Thursday, March 21, 2013

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep by D.G. McIntosh (REVIEW)



Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

Author:  D. G. McIntosh
Category:  Thriller/Horror
Suitable for ages:  Adults
My Rating: 3 ½ stars
Format Read for Review: Kindle
Pages: 231

Description:  This story is set in a church in Maine in the middle of a blizzard. There is an evil spirit in the church that is killing off members of the congregation. A Private Investigator makes it his mission to get revenge on the demonic presence to avenge the deaths of people that he was close to.

In Short:  The story was really scary. The characters were well developed and likable The story keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting to see what happens next. However, if you are put off by endless writing mistakes you will want to skip this one.

Pros: The setting was well written and made me feel like I was there. The plot was very good and I never wanted to put the book down. If this book was turned into a movie, it would be a very scary movie and I would love to see it.

Cons:  The vulgar language in this book was a huge turn off to me. The whole book was full of spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes. In some sentences I couldn't figure out what the author was trying to say. This author would greatly benefit from an editor.



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