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review 2018-09-03 12:08
Don't be worshipping no toads!
House Beneath the Bridge - Iain Rob Wright


This has a nice love story at it's base.  Not a romance, but two people figuring how they lost each other.


The rest is creepy house(s) suspended in time, a cursed village, and a monster monk.

And the toad king.


Remember what I said about more mature?  We had a little backsliding.  Not bad, but at one point he gleefully, and repeatedly, mentions a testicle slicer.




All in all, a good story of the supernatural with plenty of humor thrown in.


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text 2018-09-02 13:58
Reading progress update: I've read 60%.
House Beneath the Bridge - Iain Rob Wright


Father Cotton got up from the pews. "The first thing you need to do is listen carefully, but first I shall fetch us more tea."

   "Make mine a strong one," said Patrick.

   "I'm afraid I only have decaf."

   "Jesus Christ," said Patrick.  "This really is Hell."


I'm with ya there pal.  LOL


I've read other stuff by Mr. Wright, most notably his A-Z Horror short stories.

One of which scared my socks off.


This one is a little more 'mature' than most of his other stuff I've read.  LOL

He's always fun though.




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review 2016-12-08 23:26
Sam: A Horror Mystery Novel (Possession) by Iain Rob Wright
Sam - Iain Rob Wright Sam: A Horror Mystery Novel (Possession) by Iain Rob Wright is a frightening book. I gave it four stars. It kept my attention start to finish. Tim Golding is a ghost hunter. Angela Murs is an excommunicated priest. They are both called by Jessica Bell-Raymeady to help 'exorcise' her child, Sam. "Tim awoke well rested in his van at 10AM. Frank had offered him a room inside the house, but the van was his home. He didn’t see any reason to obligate himself to anybody else. Sleeping in his vehicle also gave him the option of a midnight getaway if things got too intense. Running away was one of the ways Tim survived." Angela found fresh clothing that Mike brought from her house. "To her surprise, she had found her old cassock and dog collar packed in her suitcase. Mike must have looked for it. Wearing it again now, after so long without it, felt strangely comforting. It was as if she had donned another layer of skin or a set of body armour. She realised now how much she had missed the purpose and identity that the robes gave to her. I don’t feel so worthless." I received a complimentary copy from the author. That did not change my opinion for this review. Link to purchase: https://www.amazon.com/Sam-Horror-Mystery-Novel-Possession-ebook/dp/B009CFF73O
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review 2016-11-13 17:20
Review: Legion (Hell on Earth #2) by Iain Rob Wright
Legion: Volume 2 (Hell On Earth) by Iain Rob Wright (2016-06-02) - Iain Rob Wright

Published by: SalGad Publishing Group (17 May 2016)




Rating: 5*



What will you do when the world ends? That’s a question that needs answering quickly when the gates to Hell open up all over Earth. Taking place across the globe is an apocalypse like no other, as humanity finds itself at war against a smart and merciless foe. Follow the struggles of survival with several characters as things go from bad to worse. Humanity is dwindling.

Vamps has never been anything more than a kid on the streets, but when those streets become a war zone, he and his childhood friends are forced to step up and become heroes—not an easy thing to do for a bunch of gangsters. It doesn’t help matters that a rival gang is also out for their blood and that a group of humans seem to be helping the enemy.

Hernandez is a US Navy Lieutenant with a bright, neatly planned future. That is until the world ends and a chance encounter with a rogue Coast Guard Captain leaves his future in disarray. It will take a lot of hard work, planning, and manipulation to take back the reigns of his destiny, and punish those who have crossed him.

Richard Honeywell is a police office at a time when being a police officer is the least safest thing a person can do. The world is at war, but Richard still has a duty to keep the peace and protect the citizens of the United Kingdom. Yet, how can he do that when his own family are in danger? People are looking to him for leadership, but how do you lead army of civilians to certain death?

The world must come together and fight back against the unstoppable Legions of Hell, because no one is coming to help them. The monsters are real and they will not stop. Welcome to Hell.



I'm a huge fan of Iain Rob Wright's books, but I've somehow neglected to read The Gates, the first in the Hell on Earth series. Despite this, I was able to pick up the threads of the story with each character without any trouble or confusion, but I'll definitely be reading book #1 very soon! Each new chapter was dedicated to a different character, which was clearly stated.This obviously really helped me know who the chapter was going to be about.

The way the chapters picked up the story with each of the characters alternately really helped build the momentum of the premise as a whole; I could see a map in my mind of where all the characters were and what they were doing in their groups to fight the Legions of Hell.


The story itself is one of my favourites by the author. I'm a sucker for anything involving demons. One of my favourite TV shows involves a couple of brothers who drive around hunting demons and other monsters, whilst trying to seal the gates of Hell, so demons plus gates of Hell, fallen angels and the like...welll, you had me at demons, the rest is a very big bonus! I like the writing style, although it's a good versus evil tale it still throws you the odd surprise, and the (human) characters are believable. Personally, I think the author should adapt this into a longer series for all us demon hunter fans.



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review 2016-09-17 04:40
The Picture Frame
The Picture Frame: A Horror Novel - Iain Rob Wright

In reality, this is probably actually a 2.5 for me, but the fact that I had to keep reading until I finished bumped the rating up a tick.


However, I didn't find it particularly scary, and it was rather predictable, too. There was some pacing issues--the resolution felt far too rushed. I ended up going back and rereading it, because I thought I'd missed something.



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