Mark Edwards Imports Evil With Follow You Home.

Daniel and Laura are the quintessential upper-middle class tourists searching for a tiny taste of adventure until they’re served a whole smorgasbord of terror. The genius of this novel is that you’re led on a journey of fear and wild curiosity as Mark Edwards refuses to reveal the final details of the mystery. SOMETHING has already happened, and the characters in the book allude to its savagery without announcing the truth. You’re forced to stalk though dark forests and decipher cryptic foreign languages to uncover the overarching horror while side plots entangling lust and fame contribute to the ride. The way the darkness of the story is gradually revealed to the reader is a little like a monster-movie; you can’t wait to stare into the eyes of the foul beast even though you know it’s going to give you nightmares. Such lovely and heart stopping suspense.
“Follow You Home,” is a perfectly crafted thriller that will toss you into the turmoil and insist that you track the terrifying footsteps of the protagonist. Doesn’t that sound like fun?

“Follow You Home” by Mark Edwards.
Setting: 7/10
Characters: 6.5/10
Plot: 7/10
Style: 7/10
Balance: 4/5
Pace: 3/5

Total: 34.5/50

Image credit: Follow You Home (2015) Cover. Mark Edwards.


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