High Moor 3 is done! Release on 27th October 2015. And some early reviews
Hi Guys – no need to check your calendar. It’s not April and I have finally put High Moor 3 to bed. I got the last edits back this morning, build the ebook and paperbacks and the ebook is sitting on Amazon for pre-order right now.
When I find five minutes I will endeavour to bore you all rigid over the coming weeks with blog posts, interviews and the like, but in the meantime I thought I’d point you in the direction of some early reviews to whet your appetite.
First review bragging rights went to the wonderful Gingernuts of Horror website, who said, among other things:
“Blood Moon is darker and bloodier than the previous books in the series. The werewolves are more vicious than ever, and Reynolds does not hold back the violence in this book, so if that kind of thing bothers you, beware. However, there is a bit of humour thrown in to break up the violence and tension, and Reynolds demonstrates that he can write more than gore and brutal death scenes.”
Then the awesome Horror Maiden herself, the lovely Angela Crawford, had this to say…
“This action packed thrill ride is filled with enough chills and terror, along with an astronomical body count, to please any horror lover out there. The characters are fantastically written and believable.”
And then Stormblade Productions got in on the act, with this great review.
Due to the brutality of Blood Moon it has taken the top spot for the best Werewolf novel I’ve ever read. Fact. “The unfortunate soldier’s torso fell twenty feet to the bloodstained ground, trailing intestines behind it like the streamers on a kite.” Lines like this gave me such a visual that it had to have that spot.
I’ll keep posting them as they come in. Sorry for the wait. Hope it was worth it.