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by Tim McBain

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This is a promising series.Fade to Black takes psychological horror to a new level. Equal turns terrifying and mystical, brain-teasing and strange, this book makes you feel smart. It takes some deep looks at the human psyche, quantum physics, and mysticism all while scaring the heck out of you. I would happily recommend this to my friends.

So, Bled White...Oh my God! This was one of the greatest friggin books I've ever read! Seriously, I'm not just gushing. Totally cerebral, scary, and amazing, this story needs to get finished so I can read the rest! I called my older brother last night at 9:30 in the evening to tell him to read this series! That is a HUGE thing for me. I read 2-3 books per day , usually, and this book took me 2 days to finish! I had to keep putting it down to contemplate.... It's like this was written about me, which threw me off when he, the main character, would talk about his "dangly bits" , as I have none... All in all, a book bound to become a classic, if you liked book 1: Fade To Black , you will LOVE book 2! All of that is great, BUT.... If you are anything like me, you should probably wait until the series is finished, because it will eat your mind and curse you to wonder..... What happens next?????

Wow! Book 3 totally blew me away...It was actually worth the wait. "Red on the Inside" is a metaphysical mindfreak that had me pondering my existence for hours after I put the book down. I recommend re-reading Fade to Black and Bled White first, unless you have really good retention, so you don't get lost in book 3. Grobnagger and Glenn have many "astral adventures" in this continuation of the series. There's murder and mayhem, resurrections, bloody gore, and existentialism. Everything I liked about the series, so far, multiplied! The ending was a complete surprise. Absolutely worth every penny you pay for it. Love, love, love it! ( )
  LizaRobbins | Apr 16, 2015 |
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