The Horseless Horsemen: Jude by Rc Miller (Review by Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine)


Title: The Horseless Horsemen: Jude 

Author: Rc Miller

Published Date: June 28th 2013

Genre:  Horror


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What if you didn’t grow old, or sick, and couldn’t be harmed?
What if you didn’t need to eat, or drink or breathe, and couldn’t die?

What if you had to give up everything to become that way?
…and give it all up forever without any hope of getting anything back?
What if it meant that you had to die first?
What if it meant that you had to become a monster?
What if your presence destroyed everything that people take for granted?
…electronics, paper, pens, clothing, metal…
What if meant that just being near you was lethal?

…what if it all happened …and you’d been given no choice…?

That’s what happened to Justice.
He had a decent life, a good family, and a bright future.
…and then he died.
…and then he was given a purpose.
…and then his existence turned into a living, never ending, nightmare.

…not a ghost, vampire, zombie, or werewolf…
…any of those would have been better than what he’d become…
…because none of those would have been able to do the task he’d been given…
…if they had any place in reality to begin with…

 ***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language or  Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Cianna – #NerdGirlSunshine’s  Review***
Though I struggled through this book, I have to admit this book had a throughly engaging plot. I kept picking it up and putting it down because there’s an certain way that he writes, which I think puts most readers off. There’s many ellipses throughout the story, and I feel like it would be better sold without them, but when you get to the core of this story, its incredibly originally, well thought out, and amazing sci-fi. The character we meet, he’s brilliant, caring, and motivated. He gets into an unforeseen circumstance, and he’s changed. This change makes an amazing story dynamic. Someone so lost decides to challenge what he’s been given to do amazing things. This book only received 3 stars because of the grammatical writing style makes it hard for the reader to stay engaged in the story. Overall, RC Miller writes a creative, thought provoking story, with interesting plot twists and a solid ending. This book is purely sci-fi, and in a good way. One where you don’t need to believe it’s completely grounded in reality but you listen to story, and you’re drawn in anyway. I suggest giving it a try, writing style and all, and really enjoying it. Great story.


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