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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org 35 starsThis is the storyof 10 writerspicked to live in a mansionand compete against one anotherfor the ultimate prizeFind out what happenswhen people stop being politeand start getting KILLEDTen aspiring authors are selected to attend a summer long writing retreat at a private estate property Their host Roderick Wells a renowned author hi

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org summary The Dark Game #1 Internationally Bestselling Author MR RODERICK WELLS Reuests the honor of your presence at his estate on May 26th for a six week writing retr

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org Jonathan Janz ´ 3 summary characters ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Jonathan Janz 25 starsTen Writers are invited to a summer long retreat at the home of one of the most celebrated and reclusive writers Roderick Wells He promises to teach them any things while they are there about writing and reaching their full potential One of them will even win three million dollars a publishing contract and Well's patronage Who wouldn'

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org Jonathan Janz ´ 3 summary summary The Dark Game With his new book “The Dark Game” Jonathan Janz its author has created an interesting set up What the story presents is Roderick Wells the most celebrated and reclusive author in the world hosting a summer long writing retreat wh

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org I'm thinking about a 45 Star review here just can't push myself to give fiveJanz is a very talented horror writer if you've read some reviews you will know that he has impressed some serious horror fans His writing is good

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org Original review posted at Cemetery Dance April 15th 20192019 is the year of Jonathan Janz There I said it Flame Tree Press performed the remarkable act of acuiring his previously released titles and then doling them out to us on a pretty aggressive schedule which is an impressive gesture all on its ownbut wait There’s Flame Tree is also releasing new titles from JanzLike I said this is the year of Jonathan J

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    summary The Dark Game Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org A Very Tantalizing Horror NovelThe story evolves around ten authors who are invited to participate in a six week long writin

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org I have to admit that I had a little struggle with this book because the font on my ARC was so teeny tiny I could only read the story in 20 minute increments before my eyes started to cry and reading became an impossibilit

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    summary The Dark Game Jonathan Janz ´ 3 summary Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org My thanks to Flame Tree Press and NetgalleyIt's just one of those things I suppose A book description sometimes sounds way exciting t

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    Online read The Dark Game AUTHOR Jonathan Janz – chiangshistory.org 45 StarsThank you to Jonathan Janz Flame Tree Press and NetGlley for the ARC of this book in exchange for an honest reviewThis was my first Jonathan Janz read I had heard lots of good things so was super excited to get started on thisThe prem

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Several year contract with the top publishers and guaranteed fame and fortune from the sales of a many book deal that all writer s would want to die for an opportunity like this to fall into their laps These authors have all different backgrounds and their writing tastes vary from adventure romance erotica mystery etc Little do they know their mission will be to write a complete horror story well out of their comfort zoneLet the best writer of a frightfest with chills and creepiness beginII thoroughly enjoyed this book and found it hard to put down Jonathan Janz is a terrific writer and I will continue to read his books The Dark Game is written with great imagery and some subtle dark humor as well This is a must read for any horror enthusiast I want to thank the the publisher Flame Tree Press and Netgally for the opportunity to read this very creepy bookI highly recommend to all horror lovers and have given a rating of 4 Dark and Creepy stars I highly recommend to all horror lovers and have given a rating of 4 Dark and Creepy stars I thinking about a 45 Star review here ust can t push myself to give fiveJanz is a very talented horror writer if you ve read some reviews you will know that he has impressed some serious horror fans His writing is good and stable and his stories flow rather well If it wasn t for me seeing the ending a bit too soon don t know how many people will feel this way I might have given it a fiveSo this story is almost like FLATLINERS meeting IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESSWe all have skeletons in our closets I call mine Skinhead because he s pale and doesn t have any hair I thought it was hilarious when my wife opened the door for the first timeshe did NOTBut we all have secrets as well and when the 10 writers gets invited to a retreat with a guarantee of millions of dollars and fame to boot they will have to face their deepest and darkestor die trying After all There can be only oneThey have my sympathy I can remember the time we had to cover up accidentally killing that stripper at the bachelor party in Vegasno wait that was only a recurring nightmare after I saw that movie and fuck anybody who didn t think it was hilariousAnyway I enjoyed this one a lot it felt like good old fashioned horror in a very good wayRecommended to most horror fans 25 starsTen Writers are invited to a summer long retreat at the home of one of the most celebrated and reclusive writers Roderick Wells He promises to teach them any things while they are there about writing and reaching their full potential One of them will even win three million dollars a publishing contract and Well s patronage Who wouldn t want thatSoon it becomes clear that things are not uite right at the retreat Soon each one is confronted with their

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and their deeds actions lack of actions Not only are they confronted with their past secrets the writers begin to die one by oneThe premise of the book is very enticing but their past secrets the writers begin to die one by oneThe premise of the book is very enticing but is where it ended with me I believe I would have enjoyed this book if there were less characters There were Baabwaa and Wooliam just too many characters and I didn t get to really know they all enough to like them let alone care about what happens to them Janz s previous book The Siren and the Specter is mentioned several times in this book I have to say I found that book to be enjoyable This bookust wasn t for me Other reviewers are enjoying this than I did so I encourage people to read all the reviews We can t all enjoy the same books This one ust didn t hit the mark for meThank you to Flame Tree Press and NetGalley who provided me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All the thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own 35 starsThis is the storyof 10 writerspicked to live in a mansionand compete against one anotherfor the ultimate prizeFind out what happenswhen people stop being politeand start getting KILLEDTen aspiring authors are selected to attend a summer long writing retreat at a private estate property Their host Roderick Wells a renowned author himself is eccentric and creepy AF He also happens to be cruel and uite possibly insaneWe meet the competitors fairly rapidly and truth be told I had a hard time distinguishing between some of them throughout particularly the menWe learn a bit about each of their pasts with particular focus on the personal demons haunting them Some of these past reflections were definitely cringe worthy It appears that something about the estate itself brings these memories back in vivid detail and with often horrific conseuences The gruesome scenes were definitely that and very well done But again I had a hard time keeping track of the who and the what it was a lot to take inThe general story line was definitely interesting It felt very Christiesue in its set up I loved the premise I wanted a bit from the atmosphere I think it was so large in scope as far as the estate and the grounds went that it lost a bit in translationThis is my second Janz novel and while I did enjoy The Nightmare Girl I will absolutely continue to read his works If the premise of this one sounds interesting to you at all pick it up Thank you so much to the publisher Flame Tree Press for providing me with a copy to read and review I always appreciate the opportunity. Lly entering the twisted imagination of a deranged genius a lethal contest pitting them against one another in a struggle for their sanity and their lives They have entered into Roderick Wells’s most brilliant and horrible creation The Dark Ga.

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45 StarsThank you to Jonathan Janz Flame Tree Press and NetGlley for The Of This ARC of this in exchange for an honest reviewThis was first Jonathan Janz read I had heard lots of good things so was super excited to get started on thisThe premise of a group of authors unknowingly being entered into a twisted game against each other while being confronted by demons from their pasts had me hooked and I wasn t disappointedThe story starts uite briskly with the authors arriving at the retreat separately over the first few chapters there are many characters introduced I must admit it took me several chapters to recognize the individual characters and their back storiesHaving said that I felt that the characterization was brilliant They were all well rounded and mostly likable I found it really impressive that they all had such distinct personalities and stories which is no mean feat for a book with so many I loved the way each character had individual writing styles there were 10 books within this book I thought the snippets from their manuscripts and diaries gave a really clever insight into each of themThe setting was perfect creepy mansion in the middle of woods that seem to go on for ever check Eerie corridors rooms and basements check The deranged and creepy host check What s not to love rightJanz writing was original and at the same time this book gave me a real classic horror feeling and I couldn t help but imagine Wells as Christopher Lee at timesThis was a solid 45 stars for me the only reason I shaved half a star off was due the initial confusion with so many characters the horror aspect of the book was really good I felt there could have been a little suspense surrounding those elementsOverall the book was fast paced and was full of creepy imagery gore and dark humor I LOVED itI would definitely recommend you check out The Dark Game in April 2019I can t wait to read from Jonathan Janz I have to admit that I had a little struggle with this book because the font on my ARC was so teeny tiny I could only read the story in 20 minute increments before my eyes started to cry and reading became an impossibility After trying to read it this way for over two weeks I finally gave up and reuested an eArc via Netgalley Thank you Netgalley and Flame Tree Press for the arc s The author has confirmed that final copies will have an easier to read font so your eyeballs need not worry This is a story about a group of writers who are invited to oin in on a game at a creepy old mansion hosted by a creepier old writer A Dark Game mwahaha The winner will receive fame and fortune and all they desire and who doesn t want that Everything about this game and its mysteri Original review posted at Cemetery Dance April 15th 20192019 is the year of Jonathan Janz There I said it Flame Tree Press performed the remarkable act of acuiring his previously released titles and then doling them out to us on a pretty aggressive schedule which is an impressive gesture all on its ownbut wait There s Flame Tree is also releasing new titles from JanzLike I said this is the year of Jonathan Janz and an incredibly exciting time to be a fan If you haven t had the pleasure of picking up one of his books now is the time my horror loving friends The Dark Game was my eighth Janz book and it s one of his new releases In this story Janz polishes up a favorite genre trope a select few are invited to stay at a wealthy and potentially sinister host s home to play a gameRoderick Wells is a prolific author who invites up and coming authors to his estate for a writers retreatcompetition The writer who can endure Wells unorthodox methods and scathing humiliation will win a monetary prize bragging rights and a contract with a New York publisherThis is a large cast of characters with the sinister host and his wife plus the ten authors invited to play but Janz puts his writing skills to work right away developing characters and giving them uniue backstories and voices I had no trouble keeping everyone straightThe short chapters help to keep the pace of the story moving at ust the right speed Somewhere around the middle of the book I realized that the first two parts consists of building and setting up so that when parts three through five come Janz can tear everything down strip it back and lay it bare It was very effective storytelling I particularly enjoyed the different literary devices like character monologues diary entries and all the different excerpts of the stories the authors were writing It gave the reader a hundred different ways to get to know important details of the character s pasts without clunky info dumpsIf you re like me you re a reader who enjoys stories involving writers When an author tells a story involving a writer it forces that 4th wall to come down and reveal insight into the real life and mind of the writer perhaps even the man behind the very words you re reading This was perhaps the most enjoyable aspect of this book Reading Janz s The Dark Game was like experiencing the creator speaking through his creation I highly recommend it With his new book The Dark Game Jonathan Janz its author has created an interesting set. Ten writers are selected for a summer long writing retreat with the most celebrated and reclusive author in the world Their host is the legendary Roderick Wells Handsome enigmatic and fiendishly talented Wells promises to teach his pupils about. Up What the story presents is Roderick Wells the most celebrated and reclusive author in the world hosting a summer long writing retreat where ten writers have been selected to attend for the chance of winning three million dollars and an assurance of a big time publishing contract The contestants areLucy StillTommy MarstonMarek SokolowEvan LandonAnna HollowayElaine KovalchykSherilyn JacksonRick ForresterBryan ClaytonWill ChurchSome published some unpublished All with secrets The contest is held in Wells antediluvian mansion deep in the woods Wells also surrounds himself with a cadre of strange individuals not the least of which is his wife Mr Janz must wear the hats of the ten writers both male and female and present not only the writers stories written for the retreat but the back story for each writer A type of anthology is created which brings aspects of the stories into a reality the authors must contend with conuer or fail to confront As there can only be one winnersurvivor of this Dark Game This is an Advanced Reading Copy with a publication date of April 2019 1 Internationally Bestselling Author MR RODERICK WELLS Reuests the honor Reading Copy with a publication date of April 2019 1 Internationally Bestselling Author MR RODERICK WELLS Reuests the honor your presence at his estate on May 26th for a six week writing retreat You and nine others have been selected for the opportunity of a lifetime One of you will become the next Legendary AuthorPlease find enclosedOne airline ticketA contract outlining Mr Wells s expectationsContract must be returned by mail no later than May 1st Any mention of the retreat will automatically void the contract Absolute secrecy is reuired35 stars rounded to 4I don t read as much horror as I did in my teens and as such I m sure that the parameters of what is included in such has evolved drastically but if I had to describe this in a simple buzz phrase I would call it light horror Not that this book didn t have numerous instances of disturbing content and graphic violence but I think the only aspect that separates The Dark Game from the thriller genre would be the paranormal aspect All that to say if you re a reader looking for a nice bridge from the general thriller genre to something darker but are concerned you can t handle the unsettling stories found in the horror genre this is a great novel to pick up Let me ust say upfront I adore novels that feature writers especially ones at retreats who are working on manuscripts Throw in a good mystery and I m sold This was my first experience with the author but it certainly won t be my last Janz knows how to grip the reader from the opening page and the fact that he has sprinkled in Easter eggs with nods to his previous works much like Stephen King does with his novels set in the same universe really grabbed my attention The plot here is very straight forward and you ll mostly know what s going to happen from the beginning but that s because at heart this isn t a mystery novel it s of a heart pounding suspense with a few nuggets of mystery thrown in along the way I had such a blast watching the plot unfold it was like a gruesome version of Agatha Christie s And Then There Were None if said novel leaned to The Supernatural Side Of The supernatural side of the While we know early on what is happening and roughly who is behind it we don t really have all the intimate details of the why until the end which I found kept the suspense high and my interest engaged I do wish that we had a little at the end because I had uite a few uestions that weren t answered but I do appreciate that the author decided to leave some of those details up to the reader s imagination This was a wicked fun little read that I highly recommend for those looking to be slightly scared but wholly entertained I received a review copy from the publisher via NetGalley My thanks to Flame Tree Press and NetgalleyIt s ust one of those things I suppose A book description sometimes sounds way exciting than
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actual book This was case with me I ve only read 4 or 5 books by Mr Janz and I plan on reading But this book in particular was almost the same book as another I ve read by this author Which one Heck if I know But it was on an island and shit was weird Here Yep maybe not an island but definitely lost and definitely strange As soon as I started reading the story I knew how it would go I had hoped I was wrong as I often am but this book was exactly as I expected So a familiar storyline too many people and the weird the Big Bad Too confusing Mixing a lot of people and scary element s are usually a good thing but the characters were hard to keep track of and the bad was ust too over the top This ust isn t a book I d recommend unless it s one of your firsts by this author Still Janz is a pretty intense storyteller so I ll be waiting for the next book A Very Tantalizing Horror NovelThe story evolves around ten authors who are invited to participate in a six week long writing competition which is a very hush hush program that they will have to sign a contract of complete secrecy no cellphones no computers or tablets nor telling any family or friends what they are doing or they will be eliminated immediately and sent back home The winner of this elite competition will be awarded Writing about magic about the untapped potential that each of them possesses Most of all he plans to teach them about the darkness in their heartsThe writers think they are signing up for a chance at riches and literary prestige But they are rea. The Dark Game

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