Dark Star Confessions Of A Rock Idol (Rock Star Chronicles #1)
Everett Lester and his band, DeathStroke, ride the crest of a wave to superstardom. But the deeper they become immersed in fame, wealth, and power, the more likely they are to be swallowed alive by the drugs, alcohol, and discontentment that have become their only friends. Everett is headed down a perilous road of no apparent retur...more
I am now going to read Full Tilt and I am sure that this novel will be as good as, if not better than, Dark Star.
The story pursues the life of Everett and his entanglement with a psychic by the name of Madam Endora Crystal. Following her murder, Everett is put on trial as the main suspect. As it progresses, the story bounces back and forth between his past or pretrial rather, and the ongoing murder trial.
I was first introduced to Everett Lester in Sky zone. I must admit, I fell for him there. There are ...more
Everett ostensibly had everything he had ever wanted in life; a ...more
I’m not usually a fan of flashbacks, but the parallel stor ...more
Creston Mapes write a intruging story of Everett Lester, who is looking for happiness everywhere and in everything and anyone except for the One True place he can find it, and that is through Jesus Christ. Mapes takes us on a trail of event and stiuations in Everett’s life that will keep us guessing after ever page. The characters are well developed, and the story very well written.
And it is because of the prayers of Karen Bayliss, a wonderful lady that life changed for E ...more
There's so much I can say about the book. But the one part of it that really hit home for me was Olivia's injuries and the severity of them. I was really pulling for her and for Everett's comfort in that situat ...more
I really appreciate the way the book was written, because it flashed back it was like two stories in one. I do believe if this stort was told in chronological order it would have lost me. It was good to have the up and down ride with everett through the story.
That's what it's like reading this book. The basic story is good. The author's storytelling skills are creaky and his narrative voice feels too mannered for this.
His top-rated mystery thrillers include Poison Town, Fear Has a Name, Nobody, Dark Star, and Full Tilt. Creston's new thriller series, The Crittendon Files, launched June of 2013, and will continue with two new releases in 2014, including Poison Town and Sky Zone. His early years as a reporter inspire many of his n ...more