Books

Festival

[PDF] Festival | by ↠ Aaron J. French - Festival, Festival Relaxation and romance were the plan for Steve and Cherie at the out of the way hot springs Something s not quite right about the staff at Serenity Sanctum the place has a vibe In no time old trauma

  • Title: Festival
  • Author: Aaron J. French
  • ISBN: 9781545363881
  • Page: 389
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] Festival | by ↠ Aaron J. French, Festival, Aaron J. French, Festival Relaxation and romance were the plan for Steve and Cherie at the out of the way hot springs Something s not quite right about the staff at Serenity Sanctum the place has a vibe In no time old traumas and relationship problems resurface turning what they thought would be a good time into a nightmare That s only the tip of the deep seeping terror Something unspeakableRelaxation and roman [PDF] Festival | by ↠ Aaron J. French - Festival, Festival Relaxation and romance were the plan for Steve and Cherie at the out of the way hot springs Something s not quite right about the staff at Serenity Sanctum the place has a vibe In no time old trauma

  • [PDF] Festival | by ↠ Aaron J. French
    389Aaron J. French
Festival

About "Aaron J. French"

  1. Aaron J. French

    Aaron J. French Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Festival book, this is one of the most wanted Aaron J. French author readers around the world.

853 Comments

  1. This novella is a work of pure, trashy joy And I was clever enough to wait until I was in the mood to pick it up and man, when I was it was perfect Abusive parents, panic inducing man hating old lesbians, open air BJs, Wicker Man style rituals I also have to confess that there s two things I love loads in fiction writer protagonists especially if the book s author writes about writing and also obsession with New York City this one delivers on the unparenthesized former Fuck yeah it does As is so [...]


  2. The first in a series of releases from Unnerving Magazine that coincide with the magazine goes to Aaron J French His story Festival is one part Wolf Creek and one part The Wicker Man as a young couple stop off at a hot springs camp site called Serenity Sanctum The site seems pleasant enough, though the staff seem a little off It s awfully quiet and it doesn t take a great deal of time for things to become unsettled and the staff to become a bit too watchful Steve and Cherie, it seems are trying [...]


  3. A fast and entertaining read is always a plus for busy readers Aaron J French s Festival is just that a quick, fun read, even if it does not appear so at first glance Totaling 142 pages, I completed the book within 24 hours Because of my current health issues, that s pretty impressive.Festival begins on the slower side of things with flashbacks to Steve s abusive childhood with an alcoholic mother His present day girlfriend, though pretty, isn t much better In a desperate bid to save their faili [...]



  4. That its ideology leaves me puzzled and unsure speaks to its open engagements with political ideas Indeed, many of the most beloved works in the genre have been weighed down by offensive or problematic perspectives examples as disparate as William Beckford s Vathek 1786 , Richard Laymon s The Cellar 1980 and, hell, the majority of H.P Lovecraft s oeuvre comes to mind Bottom line, though it s a compelling read I can t say that its perspective always rests easy, but it s worth noting that French w [...]



  5. This book was kind of weird at first, but not in a Dear God, what am I reading and why am I reading it kind of way I had trouble settling into the story and characters initially, but I enjoyed the weirdness, and wondered where what was happening could possibly take me I m glad I hung in there through the awkwardness which enhances the story and characters Mr French takes the reader to dark places only horror lovers can fully appreciate and I was not disappointed in the end Well done.


Leave a Comment