Skip to content

Book Review – “Anon” by Peter Giglio

September 2, 2013

AnonHello ladies and gentlemen! Welcome to the Casa! I have been promising this for a while now, and I aim to deliver. Today, I present to you a review of Peter Giglio’s “Anon”. I hope you enjoy.

Have you ever lost someone you loved? Did your life feel like a shell of what might have been? What if you were offered and opportunity and the power to get that person back, would you take up that opportunity no matter the cost? Rory Ellison lost the love of his life in a moment he regrets and has wanted another chance with her more than anything else. When he is given the means and opportunity for the reunion by his company’s Executive Director of Operations, he accepts. The offer doesn’t come without a price, however. Anon, the company granting him the ability to make his desire come true, wants the woman’s daughter and the ability she possesses. Death and destruction of a family ensue.

I liked this book quite a bit. The plan used is methodical and, even without the magic, something that is believable. There were a couple of spots where it felt a little more difficult to follow, but outside of them it had a good flow. This story is a mixture of psychological and supernatural horror and the company, Anon, makes me think of Wolfram & Hart in the Angel television series. I found the ending to fit and leave the reader wanting to continue into the next book. I give it a rating of a 4 out of 5. Check it out when you want a good rainy day story.  The book is available via Amazon.

The Masters of Macabre contest is now available for your perusal in both audio and text formats. Check out some great stories from yours truly, Rish Outfield, and Rick Kitagawa and then vote for your favorite. The author with the most votes will be the 2013 Master of Macabre and one lucky fan will win a prize package from the authors and Vote now and spread the word near and far.

As always, if you want to leave a comment, please do so below.  Let me know your opinion  and feel free to share mine with your friends, family, and yes, even your enemies.  I’m on FacebookTwitterGoogle +, and via e-mail at  And check out my stories in the “Darwin Murders” and “Bump Off Your Enemies” anthologies available through

And remember… Why so serious?

Donald P.

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: