Occult Assassin; Ice God by William Massa Book Review
After a decade spent fighting the enemy abroad and keeping his country safe, Delta Force Operator Mark Talon is ready to settle down with the love of his life. But Talon’s world crumbles when his fiancée becomes the victim of a murderous cult.
In the wake of his terrible loss, Talon dedicates himself to a new mission – hunting down evil occultists across the globe and stopping them before they can unleash the forces of darkness upon an unsuspecting world.
In this 16k novella, Talon heads to Norway to face Rezok, a Black Metal musician who plans on using an ancient Norse ritual to trigger a frozen cataclysm.
Mr Massa has managed to cover so many genres of horror and action within his books so far; from Dracula, to Celtic folklore, futuristic robots and my favorite so far a science fiction horror Crossing the Darkness so I just couldn't wait to start reading this book.
I loved the main character Mark Talon the ultimate tough guy coping with the loss of the love of his life (which I would have liked to have known more about). Massa's descriptive writing draws you right alongside Talon on his latest mission to hunt down freaky Rezok and his band of followers. You can almost feel the freezing cold on your face as Talon fights to save the girl and the world from Rezok's plan to unleash something unearthly on the world.
I want to tell you more but Icant or Ill be giving too much away, you need to read it yourself.
Massa's endless imagination leads to some unique ideas and vivid action scenes within the pages that would make an amazing film to all you scriptwriters out there. Another heart-pounding stimulating read and I hope there will be a book 2 with more adventures of Mark Talon.
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William Massa is a screenwriter (Return to House on Haunted Hill) and script consultant. He has lived in New York, Florida, Europe and now calls Los Angeles his home.William writes action/adventure with a horror, dark fantasy or science fiction flavor.
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All my thanks goes to William for forwarding me a copy of this book for this review.
All my views and opinions are my own.