Title: The Regulars
Author: Paris Singer
Published Date: Expected March 10th 2016
Genre: Paranormal Thriller/Mystery
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
A man wakes to find himself dead and alone in a forest and soon realizes he has no memory of who he is or how he came to die there.
As he sets off to unravel the mystery of his past, he is pulled into a world stranger than death itself, where the struggle to balance good and evil lies behind the scenes, in the shadows.
On his journey, he encounters The Regulars, a self-proclaimed band of misfits whose sole purpose is to terrify the living.
Among them is Mr. Cage, a nefarious, dark jester who delights in causing havoc, misery and pain to all those whom he encounters.
What begins as a journey to uncover a brutal murder, soon unfolds into a race against malevolent forces, where not everything is as it seems…
The Regulars is an unusual story told in first person. The author takes us through the journey of a man awaking, confused, into his afterlife. With no identity, I felt his confusion at his situation as well as his frustration at having no knowledge of his life. Traveling through the story his emotions and sometimes lack thereof actually helped me to connect with him. Unraveling the truth behind his demise he helps other spirits find their light. The twists, that were integral in moving this story along, were often unpredictable. This is a fun, suspenseful, and engaging book.
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