Cruelty (Episode One)
CRUELTY is a serial novel in ten parts. Episode One On a lonely stretch of deserted Texas highway, Will Longmire breaks down. But he’s not alone. In the dead of night, Innis Blake hits someone, or something, with her car. The figure shouldn’t be getting up. But it is. An unstoppable force is... show more
CRUELTY is a serial novel in ten parts.
On a lonely stretch of deserted Texas highway, Will Longmire breaks down. But he’s not alone.
In the dead of night, Innis Blake hits someone, or something, with her car. The figure shouldn’t be getting up. But it is.
An unstoppable force is after Will and Innis. And before the night is over, both strangers will know the face of Cruelty.
Forgiveness is only a few miles down the road, but safety is nowhere in sight.
Publish date: October 4th 2013
Publisher: Edward Lorn
Pages no: 48
Edition language: English
Series: Cruelty (#1)
I agree with another reviewer that the less we know about the "bad guys" the better. Especially in a situation where he/it is constantly terrorizing the "good guys/gals." It may make some readers lose a certain amount of fear or suspense since they already know who's coming. On the other hand, Edwar...
Received through Booklikes in exchange for an honest review. This was a terrifyingly creepy story and I enjoyed every minute of it. Good descriptions and loved the multiple perspectives. There were some pretty standard horror story themes, most notably active males and fairly passive females who don...
*Book source ~ Purchased on Amazon There’s a serial killer out there and it’s name is Cruelty. But Cruelty is just the tool for the true serial killer. Who else is out there waiting for some unsuspecting stranger to cross paths with Cruelty? This is Episode One of a 10-part serial and it starts ...
Great Odin's Raven! Yes, I quoted Anchorman. Yes, it was necessary. Cruelty most definitely packs a punch. I've said it before and I'll say it yet again, Edward Lorn is an amazing writer. This may be a serial novel, which means that each episode is rather short, but there's so much packed into this ...
Despite the brutality, the real cruelty is that this is a cliffhanger ending! I'm actually sort of glad that I held off on this until at least a couple more episodes were out. I'm going to force myself to read Bay's End, and a couple others by Lorn, and then devour this. I also normally hate cl...