Review - Dark House of Dreams by Joe Pawlowski
By Carmen, 11 April 2020
Year Published: 2020
Hastur is already overrun by ghosts. Now the conjure woman who resurrected them has awakened a new terror, a deadly, eight-legged one that strikes from the shadows without warning.
Add to this a murder plot, a devastating earthquake, a missing mother, a gang of outrageous villains, and a young boy tormented by demons both real and imagined, and you have the makings of an epic quest through the hidden places of monsters and gods.
It’s a journey that begins with a secret revealed in a charnel cave and ends with a hard-earned lesson learned in a Dark House of Dreams.
About the Author:
Joe Pawlowski is a retired journalist living in the Twin Cities area with his wife, Debbie, and rescue dog, Lucy. He is a U.S. Army veteran, a secular Buddhist, a major Beatles fan, a vegan, and a lifelong student of classic horror and supernatural literature. Besides reading and writing, he enjoys music, movies and socializing with his many friends.
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Author Website: Joe Pawlowski Author Website
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My Take on the Book:
There were, at times quite a few characters to keep track of – though this is a sequel to the previous book; so you do get some characters that were from the previous novel. This was more of a mood and character driven novel.
I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.
This is the second novel that I’ve read by this author – and one thing I enjoy about his books is his writing style.