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After a mysterious visitor stops by his martial arts gym, Arnold begins to suspect there's something supernatural about the stranger. Set in July, Call of the Kappa is a horror novel, which is filled with the spirit of the season. Independence Day, and of the terror about to strike. Part of a series of interconnected horror novels that can be read in any order. Each book se After a mysterious visitor stops by his martial arts gym, Arnold begins to suspect there's something supernatural about the stranger. Set in July, Call of the Kappa is a horror novel, which is filled with the spirit of the season. Independence Day, and of the terror about to strike. Part of a series of interconnected horror novels that can be read in any order. Each book serves as a stand alone story, yet builds a greater picture behind a sinister mystery in Chicago.


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After a mysterious visitor stops by his martial arts gym, Arnold begins to suspect there's something supernatural about the stranger. Set in July, Call of the Kappa is a horror novel, which is filled with the spirit of the season. Independence Day, and of the terror about to strike. Part of a series of interconnected horror novels that can be read in any order. Each book se After a mysterious visitor stops by his martial arts gym, Arnold begins to suspect there's something supernatural about the stranger. Set in July, Call of the Kappa is a horror novel, which is filled with the spirit of the season. Independence Day, and of the terror about to strike. Part of a series of interconnected horror novels that can be read in any order. Each book serves as a stand alone story, yet builds a greater picture behind a sinister mystery in Chicago.

30 review for Call of the Kappa

  1. 5 out of 5

    MGoldberg

    Amazing story! Really unique take on a horror novel. Looking forward to more books by this author. Was hard to stop reading, once I became invested in it. For anyone looking for a good scary story, I suggest you check this one out.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Buddy

    The two genres I read the most are mystery and horror. This book has them both. It's about the mystery of a figure called "The Kappa" who is stalking and tormenting a man who works at a martial arts school. Wait till you find out who or what "The Kappa" really is. Your jaw will drop. The two genres I read the most are mystery and horror. This book has them both. It's about the mystery of a figure called "The Kappa" who is stalking and tormenting a man who works at a martial arts school. Wait till you find out who or what "The Kappa" really is. Your jaw will drop.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jimbo

    really strong mystery of who is the kappa. It's a really good book to read for people that like suspenseful stories really strong mystery of who is the kappa. It's a really good book to read for people that like suspenseful stories

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sneedsonsneed

    Read it or Sneed it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dontcallmekimberly

    What a cool book this was. I heard about it on Reddit. I'm going through this series and they're all good so far but I think I liked this one the best because of the martial arts things in it. What a cool book this was. I heard about it on Reddit. I'm going through this series and they're all good so far but I think I liked this one the best because of the martial arts things in it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Crowbar

    This was the third one I read after Call of the Crocodile and Call of the Arcade. I'm beginning to notice that these books take some pretty wild turns in them and that's really cool! I like how the tables get turned in these books and they become very different than how the stories started off. Twists, Twists and more twists! Just the type of books I like! If you've already read any of these other books or are lookin to jump into em Call of the Kappa doesnt dissapoint. It's a wild thrillride! This was the third one I read after Call of the Crocodile and Call of the Arcade. I'm beginning to notice that these books take some pretty wild turns in them and that's really cool! I like how the tables get turned in these books and they become very different than how the stories started off. Twists, Twists and more twists! Just the type of books I like! If you've already read any of these other books or are lookin to jump into em Call of the Kappa doesnt dissapoint. It's a wild thrillride!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Adam

    This book reminds me of an 80s b-movie: pretty crappy, amateurish writing and story, yet still somehow more enjoyable than it should be.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Hamiltonu

    I like how dreamlike and surreal segments of this book are. Underrated book in probably the best new series there is.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cmadler

