Catacomb: An Asylum Novel – Madeleine Roux

Book 3 in the Asylum series, this installment was as enjoyable as the first two. You can find my review of Asylum here: https://booksandopinions.com/2015/03/01/asylum-madeleine-roux/

My review of Sanctum can be seen here: https://booksandopinions.com/2015/03/10/sanctum-madeleine-roux/

I apologize for the links not working as they normally do; I need to investigate why my website is having a bad day.

Catacomb cover image

This story picked up with Dan, Abby, and Jordan making one last summer trip before they all head their separate ways for college. It seems as if once again, the troubles they found at Brookline are still following them and not ready to let them live in peace.

If you haven’t read these stories yet, I think they are a great story that is easy to read with lots of action, suspense, and some pretty creepy photographs scattered throughout.

I would love to hear what you thought of any (or all) of them if you have had the chance to read them!

One thought on “Catacomb: An Asylum Novel – Madeleine Roux

  1. SciFi and Scary September 20, 2015 / 8:42 pm

    What’s the page count like on these stories? (I love page counts, helps me figure out when I’m going to read something according to the time I have free.)

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