off the highlands of Scotland lies the uninhabited island
of Craeghatir, Britain's most Northerly point. When a small
elite university arrive on the island hoping to unearth the
first major archaeological find of the twenty first Century
they encounter Craeghatir's hidden evil force...
Wrath is a gripping, if somewhat short, read and centres
around an ancient energy which has laid dormant for some time.
Over numerous centuries this malevolent force has somehow
managed to cause terror and madness to all who visit its inhospitable
This book neatly sets up an intriguing horror story within
a contemporary setting - in short a supernatural tale of an
archaeological dig gone wrong. It is not really until almost
half way through this novel that events really start to get
going. Not surprisingly the fates of the main characters are
clearly signposted for some time. This helps to add to the
tension - you know what is coming, it's just when? and how?
that keep you turning the pages.
This is a macabre thriller which drags the reader in from
the very first page and keeps them hooked until the very last
page. Highly recommended - extremely well written and highly
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