Into The Dark: Book One of the Infinite Crossover Crisis by Robert Hookey
Despite what you are about to read, I am not the hero of this tale.
Into the Dark is like if you mixed Suicide Squad with Good Omens, and added a dash of The Boys. And it’s so. freaking. funny.
Luckily, my best friends included Taurus the vampire, Scorpio the master strategist, a rock ’n roll apparition known to everyone (but Mama Shaw), as Rockin’, and a cast of characters that make the Suicide Squad look like almost angelic.
This is a very witty novel by Robert Hookey! So many one-liners left me giggling and I kept being reminded of the humour of Good Omens. Looking forward to more by this author!
FYI: There is a very handy glossary at the back that I didn’t realise was there, which I definitely should have checked out!
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As reviews continue to soar in for Into The Dark, I fond myself humbled and most of all, inspired to do better the next time around.
Check out Rebecca Crunden’s review of my debut work of fiction and let us both know what you think.
To say I’m honored to have my work featured here is to suggest Into The Dark contains a typo or two.
Thank you for being such a steadfast supporter of my debut novel, Rebecca.
Agreed! It had me laughing through a wild ride.