#BOOKTOURS | Malevolent Nevers – Tom Rimer @RimerTom @ShadowSparkPub @ZooloosBT #MalevolentNevers #ZooloosBookTours #amreading #bookreview

Welcome to the book tour for Malevolent Nevers by Tom Rimer. Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the spot on the tour. Check out my review and let me know what you think in the comments.


Tis thy turn.

Abel Ward just wants to reconnect with his son. After having been a ghost for seventeen years, he’s returned and trying to be a parent again. He doesn’t want to mess it up. If only he knew where to start.

Here they wait for all our evers.

Simi Ward wants his dad to leave him alone. He’s happy just hanging with his girlfriend, Mags, and though Abel is trying, it’s far too late. Sometimes you really can’t make up for lost time.

Our demons to bear.

And when a mysterious midnight call summons them both to an old family estate in New England, neither could have expected what would be lying in wait. An ancient evil so rooted in the story of their ancestors, it’d be impossible to dig up.

Our demons to share.

Will the secret remain buried, or will Simi and Abel finally learn the truth? Does knowing the truth do anything to stop the evil from spreading?

Sometimes they be locked away, where no one can see ’em, outter sight.

Sometimes they be a droolin’ face, starin’ in through ‘yer winder, in the dead of the night!

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Review:

Malevolent Nevers by Tom Rimer had such a unique cover, I said “yes” to the blog tour before I even read the synopsis. I’m so glad I did. This is my first read from this author and it won’t be my last!

Malevolent Nevers is a Gothic horror that contains all the elements I want to see in a horror novel. First of all, the characters are so deeply written that I had such an emotional connection to them. I was worried for them and couldn’t stop reading because I needed to know what happened.

I love the fact rhat Malevolent Nevers takes places in a real-world location: Foxborough, Massachusetts. Having it in a all, rural town made this story even more intriguing. I love the mystery of the novel and how it’s wrapped up in the history of the area.

The monsters were terrifying, the mystery was solid, and the characters were brilliantly crafted. There wasn’t a moment in this story that I didn’t enjoy. I highly recommend giving this a shot! I don’t think you’ll regret it.

Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the free review copy. All opinions are my own and unbiased.

Rating:

5★


Tom Rimer is an author living in Foxborough, Massachusetts with his wife and two children. He is the author of THE GLOWING Trilogy. His short story “Clown” was published as part of the horror anthology, 13 Tales to Give You Night Terrors. His stand alone YA Gothic Horror novel, MALEVOLENT NEVERS, is due out from Shadow Spark Publishing on 12-3-21. Right now, he’s probably lost in an old bookshop. You can find him on Twitter, musing about what he finds funny and talking about all bookish things @RimerTom

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