Midnight of Horrors! Horror Book Review
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Darkbound is an amazing book. Michaelbrent Collings outdid himself with this book. It is not at all what I thought it would be. I took three nights to finish this book because I stayed up way past my bedtime. Darkbound was so suspenseful that I just kept on reading to…
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Universally satirising, the mystery forest is alluringly beautiful and inordinately ugly. The uncommon experience is thrilling and horrifying an extraordinary adventure. Decorated culturally with dramatic and musical outplays, this is, figuratively, the super-complex storyline of the student man’s struggles, battles and journeying through unwinding labyrinths of the University of Life. Time’s recorded observations and interpretations are coded heavy in abstract planes, racing scenes and flying acts. Boisterous and thunderous seasons run along paths of eras, as history for posterity pursues unendingly. Refluxes of retribution. Harvests. Testimonies. Bizarre even obscene deeds are meaningful messages to humankind. Rooted epically in the collective African Mythology, this is the story of Benlilo in a dead night yet virgin day of wonders and mysteries. Weighty words and active actions through lucid prose, singing poetries and striking dramas tell philosophies. Night and day, light surviving darkness. Symbols, images, allegories, metaphors, parables and proverbs - all represent multifaceted life and the earthly place belongs to both the living and the dead. Terror! Thunder and lightening! Horror! Fear! Bitterness and joy! This train of awe-inspiring revelations is the hot narrative of love and lust, war and peace, hope and despair, successes and failures plus tragedies, as juxtaposed with comedies through amoebic layers of wonderful surprises and action-packed suspense spots.Yes! this is Operation QMC-UKDDC the superstar account: galaxy of a thousand stars and a thousand thorns. Beauty and crown glory of the African storytelling culture, Midnight of Horrors! is the biggest and richest(?) literature novel that has ever come out of Africa - and you reserve the right to find out why .