I added a review for Scott Roche's ebook Through a Glass, Darkly to GoodReads and Amazon, the text of which is below:
This anthology is a collection of four horror stories that in some way always defy your expectations. Scott presents vivid characters that are instantly interesting, allowing is to have a vested interest in their welfare as the tale unfolds.I rated the book at five stars. so if you're looking for a little horror to spice up your day, and want to help me win Ebook Death Match, then pick up your copy of Through a Glass, Darkly from either Amazon or Smashwords today!
Scott merges the context of faith into his horror in a way that is unique and non-threatening. The priest in "Fetch" may or may not have what he needs to save himself and a friend from the evil that would claim their souls. Can the nun in "Power In The Blood" survive her encounter with a burgeoning horror through the power of God?
Scott also does an excellent job taking his stories in unexpected directions that can be quite chilling. In "The Good Samaritan" a pair of women learn that the best way to provide roadside aid can sometimes be by delivering a good old-fashioned ass-whippin'. And "The Good Doctor" learns that making a living on the edge of the supernatural holds more danger than he counted upon.
All in all Through A Glass, Darkly is an an enjoyable read that will resonate in your mind long after the book is done.
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