Book Review - Blind Sight - Marc Douglas | Miki's Hope

Book Review - Blind Sight - Marc Douglas

Monday, January 27, 2014


I was rather confused for the first maybe 50 pages of this book--then I finally realized that the background of the major players was being explained. Most if not all have been psychologically damaged by events in their lives prior to the events in this book. There were times that I found myself almost feeling sorry for the bad guys! As I kept reading I got more and more interested until finally I could not stop until I reached the end! This is a true psychological thriller in my opinion with myriad twists and turns which will possibly remain with you long after you finish the book. Definitely a must read for those of you who love this type of novel, which I do.


About the Book: (from Amazon)

A young married couple takes a vacation in a remote area. They stop in an isolated pub and become the obsession of a wanna-be biker gang. A thriller, page turner with twists and turns. Inspired by Dean Koontz.

Read a couple of chapters here

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About the Author: (from ASJ Publishing)


Marc lives in North Carolina with his wife and dog (Zen Master), Charlie. “Blind Sight” is his second thriller. He has just released a novel inspired by Dumas (Count of Monte Cristo) titled “A Matter of Vengeance.” A fourth book has just been published for the “Slingshot” series and a fifth book is in the works. A book about his stroke and how different issues were dealt with will be for sale shortly. If you would like to contact Marc please go to www.douglasnovels.com or www.asjpublishing.com

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26 comments :

Lawna Noe said...

I always love a book with lots of twists and turns, so I am sure I would love this book.

Jennifer Williams said...

That sounds similar to a book I recently read, I had a hard time following until it finally clicked and then I could not put it down. I will have to check this one out.

Masshole Mommy said...

I confuse easily, especially when I don't have a visual, so this probably isn't the book for me, but I bet my hubby would love it!!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I am happy to hear the book got much better for you and you just couldn't put it down. That made it well worth the read for you.

Melanie Scout said...

I love a book that gets you so involved that you can't stop reading it. It's my very favorite way to be distracted from housework. :)

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

It's hard for me when I get no idea what's happening in the first 50 pages of reading but but it's good everything is working out and good for you now. :)

AMBER EDWARDS said...

It is hard for me to get into books when they take a while to have you understand the characters and story plot. But I still enjoy thrillers. This one may be a good read, but the slow beginning might make it hard for me to enjoy.

Nicole A. said...

I just read a book that had a confusing start like this because the background was being given.

amanda ripsam said...

You sure love to read a lot of books. I seen a few post on books lately. Your finding some great reads.

theroadtodomestication.com said...

I think 50 pages in if I was still confused, I wouldn't still be reading LOL Thank YOU for taking the time to read and review it for us, so we know it's a good one!

Pam said...

I enjoy books with lots of plot twists. I will have to check this one out.

Elise said...

Sounds like an interesting book! I love lots of thrilling plot twists. :)

Melanie B said...

Another book that must go on my list. Sounds very interesting, thanks for sharing.

Sarah-Louise Bailey said...

Oh now I like the sound of this - I do like it when you get to know more about the characters and a psychological thriller is always high on my must read list. x

BabsProjects said...

Sometimes if I don't understand the story in the beginning, I tend to loose interest and stop reading the book all together. Since I have read your review, I am confident I could finish reading this book.

Maria said...

Wow!! My husbands worst fear when traveling!! I can see myself getting wrapped up in this.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Now we're talking! That's my absolute favorite genre of all, so I will read it.

Tough Cookie Mommy said...

This book definitely sounds like a thriller with the creepy element of having the couple in a remote area.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Ha, those kind of reads! I felt the same yesterday when I watched a mystery movie. At first I was confused then towards the end that's when it sunk in lol.

Casa Vilora Interiors said...

I just don't read novels as much as I could. This one sounds very intriguing

Kay Adeola said...

I love books that keep you reading because you need to find out whats next this sounds like one i would be stuck to.

Amanda Love said...

I love thrillers that drag you into the book. I remember reading a book once that seemed so real that I actually felt scared for the hero. This sounds like one I would love to read as well.

becca said...

i love books that drag you in and won't let you go those are the best kind to read

Nikki said...

Sounds like a fun thriller! Love the it's inspired by Koontz, his earlier work (anything before Odd Thomas) was among my all-time favorites.

Eliz Frank said...

The book sounds like something I read in the news. Wondering about that but quite thrilling. Might get a copy.
Elizabeth

Amanda McMahon said...

Thanks for the intro. I'll add this to my potential to-read list.

 
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