Rushed: All Fun and Games (Volume 6)

The sixth book in the Rushed series finds Eric facing some of his greatest fears when his wife, Karen, drags him to an eight-year-old child’s birthday party at the circus-themed family entertainment center called Bellylaugh Playland. Almost immediately, he discovers something horrifyingly amiss with the building and is hurled into a life-or-death race against the clock to save everyone from an ancient, slumbering evil. The ghostly children and temperamental décor he thinks he can handle. It’s the clowns that are really freaking him out.

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3 Comments

  1. Started with a great idea, went nowhere. Over and over again. So I really loved the start of this book and the plot. It was very exciting. This guy Eric keeps having a dream and feels he needs to be somewhere. But as the story went on I began to get annoyed at how the Author kept saying Eric hates cell phones, didn’t want to use them, etc. And also every time Eric would remember something the author would remind us the he remembered it from his dream. Over and over. But we already know that. Him following his dream and remembering stuff from it is what…

  2. Great, suspenseful read I am really glad I found this download. I try to save my reading for when I have to kill time, like when I’m taking public transportation or waiting somewhere, but I couldn’t help but read this at home, too. At first I expected it to be like an Odd Thomas rip-off because of the protagonist’s urge to go somewhere even though he didn’t know where he was going. This was nothing like the Odd Thomas books at all. The journey itself was the focus of the story, more so than the destination, and what a…

  3. I’d give it no stars, but I can’t do that! The book started out ok IMO. But by the time I was half way through, I was bored stiff and couldn’t wait to finish it. I was very glad I hadn’t paid for it – not even $2, on my Kindle. 

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