Book Review – Frat House of the Dead
Rating: 4 of 5
Author: J.K Walker
Format: Kindle, Paperback
Deciding how to celebrate Halloween can be a challenge for some, but given its prominence for Wiccans, Rachel Wood felt more pressure than most. Especially since, as a young witch, potions and such were’t her thing. Instead melding technology with witchcraft was her passion. Resigned to spend All Hallows Eve with the latest video game, Rachel gets a call from her friends who talk her into attending a local frat party. Together they were quite a motley crew – a witch, wereleopard, katsune, and nurse! But at the party they find the guests are all acting a bit odd. More than a bit odd – crazed. In fact – Zombified!
J.K. Walker’s “Frat House of the Dead” is a fun, fast paced novella introducing some of the characters from his “Salt Lake After Dark” paranormal series. I made the mistake of reading this before reading Glacial Eyes, the first full length novel in the series, as the action in the novella takes place after the events in the novel. However, even though I read them “out of order” this book stands on its own and it did not detract from my enjoyment of either work. This novella skews more toward the horror genre vs Glacial Eyes which is more paranormal action/romance. It reads like it was fun to write and feels like a gift to readers who are fans of the series and just can’t get enough of these characters.
I too am now a fan and look forward to future books!
Note: A complimentary copy of this work was provided in return for a review.