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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings is a psychological thriller with a bit of horror thrown in for good measure. A small bus terminal. A handful of passengers who just want to go home. When the fog begins to roll in, their phones stop working. All they have is each other – ten complete strangers. Oh yeah, and The Other. The Other has captured them all and he wants to play. The rules of the game are very simple – everyone must choose one person. Just one of the ten to survive while the others die. Try to leave before the end and you will die. One last rule. Everyone must vote for the same person. How do you make sure of that? By killing the others. Welcome to the terminal. If you are the lucky one, you may just get to finish your journey.
Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings is a tense, nail-biting thriller, with more than a little horror thrown in for good measure. It is a bit slow to start but, trust me, this is just a build-up and when it gets going, you are in it to the end. The tension builds fast and you will not want to put this book down, even when it's over. The plot is unique and full of twists and turns, some that you will not see coming. There is plenty of action to keep your attention and every chapter ends leaving you needing to read on. The characters are excellent, all of them well developed, real people. You will feel like you get to know them well and you will feel every emotion in this book. The story will pull you into the Terminal and it won't let you go until the end. If you love tense psychological thrillers, you will love this story.