Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Review: "Family Night" by Tim Miller



In 2010, one of the most grisly discoveries in Texas history was made. Numerous body parts and human remains were found on an abandoned farm near San Antonio. Very little information was made public, until now.

Eddie Mason is a family man. But his is not your typical family. With a wife at home who belittles and ridicules him at every turn, he has sought other means of satisfaction.

With his teenage daughter Brandi, and small son Jeffrey, he teaches them the most horrifying of rituals. Using his kids as bait, Eddie captures his victims and takes his children on a journey of torture, cannibalism and mayhem. Learn what the Masons do on Family Night.

Review by A Girl Amongst Books (Jessica):

4 1/2 Stars!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*

This book grabs you from the beginning and stays with you long after you've finished and walked away. I am not easily scared or shocked, but this book literally made me cringe several times from the unsettling events that occur. The author writes in a way, that makes this story totally believable. This also adds to the creepy, unsettled feeling you surely will get by reading it. If you are looking for a gritty, dark, gory read; this book is definitely for you. This can easily be read in one sitting! I look forward to reading more from this author!


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