Scream All Night by Derek Milman

scream all nightHappy Thursday Night Owls! You guys are in for a treat today because I’m finally sharing my review of Scream All Night by Derek Milman. He was kind enough to send me a copy of his debut novel, and I’m so happy he did because I loved this book so much. It also happens to be released on my birthday, which is July 24th. You guys should pick it up on its release date because you’ll love it. 4.5/5 stars from me!

In this novel, we follow Dario Hayward, whose family runs Moldavia Studio. Moldavia was a studio responsible for many cult-classic B-level horror movies. It’s also a castle so it makes sense that horror movies are made there. Dario has come back to Moldavia because his brother, Oren, invited him for a special ceremony honoring their father and his first film. Dario promised himself that he would never return to the studio. He would also have to face his first love, Hayley. This all changes when Dario has been offered the studio in his father’s will.

I loved this book so much! In the beginning it was a little slow, but by the fourth chapter it really picked up. Dario was interesting character to read, but Hayley had to be my favorite character. So Derek, if you’re reading this, please give us more Hayley. Whether it’s a statement, novella, or a sequel, please give us more Hayley.

Night Owls, if you love horror movies, sarcasm, and creepy movie studios this is your book. On July 24th, go out to your local bookstore and buy yourself a copy. This book is perfect to read during a summer storm. You could also save it for October in preparation for halloween.

Happy Reading!


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