Book Review: Flash Virus, Episode One – by Steve Vernon

Flash Virus, Episode OneBook: Flash Virus: Episode One
Author: Steve Vernon
Publisher: Stark Raven Press
Date: October 20, 2012 (second edition)
Genre: YA (young adult)
Pages: 56; not a paper book
Price: $0.00 (Kindle)
My Rating: strange, wonderful read; not only for young adults

 If you have never read any of Steve Vernon‘s work, what can I say? Steve writes with such abandonment that it is a rollercoaster ride experience when reading his books, blog posts, anything. His imagination takes the reader to places most wouldn’t even think to put on paper. 🙂 Mostly in a good way.

In the first episode of Flash Virus, a school is visited by strange … people? … who gift all the students with cell phones. The cell phones seem to cast some kind of spell over anyone answering the ringtone “here comes Santa Claus”, and it just gets more bizarre from there. There is an attempt at takeover, the expected teenage rebellion, and more. To be honest, I didn’t want to stop reading till the end, and the end came too soon!

Flash Virus: Episode One is amusing, strange, entertaining, and keeps the reader interested. The problem – when you want to keep reading – is this is only the beginning, but Steve Vernon has made following episodes available at very low prices on Amazon.

Flash Virus: Episode One is a good, safe, book for middle-grade readers and up. And Please forgive my overuse of the word ‘strange’, I meant it in a good way. 😉

Steve Vernon loves to write and share his work. You can find Flash Virus episodes on Amazon at very low prices, starting with FREE for episode one.

You can find Flash Virus: Episode One listed on my BUY THE BOOK! page.

If you want to check out another of Steve’s books you can read my review here, and also enjoy our interview here.

Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings!  🙂



2 responses to “Book Review: Flash Virus, Episode One – by Steve Vernon

  1. Cool! 😀 It sounds like a creepy plot!


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