Maybe it's premature, but I thought I'd copy a few things here.
Craig DiLouie, he of The Infection
and The Killing Floor
, said "Picture LOST
in an apartment building with a cast of ordinary people, some comedy, plenty of charm, and the stakes being the end of the world, and you'd come close to capturing what makes 14
by Peter Clines tick."
Justin Gaines, one of Amazon's top 500 reviewers
, said " 14
reads like a modern appreciation of several classic themes and writers, from Stephen King to Richard Matheson to H.P. Lovecraft to, well, Scooby Doo (hey, it works). It starts out like a haunted house/whodunit type story, where you're suspicious of every tenant Nate encounters, but soon takes a turn that brings to mind King's From a Buick 8
. After that, things get really interesting!"
And Evan Roy from Bricks of the Dead
says ""A wholly original story that weaves together mystery and the apocalypse like a finely tuned band."
I will share more, and would love to hear anyone else's thoughts (good or bad) but you all know me...
If you post spoilers, I will find you, and I will kill you.