Sam by Iain Rob Wright
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review of Sam by Iain Rob Wright
Reviewed for SalGad Publishing
Did this story scare me? You absolutely bet it did. Having just read Mr. Wright’s “Sea Sick,” I already knew that he is an accomplished and quite masterful author. What I wasn’t expecting was the unusual choice of roles and orientations for the protagonist (or, since she opposes the central character, maybe Angela should be called the antagonist) nor for the sheer terror that rang in my bones from very nearly the beginning.
“Sam” is a very finely tuned book-no stitch is dropped, no thread not followed to its end. It’s graphic and gory, yes, but more importantly, it’s very terrifying, and excellently written. I’m a firm convert of the writings of Iain Rob Wright, and I can’t recommend him highly enough.
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