Tick by Jerry McKinney
The horrific murder of Colin's wife sends him into a quiet calm. A mind set off by a ticking clock to search into the darkness of his soul... and the clock ticked.
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Tick based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
and I thought it was only me that was driven bonkers by ticking clocks.... a relentless story of Colin going bonkers... although he didnt have to go to far! anyone who has felt true rage will understand how Colin feels. Its just a bit spooky to have it written down for you! Jerry has a way of writing that leaves your nails bitten to the pulp and he then finishes the story by sprinkling salt on just to set the hairs on fire too....
It gets on your nerves and the more you try to ignore it the more it drives you crazy, it's the ticking of a clock. The constant ticking, the tick, tick, tick. Colin has this constant ticking droning on and then with his wife at his side, he is living quite the life. I guess I should mention that his wife is dead. I loved how Colin is consumed in this book and how he deals with it. The ending was great!
TICK, TICK, TICK. Clocks that beat like a pulse through the day are like metronomes underscoring, perhaps directing, the rhythms of our lives. When you can't shut the sound out of your mind, it can be annoying. On an office wall, it can be distracting. Or far worse. It's a good thing digital clocks are silent. "Tick" is another psychological twistful thriller of a tale by Jerry McKinney, an author whose imagination knows only leaps, no bounds, and whose talent for storytelling -- as well as writing prowess -- keeps me and other fans lining up with hungry eyes for more. Will Colin be driven insane by the murder of his spouse and the ticking of the clocks? Only Time will tell . . .