Review - Always Yell Fire by Matt Danza

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Year Published: 2017
Genre: Horror

Three lost souls will collide as they navigate through a mysterious town saturated with ash raining endlessly from the sky. They soon discover that they are not alone and will have to work together in order to escape alive. As they uncover clues scattered through the town they will have to decide which is more horrifying, themselves or those who are hiding within the ashes. Heaven is forgetting, hell is remembering.

About the Author:
Matthew Danza and his best friend Adam Horeth, continue to explore the world of horror as author and editor. Their goal is to create a world of characters that their audience can become entranced with while relating to them. They have just finished their mini-series The Fin, and plan on continuing to explore the world of terror and thrills. Their newest gothic psychological horror "Always yell Fire" is out now! They got the call, but they didn't answer...

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My Take on the Book:
If you're not into gory scenes; I wouldn't suggest picking this book up, since this book leans towards horror. I would have liked to know a little bit more about the characters that entered this fiery town; and got a slight 'Silent Hill' vibe about this book. I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review. 

Last Word:
It was nice reading a book from this author again (it's the third book that I've now read), and I look forward to more from this author as he grows in his writing career. This was a very quick read.