uy. --The Crack Magazine
Rod Glenn's original Sinema novel will live with me for some time and here he has managed to expand and enrich the story while delivering another thrilling tale. This instalment is a more conventional serial killer novel and fans of the hit tv show Dexter will love it. --Ric's Reviews
This book is an ambitious, gripping, violent thriller which hooked my imagination and didn't let go. I can't deny that I read late into the night as I couldn't put it down. I thoroughly enjoyed it. --In Potentia Book Reviews
After the Northumberland massacre, Han Whitman has returned to his normal life. But the carnage in Haydon has changed him. He is a haunted man, jaded by those bloody events. That is, until he realises that his original experiment is incomplete. The experiment must continue, but along a different path.
One survivor of Haydon teams up with the son of one of Han’s victims to hunt Whitman down.
As Han continues his experiment, wading into tides of human filth, and finding love in the most surprising of places, in the shadows someone else is watching the proceedings with keen, calculating interest.
The detective assigned to the vigilante killings becomes steadily more disillusioned until a chance coincidence leads her onto the killer’s trail.
The lives of these five individuals will collide with devastating consequences in the dramatic conclusion of the Sinema story.