Publish date: May 2nd 2012
Publisher: Red Adept Publishing
Pages no: 242
Edition language: English
Some people follow a tour guide on a hike towards the Waverly Chasm, not far from Bay's End. When the trip goes terribly wrong, every one of them is confronted with their past. As always with Edward Lorn's books I liked the writing. It facilitates easy reading while on the other hand being dark an...
“The Bastard must be fed.” There are shadows that attach themselves around the living. If you can see them, you’re special. Oh, and you’re probably going to be dead soon. Well, maybe not. All you need to do is survive the mindfuck that is the Dastardly Bastard and solve the mysteries of Waverly Cha...
I recently read Lorn's [b:Cruelty: Episode One|18627784|Cruelty Episode One (Cruelty #1)|Edward Lorn|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1380946955s/18627784.jpg|26418317], thought it was excellent and I look forward to reading the rest of the series. The writing in Dastardly Bastard was just as good - ...
Now you probably want to hear about the book. In short, I loved it. It was fast-paced, full of wit and suspense. Each character came with their own baggage, their own horrors, that they had to face. Justine was my favorite. She was a real hero in this story, pulling folks together, leading the way w...
An interesting tale of memories, mind games and mayhem. The choice to have the story unfold during a nature hike/tour was an unusual one, but one that works.3.5 stars