Book Review: Paradise Club

02.05.2021 | Grindhouse Press
Rating: 5/5 stars


Welcome to Paradise Club. Sandy beaches, crystalline waters, and an all-inclusive resort with virtually everything you can dream of having. Paradise Club seems to be the place to rest and relax, but behind the scenes plans for a dangerous game pitting the hotel’s guests against a gang of bloodthirsty maniacs is ready to launch. Elliot Harper – family man and FBI agent – is about to find out how fast heaven can become hell when every single vacationer is forced to become a ruthless killer in order to survive. The killers are on the loose and they won’t stop until every single guest is dead.

Hello summer slasher fun! PARADISE CLUB was exactly the book I was looking for to amp up my summer horror reading. Last year I read THE SWITCH HOUSE by Tim Meyer and really connected with his writing style. When this landed in my hands, I knew I had to wait to savor it in the heat of summer. Meyer included a large cast of characters to narrate this story, but never once did I feel overwhelmed because they’re all strategically chosen to fully play out the murdery chaos brandishing the Paradise Club resort. 

PARADISE CLUB works incredibly well to provide a realistic horror story for readers with genuine human reactions to being stuck in this nightmare scenario. There are some science fiction elements, which surprised me based on where I felt the story was headed. Once I started to understand them, they made me love the book even more. Fans of slasher movies are going to want this one in their TBR piles!

This book is available to buy from: Amazon 

Disclosure: What Jess Reads is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to This in no way influences my opinion of the above book.

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