Book Review|Harvest Festival|Karl Drinkwater

A short but sweet post and review today. Hope you like it.

Harvest Festival Karl Drinkwater Published 31st May 2016 Publisher Organic Apocalypse Genre Thriller/horror/Suspense Edition Paperback Pages 97 Purchase Link


How far would you go to save your family?

First the birds went quiet.

Then the evening sky filled with strange clouds that trapped the heat below.

Now Callum wakes, dripping in sweat. Something has come to his isolated Welsh farm. If he’s going to keep his family alive during this single night when all hell breaks loose, he’ll have to think fast. And when he sees what he’s facing, he suspects even that may not be enough.

This blast of a book can be read in one nail-biting session.

My Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Creep Fest

What a brilliant little book! It packs a great big, creepy punch and the amount of action packed in to the number of pages is phenomenal. It wasn’t what I was expecting but better. Classic Drinkwater writing highlighting his talent for quick, easy and clever scares!

About the Author

Karl Drinkwater is originally from Manchester but has lived in Wales for nearly twenty years, ever since he went there to do a degree: it was easier to stay than to catch a train back. His longest career was in librarianship (twenty-five years); his shortest was industrial welding (one week). Sometimes he writes about life and love; sometimes death and decay. He usually flips a coin in the morning, or checks the weather, and decides based on that. His aim is to tell a good story, regardless of genre. When he is not writing or editing he loves exercise, guitars, computer games, board games, the natural environment, animals, social justice and zombies.

Karl Drinkwater writes dystopian space opera, dark suspense and diverse social fiction. If you want compelling stories and characters worth caring about, then you’re in the right place. Welcome!

Karl lives in Scotland and owns two kilts. He has degrees in librarianship, literature and classics, but also studied astronomy and philosophy. Dolly the cat helps him finish books by sleeping on his lap so he can’t leave the desk. When he isn’t writing he loves music, nature, games and vegan cake.

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