A lovely winter waterfall on my regular running route on Boyes Drive. One of the great things about running is that you see so much more that you do in a car. And no I don’t usually run with my camera, but for this run I decided to take my small point and shoot, and I am really glad that I did. It is true – the best camera is the one you have with you.
I don’t normally do book reviews on this blog, but this book is so good that I am going to make an exception.
It reads like a typical Stephen King Novel (in fact in the afterwards the author freely admits to borrowing the narrative style from Stephen King’s Carrie). It starts normally enough with a few scouts and their scoutmaster spending a few days camping on an island, and it generally goes downhill (at least for the scouts) from there. It is kind of a modern combination of Lord of the Flies, The Beach and a healthy dose of good old fashioned horror. It is hardly a plot-killer to say that death happens in many gruesome ways
I read the entire book in about 2 sittings; it is a fast and easy read and simply impossible to put down. While this book is not by Stephen King, it could easily be a lost early work of his.
If you love horror, read this book, you can pre-order it from Amazon. Warning: not for the faint-hearted.