    This was a rare (for me) DNF. Maybe the story is good, but I couldn't tell because the writing is so very bad that I gave up a few chapters in, and it was a struggle just to get that far. Among other issues, this book is in desperate need of a good editor to help fix punctuation errors, grammar issues, and very distracting tense inconsistencies -- the writing changes between present tense and past tense within most paragraphs, with tense changes happening nearly every sentence. This was a rare (for me) DNF. Maybe the story is good, but I couldn't tell because the writing is so very bad that I gave up a few chapters in, and it was a struggle just to get that far. Among other issues, this book is in desperate need of a good editor to help fix punctuation errors, grammar issues, and very distracting tense inconsistencies -- the writing changes between present tense and past tense within most paragraphs, with tense changes happening nearly every sentence.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chris Dw i

    So, I'm working my way through the Horror's Call series and making YouTube videos on each entry. I'm giving them all a fair chance. Call of the Kappa is honestly pretty okay. The writing has actually improved a fair bit and the dialogue is getting there. I'm not sure if an editor was called in for this one but if you're reading them in order, you'll see an improvement as you go along. The story is pretty good but it lacked the fantastic twists that Call of the Crocodile and Call of the Arcade h So, I'm working my way through the Horror's Call series and making YouTube videos on each entry. I'm giving them all a fair chance. Call of the Kappa is honestly pretty okay. The writing has actually improved a fair bit and the dialogue is getting there. I'm not sure if an editor was called in for this one but if you're reading them in order, you'll see an improvement as you go along. The story is pretty good but it lacked the fantastic twists that Call of the Crocodile and Call of the Arcade had. There's a great reveal towards the end but it's unfortunately spoilt by foreshadowing. If you've got an interest in martial arts then you might really enjoy this one since it's pretty much the main theme. The only real downsides would have to be that the ending felt as if it was cut short and that this one felt like it was more of a mystery/thriller than a horror. That said, the author could probably write a pretty good mystery book if this is anything to go by. The monologuing about martial arts goes on for a bit too long but it's not as bad as the monologuing in previous entries. All in all, this one gets a solid four stars. It was an entertaining read. Cheers

  11. 4 out of 5

    Trung

    Amateurishly written with a plot coming straight out of a direct-to-dvd horror movies: bad twists, bad stereotyped characters, nonsensical third act that doesn't elevate the f. Pacing is all over the place: some unnecessary conversation stretches on far too long, sometimes even longer than the important plot developments. A terrible book all around. Amateurishly written with a plot coming straight out of a direct-to-dvd horror movies: bad twists, bad stereotyped characters, nonsensical third act that doesn't elevate the f. Pacing is all over the place: some unnecessary conversation stretches on far too long, sometimes even longer than the important plot developments. A terrible book all around.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kamari1

    Horror's Call is a classic series of horror books that is known as highly regarded. If you read this series prepare yourself for lots of twists and a good time. It's hard for me to think of which one of these I liked the most because they're all amazing. They're all amazing and I'm pretty sure you're going to like these books if you decided to read them. Horror's Call is a classic series of horror books that is known as highly regarded. If you read this series prepare yourself for lots of twists and a good time. It's hard for me to think of which one of these I liked the most because they're all amazing. They're all amazing and I'm pretty sure you're going to like these books if you decided to read them.

  13. 5 out of 5

    ALF

    Really good book

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bio

    Mysterious and enthralling.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nicolás

    good cast of characters and scary

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gumdrop

    The martial arts theme was cool and makes this book really unique for a horror setting.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Dee

    I'm blown away by how creepy this was. This one is really good. I'm blown away by how creepy this was. This one is really good.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gentleman

    Call of the Kappa is a perfect book!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rhyder

    Good book. Unique and thrilling.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Darkorchid

    This entire series is incredible!!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chananya

    Cool story !!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Benay

    Great new series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jahniya

    Ten out of Ten stars. Check it out.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ashanteeb

    Great pacing and make you keep wondering what's going on. Great mystery with creepy scenes. Great pacing and make you keep wondering what's going on. Great mystery with creepy scenes.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Chrome

    Scary! Wonderful book!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Cedar

    Wonderful! I want more! F Gardner your the best! These books are great!

  27. 5 out of 5

    B Robert

    Perfection!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Negop

    Really epic book. It is based beyond all imagination and a fun time to read !

  29. 5 out of 5

    Yugo

    I liked it a lot. This series is VERY scary

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jawman

    one of the best.

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