The Box (Temple of the Blind: Book 1) by Brian Harmon

The Box (The Temple of the Blind #1) by [Harmon, Brian]

Where you can find The Box: Amazon

Publisher: Brian Harmon

Date of publication: April 6, 2011

Genre: Horror

Goodreads synopsis:

When Albert Cross finds a mysterious wooden box waiting for him in the driver’s seat of his locked car, he has no idea that it will lead him on an extraordinary and terrifying adventure. With the help of his lab partner, Brandy, he begins unraveling the puzzle of the box, but each clue they solve leads only to more questions as they piece together a map of the complex, subterranean system that lies beneath Briar Hills, Missouri…and the strange and deadly labyrinth hidden deep within. Will they be able to discover the meaning behind the box? Or will the endless darkness and the things that lurk unseen within these walls swallow them forever?

Horror, science fiction, dark fantasy. Book One of The Temple of the Blind. 52,000 words. Adult Content.

My review:

This book is not kid friendly. Of course, I knew that when I started reading but I do have some younger followers and want to warn them, don’t read it. Of course, now that I said that, it will be downloaded and read on the sly.

It was a pretty good book. Actually, it was very creepy, and I got the chills during some parts of the book. Not bad chills, good chills. Like scary, I can’t sleep at night chills.

I thought Albert and Brandy were morons for actually going into the sewers. Then I thought Brandy was one because she kept sticking with Albert.

The ending was solid and, again, the creep factor came in. I will be looking for book 2 to read because I want to know if Albert goes back to the temple and if he takes Brandy with him.

**I voluntarily reviewed this book**

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