Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Solomon Creed Blog Tour

Solomon Creed
WHO IS SOLOMON CREED? The first in an electrifying new high concept series from Sunday Times bestselling author, Simon Toyne.

A plane crash in the Arizona desert. An explosion that sets the world on fire. A damning pact to hide an appalling secret. And one man bound to expose the truth. He is Solomon Creed. No one knows what he is capable of.
Not even him.
When Solomon Creed flees the burning wreckage of a plane in the Arizona desert, seconds before an explosion sets the world alight, he is acting on instinct alone. He has no memory of his past, and no idea what his future holds. Running towards a nearby town, one name fires in his mind – James Coronado. Somehow, Solomon knows he must save this man. But how do you save a man who is already dead?



Clare's Review 5 of 5 stars



This is the first book I have read in a while that I just could not put down! Solomon Creed is like a combination of horror and creepy, with some supernatural and lots of thriller elements. I read this book in only a couple of days because it was so addictive, Creed is one big mystery just waiting to be explored. A man with amnesia, he has no idea about his past or his future, the only thing he knows is he needs to find a man, a man who will die if he doesn't get there soon. A truly thrilling read, with lots of twists and turns to keep anyone intrigued for the entire book, Creed for me was a wonderfully written story and I can't wait for the next installment!





Claire's Review 4 of 5 Stars


This book is about a man called Solomon Creed, who emerges from a plane wreckage with no memory of who he is except that he knows he must save a man, except that man is already dead.

This book was very well written and you are drawn into the story wanting to know exactly who is Solomon Creed. This is a fast-paced story, with a Jack Reacher feel to it...Action, suspense and even a bit of supernatural thrown into the mix. The short chapters were great and helped to keep my attention.

I must also mention how aesthetically pleasing the look of the paperback was. With black edges to the pages, it was very different and would definitely grab my attention in a book store.





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