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Mausoleum Review
By Patricia J Smith
Friday, July 04, 2008

Rated "PG13" by the Author.

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This is my review for Mausoleum. One of the best books I have read in a very long time.

MAUSOLEUM

BY: MARK D. CHEVALIER

REVIEW BY:

Patricia J Smith
Author of  FORE-WARNED
http://www.freewebs.com/blessedbeps

This book will captivate you, This up and coming author,is a young man who so brilliantly webs you in to his sinister side. Like a spider to a fly you will keep reading.

He has woven the story line and characters so perfectly, so evil, and so mystic, that you will find yourself sharing emotion between yourself and each character.

You will definitely catch yourself jumping every once in a while. You will stop reading only to soon return because the questions you are trying to answer are pulling you back.

The suspense which brilliantly starts from the beginning stays until the end and pours through all the chapters in between will have you guessing until the last sentence has been read.

Mausoleum is a must read for anyone who enjoys the thrills, frights, and suspense of a great horror story. Mind you though it is not meant for the weak at heart.

This is a story of such  pure horror that the story line its self is pure genius. The way the characters are connected through time and share a common bond through out the centuries is brilliant.  The fact that  they do all this at such a pace and outstanding writing that even through the trips of time you never get lost is a master piece.

Mark D Chevalier, will stand among the greats, King, Koontz, and the many others who have led us through their evil and wonderful minds of horror.

I feel that The The 4th Of July, Our Independence Day is the perfect day to release this review. Mark Chevalier, his style and imagination is his own. You will never see repeats of old horror grace his pages. All of his stories are new and refreshing. He is not afraid to go out into the night and let his voice be heard. He is not afraid to unleash his vivid and frightful imagination unto the pen.

So for all you skeptics who think new horror can not be written. For all you brave souls who state no author can scare you. For all of you devoted horror readers craving something new and fresh to entice you,........... Well, What are you waiting for? Dive in, Quench your thirst for the unusual, the bazaar , and just when you think you have it all figured out................ what's that you hear? The house settling, the wind whipping through the fireplace, or maybe, just maybe............You best look over your shoulder, shiver, grin with anticipation, and keep reading.

HAPPY READING........ SWEET DREAMS.............GOOD NIGHT......

 

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