Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Saturday Night of The Living Dead by Brad Carter Is Deadly Captivating! #PMPressBooks #bcarterwrites

It’s been one hell of a year for horror movie effects artist Ryan Parker. Taken into custody by a secret government organization, he is forced to recount in detail the last year of his life. As his memory begins to come into focus, he describes the manic months leading up to the mysterious and violent events at the Moonlight Drive-In Theater in Edgewood, Arkansas.

Trapped in his hometown by shadowy supernatural forces, Ryan confronts a past he thought he’d left behind. His parents still disapprove of his career and lifestyle. The high school jocks still want to torment him. The women in his life—one of whom is dead—seem determined to complicate matters even further. Then there’s the small matter of the vengeful spirits and ancient demonic entities that have chosen Edgewood for their battleground.

The 411 by Maria:

What a great read. From the first page till the end I was captivated by the writing and the detail. I could visualize the entire story and what a story it is.

Our main character Ryan is a fan of horror movies. Such a fan that he and his childhood friend set their sights on becoming make up artists for some of the biggest horror movies out there and find success. 

There is mystery, murder, horror, romance, supernatural, and violence all tied up in a well written, thoroughly entertaining book with a fun and freaky cover that reminds me of the 70s.

There are some scenes that are so detailed that I felt as if I were watching a movie instead of reading. 

Full of horror movie names like Bruce Campbell, Wes Craven, and John Carpenter makes it feel autobiographical at times which once again reiterates how good of a writer Brad is. I was completely into this book.  Was it a mystery about two  girls who were murdered at a drive-in? Was it about a cult? Was it about B Horror Movies?  Was it about Ryan and his high school crush? Was it about Zombies? Ghosts? The Supernatural? Magic? Religious Cults? Well, it is about all of these things and more AND it is quite funny.

I will be recommending this book for a long time. Why has this not been made into a movie yet?

Much different than what I have been reading lately. Great change of pace.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary ebook from Post Mortem Press for my honest opinion.

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