KM-Berserk – Tim Lebbon


Title: Berserk

Author: Tim Lebbon

Series: No

Category: Drama / Fiction / Supernatural

Length: 337 pages

My Rating 7/10

As a first time reader of Tim Lebbon, I was cautious as always with a new author, unsure if I would like the writing style and story line. Not to mention that the Amazon description was pretty vague. I was pleasantly surprised.

You follow the main character, Tom, on his journey to find the grave of his ten-year-dead son, Steven. He was killed in an Army “training accident”. Little does Tom know, digging up old graves also digs up secrets, unknowns, and unimaginable horrors. Natasha is a character that, by human nature, you want to dislike, but you cannot  help but sympathize with the 10-year-old girl-turned-monster.

The action begins fairly quickly in, and it’s quite the thrill ride as you find out secrets that the British Royal Army attempted to cover up from a secret facility called Porton Down, and the horrors unleashed by digging up on single mass grave.


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Filed under Action, Drama, Fiction, Ghost Stories, Horror, Supernatural

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