From the same author that brought us Offworld, comes Nightmare! I am really exited to be reading this book. I can't give you a full review just yet. I have had some horrid headaches that are hindering my reading. But be assured, so far this is as good as Offworld! Nightmare has the same catching intruiging pace as I had been looking foward to. I belive that haunted houses are either fake, or have resident demons. That said, we are all haunted by something or someone unless we give that over to God. I am odd, I have been through so many "wild" things in my life that what scares others doesn't scare me always. The "Oh wow, that was a scary movie wasn't it?" is often a "No." from me. The things that are truly scary to me are knowing that I know people who are able to say "Lord Lord" but are not doing the will of the Father and are probably not going to make it to Heaven. How many of these demons of our past and daily lives will keep them from the reality of Jesus?
But back to Nightmare, the opening is just wonderful. Encouterning real demons is never fun. If you do scare easily, read Nightmare with the lights on, in the sunshine.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
He had two great ambitions in his life: to have a family, and to be a published novelist. In March of 2005, he proposed to his future wife the same week he signed his first book contract with Bethany House Publishers. They contracted him for the rights to The Dominion Trilogy: Relentless (2006), Fearless (2007), and Merciless (2008). His science fiction thriller, Offworld came out in 2009. This summer debuts Nightmare, and he's working on another for 2011. Robin and his wife and children live in North Carolina.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
When Maia Peters visits during her senior year of college, she's not expecting to be impressed. Maia grew up as the only child of a pair of world-renowned "ghost hunters," so the paranormal is nothing new and to her most of the park is just Hollywood special effects. In fact, the ride feels pretty boring until the very end. There, a face appears from the mist. The face of Jordin Cole, a girl Maia knows who disappeared from campus a few months ago.
Convinced what she saw wasn't a hoax and desperate to find answers to Jordin's disappearance, Maia launches into a quest for answers. Joined by Jordin's boyfriend--a pastor's kid with very different ideas about paranormal and the spirit realm--Maia finds herself in a struggle against dangerous forces she never expected to confront on the edge of the spirit realm that try to keep the truth from emerging.
If you would like to read the first chapter of Nightmare, go HERE.
The book link is: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0764206079