As a kid, I was entirely intrigued for books with the creep factor. Nancy Drew, Goosebumps, I even read a couple Hardy Boys.
I still haven’t mustered up the courage to read a Stephen King novel, and I still ought to read Agatha Christie since I like reading mysteries as much as I love writing them.
Tribute mixes all these authors best features in a story that takes you by the shirt collar from page one. Tribute offers a mythical and cultural look at the dead’s unfinished business and how it affects the lives of those that remain.
With parts that had juvenile appeal and reminiscent of Disney’s CoCo and creepier parts and references that read like The Goosebumps series, readers of all ages will give their soul to the entire novel from beginning to end.