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Review Crossfades by William Todd Rose Publication Date 19th May 2015 Publisher Random House Publishing group Hydra ISBN 9781101883686 Source Netgalley Rating 2.5 Synopsis Some men fear their own deaths Others dream of peace and heaven But Albert knows exactly what he wants to be the lord of his own private hell, where his eternal reward will be torturing the souls of his victims And he knows how to get it While Chuck s dream of a promotion may be ordinary, his career is anything Review Crossfades by William Todd Rose Publication Date 19th May 2015 Publisher Random House Publishing group Hydra ISBN 9781101883686 Source Netgalley Rating 2.5 Synopsis Some men fear their own deaths Others dream of peace and heaven But Albert knows exactly what he wants to be the lord of his own private hel REVIEW CROSSFADES by William Todd RoseCROSSFADES is a delightfully compelling, and believable, novella about a wholly unexpected kind of Dystopiana not the post apocalyptic kind resulting from plagues, wars, or nuclear holocaust This is a veritable Dystopiana of the Dead, where the less speedy or knowing spirits are caught in a type of Limbo known as Cross I received a free copy from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review Thank you, Random House Publishing Group Hydra Crossfades actually gave me nightmares If you hide behind the sofa while watching scary movies, this is not the book for you If, like me, you love the horror genre, you may want to pick it up immediately Chuck is just another cog in the machine that is The Institute A shady organization that uses patients in coma to reach lost souls and help them move on When he finds t I recei I so bought in to the world of Crossfades.up the point that I didn t Chuck Grainger is a whisk, a member of a secret but vital organization He is responsible for helping souls stuck in the Crossfades, an area created by the newly dead that they create for themselves, somewhere between life and death Grainger works with them and then they can move on The first half of this book was great incredibly descriptive, but believable, engaging, and then.Love Pfft Not just love but soulmate I so bought in to the world of Crossfades.up the point that I didn t Chuck Grainger is a whisk, a member of a secret but vital organization He is responsible for helping souls stuck in the Crossfades, an area created by the newly dead that they create for themselves, somewhere between life and death Grainger works with them and then they can move on The first half of this book was great incredibly descriptive, but believable, engaging, and then.Love Pfft ARC courtesy of author and publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair review Genre Adult FictionHorrorExcerpt from the book Two minutes passed before he drifted toward the ceiling, his astral form slipping from his body like a balloon from the grasping hand of a child He looked down upon a body that appeared to be wrapped in the arms of sleep his chest rose and fell with evenly spaced breaths an I received an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review.Wow A journey into terror which is unimaginable Souls trapped in a hideous afterlife controlled by a monster provide a story which may keep you up all night Dark horror at its best. I received a digital copy of this book from Net Galley in return for an honest review Thank you to the publisher that allowed me to do soIt s been a long time since I ve read a horror story of this nature It s about the area that a soul can be stuck in, after dying A crossfade Chuck is a living human who through psychological testing, was determined he could work in this unmentionable secret wo Chuck has an unusual job Yes, he gets up every morning and hops on the subway just like everyone else But when he gets off, Chuck takes a second train with a very limited passenger list His office lies hidden fifteen stories underground and his officemate, the one who basically gives Chuck his assignments, is comatose See Chuck works for a group that helps send the souls of the dead where they belong Sometimes those soul Review copy The official description of Crossfades described them as being like that moment in movies where Acts One and Two briefly coexist they meld into a composite for a moment both scenes visible, yet semitransparent but eventually one asserts its dominion over the other and the plot moves on Chuck Grainger has a job that is at the same time both a dream and a nightmare His official title was Recon and Enforcement Technician, Level II, he thought he d be some kind of cosmic cop, but no Review copy The official description of Crossfades described them as being like that moment in movies where Acts One and Two briefly coexist they meld into a composite for a moment both scenes visible, yet semitransparent but eventually one asserts its dominion over the other and the plot moves on Chuck Grainger has a job that is at the same time both a dream and a nightmare His official title was Recon and Enforcement Technician, Level II, he thought he d be some kind of cosmic cop, but now he just feelslike a glorified janitor.This story is out there, way out there Much like Chuck when he s on assignment, trying to guide a soul who s passed on and for whatever reason can t quite cross The Divide At times, surreal, C In A Dark Horror Novella For Fans Of Stephen King, Joe Hill, And Dean Koontz, One Unsuspecting Man Faces A Mass Murderer Who S Turned The Afterlife Into His Own Terrifying Playground Some Men Fear Their Own Deaths Others Dream Of Peace And Heaven But Albert Knows Exactly What He Wants To Be The Lord Of His Own Private Hell, Where His Eternal Reward Will Be Torturing The Souls Of His Victims And He Knows How To Get It While Chuck S Dream Of A Promotion May Be Ordinary, His Career Is Anything But As A Recon And Enforcement Technician, Level II, At A Mysterious Organization Known Only As The Institute, Chuck Spends His Days Rescuing Souls That Get Trapped Between This Life And The Next, Caught In Mini Hells Known As Crossfades Lydia Has No Dreams Only Nightmares There Will Be No Awakening From The Impossible Realm Of Terror And Pain Where She S Trapped Unless Chuck Tracks Her Down But This Rescue Will Not Be Easy, Not For A Mere Level II Technician Because, In This Place, Albert Is God And He S Determined That None Shall Escape His Wrath Praise For William Todd Rose S Apocalyptic Organ Grinder With Strong Echoes Of Richard Matheson S I Am Legend, William Todd Rose S Apocalyptic Organ Grinder Delivers On All Fronts The Action Is Brutal And The Blurring Of Man And Monster Intelligently And Inventively Handled Rose Has Written A Smart Thriller With A Ton Of Heart Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award Winning Author Of The Savage Dead AndInheritance The Book Just Took Me Away The Prose Is Beautiful 39 Purple Sunrises Dark, And Definitely Not Fluffy A No Holds Barred Look At What May Happen In The Future Mrs Condit Friends Read Books