Move over Mr. King, Stephen Laws has hit the American audience and there "ain't no stoppin us now!" I love this man's books, he writes in such a way to give the impression the reader is watching a movie. Everything flows, there are no odd moments where he seems to be struggling with the plot or storyline. This book kept me on the edge of my seat, as have all the other books by Mr. Laws I have read.
This book is about revenge, trust, and friendship. A group consisting of 6 guys and 1 girl travel a road together, first in friendship, lastly in revenge and horror. I don't want to give anything away and spoil it for you, but this is a keeper.
I have read a couple books by Mr. Laws and have never been disappointed with any of them, but this is by far my favorite to date. The story moves at a break-neck speed and is must for horror fans. Give it a try, I think you'll love it