Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Review of 'Mojave Green' by The Brothers Washburn





         Berk and Andy Washburn have done it again. 

        Mojave Green takes the ‘Dimension In Death’ series to a whole other level. I loved the quantum leap from pitch green giant rat to other-dimension giant creatures, as well as the twists that kept plunging the characters into deeper and deeper waters. The writing is riveting, which makes the story even more compelling. For lovers of horror and mystery, Mojave Green won’t disappoint you. I suggest first reading Pitch Green, the initial book in the series, so that full enjoyment would be guaranteed.

     
Here is a brief blurb of Mojave Green

  In Trona, California, an isolated mining town deep in the Mojave Desert, an unearthly creature preyed upon the town’s folk for decades. Armed
with secrets from a peculiar puzzle box, only Camm and Cal stood
against the creature. Finally safe and far from the horror, the teenagers
believe they have destroyed the monster—until they hear news that
Trona’s children are still disappearing.
  Caught in the nightmare since her childhood, Camm feels personally
responsible for the town’s children. As her life-long best friend, Cal feels
responsible for Camm. With unsuspecting friends in tow, they return to
warn the innocent people of Trona of the true nature of the creature.
Only Camm and a few misfits can stop the coming desolation—but it
may already be too late.


  
BERK AND ANDY WASHBURN, aka “The Brothers Washburn,” are
both lawyers by profession and writers at heart. They grew up together
roaming the wastelands of the Mojave Desert, where most of the series
is set. Both brothers returned from lengthy and successful careers in the
wastelands of the law to write YA horror stories based on the
wastelands of their youth. Berk lives in St. George, Utah, and Andy lives
in Henderson, Colorado.
Be on your guard, people, there are new Grimms in town.

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Mojave Green can be purchased on Amazon and Barnes and Noble

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