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Mick Ridgewell ‘Evil Unleashed’ Review


Written by: Vitina Molgaard  

The battle line between good and evil runs through the heart of everyman.

Alekzandr  Solzhenitsyn

 

The sleepy little town of Kings Shore is unaware of the evil that has been lying in wait for a hundred years, but it is about to find out what has inhabited their forest hoping for the opportunity to once again walk freely among them. Malachi Adams, a demonic vampire is released and soon begins to kill and resurrect his victims.

As Malachi’s strength grows he realizes that many things have changed in the last century and decides he needs help in successfully acting on his desire to obtain control and fulfill his revenge against the community that had stopped his attempt to reign supreme once before. As such he seeks out various victims that he can use as his minions.

It does not take long before Roland Millhouse, the novel’s protagonist, learns about what is going on and returns to Kings Shore. Mr. Millhouse knows about the evil that is currently active as he once visited there as a reporter to do an article for the paper he worked at. Soon Malachi and Roland meet up and no good things come from their acquaintance.

Mick Ridgewell has outdone himself with this one. The story is a great, easy read from page one on until the end. No lapses in action, no unanswered questions, just plenty of activity that will keep you turning the pages. His characterizations and the story developments are what make this Evil Unleashed a winner. And the ending…Well I am going to leave that up to you to find out about. I certainly would not want to spoil that for anyone, it’s awfully impressive.

I was excited when I read this one, normally I really limit myself on vampire stories but I happily opened this one, and I was not ever let down. Evil Unleashed will one day be recognized as a classic. I couldn’t put the book down. Whether or not neck biting, blood thirsty, lust-loving vampires work for you, you’ve got to give this one a read. You will not be disappointed.

This one will be available soon, we’ll keep you updated.

Rating: 5/5

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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