Today I am taking part in the blog tour on its publication day for The Tree Beasts by E.R. Fallon published by Darkstroke.
The Tree Beasts by E.R. Fallon
Release Date: 11th of June 2020
Print Length: 167 pages
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“Bewitching darkness laces every chapter, every word. This is the kind of book we stay up all night to finish. It’s simply remarkable.” ~ Da Chen, New York Times best-selling author
Beautiful Blackthorn Island is a small community, but at its heart lies a big, ugly secret…
The island of Blackthorn is a seemingly normal place that hides an evil secret. Not only does the island have strange trees that appear like exotic, menacing beasts – several of its youngest residents have mysteriously disappeared over the years. Some inhabitants think that the island’s trees even look like the missing children.
Paul Gold, one of identical twin boys, is the latest child to go missing. When his mother and sister believe they are seeing him again on the island years after his disappearance, they are determined to discover the truth behind what happened to him.
But there are those on the island who are just as determined to keep the secret…
When I was given the opportunity to read and review The Tree Beasts, it immediately caught my attention. From the striking cover to the intriguing premise that promised a unique story, I could not wait to get caught up in it. So the big question is, did E.R. Fallon deliver on this promise? Read on to find out…
The Tree Beasts is a story that is predominantly categorised as a mystery, but also has elements of fantasy scattered throughout. It immediately drew me in and kept me enthralled till the end. It really is one best to just experience it without the need to summarise its plot.
The characters have all been very well put together but it’s not just them that stand out in the story here. The Island as well as the trees which are perfectly described as “exotic menacing beasts” also play a big part in the mystery here and are like characters themselves.
A new author to me, E.R. had me engaged in the story and I really enjoyed the ease of her writing. It flowed really well and kept a steady pace. I can quite easily be distracted when I read, but in this case my attention never wavered.
So to loop back to question at the start of my review if E.R. delivered her promise on this intriguing plot, yes she did. The Tree Beast is a great read and I look forward to exploring more of E.R.’s work. It was a pleasure to read and review The Tree Beasts which I recommend.
This review will be added to, Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Tumblr, Amazon Australia & Amazon US. I will also add to NetGalley, Apple Books, Kobo, Google Play, Barnes and Noble & Waterstones if available. As I am from Australia, unfortunately, I am unable to add to Amazon UK.
The Tree Beasts Blog Tour
Follow the tour along the way and see what these fantastic bloggers also thought about The Tree Beasts
Let’s Get to Know E.R. Fallon
Bestselling crime author E.R. Fallon knows well the gritty city streets of which she writes. She studied criminology and was mentored by a leading advocate for the family members of homicide victims. E.R. is currently writing a book about living with autism and also working on her next gangland book, The Trouble Legacy, with her writing partner, KJ.
Stay up to date with E.R.’s work by following her on these social media accounts.
Blog Tour Organiser
Thank you to Sarah Hardy from Book on the Bright Side Publicity for the invite to join in with The Tree Beasts blog tour, the promotional materials and a copy of the ebook which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily
If you are an author looking to have a blog tour, I can not recommend Sarah enough for your blog tour needs. You can get in touch with Sarah by the following links.