the author channeled their inner EAP and really dug I to the grisly depths of New Orleans and depths of hell. Del is an orphan who just wants a normal life for her and Jimmy but someone has bigger plans for Del and she is plunged into a fight for her life as she learns who she is and why others are seeking her soul! The choices Del has to make are the hardest choices she has ever had to make in her life. I’ll let you read it to see if she embraces her heritage or if she becomes a normal girl with a normal life!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Valery

    A Grimoire Dark by D.S. Quinton is a dark and delicious tale that evokes memories of Edgar Allen Poe. The cover alone is enough to send a chill up your spine, but the story itself works its magic, slowly unwinding in a terrifying and dark manner. Here we have the story of Del Lareaux who recently left an orphanage in St. Augustine with a boy named Jimmy, someone she has vowed to protect. This book is a combination of coming of age and horror, and after the first chapter, the story picks up steam A Grimoire Dark by D.S. Quinton is a dark and delicious tale that evokes memories of Edgar Allen Poe. The cover alone is enough to send a chill up your spine, but the story itself works its magic, slowly unwinding in a terrifying and dark manner. Here we have the story of Del Lareaux who recently left an orphanage in St. Augustine with a boy named Jimmy, someone she has vowed to protect. This book is a combination of coming of age and horror, and after the first chapter, the story picks up steam, and you become fully invested in the outcome for Del. This story is an amalgamation of genres, reminding you of Stephen King, with a little touch of Poe to round out the creepiness. The city of New Orleans casts an eerie spell as the setting in this book, as the lost souls from a hurricane permeate the city. This is a wicked good story, one which will resonate if you love tales of horror with a dark and menacing backdrop. Highly recommend.

  10. 4 out of 5

    A Cannady

    “A Grimoire Dark” by D.S. Quinton is a supernatural fantasy about a girl who has already been through enough darkness in her life by the time she leaves the orphanage. But more darkness is on the way for Del, since everyone wants her soul. Del Lareaux has no idea who she is or why she ended up abandoned. She just wants to be normal, and her main goal in life is to protect Jimmy, a fellow orphan with mental disabilities. But unfortunately that’s not going to happen, since someone opened the gates “A Grimoire Dark” by D.S. Quinton is a supernatural fantasy about a girl who has already been through enough darkness in her life by the time she leaves the orphanage. But more darkness is on the way for Del, since everyone wants her soul. Del Lareaux has no idea who she is or why she ended up abandoned. She just wants to be normal, and her main goal in life is to protect Jimmy, a fellow orphan with mental disabilities. But unfortunately that’s not going to happen, since someone opened the gates of Hell and those spirits are actively searching for her. The book is set in New Orleans where the practice of VooDoo runs rampant. When Del learns the truth about her family heritage and why everyone is after her, she has to make some serious choices about her future. It’s a book that has the makings of a series, and I hope the author gives us more Del soon.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jo Bass

    New Orleans and bones, dark macabre funereal occurrences, zombies, witches and, of course, gris-gris men all seem to go together. Add a sprinkling of Poe to dish up a book grisly with weird happenings, betrayed friendships and agape love that is true and gentle. Float the whole lot in a soup of swamp creatures, chomped heads and things that decay WAY too quickly for a read that you won’t want to put down, and that leaves you hoping for a sequel. D.S. Quinton says of himself that he “attended the New Orleans and bones, dark macabre funereal occurrences, zombies, witches and, of course, gris-gris men all seem to go together. Add a sprinkling of Poe to dish up a book grisly with weird happenings, betrayed friendships and agape love that is true and gentle. Float the whole lot in a soup of swamp creatures, chomped heads and things that decay WAY too quickly for a read that you won’t want to put down, and that leaves you hoping for a sequel. D.S. Quinton says of himself that he “attended the schools of Daydreaming, Foosball, and Mixology.” Apparently, there was some additional formal education going on as well, because he holds a B.S. in Computer science, and an MBA. He is also the author of the Phoenix Stone and Devel Django. A relatively new author, Django came out in 2018, Quinton is definitely worth watching for more suspenseful books to read.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Kester

    This book by author D.S. Quinton tells the story of Del Lareaux who has just recently left an orphanage in St. Augustine with Jimmy, a boy she has worked to protect. During her journey to a new life, she finds that things might be a little more troublesome than she expected, especially because a dark spirit, who has risen from the swamps of Louisiana, is off to prey on lost souls. Lareaux must fight to protect not only her life and Jimmy’s, but decide whether to face her hidden secrets that coul This book by author D.S. Quinton tells the story of Del Lareaux who has just recently left an orphanage in St. Augustine with Jimmy, a boy she has worked to protect. During her journey to a new life, she finds that things might be a little more troublesome than she expected, especially because a dark spirit, who has risen from the swamps of Louisiana, is off to prey on lost souls. Lareaux must fight to protect not only her life and Jimmy’s, but decide whether to face her hidden secrets that could cause trouble down the road. If you’re on the search for a book that will keep you on the edge of your seat, this is one to definitely consider. It’s not only filled with thrilling twists and turns, but plenty of well-developed characters as well. While the book might be a little long for some (it’s 400 pages), the time investment is definitely worth it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Celeste

