Item description for Unbound: A Tale of Temptation and Terror by Tim Vargo...
Lewis Freed lives a life of torment, abused by an alcoholic father tormented by nightly dreams of a man in black pursuing him. Lewis knows that he deserves better out of life, and he tells himself to take what he wants, despite what other men might think.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 5.58" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.77 lbs.
Release Date Feb 15, 2003
Publisher Willowgate Press
ISBN 193000804X ISBN13 9781930008045
Reviews - What do customers think about Unbound: A Tale of Temptation and Terror?
A compelling dark mythology, intelligent and sinister Sep 3, 2008
With his debut novel Unbound, Tim Vargo creates a compelling, dark mythology, weaving an intelligent and sinister tale of suspense and supernatural terror. Lewis Freed is plagued by shadowy secrets concerning his true heritage and an ominous dark man who haunts his dreams. After being involved in a brutal crime, Lewis flees his home town and eventually finds himself in the remote village of Kirtland Falls where he is taken in by the town's enigmatic benefactor, Nathaniel Thorne. As Lewis explores Thorne's castle domain, he begins to discover the horrors that dwell within, and soon comes to a grim realization that Nathaniel is the unearthly lord of temptation and deceit, and that the fate of the world may well rest in his own hands. At times reminiscent of vintage Stephen King, Unbound evenly balances the elements of terror between ghoulish descriptions of carnage and subtle descriptions of otherworldly horrors that lurk in the shadows of the minds eye and play on the reader's imagination. The tightly woven plot unfolds at an even pace, revealing innovative twists along the way that will keep you guessing right up to the very end. Highly Recommended.
Couldn't put it down Sep 15, 2003
From the moment I started this book, it had me hooked to see what would happen next. It flowed fairly well and kept me on the edge of my seat. Although it reminded me of other stories or movies I've encountered, it was a good read. Junk food for the mind, but I know the author enjoys writing and he would agree with me. Keep up the good work, Tim! Sorry it took so long to get this written.
Pick up Unbound and I bet you can't put it down Feb 20, 2003
From the time I was a child I have enjoyed being frightened. Over the years I have watched and read more than my fair share of horror movies and novels. My shelves are lined with books written by Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Clive Barker. I have a great deal of experience in being scared. Tim Vargo's Unbound is a book that will pull you into its dark, twisted little world and not loosen its icy grip on your mind until the final page has turned. I tossed Unbound into my bag as I did some last minute packing for a weekend trip to Vegas with my wife. At the time I thought that there was little chance that I would even have time to read the first paragraph but brought it along just in case. I began reading the story while waiting for my wife to get ready for dinner. From the first page I was hooked. I spent almost every available minute in the room reading the book. Maybe it was because I was in sin city, but I was captivated by this tale of temptation and the evil that is always just under the surface of all that glitters. Even if you don't go to Vegas, Unbound is a sure thing.