Five Star Review: Godland by Stuart R West
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Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing
Released: September 16, 2014
Genre: Suspense, Horror
Length: 224 pages
An embittered farmer. A New York corporate raider. Two teenage high school girls. A failed small business owner. Past and present collide, secrets are revealed. These disparate people gather at a desolate Kansas farm for a hellish night not everyone will survive. Godland is a dark psychological suspense horror thriller. A Midwestern nightmare. Farm noir.
Review by Lissa
This book is so twisted and creepy. But it's very well done. When I started reading, I couldn't stop till I got to the end.
You meet a whole cast of these, mostly screwed up characters. Edwin, what the hell?! Seriously the most creepiest, scariest character. I'm putting him up next to the clown in a House of a 1000 Corpses. That guy gives me the creeps. I can't watch those movies. There are also likable characters. They all have a connection in some way. As weird and screwed up as that is.
I really liked Matt and Shannon. Shannon is one strong girl, she fought and fought. I love a good strong female character.
I think I've said this before but Stuart can weave a story so brilliantly. I wonder where he gets these ideas.
This book literally had me on the edge of my seat. It was insane!