Book Review: Kai by Derek Vasconi

Kai Book Cover

(Caveat: We received an Advance Reader Copy of Derek Vasconi’s forthcoming horror novel, Kai, in return for an honest review.)

Derek Vasconi’s Japanese-inspired horror novel Kai was a delight to read. The author’s intricate plot gives the reader a slow build to its simmering climax and his attention to detail shows a true love of Japanese culture.  He’s woven a tale of two disparate girls, Seul-Bi, an orphaned Korean girl in Chicago and Satsuki, a despondent teenager in Hiroshima.  His imagery is vivid and he pulls no punches. Fans of Japanese horror would do well to give Kai a chance.

Kai is scheduled for publication on January 6th, 2016. You can check out more reviews on Derek’s Goodreads page at:

We hope you’ll give it a read. Happy New Year!

Anne, Nancy, and Eric

About Litzophreniacs3

The Litzophreniacs3 is a trio of authors collaboratively writing science fiction, horror and paranormal thrillers. Their literary offerings are available on Amazon Kindle Publishing under the pen name Renna Olsen.
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