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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Wrecker is an intense work of horror fiction penned by author Erik Henry Vick and is the third novel in The Bloodletter Saga. Following on from the events of Nightmare and Blackened, we see a group of young people slowly growing in fear, but also in wisdom, as they face terrifying new demons in a literally hellish war. Wrecker brings them face to face with new circumstances to overcome, and a pair of enemies they need to reclaim. What results is a tense dash in the darkness to stay together and survive, filled with sudden violence, enigmatic enemies and strange turns of events to revel in.
Without wanting to give too much away, fans of the previous installments of author Erik Henry Vick’s chilling series are certain to find more of the same intriguing plot and ghoulishly violent fun amongst the pages of this third novel. I enjoyed the sense of foreboding which the author creates, and the central group of characters, be they young or older, reminded me of Stranger Things where the graphic horror side is really allowed to let rip. The title pertains to a true nightmarish plot point which I thought was really well characterized and built up to, as well as the dialogue between characters where they try to figure out how to defeat the monsters whose encounters they’re just barely surviving. Overall, Wrecker is a masterclass in pacy action-horror writing that will keep readers on the edge of their seats from start to end.