Review Request: The Corridors of the Dead by Jonathan D Allen

Sounds like an interesting novel we have today, folks. To grab a copy for review, please leave your name and email address in the comments section so that Jonathan can contact you right away. Read the blurb and see what I mean. Happy Reading!

One Can Always Alter Their Destiny….

Long ago, a mysterious being known as The Lost Aetelia crafted an elaborate series of Watchtowers, along with their resident guardians, the Aetelia, to watch over the Universe. In time, they sent a select group of their own to Earth, tasked with watching over the fledging human race. This group used humanity to challenge the established structure of the Universe. A bitter war ensued, and these rebels, who had come to be known as Watchers, disappeared from history.

The time of the Aetelia – now known as angels – is returning. After a fateful night of violence, Artist Matty DiCamillo finds herself drawn into this world by a mysterious savior, who becomes a driving force in Matty’s new life.

Both driven by and fighting the words of prophecy that lay out her destiny, Matty, her lover Kristy, and her best friend Daniel, follow this mysterious savior on a journey from Northern California to Las Vegas on a path that crosses through the boundaries of time and space.

As Matty struggles to understand her destiny, she discovers that her savior may not be what she seems, and that even the denizens of this twilight world have no idea what lurks behind the stage dressing of reality. Matty finds herself not only racing to rescue the woman she loves, but learning that she herself could be the cause of the Universe’s day of reckoning.

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  1. Kathy Schneider

  2. sounds interesting, I am interested, if available in a physical copy? :)


  3. Thank you both! I sent you both emails. For others that might be interested, I have sample chapters available at

  4. I would love to read and review this book! Any chance there are paperbacks available?

  5. Hi Allizabeth, there sure are print copies available. Just sent you an email. Thanks!

  6. The book sounds interesting! And I am interested to do the review. And yeah, hard copy preferably?

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  7. I'd be interested if you can send a print copy.

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  8. Chris King

    Yes Please!

  9. sound quite interesting

  10. wanna! if this is still on, here's my add: Thanks!


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