Demon’s Torment by Rachel D. Thompson

March 19, 2008 at 6:44 pm (Book Reviews) (, , , )

Demon's Torment

First released as Daemon at StarDust Press, now renamed and with a dark, intriguing cover, Demon’s Torment is a story difficult  to put down once you begin. I originally read it as a work-in-process in my author critique group and remember how I wanted to get back to it as soon as possible and find out what happens next. After Rachel submitted it at Forbidden, the owner read the manuscript and kept saying how excellent the story was. She could not stop reading it either. Going through edits was a breeze, like line-editing in fact, due to this author’s clear voice and attention to detail. Even re-reading it was a journey I enjoyed returning to during this process. I am proud and honored to be a part of this book and wish it much success.
Rachel D. Thompson has created a believable character, a young woman who is haunted by nightmares of her own death–at least she’s the one killing herself in the dreams, even though the women whose body she inhabits are from different times and places. Ally sees a doctor about her recurring nightmares and battles the insomnia and fatigue they cause as she tries to make her way through college.
Things look up for her when she meets Greg, a student at the college. They hit it off, but their budding relationship is cut short when Ally is called home to face her father’s tragic circumstance. The story unfolds with mystery, horror and a strange kind of love–the likes of which I adore.
If you like things that go bump in the night as much as I do, in fact, if you love them and their dark ways, I encourage you to nab your very own Demon’s Torment when it comes out from Forbidden Publications. It’s a step into pugatory, into the heart and mind of a demon, an escape you will not forget.
Congratulations, Rachel, on your upcoming release!
Check out Demon’s Torment at: http://ForbiddenPublications.com on Thursday, March 20, 2008.

Anastasia Rabiyah 

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