Teaser Tuesday – Soul Cutter

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Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be. Anyone can play along!

Grab a book you're reading | Open to a random page and pull two sentences | Post the book title, author, and page number | No spoilers, please.

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"Don't move," Boris whispered.

Ramsey didn't need to be told. He was already rigid as a statue, watching the cobra's upper body turn left and right, its tongue flicking out as it tested the temperature and smells in the room. 

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My Review of Soul Cutter by Lexa Cain

Horror lovers need to read Soul Cutter.

It’s been a while since I found a great horror story, and I was thrilled when I discovered Soul Cutter. It’s the kind of book I’ll be reading again, knowing each time I do, I’ll find something new to love. It’s original, has romance, and the most frightful monster I’ve encountered.

We kick off with Elan set on showing the world that psychics are scammers through her online site. But when she gets word of her mom vanishing while assisting with the filming of a ghost-hunter-style show in Egypt, Elan takes off to the land of pyramids to help with the search. Her mother’s disappearance is suspicious and the local police are no closer to any leads. The trail of dead bodies terrify Elan, and she is soon thrown into a real-life supernatural situation. It is only with help from Ramsay, a Lebanese boy who agrees to help her, that she starts to make some breakthroughs. But little does she know Ramsay has his own dark secrets, but its too late as she’s already fallen for him. In the end, Elan has to deal with her misconceptions of the supernatural to get out alive.

Lexa Cain is a master at writing action scenes. I was flipping those pages so quickly to see if Elan got out alive. A terrific novel from a debut author I’ll be adding to my auto-buy list. Highly recommended!

 

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16 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesday – Soul Cutter

  1. Here's mine: "I tried to open my eyes, but I was dizzy. Del had been right, I left like I was going to be sick." –p. 349 of Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl 🙂

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