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by Jon Michael Kelley


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Well, that wasn’t exactly true. One girl seemed considerably less horrified than the other. Not for long, though, he thought. The worms would soon wipe away that smug look f her face.

Well, that wasn’t exactly true. He’d not bound their arms and legs; just taped their mouths shut. He wanted the pleasure of seeing them thrash. Seeing them flail like crickets in a toaster. Death was a damp, loamy smell. The light cast from the nearby porch cleaved to the peaty walls like the soggy skin of a ghost

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Jon Michael Kelly succeeded on all three levels. I will say, Kelley has an extensive vocabulary. Seraphim has an original premise and a lot of interesting ideas. It started out well, and I really wanted to like it, but the more I read the more it began to feel like a chore. He uses word like a scalpel, more than once I had to to tap my Kindle for a definition. The book keeps introducing new concepts and strange powers/events, all of which are interesting, but keeps most of them very shallow.

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Jon Michael Kelley proves to be a mature, intelligent new voice in horror right out of the gate.

Jon Michael Kelley proves to be a mature, intelligent new voice in horror right out of the gate. - Craig Saunders, author of The Love of the Dead and A Stranger's Grave. Written with the finesse of a pro, Seraphim is one hell of a frightening horror novel.

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Duncan McNeil is staring mistrustfully at a photograph of his daughter, Amy. She appears to be at or near her present age of ten, but the studio's dated stamp on the back indicates that the photo was taken nearly a year before her birth. More alarming, however, is the beautiful woman standing beside Amy, a woman with whom he had an affair in the periphery of his own new marriage, during the time Amy was conceived. And the fact that this photograph has been in his wife's possession for more than a decade is perhaps the most disturbing element of all. Duncan's wife Rachel doesn't know about his affair with this woman, but he will soon tell her. And upon that revelation they will begin a journey that will take them clear across the continent, from California to Massachusetts, then ultimately in the boundless, uncharted territory of the human collective. There, a devil is waiting; the penultimate personification of evil. And he goes by the name of Mr. Gamble. "Apocalyptic in the truest sense of the word, Jon Michael Kelley's Seraphim is a stunning thriller with the very fate of the world at stake. Beautifully written, with prose as lush as it is chilling, Kelley is part poet, part prophet, but a true master of fear, through and through. This is top notch stuff of highest caliber!"              -- Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of Flesh Eaters and Inheritance "Seraphim is a beautifully wrought tale of angels and demons that starts out strong and just gets better and better. A thoroughly enjoyable read. Jon Michael Kelley proves to be a mature, intelligent new voice in horror right out of the gate."              -- Craig Saunders, author of The Love of the Dead and A Stranger's Grave "Written with the finesse of a pro, Seraphim is one hell of a frightening horror novel. With bits of dark fantasy and humor mixed in, this one has it all! Hard to believe this is Jon Michael Kelley's first novel."               -- David Bernstein, author of Amongst the Dead and Tears of No Return "Today's Five STAR Jon Jonny M. Kelley Seraphim: I have been reviewing books for some time and every once in a while one stands out and grabs me by the throat; Dead in the Trunk by Craig Saunders was one, Shining in Crimson by Robert S. Wilson was another, Wishbone by Brooklyn Hudson, and now Seraphim will be on that list as well. "As a fist time novelist, Jon Michael Kelley knocked this one out of the park......all the way out. The characters are rich and full of detail, the story line is intelligent and original and the plot moves at a pace that you do not want to let go of once you are in the middle of it. Chris is an amazing character, and on the dark side, so is Gamble. The editing on this is outstanding as well. Way to go Jon and Pete. This one rocks."            -- Malina Roos, Only Five Star Book Reviews "The author did an outstanding job with character development, particularly with Duncan, and this book contained some of the sharpest and most natural dialog I've read in a while. The only reason I didn't give it five stars was the ending. Like a last-minute gift, it was wrapped up neatly but not elegantly."            -- Jane at Goodreads

