I wanted to try a read that was different to my usual taste and I have read and enjoyed this author before. So I wasn't surprised that the description on the cover drew me in. The story got a hold of me immediately, a fascinating, if not somewhat disturbing read. I was gripped from start to finish. It is a well written mixture of imagination wrapped around a core of factual information. Well worth a read.
A good page-turner. Plenty of gore and horror - Stephen King and James Herbert fans will not be disappointed. Embedded in the plot is factual research of the medically and anthropologically documented SUNDS - a convincing touch, and the story reads like an inverse Da Vinci Code mixed with the Exorcist in a setting that links past, present, and possibly future? I hope the author will write a sequel!
Wow! what a refreshing supernatural novel, definitely not the norm. I’d never heard of SUNDS and I was amazed to find out that such a strange phenomenon actually existed. Fusing a real life idea with the supernatural was a clever one. A brilliant read, highly recommended.
Having read – and enjoyed – another of this author’s novels (Email From A Vampire) I thought I’d give his latest one a go and I have to say I enjoyed it just as much, if not more. I was a little perplexed by the title but the jacket blurb soon clarified the meaning. SUNDS is a disturbing tale that will haunt you long after you’ve finished reading it.
stepen king fans will love this,its the second book of nigels that i have read in the last few days,and once i started to read them,i could not put them down,cant wait to read the next one,plenty of blood and gore in S.U.N.D.S A VERY GOOD READ
A seriously good supernatural read with a realistic edge to it. I hadn’t heard of SUNDS before and I certainly didn’t realise it is an actual recognised medical condition, which makes this story creepy in a potentially realistic way. An original story that will and a fresh idea that will get you thinking.