"...Haidji manage to keep a balance between the suspense and thriller. For the reader who’s seeking to explore a new Author’s work, and is out to read something unconventional this is an amazing stylish, original and intriguing work that will keep you entertained with your mouth open on many occasions and your forehead frowned. After reading the book I had to contact Haidji and ask her a few questions regarding her excellent work and she was gracious to give us some insights...."
Suicide Game puts you to thinking about our society. What if... ? What if this kind of Games where people commit suicide to entertain others would be accepted in our world? I think I would be indignant! In this Game the public pays a lot of money to see people die. They bet on who's going to survive and who isn't. They buy T-shirts with the Suicide Game symbol on them, eat suicide dogs, clap when big groups of people face death,... It's horrific! The contradiction in this game is that after a while the public starts to care for the contestants. They don't want their favorites to die, they cry when they see who's behind the candidate. A human being of flesh and blood. The public starts to realise they could be on the other side of the Game too. Maybe one day they will wake up disappointed in society too or they will see they have nobody in their life to rely on... That's the day they could enter the Suicide Game too and when that day arrives they wouldn't be clapping during every jump. They would be scared...
I hope that everybody who's willing to read this book will start to think about it like I did and love it.
SG- Suicide Game is based in a dream I had. I woke up and fell asleep this night several times (scared) and the dream continued until the end of the story. As I finally woke up in the morning, still scared, I though: "What the hell what that?" The next thought was: "Write a book about it"
Dublin Horror Writer Michael Mulvihil review "SG- Suicide Game"
"A fantastic novel about how the hordes are driven to their own destruction. It is a book like “Sucide Game” that reminds us of how the likes of Adolf Hitler got into power and how power was maintained through mass brain washing and fear.
So much can be learnt by simply purchasing of “Suicide Game” by Haidji. A book that deserves to be read because it grabs you, it literally holds on to you and it will never let you go until the final page. A most exquisite reading experience."