Thursday, November 3, 2016

Artemis by Chris Snider

Artemis
by Chris Snider

My rating: 4 stars

Publication Date: September 18, 2016
Publisher: Chris Snider
Genre: Horror
Print Length: 160 pages
Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble
 
Have you ever wanted an animal abuser to pay?

Professor Joseph Art finds himself able to make this happen. After being betrayed by the business tycoon who funded his research, he is gunned down in cold blood. However, the toxic chemicals and animal DNA he works with turns him into something more. He now walks the earth half-human and half-animal, with the ability to communicate telepathically with his inhuman brethren. Taking on the name of the ancient Greek goddess Artemis, he punishes those who bring harm to his children while plotting revenge against the man who stole his life. Can his sister keep him from completely giving in to his carnal instincts and remember his human side? Will he remember his humanity and fight the evil that walks the streets, including a serial killer with over 80 deaths to his name? Journey to Nesting Ground City and find out.

Revenge, thy name is ARTEMIS.  

 
Artemis by Chris Snider

ArtemisCouldn’t have said it better myself, ”Revenge, thy name is ARTEMIS.” Chris Snider takes horror and deftly intertwines it into a twisted tale that will actually have animal lovers cheering!
Joseph Art was betrayed by the powerful money machines of big business when he lost his scientific funding, they then punished his ire with a cold-blooded, killing bullet. A man of science, working with both chemicals and animal DNA, Joseph came back from the dead, changed, unique and powerful. He became the voice of animals everywhere, able to communicate with them, protect them and exact revenge for all the wrongs that have been done to them by humans. No longer are humans the top of the chain and no longer will their sins be brushed aside.

Is it possible that the half-man, half-beast will lose his humanity altogether or will the one person who believes in him give him the purpose he needs to do good?

Move over Batman, Artemis is here and on the job! Once again, Chris Snider has kept me on the edge of my seat as each page uncovered a little more depth, a little more story and a whole lot of atmosphere! Is Artemis truly a monster or a victim of the monsters humans can become? This is a quick read, but hey, anyone who champions for animals is okay in my book, fangs or not!

I received this copy from Chris Snider in exchange for my honest review.


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