Rule 14

Rule Drifting from one failed relationship and apartment to another down on her luck protagonist Dana Vilner decides a peaceful home in the country is exactly what she needs to turn things around So alon

  • Title: Rule 14
  • Author: William Blackwell
  • ISBN: 9781938701894
  • Page: 170
  • Format: ebook
  • Drifting from one failed relationship and apartment to another, down on her luck protagonist Dana Vilner decides a peaceful home in the country is exactly what she needs to turn things around.So, along with boyfriend Jackson LaPrairie, she packs up her two young daughters and rents what appears to be a paradise on Earth.But it isn t long before terrible things start happenDrifting from one failed relationship and apartment to another, down on her luck protagonist Dana Vilner decides a peaceful home in the country is exactly what she needs to turn things around.So, along with boyfriend Jackson LaPrairie, she packs up her two young daughters and rents what appears to be a paradise on Earth.But it isn t long before terrible things start happening the landlord s son begins stalking and threatening them, the landlords begin behaving oddly and aggressively and events escalate to the point they fear for their lives and their sanity.Paradise rapidly transforms into a living hell.As events spiral out of control and the harassment ratchets up, Dana knows it s only a matter of time before someone becomes seriously injured or winds up dead.A chilling exploration of the fight or flight response, Rule 14 ushers you deep inside the demented minds of those who process information through a twisted and psychotic lens.

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    About “William Blackwell

    • William Blackwell

      William Blackwell studied journalism at Calgary s Mount Royal University and English literature at Vancouver s University of British Columbia.He worked as a print journalist for many years before becoming an author.Currently living on an acreage in Prince Edward Island, Blackwell loves to travel and write fiction.He s written many titles including Brainstorm, Nightmare s Edge, Phantom Rage , Orgon Conclusion, Assaulted Souls, Poison Rage, Infected Rage, Rule 14, Resurrection Point, Black Dawn, The End Is Nigh, Freaky Franky, Assaulted Souls II, Assaulted Souls III, The Strap, Blood Curse, A Head for an Eye, Black Dawn, The End Is Nigh and Freaky Franky.To learn about Blackwell s work and read the musings of a meandering mind, please visit his website wblackwellTwitter wblackwell333Thanks for stopping by.



    637 thoughts on “Rule 14

    • Wow That is the first thing that came to mind all through this psychological thriller The premise of the book is how we react when under duress of the fight or flight response Dana and her boyfriend Jackson decide that they want to get out of the dump that they are currently living in, with a not too friendly landlady They find what they think is a paradise in the country, where they will both be able to work on their businesses of carpentry for Jackson, and airbrushing on motorcycles etc for Da [...]



    • Drifting from one failed relationship and apartment to another, down on her luck protagonist Dana Vilner decides a peaceful home in the country is exactly what she needs to turn things around.So, along with boyfriend Jackson LaPrairie, she packs up her two young daughters and rents what appears to be a paradise on Earth.But it isn t long before terrible things start happening the landlord s son begins stalking and threatening them, the landlords begin behaving oddly and aggressively and events e [...]


    • Before I write my review, I feel I should state that I know the author personally In fact he has encouraged me to start writing and hopefully in due course you may see my first novel on these pages.Rule 14 is a short book, but a compelling one I read it in about a day, so it is definitely a page turner.I must disagree with the reviewer who found she couldn t sympathise with the protagonists I found their plight only too real, in as much as they were stuck in an ever escalating crisis from which [...]


    • Only made it about two thirds of the way in The protagonists, the ones you re supposed to at least sympathize with, quickly become unreasonable and extremely unlikeable Less than a week after moving in they start showing clear signs of mental instability and anger issues Yes, the landlords are crazy and aweful, but they instigate situations in ways any sane person would look at as a bad idea The author should have allowed time to pass to make it Crazy landlords and less A bunch of crazy people [...]


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