The Sunday Salon


This book releases March 10th, 2009.





The town and the people of Innertown have never been the same since George Lister’s chemical plant shut down, especially the woods. There is something evil in the woods. Every year a boy or two disappears, never to be seen or heard from again. The police won’t do anything about the disappearances as there is no sign of foul play. There are a few people who believe otherwise and they are town policeman, John Morrison in addition to Leonard and his friends. It seems that Morrison knows there is evil hiding in the woods but he just like the rest of the authorities will not do anything about it. So it is up to Leonard and his friends to fight the darkness, before it claims the rest of them.

Having never read any of author, John Burnside’s other previous works to go off of what type of author Mr. Burnside is; I thought The Glister was a hauntingly dark and gruesome piece of work. That is a good thing. It drew the reader in and enveloped them in Evil. I couldn’t stop reading. The Glister is like riding a horrifying roller-coaster ride that you can’t get abandon till the end, so all you have left to do is just hold on tight and enjoy the ride. I like that horror fans as well as anyone looking for a good scary will enjoy The Glister. This is one book you will want to get your hands on as soon as possible. You won’t regret it.


Comments

Wendy said…
OH, I recently got this book in the mail! I'm excited to read it now. Thanks for a great review!
Linda Jacobs said…
I love this genre! And the name is so cool, too!

Happy holidays!

Popular posts from this blog

Colorado Dream

Puck

Hockey Karma