Friends often recommend novels to me, telling me, “you won’t be able to put this one down.” I guess I have a short attention span because I usually have no trouble putting any book aside.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (and killed everyone)

Friends often recommend novels to me, telling me, “you won’t be able to put this one down.” I guess I have a short attention span because I usually have no trouble putting any book aside.

The Loon is an exception.

With short chapters that punch the reader right in the face, this book feels like going up against a prizefighter. The action spins up and away, unchecked. I kept asking myself, where is Mr. Collings going to take it from here? He always answered with a new spin, a new twist, or a new whack over the head.

The Loon is downright scary. If you enjoy stories that cause you to check over your shoulder for strangers, if you enjoy the sense of a chill coursing up your spine every time you hear an unexpected noise while reading, this is the book for you.

The Loon feels like Koontz writes One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

For a scary, fun, action packed read, don’t miss The Loon by Michaelbrent Collings.

-Craig Nybo

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2 Responses to “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (and killed everyone)”

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    • Craig Nybo says:

      Thanks for replying. It’s always a pleasure to hear from readers. Yes, of course you can post links to the content on my blog. I would rather you didn’t copy and paste it to your site. Good luck on your writing.

      —clnyb

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