Lust by Douglas Vance Castagna

Lust by Douglas Vance Castagna

Lust by Douglas Vance Castagna



Lust by Douglas Vance Castagna

ISBN-10: 0957103395

ISBN-13: 978-0957103399

ASIN: B009879QFQ

Publisher: Crowded Quarantine Publications

Age Group: Adult


The evil forces that are all around and among us can pounce whenever they desire. Douglas Vance Castagna unleashes one of the most evil female entities known to man on his readers…and leaves them wondering if they too will fall victim as her prey in the future.


A man paints a masterpiece. The painting embodies evil…beautiful evil. The piece of art embodies Lilith and makes her a possession of the masterpiece’s owner. She doesn’t want to be controlled or owned.

With wicked, evil vengeance, Lilith takes by force what won’t be given willingly.

A woman and a friend of the artist meet in a gallery in front of the masterpiece. Sparks ignite between them and things progress.

The artist dies… He has been murdered.

More strange murders occur, and the friend of the artist thinks he has things figured out only to realize too late that he too has been deceived and is now at risk.

Will they be able to stop Lilith with the help of some unexpected supernatural head hunters? Or will they all fall to their doom at Lilith’s feet?

I genuinely liked this story. There were a few flaws in editing, and the scene changes were abrupt and unexpected considering it was such a short story, but it was still good. I figured out what was going on before I was told, even the female twist (you’ll know what I mean by that once you’ve read the book). There were a few places where there was graphic sexual content, which doesn’t bother me, but might bother some. I think it added an intense fun factor to the overall story.

I give this book 2 QUILL.


Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby

Please Don't Go by Eric Dimbleby

Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby



Please Don’t Go by Eric Dimbleby

ISBN 10: 1617060828

ISBN 13: 978-1611060823

Publisher: Pill Hill Press

Age Group: Adult Horror


Please Don’t Go is a twisted ride through torment of unimaginable extent. Eric Dimbleby tells a tale that will shatter your will and make you fear the unknown.

A young man named Zephyr is working his way through college and trying to figure out the future of his life. Unexpectedly – because of a work delivery – he meets a man, a writer, whom he befriends and idolizes.

The writer is tormented, mad, out of his tree, or so Zephyr thinks…

A trick changes Zephyr’s life and throws all his plans for a happy future out the window, but he doesn’t give up.

He fights hard.

It isn’t hard enough.

In the end, he comes to terms with what has befallen him, even though it sickens his very soul.

This was an amazing book. I was never sure what would happen next. There was a lot of emotional turmoil as well as plenty of gore. Even the end surprised me. The only real drawback for me was that I didn’t feel the cover matched the level of writing. But, with that being said, the cover helps me depict the scene it’s modeled after clearly. I give it 3 QUILL!


Rating: 3Q