Review: Fear The Light by William Massa @Bill_Massa

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Flora Reviews… Today, I’m sharing my thoughts about Fear The Light by William Massa. A unique murder mystery novel with a vampiric twist.

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Review: Fear The Light by William Massa @Bill_MassaMy Rating:
Title: Fear the Light by William Massa
Series: Standalone Novel
Published by Self-Published on 23 October, 2013
Genres: Dark Paranormal, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Paranormal Fiction, Suspense, Thriller, Urban Fantasy, Vampires
Narrator: Kirby Heyborne
Length: 5 hours 18 minutes
No. of Pages: 208


Many had tried to kill the Count over the centuries. All had failed. Until now...

Eight vampires gather at their maker's castle to solve the mystery of who killed Dracula. But as the sun rises outside the chateau, a voice cries out and another vampire is slain. Trapped inside their master's lair, the sun burning bright outside, Dracula's children realize that they have met their match - a formidable killer who plans on picking them off one by one! As the daylight reigns and their numbers dwindle, a dark suspicion grows - could the killer be hiding in plain sight?

Source: Bought
Review Format: Audiobook, eBook
Purchase Links: Books2Read - Universal eBook Link ¦ Audible*

What did I think about Fear The Light?

William Massa is a new-to-me author. I was intrigued by the plot but wasn’t expecting to like the story as much as I did.

Massa’s writing style was easy to read with good use of prose. I liked that he allowed the reader to get to know the characters well enough that you either liked or hated them. The pace of the plot was good – never a dull moment. Thankfully, the mystery was also cleverly written and kept me guessing until practically the last few chapters. I enjoyed the few plot twists and turns and loved being caught by surprise!

Fear The Light is an excellent book therefore, I highly recommended it!!

If William Massa is new for you too, keep reading to find out more him.

About William Massa

Author - William Massa

William Massa is a produced screenwriter and bestselling Amazon author. His film credits include Return to House on Haunted Hill and he has sold pitches and scripts to Warner, USA TV, Silver Pictures, Dark Castle, Maverick and Sony.

William has lived in New York, Florida, Europe and now resides in Venice Beach surrounded by skaters and surfers. He writes Dark Urban Fantasy and Action-Adventure Horror (he likes to call it Heroic Horror). Current series include The Hexecutioner, The Paranormalist, Shadow Detective, Night Slayer and Occult Assassin.

New series are currently in the works.

Thanks for taking the time to read this mini-review for Fear The Light. I really appreciate it. Now, go buy it! 😉

I enjoyed this so much that I’ve added William Massa to my favourite author list. Before you leave, check out the other amazing authors on the list. Is your favourite on it?

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