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Reviewed by Vincent Dublado for Readers' Favorite
While trying to get his bearings after a vehicular collision, Damien Winters finds himself facing what resembles a giant, eyeless mountain lion launching itself like a lunatic linebacker at him. Think of Leonardo DiCaprio’s bear attack in The Revenant, and you get an idea of how Winters survives the ordeal. But what attacked him is no ordinary beast. It was a sphinx—alien creatures that have existed even before humans walked the earth and possess the ability to replicate humans. Their objective: to rectify God’s nefarious and foolhardy mistake of creating us to bring back a realm that thrives in serenity and tranquility. In Triangle Black by Joseph Miguel, a quiet town in Colorado soon becomes infested with these harrowing entities. With the help of his friend Kipper Wells, Damien does everything in his power for them to stay alive and save those that he can.
Triangle Black is a superb example of the creature feature genre in horror films. The sphinxes are agile and move with incredible speed. And from how they are described, they are morphologically designed to wipe us all out in just a matter of days. Miguel supplies his story with that typical tradition of using an ordinary and flawed action hero whose high level of survival instinct pushes him to die fighting. The most interesting aspect of the novel is the moral choices that Winters must decide upon. The story has a strong element of tragedy as people that Winters knows on a first-name basis perish from the onslaught and some are even used as replicate vessels. This novel is a must-read because it is well-written and gives a unique and unexpected resolution. If you are a horror fan, you will love it. It will grab you by the throat and consume you.