Monday, March 26, 2012

Book Review: Best Seller by Timothy B. Sagges

A chilling , twisted story unfolds in Best Seller by Timothy B. Sagges.

Writer Richard Rossi has long dreamed of getting his manuscript published. When his next door neighbor says she can show it to someone she knows, he's more than thrilled. Richard soon signs a contract to see the book published--with a few changes.

Publisher Seth Volos sure seems to know what he's doing. Soon Richard's book hits the top of every bestsellers list in America. He travels the country promoting it, until he begins to notice a horrifying pattern develop amongst his fans. Sometimes obtaining your dreams comes with unexpected consequences.

With Best Seller, director and playwright Timothy B. Sagges delivers a horrifying thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat. A masterfully told story blends together with carefully crafted characters to provide a page-turning read you won't be able to put down. The ending is surprising and superbly handled. Stephen King fans would enjoy this one. I look forward to more from this talented author.

Title:  Best Seller
Author: Timothy B. Sagges
Paperback: 326 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (February 13, 2011)
ISBN-10: 1456478192
ISBN-13: 978-1456478193
SRP:  $14.99

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I received a free paperback copy of this book from the author's representative in exchange for my honest opinion. I received no monetary compensation to provide this review.

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Tribute Books said...

Cheryl, thanks for the Stephen King comparison - I know Tim will appreciate that. And best of luck with all of your reading challenges! :)

Cheryl said...

Thanks for stopping by, Nicole. I instantly thought of King's work when reading Tim's book. Hope to see something new from him soon.