My third and newest novel, Death Do Us Part, is now available on Amazon in both paperback ($9.99) and eBook ($3.99)!
Not all love stories are happy. Not all tragedies are sad. Not everyone is exactly how they seem, and not every story goes exactly how you would think.
For Mark, life was easy, and he was content… He had no way of knowing he was truly empty inside until he stumbled upon something that made him feel more alive than ever before. Once he felt that way, he could never go back.
A modern tale of love, sex, murder, and everything in between.
The reason that I am doing The Demonata series as one review instead of 10 is that I read this series as a child. I remember this series very well, and to this day it is one of my favorites, I just can’t remember one book from another. Which in my opinion is a good thing, it means that they flowed together well, which they definitely did! Anyway, I started reading this series back when I was in middle school and read it for years as the books came out. As strange as it may seem to me now, these books scared the shit shit out of me! Darren Shan writes scary kids books, and he is DAMN good at it! Demons that play chess for your life, babies with mouths on their hands, getting brutally tore apart by multiple wolfs in excruciating detail! Behind the gore and violence though was a fantastic story! The series centers around 3 protagonists/narrators from different time periods. They work to defeat Lord Loss and a mysterious being known as The Shadow from taking over the human world and destroying it with demons. There is so much to this series that I wish I could explain in a short period, but I will say what is important. The detail that is put into this plot with jumping around times, exploring different fleshed out worlds, and somehow meshing it all together perfectly is amazing. The violence and gore surprises me that these are marketed to kids, as you don’t see that in many adult books! I am tempted to go to my library and pick up book 1, and you should be too!
So, I’m lying in bed and looking for trailers when I see Keanu Reeves. I think “That’s awesome, I love this guy, his movies are great usually.” Sadly, this does not look like it will be usually. This movie is brought to you by Eli Roth. The same guy that brought you Hostel, the wonderful gore porn series. Knock Knock is about a wholesome family man that lets two beautiful woman come into use his phone and change. These two woman then seduce him, screw him, and then torture him for doing so. First of all, he said no and tried to resist at first. He is a 50 year old man being asked to a threesome by two hot naked girls, and initially says no! You should commend him for that alone, not torture him to death! Second of all, Keanu Reeves is fifty years old! He looks like a slightly worn 35! Now, I don’t like horror movies, BUT I’ll watch the ones that look like they could be good movies in general. I don’t like Hostel, in fact I HATE Hostel. I’ve never walked out of a movie. I will go to this because it has Keanu in it, if it’s like Hostel, I will walk out.