"[It's] intense... Make no mistake about it, Greene has an infectious style, paints a vivid picture and manages to lure in the reading audience from the initial paragraphs until the final bone chilling conclusion." (Dave Gammon, HorrorNews.net)
"Masterfully written. Each layer is carefully peeled away to reveal more terror, heightened tension, and unspeakable horror." (Sherrie Marshall Spitz, Amazon Review)
"...a perfect combination of American Horror Story and Stranger Things." (Brittany Abbott, Goodreads Review)
"Absolutely fantastic! This is probably [Jordon's] best work yet ... [It's] worth any potential nightmares." (David Kummer, Author of Until We Burn)
"All I can say [is] WOW, WHAT A RIDE!" (Stacey Nagy, Goodreads)
"The Reserve will keep you up at night..." (Sandra Farley, Amazon)
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
SOME PLACES WERE MEANT TO BE FORGOTTEN
Cooper Bay has dreamed his whole life of acting. So when his brother Nick surprises him with a leading role in a B-horror movie, Cooper can't say no.
The only catch is the team's filming location is off-limits to the public. Yet, that doesn't sway film director, Luca Sanchez. He's set on trespassing North Brother Island, an abandoned isle in the middle of New York City set aside as an avian reserve for a bird that no longer graces its shores.
Ready to make a movie, Cooper and his new film mates cross the East River to shoot their scenes among the restricted island's decaying ruins. But a day into production fellow actor, Riley Cannon, goes missing, leaving only a smear of blood on a nearby tree.
Cooper swears he heard something in the woods before Riley went missing, but no one believes him. Once the screams begin to rise, Cooper wishes he had never signed up for this real life horror story.