Shock Waves by Matt Kurtz

As the The Lone Star Land Amusement Park features its themed attractions, rides and games, ominous clouds begin to form in the far off distance. As the storm slowly approaches, a freak explosion from the nearby construction site generates a most unusual terror. Unleashing hell from beneath the earth, the laughter and excited cheers from the park employees and guests are replaced with terrified screams of horror.

Author Matt Kurtz brings forth his elaborate theme park of surreal malformations. This creature feature entitled Shock Waves is the perfect opus of monstrosities. Flying creatures, mutated spiders, gigantic centipedes and an atmosphere of doom, dread and desperation are the main ingredients. Engulfed with what stalks above and what lurks below, all visitors become prey as the struggle for survival supersedes the festive atmosphere. The onslaught of mayhem and carnage will satisfy all fans of Stephen King’s The Mist or H.G. Wells The Food Of The Gods.

One of my favorite type of stories is when there is a group of people trapped within a confines of a small area while a horrifying species blocks the their only path to freedom. Kurtz accomplishes this by plunging the reader into his disturbing darkness of the unknown, then shining his omnipotent flashlight towards only what he wants you to see.

Matt Kurtz uses one of the most common types of phobias, an extreme fear of insects, then proceeds to focus on that anxiety with intense horrific sights, smells and sounds. There were several scenarios within this book, graphic enough that only a nature show on PBS could get away with. Those brutal moments got to me, ugh, I think they’re permanently etched in my brain’s temporal lobe.
Purchase your one way ticket to the most unpredictable roller coaster ride of your life. Will you survive the sudden twists and sharp turns of Matt Kurtz’s Shock Waves? A solid five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
Grab your copy here…
A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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