    A Grimoire Dark by D.S. Quinton was a very interesting and dark read. From the beginning, when I read the summary, I was intrigued. I really loved the author’s writing style and how he made his writing seem so effortless and smooth. He really knows how to grab the reader’s attention. The characters were written with great background and detail. The main character, Del, was a very intriguing character to me, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading about his character in this story. The description of th A Grimoire Dark by D.S. Quinton was a very interesting and dark read. From the beginning, when I read the summary, I was intrigued. I really loved the author’s writing style and how he made his writing seem so effortless and smooth. He really knows how to grab the reader’s attention. The characters were written with great background and detail. The main character, Del, was a very intriguing character to me, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading about his character in this story. The description of this book says it is a twist of Stephen King and Edgar Allen Poe, and after reading this, I definitely say I have to agree! There are a lot of dark aspects to this book, and if I stayed up too close to bed to read this, I found myself worried about having nightmares! Great story. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book to any person dark, horror, Edgar Allen Poe – type of books.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Chelseyam

    I actually don’t think I have ever read anything quite like this book, which made it exceptionally exciting for me. I thought I knew where the story was going to go when I first picked it up but was pleasantly surprised to enjoy something entirely different. There are a lot of dark undertones in this story, which definitely make it a treat for anyone that loves a few creepy vibes in their life. The writing is wonderful too as the author has a unique voice that makes the story even better. I woul I actually don’t think I have ever read anything quite like this book, which made it exceptionally exciting for me. I thought I knew where the story was going to go when I first picked it up but was pleasantly surprised to enjoy something entirely different. There are a lot of dark undertones in this story, which definitely make it a treat for anyone that loves a few creepy vibes in their life. The writing is wonderful too as the author has a unique voice that makes the story even better. I would recommend this book to anyone that is looking for something interesting and exciting. You won’t be disappointed with the incredible characters and the enjoyable plotline. I am looking forward to checking out more from this author, because he truly seems to have a knack for dark stories that will definitely leave you impressed.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jessie Hilbert

    I really enjoyed the book Grimoire Dark as it is the a great read for anyone that loves fiction, fantasy, coming of age tales. The story is about the main character Del Lareaux who wants to finally be free and get out of the orphanage she grew up in, with hopes of being able to start over. The author did a wonderful job of developing Del's character, and other main characters throughout the read. If your a big fan of mystery or horror novels, this book is for you. As you will find, Del's experie I really enjoyed the book Grimoire Dark as it is the a great read for anyone that loves fiction, fantasy, coming of age tales. The story is about the main character Del Lareaux who wants to finally be free and get out of the orphanage she grew up in, with hopes of being able to start over. The author did a wonderful job of developing Del's character, and other main characters throughout the read. If your a big fan of mystery or horror novels, this book is for you. As you will find, Del's experience does not turn out as easy as she had hoped. This book will keep you on your toes, but also have you constantly flipping the pages. I wasn't able to put it down! Great read, and well done to the author!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Quirru

    A Grimoire Dark: A Horror Thriller by D.S. Quinton is a horror novel that takes place at New Orleans when a girl, Del Lareaux that just got out of the orphanage has to face an evil hellish spirit that that is raised at Louisiana, and then she discovers and has to face that she was born with a not so normal gift that now she has to decide if she uses or not and just try to go on with the normal life she has been dreaming to live. The book is well written with a lot of imagination and real horror A Grimoire Dark: A Horror Thriller by D.S. Quinton is a horror novel that takes place at New Orleans when a girl, Del Lareaux that just got out of the orphanage has to face an evil hellish spirit that that is raised at Louisiana, and then she discovers and has to face that she was born with a not so normal gift that now she has to decide if she uses or not and just try to go on with the normal life she has been dreaming to live. The book is well written with a lot of imagination and real horror that makes it a thriller, without doubt, the characters are well described same as the scenes, the pace is quick and steady but it has a lot of twists and turns that gives to the plot that irrational sense of horror, and at the end … you need to read what happens. Good read

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Neese

    So full disclosure I didn’t read this I listened to the audio book. This was probably the best performed book I have ever listened to. I don’t think I would have enjoyed this book had I read it. Now to the story: I don’t usually like horror books they are not good reads to me and I usually get very bored with them. This book was very entertaining. I took my time with it cause I didn’t want it to end. The incantation/binding spell was my favorite part. I love how he makes references to “The Raven So full disclosure I didn’t read this I listened to the audio book. This was probably the best performed book I have ever listened to. I don’t think I would have enjoyed this book had I read it. Now to the story: I don’t usually like horror books they are not good reads to me and I usually get very bored with them. This book was very entertaining. I took my time with it cause I didn’t want it to end. The incantation/binding spell was my favorite part. I love how he makes references to “The Raven”. It was dark and mysterious I found myself completely enchanted in the story. I liked the New Orleans based themes and the hoodoo and voodoo parts. The last thing I have to say is. PLEASE MAKE THIS A SERIES

