Experiment 26: Science Meets Madness – Meet DR Albert Strom, he enjoys long walks on the beach, deep and meaningful discussion’s, and he also likes the idea of taking an average human being and turning them into a vicious killing machine. After twenty five attempts at creating a murder machine, the good doctor decides to give it one last try and with a set of fresh subjects, he is determined to make his dream a reality. There is no such thing as madness when in pursuit of a scientific goal now, is there?-Goodreads Synopsis
Experiment 26 Review
Basically, here’s how I feel about this poor excuse for a story. I wasted my time reading it. I’m not going to waste MORE of my time giving it a good, thorough review. So, I’ll just leave it with this:
There are certain things one should be able to expect when they’ve downloaded a book to start reading. First and foremost is that the book has been edited. This book, clearly, has not. The 30 pages were riddled with errors that would have been caught by anyone with an objective eye.
Second is that that the story will actually have an ending, and not just a sequel baiting “To Be Continued”. This book had nothing even close to resembling an ending. It was just a blatant cliff-hanger.
It also depends way, way too heavily on one of the typical horror pillars of gratuitous mentions of male and female anatomy and sexual urges/reactions.
Can’t recommend. At all. Pretty sure the only reason I’m giving it even one star is because of the retro-cool cover.
Title: Experiment 26: Science Meet Madness | Author: David Gallie | Publisher: Self-published | Pub. Date: 2016-1-5 | Pages: 30 | ASIN: B01A9FTVTG | Genre: Horror | Language: English | Triggers: Abduction | Rating: 1 out of 5 | Date Read: 2016-1-16 | Source: Kindle Promo | Available on Kindle Unlimited? Yes.
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