Follow him was gifted to me in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Book: follow him
Author: Craig Stewart
Publication date: 4th October 2019
True love doesn’t die – it devours. Just outside the sleepy town of Dreury, a mysterious cult known as The Shared Heart has planted its stakes. Its followers are numerous. More join every day. Those who are lost and suffering seem to be drawn to it; a home for the broken. When Jacob finds himself in need of such a home, he abandons his dead name and gives himself over to the will of The Great Collector. However, love refuses to let Jacob go so easily; his ex-fiancé, Nina, kidnaps him in the hopes that he can be deprogrammed. As she attempts to return Jacob to the life they once had, a terrible fear creeps in: what if there isn’t enough of her Jacob left? When The Great Collector learns of his missing follower, the true nature of The Shared Heart is unleashed. Nina discovers what Jacob already knows: that hidden behind the warm songs and soaring bonfires is a terrifying and ancient secret; one that lives and breathes and hungers. And it’s coming for them.
Going into this story I actually had no clue what this was about because I signed up for this tour ages ago. I honestly didn’t have the foggiest idea on what this was but starting this book I was immersed with the story and couldn’t stop reading.
Follow him is a really descriptive and immersive story that truly will suck you into this story. We follow Jacob our main character and seems to be dealing with a lot and running away from his problems. It is definitely a very intriguing narrative because he was a member of a cult and seeing his thoughts and opinions on what is going on.
I really enjoyed this novel and can’t wait to read more from this author.
About the Author
Craig Stewart is a Canadian author and filmmaker who learned how to count from the rhyme, “One, two, Freddy’s coming for you.”
He’s a creator and connoisseur of everything horror; never afraid to delve into the dark, and then a little further. His written works include short stories, film scripts, articles, and most recently, a novel.
He has also written and directed several short horror films that have enjoyed screenings across North America.