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Bill Braddock ‘Brew’ Review


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Written by: Paula Limbaugh

I won this book Brew by Bill Braddock in a contest sponsored by 101 or Less : We waste less of your time and while under no obligation to review it, I decided I MUST!  With a title like Brew and a book blurb that does not do it justice, I’m afraid one may pass it up.  That would be a mistake, what a fantastic story.  This book has it all, fast paced; action-packed you won’t want to put it down.

It’s another Saturday night in College Heights home to Cougar Brewery or as the locals call it, cougar piss.  College kids are out and about, hitting the bars, clubs, frat house parties all with the same goal of having a good time and drinking beer.

Steve a local drug dealer has just met Cat, a hot chick with attitude.  Hoping to get to know her better they head over to his place.  Roommates Liz, Gabbie and Jackie just made their grand entrance at the local club.  Then we have Joel an aspiring entrepreneur paying college girls to have sex with old men on live feed.  Busy night.

Steve and Cat are engaging in some heavy flirting at his place when all of a sudden they hear screaming.  Liz just reaches her table with drink refills when she sees someone being attacked.  And Joel can’t believe what’s happening in front of him, the old man having sex with one of his girls just took a large bite out of her!  Herbert the nerdy chemist who supplies Steve with designer drugs seems to be the only one still enjoying the night.

Simultaneously people all over town have gone mad.  Why are some left unaffected and others are beyond reason?  What’s the common denominator?  Only time will tell and only will the cunning survive.  There are so many twists and turns you won’t be able to predict the end.

Order it right here.

Rating: 5/5

About The Overseer (1669 Articles)
Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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