Tethered by Jonathan Pidduck

Published September 30, 2012 by amethystdragon64

TetheredTethered by Jonathan Pidduck

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this and thought it was even better then the first book in the series, The Wedding Feast.
Loved the characters and there was plenty of funny moments with a wonderful twist at the end that I did not see coming!
I highly recommend the book and at 79p, what a bargain! Looking forward to the next instalment Mr Pidduck!

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Amazon Synopsis:

Abigail awakes, naked and vulnerable, in pitch darkness. Her wrists and ankles have been manacled to the floor. One by one, her brutal, troll-like captors come to visit her. Time is short; she is to be the feast at their wedding. No-one else can rescue her. But can she save herself?

Elsewhere, three friends spring a young woman from her cage at an animal experimentation centre. Can they stay one step ahead of the government agent who is determined to recapture her? And was it wise for them to leave her alone in an old caravan in the woods whilst they went off for tea and biscuits with two frisky old-aged pensioners?

Fantasy horror and tongue-in-cheek British humour combine in this dark and tragic sequel to “The Wedding Feast” (a free copy of which is included).


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