Tuesday, May 14, 2013


Read the great review given by Vix Kirkpatrick for Tool Shed by Armand Rosamilia. This a great book published by Angelic Knight Press. Vix knows her way around horror. She is one of my Women In Horror. Listen to what she has to say. Then . . . then buy the book, read it, and enjoy every moment of it.


Book Description

November 20, 2012
When Michael Zaun takes possession of his late grandfather’s farm, he finds out he inherited more than he bargained for. Dubbed the “Tool Shed Murders,” the details of the deaths of two girls on the property and his grandfather’s, seemingly by his own hand, are a little murky. Was his grandfather a monster or a hero?

The discovery of his grandfather’s journal awakens within him a new confidence. But what about the demon his grandfather mentioned? Is it real or just the ranting of a diseased mind?

With the help of his friends, old and new, Michael will find not only the answer to that question, but a new strength within himself.

5.0 out of 5 stars Demonically great!, January 12, 2013
This review is from: Tool Shed (Kindle Edition)
This is your usual story of demonic possession!

However, this beautifully written novella leaves you missing the characters, always a great indication for me that the author is amazing! And he certainly is.... So far I have read several short horror stories and collections from Mr Rosamilla, but this is by far the best!
The basic story of an inherited farm, complete with dead cows and the usual serial killing grandfather! What becomes clear thought with such deep and wonderful descriptions, even if they are of exploding cows & chickens, is that something nasty lurks beneath the tool shed.

The background given amongst the current story telling is fantastic; the main core never deviating. The frequent glimpses of the horror beneath allowing you to watch the town unfold, with the characters all showing different facets to them.

An element of mystery as to what, where and how regarding the demon and its link with the Zaun family allows your own imagination to go a little wild, but enough to distract from the story.

Plenty of "oh" and "aaaah" moments, a real thriller, a fantastic read!

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