Review: “Dead Camp 3” by Sean Kerr

TITLE: Dead Camp 3
AUTHOR: Sean Kerr
SERIES: Dead Camp
PUBLISHER: Extasy Books
COVER ARTIST: Latrisha Waters
GENRE: Paranormal
LENGTH: 272 pages
RELEASE DATE: October 14, 2016
PRICE: $4.99 –e-book


As Wewelsburg Castle burns, Eli carries Isaiah to safety. So much is lost, Malachi is gone, the Demon from Eli’s terrible past is reborn into the world already at war, and to make matters worse, Gideon is back. Yet, before Eli can even reach the sanctuary of his home, he learns a painful truth about Gideon, the truth of why he left him, and Eli can barely hold onto his own sanity. Eli quickly understands that not everything in life, or death, is black and white, and sometimes to protect the ones we love, we have to make the greatest sacrifice of all.

Warning: This is the third book of a series and should not be read as a standalone. You will be so confused if you try. Also, this is not for the light hearted, If you are sensitive to religion, the holocaust or any major history in between, you may want to think twice. This author does not hold back and is very detail oriented. With that being said, books 1 & 2 really let me get to know the characters. Some I have loved and others, not so much. I really thought they were incredibly written, BUT I understand now that they were just the setting of what was to come. They were more of the present. But to understand the present, you must know the past, and there is so much to learn. So hold onto your britches, bring your box of tissues and welcome to a journey unlike anything you’ve ever read before.

Sean Kerr has decided to rip my heart out and stomp all over it. Every time I thought I knew whats was going on, he proved I knew nothing of the sort. Nothing is as it seems. Questions I’ve had are being answered all at once, and all the pieces to the puzzle are fitting together.

To watch Malachi walk away from Eli was heartbreaking. I know some of you have had your doubts about this sexy vampire and don’t like him much. I understand but wait until you go into the past and learn the truths about this mear vampire (wrong again). Then who shows up? Low and behold, it’s Gideon. Gideon takes us to the past, and we learn why he has done what he had to. We are taken back to Christ and learn the truth. We learn of a fallen angel, a father’s betrayal and the sacrifices we make for love. Nothing is black and white as the author has said. When Eli is holding Gideon in his arms, I went through a whole box of tissues. I don’t want to say too much because I want you to go through the intense emotions that I have had to endure. Yes, I’m evil that way but not as evil as this author. I mean, really, Ethan. What the hell? Did not see that coming. And what’s up with Adam and Eve walking the earth again? One war ends, so why start another?

I know it seems I’m asking a lot of questions, but it is just my way of telling you to go and get these books to get these answered. This author is unlike any other, and you won’t want to put them down. Go on this intense, historical, emotional and sexy as hell adventure that is epic.

***I would like to thank the author for the privilege and opportunity of reading this ARC.  My review is an honest opinion of the book***


One thought on “Review: “Dead Camp 3” by Sean Kerr

  1. sean kerr September 24, 2017 / 1:33 pm

    OMG! Now you have made me cry! Thank you so so much for this stunning review. DC3 was a rollercoaster to write, and i nearly chickened out because i knew it would be controversial, but i’m so glad i stuck to my guns! and i still can’t read the end without crying my eyes out lol! thank you for this stunning review and your beautiful words xxxxx


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