Katherine Silva “Memento Mori” Book Review

Instead of our usual Horror-FAIL/FAVE Friday blog, I’m reblogging this wonderful review that author, Rob Watts, wrote for my latest book, “Memento Mori”! So grateful and thankful that he enjoyed it!

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Book Review: “Memento Mori” by Katherine Silva
Review by
Rob Watts
@RobWattsOnline

Synopsis- In this prequel to Vox and Aequitas, Whitaker Hayward, an out-of-work architect, is contracted by one of Seraphim City’s affluent magnates, Blumstein, to investigate a room in a long forgotten house on the outskirts of the city; a room that has no doors. Doing this means re-visiting a past he’s tried desperately to forget. But this job could be his salvation. It could be his way of leaving it all behind for good. Unless this job isn’t all its cracked up to be…

Review- Cleverly, Memento Mori, book three in The Monstrum Chronicles serves as a prequel to the previous releases, Vox and Aequitas. For those who may be unfamiliar with this dark and dramatic series, Memento Mori makes a good starting point. However, for Silva’s longstanding fan base, they’re sure to find satisfaction in…

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