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Free promo is going great!

Posted: March 18, 2014 in Uncategorized

This free promo is still going class. Some nice new reviews too:
‘A must read: A real page turner. Fast paced horror that doesn’t give you a chance to stop reading. Well done Jacob Rayne.’

‘The novella begins with Osmo and his family searching for their lost dog. The dog has been seen on the abandoned farm near the haunted barn. The family approaches the fancy spa on the property.

Osmo thinks the dog is doomed and they should leave the poor canine to his fate. His family disagrees.

Jacob Rayne’s novella Flesh Harvest, part of the Rayne of Terror series, packs a horrific punch for such a short work. The reader’s stomach clenches, eyes widen, and throat catches: “Don’t go in there!”‘

and:

‘While I enjoyed the fast pace in this one, beginning right from the start, I found myself a little confused in a couple of spots. Some things just didn’t seem to come together quite as easily as I think it was supposed to. I still enjoyed the creepiness of the story, however, so if you want something quick and fun, I would still recommend this one. I’ll try more by Jacob.’

Cheers!

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My debut novella, Flesh Harvest, is free from today until Friday. Described as a high-octane gorefest, and seriously creepy.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00HRJ35A4
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HRJ35A4

‘Jacob Rayne has done it again!This chilling tale of digital children is absolutely terrifying.Josh and Marsha were eagerly looking forward to parenthood but the unexpected horror that awaits them is beyond your wildest imagination.Having read Jacobs two other books I had to snap this one up as soon as it became available.Being an avid reader I had several other books to read ahead of this one but as I opened this book for a quick glance of what was inside I couldn’t manage to put it down until it was finished.This was such a Brilliantly creepy story complete with a mad scientist who made me think of the tall man of phantasm fame.Jacob Rayne has a brilliant imagination for horror and I look forward to reading anything he comes up with next. Bravo Jacob! Well done!’
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‘There are so many chilling possibilities in this fascinating story! Digital Children is a quick read, but well worth it. Horror and thriller fans will be sucked into an unimaginable world of nightmares. When mom and dad turn a blind eye to their little snowflake’s darker side, things really become bloody.
Rayne stays true to his writing style, bringing me exactly what I expect from him, with a few surprises. Oh yes. The world Rayne has created within this grisly story is genius. The concept presented in this eerie tale is beyond belief, wrought with twists and turns that took me on a wild, freaky ride.
If you’re looking for a fast-paced, new horror concept, you can stop looking. Yes, you should buy Digital Children. You should buy anything by Jacob Rayne. I know I do!’
Cheers, Lollie and Monique