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Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Last Night at Tremore Beach by Mikel Santiago- Feature and Review


ABOUT THE BOOK:

What starts out as an idyllic summer holiday on the Irish coast soon becomes a living nightmare with unpredictable consequences for a world-renowned composer and his family in this chilling psychological thriller.

Recently divorced and in the middle of a creative crisis, Peter Harper decides to take shelter on Ireland’s scenic and isolated Tremore Beach. But after he is struck by lightning one stormy night, he begins experiencing terrible headaches and strange dreams. As the line between his dreams and reality begins to blur, Peter realizes that his bizarre dreams may be a warning of horror still to come…

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MY REVIEW:


The Last Night at Tremore BeachThe Last Night at Tremore Beach by Mikel Santiago
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Last Night at Tremore Beach by Mikel Santiago is a 2017 Atria publication.

An excerpt from my review posted on Night Owl Reviews:

Still, this is a fun, fast paced thriller, entertaining enough and worth taking a look at, especially since this is a debut novel and shows the author’s potential, which I would say is very promising. 3.5 stars

To read my entire review, click on this link:

https://www.nightowlreviews.com/v5/Re...

GET YOUR COPY HERE:

https://www.amazon.com/Last-Night-Tremore-Beach-Novel-ebook/dp/B01HMXUU16/


http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-last-night-at-tremore-beach-mikel-santiago/1124016001



ABOUT THE AUTHOR:


Mikel Santiago was born in Portugalete (Vizcaya) in 1975. He consecrated his youth to play in rock bands and later began publishing stories and short novels on the Internet, with which he managed to reach the Best-Sellers list in Spain and the United States. His first novel "The Last Night On Tremore Beach" was a resounding success of criticism and publicity. He has lived in Ireland and the Netherlands for almost a decade and now combines his activity as a writer with a rock band and the software world.

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