Terrorlord

Terrorlord

by Guido Henkel

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780982773086
Publisher: Thunder Peak Publishing
Publication date: 12/17/2010
Series: Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter , #9
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 949 KB

About the Author

After spending over 25 years writing, designing and producing interactive fiction for numerous award-winning computer games, Guido Henkel has decided to put his storytelling talents to use in linear fiction by launching the occult detective series “Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter”.

A lifelong fan of gothic horror and supernatural mysteries, selecting a genre to become active in as a writer was an easy and natural choice. Guided by the spirit of classic detective stories and gothic horror movies that create atmosphere through their settings as much as the mysterious events unfolding, his adventures incorporate a love and passion for the occult detective genre that shines through in every word.

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Terrorlord 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Read_A_Book More than 1 year ago
Although the ninth book in the series, this is the first in depth look into Jason Dark¿s background. We learn about his father and how Dark originally was introduced to ghost hunting and the like. I really liked that Jason is vulnerable in this novella. He is affected by his past in a way he never expected to be affected again, making him a character who needs to be saved in this novella. Because of this, Siu Lin, Dark¿s sidekick, has much more up front involvement and I really enjoyed seeing much more of her. H.G. Wells is also back in this novella and it was a very nice change to see the more minor characters take on a bigger role, especially as Siu Lin is such a kick butt heroine. Four stars.
VickiTyley More than 1 year ago
"You shall open the Seven Gates of Hell!" - Terrorlord The Terrorlord - the monster that almost killed Jason Dark as a child - is back and more determined than ever to unlock the Seven Gates of Hell and bring the world of the living to an end. Branded by the Terrorlord as a child, Jason Dark is powerless to stop the evil. This is eight Jason Dark adventure I've read, each better than the last. The writing is tight, the pace fast, the story gripping. I really enjoy the way Henkel weaves historical figures and facts into his stories, though the way they used to cull livestock in 1881 was rather gruesome. Gruesome but factual. Highly recommended.