What if the memories of your childhood were a lie?
One Dream was all it took and all the memories of thirty years before started to flood back.
Not the idyllic coming of age summer down by the lake that they remembered. But dreams of death and of fear and of the burnings.
Dreams of the Shadow Man.
Will they finally face what had happened to them that summer?
Can they finally confront him once and for all?
The Shadow Man is the terrifying and utterly spine tingling new horror from the author of The Hand of Angel , perfect for fans of Alex North , CJ Tudor and Stephen Chbosky.
The Shadow Man by Mark Brownless is the kind of book I want to read all the time. This keeps you guessing from start to finish. I loved the twists and turns.
I love the flipping back and forth between present day and 1985. It created a really interesting reading experience while I tried to put the past and present together like a puzzle piece. Also, the past references were enjoyable. It brought a unique atmosphere to this book, and I was able to get lost in it.
I really enjoyed the characters. They had unique personalities and felt real. I connected with Katie the most, but enjoyed each character.
I really enjoyed The Shadow Man. This was right up my alley, with the suspense and thrills. I’m looking forward to more from this author. Highly recommended!
Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the review copy and opportunity to honestly review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Mark Brownless lives and works in Carmarthen, West Wales, UK. He has been putting ideas on paper for some years now but only when the idea for THE HAND OF AN ANGEL came to him in the autumn of 2015 did he know he might be able to write a book. Mark likes to write about ordinary people being placed in extraordinary circumstances, is fascinated by unexplained phenomena, and enjoys merging thriller, science fiction and horror.
Mark’s new novel, The Shadow Man is a terrifying horror thriller imagining what would happen if you found out the memories of your childhood were untrue, and that something sinister was lurking behind the facade of your life. Could you face what had happened back then? Could you face The Shadow Man.
Mark is also fascinated by myths and legends such as those of Robin Hood and King Arthur. This has culminated in the release of his short story series, Locksley, a Robin Hood story.
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