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Book Review: Dead Man's Eye by Shaun Jeffrey
Blighted by an eye disease, Joanna Raines undergoes a corneal transplant operation to stop her going blind. The procedure is successful, but in the weeks that follow she begins to see dark coronas surrounding certain people. By turns fearful that something has gone wrong and worried that she's going crazy, Joanna searches for an answer to the phenomena.
What she finds will change her life forever. The transplant has opened a door in her mind, and the strange coronas are not legacies of the operation but proof that a legion of demons plans to invade the earth!
Now the only thing that stands between the demonic horde and their plot to take over the world is Joanna, a young woman with the power to see them for what they really are.
Seeing is believing.
The demons are real.
Joanna just has to convince everyone else before it's too late.
File Size: 228 KB
Print Length: 111 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Deshca Press (December 30, 2010)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Review:What a perfect dark novel. This is a must have for anyone
that enjoys the thriller and horror genres. I tend to not read too much of
them, but once in a while, I run across a great one. I couldn't put this one
The pace of this book is quick and your curiosity will keep
you turning the pages. Although, you may want to make sure you don't need to
walk your dog at night after this read.