I love simple covers that make me look deeper to see what is hidden at first glance and I am always eager to see what evil Jason Parent has to share.
Cover: Streetlight Graphics
Freaking me out from the getgo. Jason Parent has that ability and uses it well in Hearing Evil, Book 2 of the Cycle of Evil series. I love getting a glimpse inside Jason Parent’s head.
If I hadn’t already been claustrophobic, I would be now.
Because Hearing Evil is Book 2 it makes it harder to write a review without giving away too much for those of you who want to read Book I, Seeing Evil, which I highly recommend reading before moving on to this one.
Michael is one of the unfortunates. Life has dealt him a bad hand. His gift keeps him apart, alone, except for Sam. He has the ability to see people’s future with a simple touch.
His vision foretold the future, but his nightmare may be trying to tell him something else.
Back and forth, from Michael to Sam – it keeps the suspense simmering on a slow boil.
So intense. I fear for Sam and Michael, an unlikely family. Can they save each other? Evil, so much evil. If you like your stories a bit on the paranormal side with a mix of the human filth drug up from the bottom of a pond or crawling out from under a rock, white knuckled reading that leaves you asking why them, what have they done to deserve this, then Hearing Evil is for you.
I love to open my mind as I open a book and let the author take me to a place I have never been. Jason Parent makes that so easy for me.
WOW. Just WOW. I love that I could not figure out what twisted, scary path Jason was taking me down. So much action. A woman cop and a child psychic…can they heal each other?
I was traveling when I read this, but took notes whenever I had the chance. I wanted you to know how much I loved it and every chance I got I picked it up again. But, maybe, because I was traveling, it didn’t grab me as much as the first book, Seeing Evil. If you feel the need to have a good scare, I highly recommend it.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Hearing Evil by Jason Parent.
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