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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
The King of Nightmare by A. Rogers is a horror/science fiction novel that will make you sit on the edge of your seat until the end. The Taylor Point House holds a lot of secrets, and the people living in it have their secrets to hide from the world. They were managing, and they would have handled it all, but that changed when Jason Hart came to Taylor Point and shook everything up. Jason was looking for somewhere he could forget his past and find a place where he could belong. Meeting Helen, the daughter of the owner, proved to be the start of a battle he didn’t know existed. Helen can see and hear things that the rest of the residents of Taylor Point House cannot. A battle was brewing on the edges, and they were not powerful enough to stop the evil from destroying life as they knew it. Who would come to save them all from their worst nightmares?
Stephen King would be proud of The King of Nightmare by A. Rogers, and I am sure he would love it! The pace was a little slow in certain places, but it is a great story. It had the right amount of suspense, brilliant characters, incredibly rich details, and superb worldbuilding to tie everything together. Each character had enough page space to share their story and form a connection with readers. Out of all the characters, Helen, Jason, and Andrew stood out to me the most. Although Miss TeeDee was great as well. I loved the narrative; I enjoyed the action, and I loved the ending. I was ready for scares and spooks, but The King of Nightmare gave me a lot more than that!