Typically I don’t link to reviews of my work any longer; I appreciate every review, but I just don’t read them anymore. However, Nev Murray, proprietor of Confessions of a Reviewer, wrote such a detailed review of Beneath the Ziggurat that I have to link to it:
I’m a sucker for horror stories set way back in our past that include references to ancient evils that guard certain places or certain people and the oft talked about consequences of going against that evil.
That is exactly what you get in this tale. Add into the mix a little bit of eerie Lovecraftian style monsters and demons, and this story ticks all the boxes for me.
This is totally different from anything I have read from Mr Dubrow previously. His novels can be very in-depth, with huge back stories and complicated patchworks of interconnecting storylines that all merge into one for the finale.
You should definitely read the whole thing. And, once you’re done, pick up a copy of Beneath the Ziggurat. It’s inexpensive (free if you’re on Kindle Unlimited), entertaining, and includes an excerpt of my novella Dreadedin Chronicles: The Nameless City. Such a deal!