Corn Bred by Jimmy Pudge

Corn Bred is a 99¢ novella on the Kindle. Here’s the synopsis:

Joshua Horn has always had problems with sleepwalking but lately things have gotten worse. Now he’s waking up in the morning with blood on his hands. Concerned, his fiancé Amanda suggests Joshua sees a psychiatrist.

The request seems innocent enough, but Joshua’s alter ego, Corn Bred, doesn’t seem to think so. In fact, Corn Bred sees this as a threat to his very existence and isn’t going stand by and let some woman destroy him.

Determined to keep Joshua from seeking professional help, Corn Bred decides to kidnap Amanda and play a ruthless game. Now Joshua is in a race with himself to save the woman he loves.

Can he save her before he kills her?

Corn Bred is a book with a serious set of pros and cons with a price point that ultimatley tips it into the recommended category.

Pros – The books pace really works in its favor. The action comes quick and there is a strong sense that anything can happen and no one is safe. Which is exactly the tone you want for this type of story.

Cons – The formatting was atrocious, it needed one more serious round of edits to get typos and grammatical mistakes out. This is also a very violent book with strong language which might put off some readers.

Author: Brian Lindenmuth

Former non-fiction of Spinetingler Magazine and fiction editor at Snubnose Press. Long time reviewer.

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