Suspenseful horror fans will be in for a treat with Badfish
4.25 out of 5 stars
The cover confused me a bit when I read the synopsis of this, but after reading it I’m really glad I took a chance on it. Badfish is one of those books where you wonder if it will be as good as the synopsis paints it. This one was actually better. Rovens is a wonderful story-teller and character developer.
The characters were incredibly deep and believable. With that being said, they were interesting to say the least. Interesting in every meaning of the word.
Even when I was trying to figure out what genre to shove this in I couldn’t find the sweet spot. It definitely has some horror items that would make Steven King proud (minus the 900 of 1000 pages describing needless things) ;). It is also a suspenseful book. There were times I found myself holding my breath. That’s a sign of a well written book.
A few times did I find some of the goings on a little vulgar, but I don’t mind things like that. Just be warned that there is some dark stuff in here — I mean just read the synopsis.
Overall, a few minor flaws here and there and it just not being totally inside a “must-read” genre for me — this book was good. If you are a fan of King or Koonts I can’t imagine this book disappointing you at all.
Suspensful horror fans be on the lookout for Sue Rovens.
I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
BADFISH IS A TOWN DROWNING IN ITS
OWN CIRCLE OF HELL.
Misogynist motel owner Karl Demetris has an insatiable desire for money and power. In order to line his pockets, he leads an underground drug ring, but soon discovers a cheaper substance to peddle. The effects on its victims are ghastly
Strip club owner and public masturbator extraordinaire, Donald Bickley, is the only person in a position to stop this atrocity. Though he has his own demons to battle, the future of Badfish rests in his sticky hands. Donald will need to pull
himself together long enough to save the town.
WHO AND WHAT WILL BE LEFT STANDING WHEN
EVERYTHING COMES TO AN UGLY HEAD?
Sue Rovens is a horror/suspense indie author who firmly believes that writing eerie and disturbing stories while collapsing into a quivering blob at the sight of a soft, cuddly animal is totally normal. She enjoys collecting antique advertising, watching old school movies, reading, and cheese. She also runs, but doesn’t enjoy it all that much.
Badfish is her debut novel.
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