As a psychologist in a prison hospital, Eva Ross had always dealt with her share of sinners. The corrupt, the insane, their minds were all hers to unlock. But when those around her, those she trusted with her life start to exhibit the same characteristics, she is forced to turn to a stranger, a man whose name she is incapable of even remembering, for sanctuary.
Follow Eva as she crosses continents to unlock the answers, and her eventual destiny.
Hellbounce. Demons don’t always hide in the dark
Hellbounce gripped me straight from the start.
Right from the off the storyline really draws you into the book and was very fast paced and packed full of action.
I loved the beginning of the story where we see Eva Ross in her work environment where she works with the criminally insane. It was a great starting point for the story and from there on the story gets weirder but even better.
The author does a wonderful job in his descriptions in the story and as a reader I found a lot of the gory parts in particular I could easily visualise the scenes in my head. Hellbounce would certainly be great for the screen.
There are quite a few characters in this book which along with Eva we have to work out who’s trustworthy and who’s not as you will soon realise hardly anyone is who they seem.
Hellbounce is actually the first in The ARC Chronicles and there is a second book available in the series called Hellborne so will be very interested to see where the story takes us in the second book.
For any true horror fans this really is a must read.
Many thanks to The Book Club and the author for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
I have awarded this book 4/5 stars.