Seven-X: Terror to the Seventh Power

Seven-X: Terror to the Seventh Power

by Mike Wech

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ISBN-13: 9780615505817
Publisher: Mike\Wech
Publication date: 06/25/2011
Pages: 270
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.61(d)

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Seven-X: Terror to the Seventh Power 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
JamesP1 More than 1 year ago
As an avid psychological horror fan, Seven-X is a brain-twisting thriller that keeps you wanting more. The characters are compelling, the story is unique and thought provoking and the writing is vivid and imaginative. Highly recommended!
VictorM More than 1 year ago
Wow. This book has got me looking over my shoulder. It scared the hell out of me. It was one of those books you're afraid to read but don't want to put down. The author throws you right into the madness and keeps you hooked as you adventure deeper into these experimental proceeders the main character is a victim of. This is a must read for any fan of psychological, spin your head around horror.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was so intense, detailed and imaginative. The writer brings you into the asylum with him and you live through his nightmares. The story was so different from other horror books I've read. There was beauty and darkness woven together so intricately that it makes you really think about demons and spirits and how they affect us.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Penny White for Readers' Favorite Seven-X by Mike Wech follows reporter Eddie Hansen on a journey into a mental facility in search of truth, but finds him on a soul-searching journey inside himself and leaves him questioning everything he knows to be true. Convinced that death row inmates are being sent to a secluded facility for experimentation, Eddie embarks on a quest to prove his suspicions and get the story of a lifetime, the one that will leave him set for life. However, finding solid proof of his claims is only the beginning. Are the mentally ill or serially deranged really sick, or are they simply plagued by demons and capable of being “cured”. Eddie quickly finds himself with many more questions than answers and the longer he stays at the Uphir facility the more entangled and confused he becomes.   Mike Wech has produced a stunning work with Seven-X. I found myself unable to put it down. Not only was the story intriguing and thrilling, but it left me completely entertained and enthralled. I found myself sympathizing with the characters and appalled at their behavior all at the same time; and also constantly wondering if Eddie had stumbled upon a madhouse or if the entire facility was some sort of charade or truly the home of unspeakable experiments that he believed he was looking for in the first place. Seven-X is filled with characters that you will find not only interesting but terrifying and deliciously confusing at the same time. Spend some time with Eddie at Uphir and ask yourself — Do I really know what I am capable of…?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It messes with your mind and your perception of reality-makes you think: "what if..". Very well written creepy book.
BrendaJenkins More than 1 year ago
INTENSE!!! This is the best way to describe Seven-X. I got sucked into the story immediately and stayed up all night reading. I got chills, looked around the room and was acutely aware of every sound, sight and feeling inside me as I read. The writing takes you in and locks you into the asylum and you live and breathe through Eddie (the main character) as he investigates a mystery surrounding a missing death row prisoner who is shipped to an asylum for an exorcism. The demons seem so real and the concept behind this story is well thought out and executed that it blurs the lines of reality and fiction. You have to see for yourself and read this book.
Nubian_princesa More than 1 year ago
***Review Copy*** This book started out strong but ultimately became confusing and not very interesting. Maybe it was because I got no closure to the story. I'll have to purchase the new books in the series to see if I can get a grasp on the whole picture,since as of right now it seems fragmented and unresolved. If you don't plan on reading the entire trilogy don't bother starting this book.
JaneFreemont More than 1 year ago
My Holiday reading just got intense with the addition of Seven-X on my Nook. This book had the hairs on my arms jumping and my spine tingling, anticipating what was going to happen next. I loved the journal format. It was unique and thrust me inside Eddie's mind as he ventured deeper into insanity or demonic possession, it's not clear which. I think that is left for the reader to figure out as Mike Wech leaves us with a brilliant cliffhanger, and some questions for the next books in the series. Seven-X is original, dark, intense and deep. I highly recommend reading it
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melisaM More than 1 year ago
I really loved this book! I didn't want to put it down. It was very intense, creepy to the core, sent chills down my spine anticipating what was going to happen next. The wording was sensational! The way it was written made me feel as though I was there with the main character Eddie Hanson in that mental hospital and experiencing the same things he did while there. I highly recommend reading this book you will be glad you did. I can't wait till this becomes a movie. I hope there will be a sequel because I want to know more about Annette and her baby Kevin. And how Eddie is dealing with his own demons. I wander if there will be more people there who supposedly died or disappeared that are now being "healed". Will the demons ever be destroyed for good? Guess I will just have to wait and see! (mam)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was truly a different book - different in a good way; and yet it reminded me so much of Shutter Island. However, it didn't have the twist ending I so much loved and hated at the same time. And it also was a lot darker than the latter. This book is so realistic and really draws you in - the unique way of narrating lets you feel with Eddie, the main character, while still not giving everything away and keeping the reader (and Eddie!) wondering what is going on. I can't wait for the other parts of the trilogy coming out, since quite a few questions have been left open. Great work from an author I definitely want to read more from as it comes out! (I received the book as an e-book following a Goodreads First Reads giveaway)
Bookworm_Babblings More than 1 year ago
Wow! This novel was fantastic! Other than another Horror novel, I had no idea what I was getting into. It was so well written that I was drawn in from the very first page. It was so accurate and seemed so real, I began to wonder if Eddie Hansen really existed. I loved the way it drew me in, put me on an emotional roller-coaster and wondering if Timothy’s accusations are true. I must admit, this book gave me chills! I was hoping Eddie would go home and save himself, instead his quest for truth put his life and soul in danger. I can’t wait to see what else Mike Wech has in store for us.
angelofpromise More than 1 year ago
Bad Ass! Creepy to the core. F*@ks with your head. I loved it. Hadn't read a book that had me so engrossed, freaked and hooked at once. Good stuff!
AndrewClayton More than 1 year ago
Seven-X is the classic definition of horror. (Dictionary) An overwhelming and painful feeling caused by something frightfully shocking, terrifying, or revolting; a shuddering fear. YES. This book delivered all of these feelings with such precision and unique story telling; yet there was also beauty, redemption and humanity. This contradiction is what made it so compelling to me. I haven't read a book where the protagonist becomes the antagonist and vice-versa. The narrative bounces from first to third person with each side delivering a version and thought about the action. And the action is intense, following an investigative report into what one character described as the "Heartbeat of Hell"
AnaM1 More than 1 year ago
I got hooked from the first chapter and couldn't put this book down. Ok. I had to stop a couple of times just to calm down. Seven-X gets in your head and keeps you wanting more, while freaking out. It's deep, mystical, unsettling, haunting, tragic, funny at times and incredibly well written. I feel like I am in Eddie's shoes, committing myself into this asylum and living through his experience. And all the while I ask myself, could these demons be haunting me too.
WilliamHiggins More than 1 year ago
Easily one of the best books I've read in awhile. A smart, intense, thinking man's thriller with a horror edge that immediately brings you into the action and keeps you there through every twist and turn. The writing is so vivid and the style is so unique, weaving first and third person narrative so seamlessly that it feels like you are a part of the story as you read it. You become locked involuntarily into the asylum with Eddie and live and breathe his nightmare as he tries to break the story that becomes his own. An ingenious piece of literature and a wild, creepy ride that is worth taking.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago