Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1)

↠ Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1) Ð William Blackwell - Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1), Phantom Rage The Rage Trilogy Book Kathleen Freeborne lives a perfectly normal life until the day her team of paranormal investigators is granted permission to investigate the reportedly haunted King s Playhouse Theatre in Prince Edwar
  • Title: Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1)
  • Author: William Blackwell
  • ISBN: 008686
  • Page: 279
  • Format: ebook

↠ Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1) Ð William Blackwell, Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1), William Blackwell, Phantom Rage The Rage Trilogy Book Kathleen Freeborne lives a perfectly normal life until the day her team of paranormal investigators is granted permission to investigate the reportedly haunted King s Playhouse Theatre in Prince Edward island Canada On the morning of the investigation she suffers a terrifying panic attack leading her to believe her life is coming to a grinding halt and peo ↠ Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1) Ð William Blackwell - Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1), Phantom Rage The Rage Trilogy Book Kathleen Freeborne lives a perfectly normal life until the day her team of paranormal investigators is granted permission to investigate the reportedly haunted King s Playhouse Theatre in Prince Edwar
  • ↠ Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1) Ð William Blackwell
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Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1)

About Author

  1. William Blackwell studied journalism at Calgary s Mount Royal University and English literature at Vancouver s University of British Columbia.He worked as a print journalist for many years before becoming an author.Currently living on an acreage in Prince Edward Island, Blackwell loves to travel and write fiction.He s written many titles including Brainstorm, Nightmare s Edge, Phantom Rage , Orgon Conclusion, Assaulted Souls, Poison Rage, Infected Rage, Rule 14, Resurrection Point, Black Dawn, The End Is Nigh, Freaky Franky, Assaulted Souls II, Assaulted Souls III, The Strap, Blood Curse, A Head for an Eye, Black Dawn, The End Is Nigh and Freaky Franky.To learn about Blackwell s work and read the musings of a meandering mind, please visit his website wblackwellTwitter wblackwell333Thanks for stopping by.

One thought on “Phantom Rage (The Rage Trilogy Book 1)

  1. Kathleen Freeborne lives a perfectly normal life until the day her team of paranormal investigators is granted permission to investigate the reportedly haunted King s Playhouse Theatre in Prince Edward island, Canada.On the morning of the investigation, she suffers a terrifying panic attack, leading her to believe her life is coming to a grinding halt and people are out to get her.Events escalate from bad to worse when the team arrives at the theater only to discover caretaker Bill Blythe is beh [...]


  2. Book ReviewTitle Phantom RageAuthor William BlackwellGenre Horror Occult Rating Review The opening to Phantom Rage was great we meet Kathleen Freeborne who is a teacher of autistic children and seems to be very anxious and a little paranoid Just by reading her perspective in this single chapter I had a feeling she was going to be a little unreliable as a narrator I liked the fact we return to the same location as the Assaulted Souls trilogy Prince Edward Island We then jump backward in time by t [...]


  3. I don t usually read horror or paranormal horror, as some people call it but a friend recommended this so I gave it a try It started out a little slow, but then quickly picked up and turned into a thoroughly enjoyable read, a nice gut wrenching scary one.First, let s address the indie author thing This book had none of the problems so common with indie authors poor grammar, misspelled words, disjointed character development, etc All I noticed were about four or five minor misspellings in the who [...]


  4. I downloaded this after reading the description expecting a really good horror book, and this book totally delivered It was well written and had a good plot the characters were believable and I feel a lot of effort on behalf of the writer went in to making the people and locations seem as real as possible.It was a very entertaining book and I loved it, I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a good read, looking to discover a new author, or is really into horror books.


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