#Review: Hero Breaker, by Gage Mattson-Soule

Title: Hero BreakerHero Breaker
Author: Gage Mattson-Soule
Rating: 4/5 stars

“Six unusual misfits are charged to transport a questionable prisoner through the woods, but disaster strikes when they comes across a faceless malevolent faceless entity that causes them to lose their minds and cross each other resulting into one bloody battle to the death.” (description from Goodreads)


I really liked this story, until the last sentence. It just ends, leaving me with an incomplete feeling.

The story builds up some great suspense, interesting characters, then all hell breaks loose…which also added to my enjoyment. This author has a great story idea here, but I’m not sure about the way it “ended.” Still, overall, I liked it, even if there were too many swords coming out of and going in to “backsides.” I’m not sure if the author and I have the same definition of that word. But it made for a little humor, even if it wasn’t intended.


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One response to “#Review: Hero Breaker, by Gage Mattson-Soule

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