REVIEW: SATURDAY NIGHT AT EDDIE'S BY KEALAN PATRICK BURKE



SATURDAY NIGHT AT EDDIE'S
KEALAN PATRICK BURKE
GENRE: HORROR




SYNOPSIS

The few souls still left in the dying town call it Milestone, but a better name might be Purgatory. They are the damned, condemned to murder other sinners for a chance to escape, though escape never comes.

For the patrons of Eddie's bar, who live in the shadows of their own tragic pasts, tonight will be different.

Tonight, there will come one shot at redemption for those brave enough to take it.






MY TAKE

5 STARS

Has Burke ever written a bad novel/novella? In my experience with his work, I haven't come across one yet. I only wish more of his work was in print instead of e-book forms.

Saturday Night at Eddie's is a really unique read with a very open ending. Since reading this story, I have learned this novella has been extended into a novel called Currency of Souls (can't wait to read it!). The patrons at Eddie's bar are all there for a reason. They've all done something in their past that got them stuck at this bar every Saturday night...waiting...for Reverend Hill to come calling. Only this Saturday night, things go a little differently. Toward the end, there's like that one little sigh of relief, then bam! You realize there is far more to things than they seem and the story is really just beginning.

Highly recommended!


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