Saturday, December 27, 2014

Book Review: Irredeemable by Jason Sizemore

Title: Irredeemable
Author: Jason Sizemore
Year: ©2014
My Rating: ♕♕♕♕♕/5
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 231
Format: Paperback
Sources: Author
Publisher: Seventh Star Publishing


Flowing like mists and shadows through the Appalachian Mountains come 18 tales from the mind of Jason Sizemore. Weaving together elements of southern gothic, science fiction, fantasy, horror, the supernatural, and much more, this diverse collection of short stories brings you an array of characters who must face accountability, responsibility, and, more ominously, retribution. Whether it is Jack Taylor readying for a macabre, terrifying night in The Sleeping Quartet, the Wayne brothers and mischief gone badly awry in Pranks, the title character in The Dead and Metty Crawford, or the church congregation and their welcoming of a special visitor in Yellow Warblers, Irredeemable introduces you to a range of ordinary people who come face to face with extraordinary situations. Whether the undead, aliens, ghosts, or killers of the yakuza, dangers of all kinds lurk within the darkness for those who dare tread upon its ground. Hop aboard and settle in, Irredeemable will take you on an unforgettable ride along a dark speculative fiction road.

         ☏My Thoughts☎

Writing Style: Great captivating read....... no words can really express my mood for Mr. Jason's "Irredeemable".

Captivation: This was indeed a scary read. It took me a while to grasp the concept, but I was not disappointed about LOVING this book. The short stories, were very nice and simply. They weren't blown to much out of proportion that I could stand it. Or were to dull, I wanted to love it but.......just couldn't. Books like these make me love being a blogger. To try different genres and authors and see potential that they hold. I can really say this was a great book that is highly recommended to you all readers.

Plot: The plots of the story were very exciting. You had many great stories to look forward to reading and giving a chance. All the plots shocked me with amazement, I couldn't hold in my emotions any longer.

Characters: Great. Has all lovely personality I feel like I'm taking to people I would meet in real life.

Favourite Line: "Destined full power to his sensory arrays, the object he sensed in the hallway was a rusted foaled chair and a empty wooden storage crate".

Final Thoughts: What a great book. I had full exporing short stories and didn't know I would enjoy it.

         ♤Jason Sizemore♤

I was born the son of an unemployed coal miner in a tiny Kentucky Appalachian villa named Big Creek (population 400). It’s an isolated area with beautiful rolling hills, thick forests, and country folk. I lived in Big Creek until I went to college, spending my weekends cruising the Winn Dixie parking lot of ladies, partying in my cousin’s run-down three room trailer, and being a member of the bad-ass Clay County High School Academic Team.



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