Thursday, April 19, 2012

Review: Third Sight

Third Sight
Third Sight by Ian Woodhead

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Book Info: Genre: Horror Reading Level: Adult

Disclosure: I picked up a free copy for my Kindle from; since it is Ian Woodhead’s birthday 4/19/12, I decided to have a little Ian Woodhead marathon this week in celebration. Happy Birthday, Ian!

Third Sight Synopsis: Driving its serrated talons through their hot skin fills it with unbelievable pleasure. Only the immense waves of life energy detonating from its chosen watcher can come close to the almost orgasmic experience of deleting their physical form from this realm.

Adrian Winters is unaware that close to his home, a newborn demon has chosen him to be the watcher. Very soon, his loving family and all his friends are about to become food for the demon.

Adrian will witness every gruesome death!

My Thoughts: Wow, this is one trippy book; it keep popping back and forth between reality and hallucinations and other realms until you have no idea what is going on. Plus there is no telling who to trust, or even who really is what they say they are. Crazy book – definitely have to pay attention or you’ll get completely lost in it. However, if you enjoy horror or bizarro fiction, you should enjoy this book. 5 out of 5 stars

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