Roam by Dez Schwartz

Title: Roam

Author: Dez Schwartz

Genre: Paranormal

Length: Novel (208pgs)

Publisher: Nine Star Press (October 1, 2018)

Heat Level: Low – Moderate

Heart Rating: ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’– 3 Hearts

Blurb: Ethan Roam suffers from night terrors and vivid daydreams, which lead him to the doorstep of the eccentric Dr. Grady Hunter, who thrusts him into a world of supernatural misfits. Ethan quickly learns that thereโ€™s more reality to his dreams than he suspected.

As Ethan unravels the truth behind his nightmares and falls into his first experience with love, he also finds himself the target of a sinister plan.

Ethanโ€™s trust in his new companions will be tested and heโ€™ll have to decide who he can rely on and who he must defy in order to survive a fatal Halloween night.

ISBN: 978-1-949340-83-9

Product Link: NineStar | Amazon USย | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Ethan is more than he seems when he’s introduced to Grady about his night terrors.

Now I have a huge pet peeve that actually affects my real life. I can not stand people lying. I see no point in it as it only brings pain. This was my problem with Grady. He tells a lot of lies and that completely threw me out of the story in horror.

I was expecting much more besides two characters moving in together while one follows blindly and does not ask questions when needed. There are too many beings introduced at once so you really do not get a feel for each ones place in the story. I figured this was just the introduction and the rest will fix itself as the series continues.

I did like some aspects of the story.

I honestly have no words for how I felt after reading this story. I was just left with a lot of questions.

O.k. read.

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