Tuesday, October 30, 2012
(Review) Northwest by JH Glaze
Author: JH Glaze
John Hazard is back on the trail of danger! After a life-altering event, he has resigned from the police department in small town America and enrolled in a Paranormal Investigation course at Bay University, a community college in San Francisco.
For their final grade, the class ventures to the Pacific NorthWest to film a documentary on a mysterious phenomenon they call “The NorthWest Triangle,” where scores of small aircraft and people have gone missing without a trace.
Professor Macy Renner believes the answer lies in an unsolved mystery from her own past and is determined to discover it, no matter the cost.
Emily Sparks has her own reasons for going, and it’s not just about the money. She is about to jump from the frying pan into the fire as she signs on for a journey that will transport her into the veritable jaws of hell.
Can a rag-tag team of misfits succeed in uncovering the source of the supernatural anomaly, or will the terror that lies in wait consume them in the process?
Come along on an adventure where you will learn that you don’t have to outrun the creatures behind you. You only have to run faster than the person beside you!
To start this review I can sum this book up in one word.... WOW. I loved it. It's an action packed thriller that leaves the reader wanting more. When John and his team depart on this adventure, their main goal is to find anything paranormal. While in mid air, their plane crashes into the worst nightmare one could imagine. Each member of the group has their own reasons for deciding to join in on the trip, which I must say are rather interesting and they are revealed throughout the book.
The plot is one that is hard to guess. I love this aspect. I dislike books where I can guess what's going to happen. In my opinion, it takes the excitement out of the read. BUT Northwest is far from a guess. This book will keep you guessing until the very end.
I think JH Glaze did it again and wrote an incredible book. I recommend this if you are looking for action, horror, and a great nail biting time. I give this book 5 ***** stars.