Saturday, April 2, 2016


This is a book review I wrote for The Holocaust Opera, by Mark Edward Hall, a few years ago. You won't want to miss this fast moving tale of horror.

Blaze McRob

Book description:

 A Nazi war criminal has returned from the dead, angry and hell bent on genocide. A young composer and his girlfriend are drawn to his dark purpose until they discover the truth. There is something complex and evil hiding inside the music, waiting to strike. Time is running out as Roxanne and Jeremiah fight to save their souls, and perhaps the very soul of mankind, from the clutches of extinction.
The Holocaust Opera is a fast-paced thriller that will leave you breathless with wonder and possibilities.

With an introduction by Bram Stoker Award Winning Editor Vince A. Liaguno.

This book contains special bonus material.

on March 15, 2011
I'm a writer and I'm sitting in my office surrounded by books of all kinds as I'm typing this. My mother was 100% German and I am fascinated as to why such an intelligent race would follow an idiot like Hitler. It makes no sense to me, especially the barbarism against Jewish people. Thus, I have many Hitler books to read so I can attempt to try and analyze the idiocy. I love music and I have many books on music. And horror: I love horror! So what does this have to do with "The Holocaust Opera"? Everything. Mark Edward Hall has combined all of these into a breath-taking tale. Add in a whole new approach to torture and other-world life and we wind up with a one night read. How anyone could put this great story down without finding out the conclusion is inconceivable to me, although if your house was on fire, that would be legitimacy, I suppose.

I don't want to give any more of the story away. Read this great book. You will be happy you did.

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