4 of 5 stars
NIGHTS TOO DARK is the second installment in THE 12 NIGHTS OF JEREMY SUNSON series and like the first novella, it's packed with so much entertainment. Jeremy Sunson is now convinced that his nightly dreams are real and not just his imagination. There is a new character introduced in this one, Miah, the man in black. Jeremy is such a likeable dorky character, everything that you'd expect from a tax accountant, but each night he is forced to somehow prevent Armagedon. The author is very clever in how Jeremy actually accomplishes anything and there are many laugh-out-loud moments. The story moves along at a steady pace and I couldn't stop reading. I had to know whether Jeremy actually prevented anything.
My only complaint is that after 300 pages, we were only up to the third night. I wanted to know what happens the other nine nights and I thought this book was the full conclusion to a wonderful and entertaining story. If you're looking for a clever and interesting story, this book definitely fits the bill.
Jeremy Sunson is surrounded by crazy. Mrs Abercrombie, upstairs, is widowed because her husband glued feathers to his arms, jumped off the building and tried to fly. His neighbour, Strykland, has gone mad since his wife died in a freak car accident—his only thread to reality the doomsday machine he’s building and his daughter … and, of course, spacemen invade Jeremy’s living room.
Every night, in glorious Technicolour, there’s a battle royal between two high-tech assassins who continually blast Jeremy’s apartment to shreds. Each man has one mission: Red wants to kill Jeremy, Bronze wants to save him!
Though his therapist insists he’s just having bad dreams—Jeremy knows better. It’s time to fight. He’s sick and tired of being sick, scared and tired! Armed with rare confidence and a baseball bat, this night, Jeremy fights like the crazy man he isn’t!
But how can he ever imagine when he’s won the battle, the war is only just beginning … over and over and over again?
The Nights Too Dark—ride a wave of laughter, fun, and sci-fi fantasy all the way to Armageddon!
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AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Melindra Hattfield Snowy, a part-time writer and full-time dreamer, who of course prefers to be known as MH, has penned the first three adventures of The 12 Nights of Jeremy Sunson, collected in her first novel, The Nights Too Dark. She is also the author of In Harm's Way, the first novella in Harm's story published by Pygaso Productions, described as epic fantasy meets The Truman Show.
MH has also penned several short stories including We Three Laws of Robotics Are and The Secret Invasion of George Kranskii which explains how road rage is result the result of an alien invasion.
You can find MH at www.MHSnowy.com, on Goodreads, and you can follow @MHSnowy_Dreamer on Twitter.
When not writing or occupied with her dual-identity, MH walks through the mountains with her partner or tries to unravel the secrets of her great-grandmother, an adventuress who disembarked from the French steamer Laos in 1931 seeking to uncover rumours of Mayan temples deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle, and disappeared, never to be heard of again.
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