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Hernandez

    A grimoire is a witch’s book of spells, which is passed on after her death. The grimoire itself seems to become imbued with a power of its own as time passes so if this book is about a dark grimoire, you can be sure that it will be scary, and it doesn’t disappoint. This really is a supernatural thriller and a horror story rolled into one. The author is very skilled at conjuring the atmosphere of the Louisiana swamplands - miasmic, menacing and eerie. It reminded me very much of the television se A grimoire is a witch’s book of spells, which is passed on after her death. The grimoire itself seems to become imbued with a power of its own as time passes so if this book is about a dark grimoire, you can be sure that it will be scary, and it doesn’t disappoint. This really is a supernatural thriller and a horror story rolled into one. The author is very skilled at conjuring the atmosphere of the Louisiana swamplands - miasmic, menacing and eerie. It reminded me very much of the television series, ‘True Blood’ and the action is gripping, as a hellish spirit is brought to life in the swamp. Its aim is to prey on the humans of New Orleans so that it can consume their souls.

  19. 5 out of 5

    K Puck

    Being a big fan of Edgar Allan Poe I loved this book and the melancholy poems between chapters. Not to mention the book was just good, dark and imaginative. Delphine Larouche or Del after being raised in an orphanage, becomes old enough to begin life on her own. Eager to be on her own finds a job and begins to plan her future. When strange killings with ritual elements begin, she starts looking into the case with great fascination. She makes a startling discovery about her own past, making her m Being a big fan of Edgar Allan Poe I loved this book and the melancholy poems between chapters. Not to mention the book was just good, dark and imaginative. Delphine Larouche or Del after being raised in an orphanage, becomes old enough to begin life on her own. Eager to be on her own finds a job and begins to plan her future. When strange killings with ritual elements begin, she starts looking into the case with great fascination. She makes a startling discovery about her own past, making her make a pretty agonizing decision. Either to embrace her uncertain future or give up the life she's dreamed of. I really enjoyed this book and recommend it.

  20. 5 out of 5

    BRT

    I found this story of magic and monsters in New Orleans a bit slow at first, partially due to the use of thick local dialect for the characters and partially because the book was reminiscent of The Witches of New Orleans series by J.D. Horn. As the book's action got going, though, I found that I couldn't stop reading. The author's depiction of New Orleans spiritual history is a helpful backdrop for understanding the disturbing magical events. An homage to Poe's The Raven gives the story a good r I found this story of magic and monsters in New Orleans a bit slow at first, partially due to the use of thick local dialect for the characters and partially because the book was reminiscent of The Witches of New Orleans series by J.D. Horn. As the book's action got going, though, I found that I couldn't stop reading. The author's depiction of New Orleans spiritual history is a helpful backdrop for understanding the disturbing magical events. An homage to Poe's The Raven gives the story a good rhythm and heightens the horrific gruesomeness of the story.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Lola Brown

    Come sit a spell with this amazing novel! This novel is an excellent balance between Louisiana lore and the author's own creations that it's difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins! Not to mention the many homages paid to some of history's greatest literary minds. This book will grant you by the collar and hold you in a death grip until you've read the last page. If you're not reading D.S. Quinton, you are seriously missing out! Come sit a spell with this amazing novel! This novel is an excellent balance between Louisiana lore and the author's own creations that it's difficult to tell where one ends and the other begins! Not to mention the many homages paid to some of history's greatest literary minds. This book will grant you by the collar and hold you in a death grip until you've read the last page. If you're not reading D.S. Quinton, you are seriously missing out!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Latonya Williams

    Dark grimoire Awesome book ! Being from south Louisiana he could have done better with the cajun language but i won't hold it against him !I'm looking forward to hearing more from this story line it kept me up until i was finished reading great story ! Dark grimoire Awesome book ! Being from south Louisiana he could have done better with the cajun language but i won't hold it against him !I'm looking forward to hearing more from this story line it kept me up until i was finished reading great story !

  23. 5 out of 5

    Pattie S.

    Great story It is just a great story from beginning to end. Author does not let reader down. The plot unfolds with lots of interesting information and characters. Story is believable as horror and fun.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Not so great Book was okay but not what I thought it would be. Disappointed in how things played put at the end.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lisa williams

    Great storyline Amazing to read. . Love the characters. And the suspense.i love that 1 of the heroes in the book was Jimmy a simple boy.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    Excellent pace, unforgettable characters. Wholly original! I got very annoyed when I HAD to put it down.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Su

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow - a brilliantly written book that grabs you from page 1 & doesn't want you to put it down ! Would recommend to any anyone who enjoys the horror/occult genre - more please Mr. Quinton! Wow - a brilliantly written book that grabs you from page 1 & doesn't want you to put it down ! Would recommend to any anyone who enjoys the horror/occult genre - more please Mr. Quinton!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Scrapper

    Disappointed Big buildup on FB, stilted writing

  29. 4 out of 5

    GERALDINMILLERE

    I was hooked from the very beginning of this book. The author builds the suspense and tension right upto the finale. As for the end totally brilliant. I just hope we get more in this series.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly flood

    Must read Very good read. Not just the same old story, different will read more from this Arthur. Enjoyed it very much

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