Will O’ The Wisp by C.S. Boyack

I want to say that reading this book is akin to watching a horror movie, but my actual knowledge of horror movies is severely limited because they scare the bejeebers out of me.

This is some of the best cover art I’ve seen in a bit, it fits the book absolutely perfectly. In fact my heart started pounding again just looking at it.

So you tell me.

If a book…

-Says, per the book blurb, that ” It involves a strong element of suspense…” (Or translated into layman’s speak- your elevated vitals will have you feeling like you just ran a marathon while reading this book).

-Has a main character and sidekicks that have you yelling at them “What are you doing?!? WHY? Why would you do that… no… what?!! Have you no sense of self-preservation!?”

-And was a non-stop page turner despite the fact that you wished for more character development in some cases and a bit better plot flow in others.

Does all that make it like a horror film?

I think it may be the next blockbuster.

It’ll probably be great.

I’m never watching it.

Would I recommend it? It was scary and icky and Dear Lord had I read this as a kid I would never have gone into the woods at night again – but wow was it a page turner. I think if horror is your thing this could be the book for you. But if you, like me, would rather get off the couch and actually run to elevate your vitals, you might want to take a pass on this one.

Rosie's Book Review team 1

 

This honest review was given in return for a free copy of the book from its author.

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9 comments on “Will O’ The Wisp by C.S. Boyack

  1. Rosie Amber says:

    I agree Jessie, the cover does well to fit the bill. Hope you’re sleeping well at night and not afraid of the woods because of this?

    • Jessie says:

      All my nightmares lately have been will o’ the wisp free and I’m still venturing outside with my dogs at night so I’m safe.
      Just so long as I don’t hear anyone coughing near me…
      🙂

  2. Thanks for giving me a read. At least you got the “powerful emotional experience” we authors are shooting for.

  3. Grandma Pat says:

    I love the way you write. I am patiently waiting for your first book to be released.

  4. dianeschuller.com says:

    and boy do I ever appreciate that kind of a review!

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