Reviews

William Blackwell

Wow! This book should also be listed in the travel section as well as horror. It sure points up some dangerous aspects of the dark underbelly of the Dominican Republic, along with the predatory nature of some of the women. What an eye opener! If you want a full-tilt action story that careens down the mean streets of the DR and twists and turns violently while en route you've come to the right place. What can I say. I loved this book, particularly the lively characters, non stop action and educational aspects of it. Way to go William Blackwell. Excellent story. -Mosely King

Fiona Castello

breath-taking journey to the darker side of the human soul - This novel takes the reader to a breath-taking journey to the darker side of the human soul. As it says in the title, it will fuel your nightmares and captivate your interest from the moment you start reading Nightmare's Edge. Dazzling story line with a surprising ending

Get A Copy

Nightmare's Edge

From: William Blackwell

Twitter:

All Tweets for book 862

Total Book Tweets for William Blackwell is 14000

Category: Horror

Average Rating:

Based on 2 reviews

Nels Watson has been having nightmares for as long as he can remember--some so violent and real he wakes up sweat-soaked and trembling with fear. His problems start when he travels to the beachfront community of Costambar, on the north shore of the Dominican Republic. He meets his long-time girlfriend Novelee and strange things start happening--his worst nightmares begin coming true.

He dreams of his friends being stalked and killed and suddenly realizes he is being hunted by a ruthless killer. Novelee's behavior becomes increasingly erratic and belongings go missing from his apartment. Who can he trust? Struggling through sleepless nights, a sleeping pill addiction and an alcoholic haze, Nels recruits the help of his powerful and well-connected friend Juan and tries to navigate his way through his tumultuous romance and a series of deadly attacks by the killer.

Nightmare's Edge journeys deep into the underbelly of local culture and exposes the need for money that at times is the underlying motivation behind Dominican friendliness. It strips away the idyllic veneer, revealing the dark and predatory nature of many of this country's people.

Total Book Tweets for William Blackwell is 14000


Author's BookClubPro Webpage
Visit Author's Website: http://www.wblackwell.com/

Share on Social Media
Get A Copy



Books without Book Banners are tweeted with book cover.


Recent BCP Tweets for this book:







Share on Social Media
All Tweets for book 862