Come and sink your teeth into the final harrowing encounter with Han Whitman and live through the aftermath of his rampage through the little village of Haydon. Whitman wasn't satisfied with the 395 lives he took on his first experiment; now his conscious won't settle until he makes it right, until the balance is restored. Now even the criminals and evil of mankind aren't safe from his violent hands... Glenn has a remarkable writing technique; the pages are drenched with brutal, sickening violence, yet I was unable to stop reading, even after someone's teeth and knee-caps are smashed in with a hammer. I still kept reading as Han's victim was submerged in pure sodium hydroxide. I could almost feel my own skin sizzle. As if "Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre" wasn't enough to keep me awake at night, this follow-up novel had me struggling to keep the contents of my stomach down. A fantastic and gruesome end to the Sinema story that will have you rooting for the bad g!
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