EVIL LURKS IN THE MOST UNLIKELY PLACES.
The town of Bringham-once a peaceful, God-fearing community, suddenly and abruptly finds itself in a major crisis.
Strange things are happening which defy logic even in the slightest sense of the word. Yet, one resident has seen the devastation before-hand and knows that if something isn't done quickly to eradicate the evil that is upon them, the town they know and love will be a distant, tragic memory.
What no one can possibly fathom is that the seemingly pious and good-natured may be the reason the darkness has found its way to Bringham in the first place.
As you pay close attention to this story, each episode will bring you closer and closer to the truth.
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I grew up surrounded by books and music as a kid. Just like my taste in books, my taste in music is the same – eclectic. And right now, the lyrics to McFadden & Whitehead’s Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now is playing through my head with a Morasco twist. Ain't No Stoppin Tanya R. Taylor Now! She’s on the move! Ain't No Stoppin Taylor Now! She’s got the groove! Taylor is a writer with a fresh voice that is a celebration of ooky, spooky, and bone chilling terror. Taylor is on fire. Taylor is on fleek. INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare (Episode 1) is gripping, nightmarish and theatrical. Marie Adams is a commanding character who takes center stage without coming across as a pretentious know it all. Marie is the real deal in a land crammed with beige boring banana protagonists. One of Taylor’s many strengths is creating strong female leads. Is there anything that Taylor cannot do? I think not. She builds incredible worlds, crafts flawless stories, designs robust characters, and layers every gradation to perfection. And if that was not enough, her writing is a carnival of existential and innate terror. Once again, with INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare (Episode 1) Taylor keeps reminding readers she is the possessor of one of the most ingenious and infinite minds in the horror genre to come along since Clive Barker, Stephen King and Ruth Rendell. Undoubtedly, Taylor is the horror genre’s pièce de résistance. Copyright © 2016 by Diane Morasco Review first appeared in Blogcritics.
A thrilling short story of good and evil… Since her father’s death, Marie premonitions and dreams of death and destruction overwhelming her small town. The successful launch of her first book is overshadowed by the appearance of one of her brothers at her book signing. Marie considers her husband and daughter to be her only true family after the lifetime of rejection she suffered growing up from her mother and siblings. When her premonitions start to come true Marie realizes that God intends to use her to stop the evil. The author does a good job of building the characters and developing the plot even though it is a short story; it takes place over twenty-four hours. The plot could be very dark at times. I liked that it could be a thriller and still be a clean read with strong values. It is a well-written book and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good suspenseful thriller. I've only read Book #1 but I enjoyed reading it and look forward to reading the next book in the series.