Comments: (7)

Alsalar
Seraphim is darkly frightening fantasy with enough dry-wit and humor to keep you from Prophetic and poetic prose meets one heck of a horror story!being too chilled to the bone to turn the page. At times I wonder if this is sheer genius... or sheer madness! Even at the most complex and fantastical, this book kept my attention. At times, it did feel a bit "over my head" but I remained lost in the story and the world Kelley creates. Definitely a writer I'll remember and a story that will stick with me. It is reminiscent of early Koontz, with moments that reveal a truly disturbing nature to the story and some of the main players. Just enough reality helps set up a world you are familiar with, before the secrets revealed thrust you into an extremely unfamiliar realm. I found the realistically flawed characters helped to keep me grounded even in the most bizarre circumstances. Seraphim-- sleep with the lights on scary. Profound, timely, and complex. It's a tale that sticks with you... and makes you second guess every bump in the night.
Uanabimo
What is evil? Evil is the opposite of Good. What is good? that's where we get stuck in a loop. There is no good or evil - only opposites. It is our thoughts and when our thoughts start creating these horrific figures and then those figures come into existence wow! The human race, through thoughts, created the embodiment of pure evil, Mr. Gamble, the clone of the devil himself, and he wants his turn at the throne. The apocalypse is eminent. This world must come crashing down so that Mr. Gamble can create his own twisted version - this book was an experience for sure. I mean we have Seraphims, Demigods, Harpies, "Couriers", the Devil - what more can you ask for? But we also have reincarnation, God, psychics and religion. I found myself reading a certain paragraph, putting the book down and just really taking it in. As you turn each page you find yourself wondering what is going to happen next. What other type of good or evil will coat this page? It is about angels and demons, good and evil, rights and wrongs. It plunges headfirst into all the opposites - if you enjoy masterful reads this one is for you.
Yozshugore
Debut novel from the author, and self published too! I liked the blurb and even though I had many more famous, popular books to choose from, this one stood out as "next"

Very twisted, dark, gory, bizarre. I was compelled to finish because I wanted to know WTF was going on? The end of the world, angels, demons, time travel, grossly enlarged body parts, reincarnation, heaven, hell... I needed to know how it was going to end!

Overall I'm glad I read it and glad I took a chance on a freebie with (so far) only a few ratings.
Ydely
This novel has three levels. It starts out like classic horror, introduces some comedy, and adds alternative fantasy which had me gibbering with glee.

Jon Michael Kelly succeeded on all three levels.

I will say, Kelley has an extensive vocabulary. He uses word like a scalpel, more than once I had to to tap my Kindle for a definition.
Sennnel
Seraphim has an original premise and a lot of interesting ideas. It started out well, and I really wanted to like it, but the more I read the more it began to feel like a chore. The book keeps introducing new concepts and strange powers/events, all of which are interesting, but keeps most of them very shallow. What really kept me reading was a desire to understand these elements, but by the end of the book hardly any are explained or expanded. The explanations that do exist are mostly in the form of last-minute info dumps. I was also disappointed in some of the characters' reactions to the events-in particular the parents' calm acceptance of what happened to Amy early on (I won't go into detail to avoid a spoiler). Overall, I think the author has an incredible imagination and great concepts, but needs to narrow his focus and cover a few ideas in greater depth.
Thoginn
Finally a story about angels and how they might work to keep the balance of right and wrong. Appreciated the humor of the demon being looked at as a pet....just how blind we are at times!
luisRED
Jon Michael Kelley has created a complex and twisting labyrinth of darkness. Part horror story, part meditation on the nature of evil, this book will appeal to horror fans who enjoy an intellectual challenge.
I have never read a book quite like this one! Parts of the book I enjoyed and others not so much! The characters were interesting!
Seraphim download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Jon Michael Kelley
ISBN: 0615672957
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Evil Jester Press (July 25, 2012)
Pages: 334 pages