I’ve pulled out a few of my favorite lines, of course, but you can read the entire review here.
Blue November Storms falls into the category of You-Think-Know-Where-This-is-Headed-but-You-Really-Have-no-Clue-What’s-Going-on…
Freeman brings the five men to life, each a distinct individual, each coping in his own way with what occurred on that summer day when they were eighteen. So when the story veers off into unexpected territory, the reader has an emotional investment in the characters. This brings added depth to the events that follow. A depth that was missing from all earlier variations I’d seen on this theme.
Blue November Storms was an entertaining novella with more depth than many works of similar length available. If you like horror, especially horror that focuses on character, then this is one you’ll want to check out.
Like I said, it’s a great review and you can read the rest on the Amazing Stories website.
If you’re comfortable loading your own eBooks onto your e-reader, you can also try the new “purchase from the author” feature on the Blue November Storms product page.