Kindle Edition, 327 pages
Published April 23rd 2019 by Tunnel Falls
A 5 star read
Once in a while, my Kindle will recommend a book to me that is actually amazing and I wonder why I don’t trust the recommendations more. Of course, I’ve had my fair share of duds with them as well, but Intercepts certainly isn’t one of them.
Not only is the book written extremely well, but I found myself devouring it quickly. The notion of human experiments might not be new, but the story certainly is.
I don’t want to spoil the details, but using humans as equipment usually ends up in disaster. I’ve read enough horror books to know that.
Intercepts is dark, creepy and really unsettling.
A solid 5 stars.