Reviews - What do customers think about Roarshock?
It Will Keep You In Suspense From Beginning To End Feb 23, 2004
Roarshock is one of these books that will have you wondering what is going to happen next and at times, it's not what you think it is. If you like a good scary story with suspense and well developed characters, read Roarshock today. You won't be sorry you did. Hey Kurt, when is the movie version coming out?
Don't Ignore The Roar! Feb 19, 2004
Kurt Schiller's Roarshock is a turbo-powered journey through the vast unexplored regions of the capability of the human mind. Scientists say we only use about 10% of our brains, and once you read Roarshock you'll probably agree that's a good thing! Using well-deliniated and believable characters, author Schiller masterfully guides the reader through a high tension wire plot about a dedicated coterie of medical professionals banding together to stop a seemingly unstopable force. It's a wonderful first novel and a grand read for horror/sci-fi enthusiasts. I look forward to hearing Schiller's roar once more.
A ripping good read!! Feb 12, 2004
It's always a pleasure to discover a first-time author, and this book doesn't disappoint. The narrative deftly combines occasional splatter-like gore scenes with plenty of insights regarding psychiatric and military mindsets. The supernatural menace is highly original, if not unprecedented. The author's attention to his characters maintains the reader's interest; this is no high-tech gobbledegook fest. In fact, it would probably make a compelling film: interesting characters, novel premise, and just enough horrific content for the pit audience. A fine first effort- I hope that the author is nurturing additional creative seeds.