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By WilliamHolloway | Comments: ( 344 ) | Date: ( Dec 10, 2019 )

Detective John Mitchell thought he understood murder But that all changes when monsters are born during a faith healing at a local church Psychic Medium Sarah Lynn Beauchamp thought she understood the dead, but the dead have a new plan for her SAS veteran Dr Menard thought the War was through with him until an unspeakable evil returns from the depths of a forgotten timDetective John Mitchell thought he understood murder But that all changes when monsters are born during a faith healing at a local church Psychic Medium Sarah Lynn Beauchamp thought she understood the dead, but the dead have a new plan for her SAS veteran Dr Menard thought the War was through with him until an unspeakable evil returns from the depths of a forgotten time Behind it all, a mysterious figure lurks, controlling the actors from the shadows, ushering an end to reason, sanity and the world as we know it.


  • Title: The Immortal Body
  • Author: WilliamHolloway
  • ISBN: 9781910283066
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback

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  • Brett Talley

    When I set out to write That Which Should Not Be, one of the reasons I decided to include so many Lovecraftian themes was out of my own sense of disappointment in modern Lovecraftian fare. There just wasn't a lot of it that was any good. So I wanted to write some that was. Now, we can quibble over whether or not I succeeded, but I think we can all agree that while vampires and werewolves and witches have all had their day, Lovecraft and the world he created has been sorely neglected. Since I've [...]


  • Graeme Reynolds

    Detective John Mitchell has investigated some shocking crimes in his career, but nothing could prepare him for the terrible events that followed a faith healing at a local church, where, instead of the afflicted being healed, they turn into murderous monsters. The only clues are terrible sculptures left at the crime scenes, made from the bodies of children and animals.Then another, similar case occurs, halfway across the country, when a spirit medium raises the dead instead of just communicating [...]


  • Carrie

    Review on stormbladeproductions I always get excited when Horrific Tales publishes a new book. They have produced some fantastic novels over these last few years. Bringing William Holloway into their fold was a genius move. Holloway adds a Lovecraftian theme to their house, which is great news for those of us who find a lack of decent books available from this genre. If you don't like Lovecraft, do not be put off as its so much more! I was introduced to Holloway through Lucky's Girl, which I lov [...]


  • Angela Crawford

    From the Description: Detective John Mitchell thought he understood murder. But that all changes when monsters are born during a faith healing at a local church. Psychic Medium Sarah Lynn Beauchamp thought she understood the dead, but the dead have a new plan for her. SAS veteran Dr. Menard thought the War was through with him until an unspeakable evil returns from the depths of a forgotten time. Behind it all, a mysterious figure lurks, controlling the actors from the shadows, ushering an end t [...]


  • Paul

    I didn't rate this three stars out of defiance of all the four And five star reviews. rather I averaged out my ratings for first 2/3 which was a 2.5 rating from me and the last 1/3 which I gave a 3.5 rating too alluded to in my updates I liked a lot about this supernatural/mystery/thriller and although i get why other reviewers called it a lovecraftian work I view it as trying to recall Lovecraft's dark imagination I would say he missed the mark stylistically s littlere than a meh read, but less [...]


  • Mark Olson

    This book is an enigma. I REALLY wanted to love it, and I was thrilled when it kicked off to a very fast start and described in a relatively tasteful way some rather unsettling situations. But the farther you get into the book, the more you realize you're really only in it to see what happens. I don't mean you care about the characters - the only things that define them are the fact that one is black, one is old and English, one is fat, and one is a girl (and I'm very nearly quoting when I say t [...]


  • Nathan Robinson

    I’ve had this in my TBR pile for about a year now and I feel an idiot for leaving it so damned long. I don’t believe in favourites, but The Immortal Body is one of the best books I’ve had the pleasure to read this past year. Aside from the fact it ended, I can’t think of anything wrong with it. From the botched faith healing opening, in which Holloway sets the tone with grimy characters, all caught up in a supernatural eeriness that incorporates their various flaws into the story. From t [...]


  • Jonathan Woodrow

    William Holloway is a tremendous writer, and this is one hell of a book. The story opens with an event at a small church when a faith healer turns some of his congregation into vicious lunatics on a murderous rampage. The crime scenes, which are, for the most part, alluded to, at the most, really got under my skin. Then in an ostensibly unrelated incident, professional medium inadvertently creates something of a gateway, and a war veteran-turned-Doctor starts getting some flashbacks of events he [...]


