Wraithborne by A.D. Roland – Review



5 Stars

Remember as a teenager how we told horror stories around the campfire?  How we snuck in to watch Amityville Horror at the theater?  This book brings those memories back to life.  Along with memories of the boogy-man under the bed, the shadows moving around in the corners, and that intense feel of someone or something watching you and waiting.

With the intense detail that Roland went into, I was sucked into the story and felt like a part of everything.  Excellent character development and an intensely unnerving plot will make any horror fan love this book.

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