Wonderful stuff from start to finish Francis Gordon sure knows how to keep a reader captivated. This book throws you back and fowards through the past times and present with mystical twists and horror. I have read more of Francis Gordons books and not one dissapoint. BEA
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5.0 out of 5 starsAn Amazing author!!13 April 2003
By D. M. Garbayo - Published on Amazon.com
I believe Frances Gordon/Bridget Wood to be an absolutely amazing author,I have read all of her books,which,now,you can basically only buy them second hand...I do not know why she does not write any more..her Wolf King books that she wrote about Ancient Ireland were incredible ,couldn't put them down..if anybody knows whether she writes with another name please let me know.
4.0 out of 5 starsA good skincrawling read.21 Aug 2000
By Sailoil - Published on Amazon.com
If I have one criticism of this book it is that it peaks a little two early. I like to settle into a horror a little before it begins to frighten me out of my skin. The scariest part of the book is the beginning and this makes the end seem a little tame in comparison. All in all though this is a good book about a composer who writes music that sets off all the wrong kinds of events. No surprise that he disappears for many years and ends up in a remote house in the middle of nowhere...and the phones are down of course. Turn off the lights, snuggle up in bed, and read on!