Jason’s Starr’s “Panic Attack” is great! The voices! It feels like the author was really hanging out with each of the characters. This novel points at two things: You can’t be completely safe in your own home! And…do NOT post too much of your personal info on Facebook and such, if you don’t want to become a target for psychos.
Starr’s “Lights Out” is a roller coaster. Makes you think–again, just like in his “Hard Feelings”–that a person can’t even know what’s inside of him, what he’s capable of doing under stress or extreme pressure.
Both novels have a very unexpected ending. I get the impression that Starr doesn’t try to please his readers by meeting their expectations, or he doesn’t even care what their reactions/opinions will be. Which is certainly admirable.
Starr’s “The Pack” grabbed my interest from the first page to the last one. I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. I’d never been a fan of any supernatural elements in fiction–until this book! It starts with a pretty common problem (Simon’s predicament at work) and then it gradually escalates into something weird and you keep guessing and then…wow. Wow!!! But…I can’t tell you what it’s all about without ruining the suspense. I started reading the sequel today, “The Cravings,” and it’s good! Highly recommend!
I’ll be happy to discuss Starr’s books with you. Thank you.