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The White Road A cutting edge thriller about one man s quest to discover horror lurking at the top of the worldDesperate to attract subscribers to his fledgling website, Journey to the Dark Side , ex adrenalin junkie and slacker Simon Newman hires someone to guide him through the notorious Cwm Pot caves, so that he can film the journey and put it on the internet With a tragic history, Cwm Pot has been off limits for decades, and unfortunately for Simon, the guide he s hired is as unpredictable and dangerous as the watery caverns that lurk beneath the earth After a brutal struggle for survival, Simon barely escapes with his life, but predictably, the gruesome footage he managed to collect down in the earth s bowels goes viral Ignoring the warning signs of mental trauma, and eager to capitalize on his new internet fame, Simon latches onto another escapade that has that magic click bait mix of danger and death a trip to Everest But up abovefeet, in the infamous Death Zone, he ll need than his dubious morals and wits to guide him, especially when he uncovers the truth behind a decade old tragedy a truth that means he might not be coming back alive A truth that will change him and anyone who views the footage he captures forever


About the Author: Sarah Lotz

Sarah Lotz is a screenwriter and novelist with a fondness for the macabre and fake names Among other things, she writes urban horror novels under the name S.L Grey with author Louis Greenberg a YA pulp fiction zombie series, Deadlands, with her daughter, Savannah, under the pseudonym Lily Herne and quirky erotica novels with authors Helen Moffett and Paige Nick under the name Helena S Paige She lives in Cape Town with her family and other animals.



10 thoughts on “The White Road

  1. says:

    3.5 STARS Thank you to Shotsmag for my paper copy for which I have given an honest review Who is the third who walks always beside you When I count, there are only you and I togetherBut when I look ahead up the white roadThere is always another one walking beside youGliding wrapt in a brown mantle, hoodedI do not know whether a man or a woman But who is that on the other side of you T.S Eliot, The Waste Land and Other PoemsS


  2. says:

    3.5 stars Who is the third who walks always beside youIf you ve read Sarah Lotz, you know that her books sometimes get a little off kilter in the best of ways This one goes a bit in the direction of, I guess the best way to describe it would be ghost story It has an eerie horror feel where you ll end up thinking is creeping up behind you Plus Lotz s usual atmospheric feel is present When Simon explores the caves, I felt like I was v


  3. says:

    We ll give it a three star rating, though I am reluctant to even give it that much.This is my first venture into the world of Sarah Lotz and her writing, which is important to note from the outset The story took me to new heights and offered some self examination in some chilly conditions, something that I presumed at the beginning of this reading journey would prove exciting Simon Newman is a thrill seeker of sorts Not only that, but he li


  4. says:

    I just love Sarah Lotz I ve loved them all even the often maligned Day Four.I loved this whilst being inordinately disturbed by it you know those times where you read something or watch something and it plays on your mind for days even weeks afterwards, leaving you feeling slightly perturbed for no reason you can put your finger on I m a fan of books that do that means they really have gotten under your skin Who is the third who walks always beside


  5. says:

    This wasn t terrible, but certain parts were fucking annoying For one, the entire cast is garbage All throwaways Nobody you haven t read about a million times In fact, these people are so generic the main character, Simon or Si , thinks of them as Depressed Harry Potter and Hannibal Lecter, or other famous people The cast Nothing to see here.The plot is all over the place You start out the book with a prologue that lasts 20% of the whole book I thought the


  6. says:

    4 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum ve always held a bit of a fascination for mountaineering stories, which is really ironic considering my deathly fear of heights Certainly I ve never harbored any desires to scale anythingextreme than a steep hill, which is why when I first picked up Sarah Lotz s latest novel about death and danger on Everest, I thought there would be little chance of her ruining mountain climbing for me the way she put me off fr 4 of 5 stars at Th


  7. says:

    Simon Newman is described as an adrenaline junkie in the blurb, but really he sof a drifter who lets himself be persuaded into risky stunts by his best mate Thierry The two of them run a website, Journey to the Dark Side , a pre clickbait era geek forum which has attained moderate popularity due to Simon and Thierry s penchant for adding their own commentary to creepy video footage Due to being the fitter of the two and possessing some climbing experience, Simon tends to


  8. says:

    Survival horror man I freaking love it.Simon Newman is a digital content creator and semi retired climber who runs a website with roommate Thierry And what will pull inviews than dead bodies preserved in a cave Ignoring logic, sensitivity, and safety, Simon journeys into a closed cave system with a mysterious stranger named Ed Flooded passageways, incredibly tight squeezes, and yes, dead bodies CWM Pot has it all, even a brush with death that will shake Simon to the core.His surv


  9. says:

    Review from Tenacious Reader White Road will creep under your skin, fill your mind with all the ghastly things and make you leery of participating in activities like, oh, let s say caving or mountain climbing I was totally going to go climb Everest next year, really Never mind that I have a bum knee, a bum ankle, and maybe I m scared of heights and also am a wimp, maybe I could have considered it anyway But nope Not now None of myrational r Review from Tenacious Reader White Road will cr


  10. says:

    This is the first book I ve read by Sarah Lotz, plus it s the first I ve read to do with natural, mountainess horror and I have to say I really enjoyed it It instantly pulls you into the story, and the writing and setting instantly creates such an atmospheric, creepy and chilling feeling.You do have to suspend belief for this novel A man going down to do some caving is plausible, but the idea that Simon could climb Mount Everest after no professional training is just not believable This didn Thi


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