Here’s my quick review of the novel.
While not as sophisticated as Harris’s later works, this first novel from the man who brought us Hannibal Lecter is definitely worth a read. The story has slow parts, and some of the characters weren’t as interesting to me as they were to the author, but there is no denying the power of a plot that builds up to a massive act of terrorism. You know from the early pages exactly where this novel is headed and you simply must keep reading to find out what happens.
If you’re here because of Girls Wearing Black or Demon Queen, you might not like Black Sunday, but fans of One Fall will totally dig it, I think.
I’m now reading Damned by Chuck Palahniuk.
Worked on GWB3 for five hours today, first at a cafe in Southeast Albuquerque, then at a public library. I’ve been posting pictures of the writing spots on the FB page.
The Homecoming Masquerade audiobook is finished and should be up on Audible, Amazon, and iTunes next month. I’m now working with the same voice artist to produce Festival of the Moon.