Book Review Talk about The Followers by Evan Bollinger – Rated 4 Winks

The Followerss

The followers

Title The   Followers
Author Evan Bollinger
Genre Fantasy
Publisher Amazon
Release Date: March 26th   , 2012
ASIN/ISBN: B007OYPOL0
Purchase Link: http://www.amazon.com/The-Followers-A-Novella-ebook/dp/B007OYPOL0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1355175261&sr=8-1&keywords=the+followers+evan+bollinger  
Author/Book Website: http://meandermin.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html
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Book Description: “An extremely talented and highly skillful writer.” —   Kevin Moore“A unique, interesting and crazy story” —   Paul AitkenWhen a young boy follows a dark-winged creature through his   summer suburbia, the world opens before him. But as reality peels away, and   as the entities from beyond pour through, nothing can be done.
The mind bending has just begun. And what follows will change the boy and his   family forever. For the Multiverse has found a friend; the beings of the   black beyond are calling.
BRT Rating:  fourwinks
BRT Review Title:  Vivid, twisted and engulfing
BRT Review:  Kudos to Evan Bollinger for creating a vivid and enthralling story where you can wrap yourself into the mind of a child as he chases a creature that keeps you teetering between the realms of reality and fantasy. I never thought there was such a thing as being “too detailed” but, at times I did find myself skipping through indepthly descriptive portions of the story to get to the meat of the scene. Clearly a talented writer, Evan’s verbiage sometimes reminds me of Stephen King, but can become rather long-winded, without using run-on sentences, if such a thing is possible. Despite that minor flaw, the story line kept my interest throughout and the creepy discoveries that are more reality than not, including an unfortunate happenstance to a young girl is frightening. If you’re tired of predictability and guessing the ending 3 chapters early…you won’t be disappointed this time. He leaves you with your jaw dropped. Good review talk! But you be the judge.
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