  • Matthew

    I just finished this book a few days ago. I picked it up once or twice before and would read a few pages and then set it back down. Don't take this to mean that I couldn't get into it. On the contrary. I knew I was going to want to really dedicate some time to wading deep into this one.It's gt a good pace, reminding me of almost a solid old fashioned horror flick with your basic good versus evil. Evil here is like an onion. You've got the serial killer level evil. You've got mythic/supernatural [...]


  • Ruby Ridge

    I was given this book complimentary from LibraryThing in e-book form in return for my honest review. Everything stated in this review is of my own opinion and I was not compensated monetarily or otherwise for providing this review.Wow, great book, recommend it to all fans of Lovecraft and lovers of Horror. One of the first books to affect me for a very long while. I would place this book up there with Lovecraft and early King and Masterton.Five stars and highly recommended


  • Steve

    A series of gory, senseless murders follows the introduction of a supernatural evil set in motion during the second world war.This book is fantastic, dark, gripping, well crafted and is very difficult to put down.Holloway writes a great story with a Stephen King type of style mixed with Lovecraft elements; Imagine Carrie or Christine but darker.I am really looking forward to the sequel.


  • Darren Dilnott

    William Holloway brings forth dark terror on a whole new level. Evil from a time long forgotten has returned. Macabre, and extremely grisly, this indeed has a Lovecraftian theme, but it is so much more than that reference. This journey will take you to the brink of insanity. It's Horrifying, and shocking.


  • Mellisa Bamberger

    Good old cosmic horrorI read a lot of horror stories, I love H.P lovecraft horror especially. I thought it was very well delivered beginning to end, kept me on my toes, characters well developed, and scary as all hell. Can't wait to read the second book!!


  • Della F. Rahbek

    So GoodI couldn't put this one down. Once all of the pieces came together I was absolutely hooked. Perfect for anyone looking for a captivating Lovecraftian horror.


  • Robert Defrank

    Holloway’s Lovecraftian supernatural thriller starts off strong, with a faith healer with genuine powers using his abilities to bestow some comfort to the afflicted (and to raise money to feed his own drug habit – healer, heal thyself) when the people who come for his blessing are instead infected with madness and a fanatical, murderous purpose.Meanwhile, a young soothsayer who runs a spiritualist scam with her abusive mother and stepfather continues to hide her own secret: that she really c [...]


  • Allysa Peck

    I received this book from Library Thing in exchange for an honest review. As someone who is a fan of all things horror, this book was one I dove into rather easily. The pacing is good and the horrific descriptions were enough to make my skin crawl (and I mean that in the best way possible). As I read this story, the urgency in it was something I just ate up, as it is very much a story of good vs. evil. The only reason I'm not giving this book a higher rating is because, despite all of the build [...]


  • Gary Fry

    Really enjoyed this dark and gruesome romp. After a frenetic and brutal opening, the story settles into three strands, involving a cop, a medium and a war veteran. The writing is crisp and street-smart throughout, and the story builds to some epic set-pieces. I'm a real fan of Lovecraftian tropes, but am aware of how poorly they're often done, usually because authors have a poor understanding of HPL's technique. Holloway draws upon HPL in a non-explicit manner, transforming his central notions i [...]


  • Tamara

    Thank you, Mr. Holloway for not letting me down! I love horror dark, violent, gritty. I want to be a fan of Lovecraftian horror, but I am often disappointed. THE IMMORTAL BODY did not disappoint. This book is smart, powerful storytelling and best of all just the beginning. The tale and the author did their job of making this reader love Lovecraftian style and crave more.


  • GCB-LovesGoodBooks

    Most excellent read. I found it a very scary good versus evil tale. It was well written and paced perfectly.


  • Diana

    This is an honest review in exchange for an ARC I received. This is definitely a graphic and disturbing horror novel. Not for the faint of heart. But I really enjoyed it.


  • Anna M

    Good readNice creepy moments kept me turning the pages. Can't wait to read more of Holloway in the future. Scary stuff


  • Sean Archer

    Good horror page turner


  • Kenneth Skaldebø

    I bought this book because I got the second book as a free review eBook and I felt I should read the first one first, and boy am I glad I bought it, because this book is a good Lovecraftian tale, And I do love those. The story is well crafted with believable characters(my personal favourite is Mitchell, who doesn’t love a cop that refers of himself as a fat f**k), its fast paced and with some disturbing imagery. So if you like cosmic horror with a bit police procedure sprinkled on it then I re [...]


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