Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Review and Blog Tour: Cry Of The Fallen The Black Chronicles Book 1 by Joel M. Andre


This was different and interesting. You were guessing through the entire book about who or what the actual killer was. Joel's writing is fast paced and tends to keep you reading.

The end of the book was good but it kept you wanting more...which is the point since it's only Book 1 LOL! I'm certainly interested in reading more of The Black Chronicles because this one really opened up the way for an exciting and spine tingling series.


About The Book:
(From PUYB)

All around her Lauren Bruni is faced with destruction. Her marriage has ended, and her professional life is at the breaking point. For Lauren, this is only the beginning of her pain.
In the small town of Cottonwood, AZ everything seems to be headed in the same direction. A serial killer is on the loose, and his trail of victims holds no connection. His rampage escalates and becomes far more brutal with each murder he commits.

As Lauren attempts to prevent her own life from collapsing down around her she must stop a killer with supernatural strength. But there is something far more sinister in the works than she could ever imagine. In the end it is up to Lauren to make the ultimate sacrifice to save a community from the purest form of evil.

About The Author:

Joel M. Andre was born January 13, 1981. At a young age he was fascinated with the written word. It was at fourteen that Poe blew his mind, and Andre began to dabble with darker poetry.
Between the years of 1999 and 2007 Joel was featured in various poetry anthologies and publications. In 2008 he released his first collection, Pray the Rain Never Ends.

Knowing there was something deeper and darker inside of his soul, Joel decided to take a stab at commercialism. Releasing the dark tongue in cheek, A Death at the North Pole, created a dark world among the death of Kris Kringle. Ultimately providing a tale of redemption.

October of 2008 saw Joel release his second book, Kill 4 Me. A tale in which a woman is haunted by a vengeful spirit through text messages and instant messaging.

Taking some time off and doing a lot of soul searching, Joel took things in a new direction and dabbled in the Fantasy Genre with, The Pentacle of Light. The tale dealing with five major races battling for control of Earth, and the acceptance of their God.

Finally, after missing his detective Lauren Bruni, he released the book The Return in October 2009, this time moving the action from the North Pole and placing it in the small Arizona community he was raised in.

Andre’s latest book is The Black Chronicles: Cry of the Fallen about a dead man who seeks revenge on the woman that tormented him in peaceful Northern Arizona.

Currently, he resides in Chandler, AZ.

You can visit his website at http://www.joelmandre.com/.

**Review copy provided by author. All opinioins are my own.

3 comments:

  1. I thought this book was very well written. It gave me nightmares. Thank you for sharing your review!

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  2. Thanks for your wonderful review, Kris! ;o)

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  3. I loved this one as well! Very visual and one of the best horror books that I have read in a long time!

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