Book Review - Housebroken

Housebroken - The Behrg

Housebroken is an action packed horror thriller about a family who are held hostage in their own home, and much, much more!

I found this book so hard to put down, eager to find out what was going to happen next. It was tense, very tense, scary, sometimes terrifying, occasionally graphic and most certainly claustrophobic at times. While my own mind was desperate to get out of this book, my hands refused to let go of my Kindle.

You know that on edge feeling that horror films in the 80s and 90s used to give you, when you’re left with a feeling that it’s not quite over yet. This book has left me with that feeling. I've been feeling on edge since finishing this book yesterday morning, and keep jumping when I hear unexpected sounds inside or outside my house.

Just be careful how you treat someone who tries to sell you something on your doorstep. The last person to try sell me something at my door was a dodgy bloke pretending to be ex-military selling for a military charity. I got suspicious when I mentioned my own husband is in the military, and he went quiet. Upon looking up the supposed charity online, they do not have injured ex-soldiers selling on doorsteps. I am so glad I read this book after that and not before. I honestly think that the next time someone tries to sell me something on my doorstep, I may go into a state of panic!

I would like to thank Booklover Catlady Publicity for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, and wish the author great success with this book.