Welcome to my spot on the blog tour for The Devil’s Shadow by BJ Edwards. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on the tour. Read on for more info and my review.
In a vault beneath the Mediterranean Sea, a creature from myth and folklore sleeps.
Government agents David Coswell and Hannah Martin join forces to find and study the creature with the hopes of harnessing its power for their country’s good. Accidentally, they release the creature and London is plunged into chaos.
Lawlessness and hedonism spread as Lord of the Flies regains his strength and uses violence and fear to build his new kingdom.
David Coswell, along with his ‘handler’ Sentinel Nutbeam, retired soldier Nigel Carter, and Spanish matriarch Maria Perez help the Prime Minister confront the beast and take back control of a fractured country.
The Devil’s Shadow is a fast-paced supernatural thriller. Sometimes scary, sometimes sexy and always exciting, it is an absorbing tale of friendship, loyalty, faith and belief.
The Devil’s Shadow by BJ Edwards is an addicting story that contains beautiful, haunting writing. This author knows how to use powerful imagery to convey chilling moments. The plot is chilling, with action scenes that had my adrenaline pimping. The story flowed well, and I had a hard time setting this down.
There are more than narrative but each character growth is intriguing. They each find themselves in positions they never thought possible, and their actions in response to these positions felt real.
The Devil’s Shadow is memorable and twisted. I haven’t read a horror-thriller quite like this. I really enjoyed how much of an emotional rollercoaster this took me on. I recommend giving this a read.
Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the review copy and the opportunity to honestly review this book on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
BJ is a writer of novels, plays and short stories. He also writes screenplays – one of which is currently in development. To date he has published four books, including a collection of poetry. With a passion for history, anthropology and archaeology, he is a former English teacher and theatre director. BJ is totally blind and lives with his partner, his collection of swords and their dogs, Oliver and Sallie. In his spare time, BJ enjoys films, books, training, martial arts and rowing.
My website: http://www.bjedwards.co.uk
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