Category: Horror & Occult
Published: October 24, 2019
Leo remembers little of his past. Desperate for a new life, he snatches up the first job to come along. On his second day he witnesses a murder, and the Shadow Fabric – a malevolent force that controls the darkness – takes the body and vanishes with it. Uncovering secrets long hidden from humankind, Leo’s memory unravels. Not only haunted by the past, a sinister presence within the darkness threatens his existence and he soon doubts everything and everyone . . . including himself.
Now Leo must confront the truth about his past before he can embrace his future. But the future may not exist.
THE SHADOW FABRIC is a story revealing the unknown history of witchcraft and the true cause of the Great Fire of London. A sublte horror novel of sins, shadows, and the reanimated dead.
**** I RECIEVED this book for free in exchange for a honest review. ****
Wow, where do I even start?
This book was so imaginative and brilliant that I was blown away at every twist and turn that happened. Oh and believe, there were A Lot. I haven’t read something this imaginative since Demorn: Blade of Exile by David Finn. This book had so many twists and turns it was like reading a maze.
Now this book was a slow read but you had to make sure that you read every single detail so you didn’t miss a thing. If you miss a detail then the book wouldn’t make sense. And there were plenty of details because so much was happening throughout the book. You were in a chair at the edge the whole time wondering what was next.
There was witchcraft, sins, darkness, shadows and reanimated corpses. There was mystery and intrigue and death around every corner of the page. This book is a piece of art. I truly don’t know how this book was wrote without going through a little madness in the midst. A very creative book too. So much went on that in surprised I didnt get a headache and whiplash. The Shadow Fabric is most definitely a masterpiece . I think this book is a great way to start a Halloween reading list. This is one loaded book.
Thank you for reading my review, I hope you enjoyed it.