Book review: Evocations by James Brogden

Evocations review!

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Evocations by James Brogden
The Alchemy Press (ebook), 2015
266 Pages

Author Website

Amazon (UK)

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I was given a free copy by the publisher in exchange for a review.

BLURB
It can be boring waiting to become a ghost. New York has alligators in the sewers, but did you know that Birmingham has man-eating octopuses in its canals. What sacrifices were they prepared to offer to build the railway? What was it that crashed into the Land Rover’s front bumper? How can she escape from captivity, from a room high in a tower block? What is it that his the non-existent hand touches? Discover these chilling horrors and more.

OPENING SENTENCE
The doctors who amputated Alex’s left arm below the elbow told him he would suffer phantom pains as the nerve endings in the stump tried to keep telling his brain that something was very wrong down there (THE…

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