Black Heart Boy's Choir review

Great art demands sacrifice.
Lucien Beaumont is a teenage misfit and musical prodigy ostracized by his peers and haunted by familial tragedy. When he discovers an unfinished song composed by his dead father—a song that holds terrible power—Lucien becomes obsessed. As he chases after the secret nature of his father’s music, the line between gruesome fantasy and real life violence begins to blur.
To complete his father’s work Lucien believes that he and his group of outcast friends must appease a demonic force trapped within the music with increasingly sadistic offerings. As things spiral out of control he finds that the cost of his art will be the lives of everyone around him, and perhaps his very soul.

About The Author

Curtis M. Lawson is a writer of unapologetically weird, dark fiction and poetry. His work includes Black Heart Boys’ Choir, It’s a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, and The Devoured.
Curtis is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association, and the organizer of the Wyrd live horror reading series. He lives in Salem, MA with his wife and their son. When he is not writing, Curtis enjoys tabletop RPGs, underground music, playing guitar, and the ocean

My Thoughts

I had to DNF this. Now don’t get me wrong, the book is brilliant! Is well written and have an awesome plot, horror made with music. I just couldn’t handle it my self. If you like books with horror, gruesome killings and devil talks then this is the book for you! like I say the book is not bad, I just couldn’t handle it. it was a little too much for me.

13 thoughts on “Black Heart Boy's Choir review

    1. You have a solid book here. I’m not denying that. It’s supper intriguing. This time might not be good but I’ll probably give it another chance later on.

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