Every year, thousands of children are killed...by their own parents.
Now, Shane Wills is about to discover why, as he comes under attack from an evil that has existed since the beginning of time. An evil that invades loving parents and turns them into something else. An evil that feeds on the blood and despair of dying children. An evil that most people will never know, because they cannot perceive...the Apparition.
©2012 Michaelbrent Collings (P)2014 Michaelbrent Collings
Shane goes through torment I can scarcely imagine but is still able to stay strong for his children.
I liked the very last scene, not because it gave me any good feelings, but because it was able to catch me completely off guard.
It didn't make me cry, but it certainly didn't help me sleep at night. I'm just glad I moved out of my parents house and that I'm not yet a parent myself. I am not going to read this book after I have children.
I met Michaelbrent Collings at a convention in Idaho where he was hosting a discussion on zombies. After the discussion I got to talk with him about his books, and he turned me on to Apparition. Now, I had never listened/read any of his books before I had met him, so I was thoroughly impressed when I found out he was able to write a book that can spook me for the first time. I can't wait for another book of this caliber.
Anything better than what it is. This book is horrible. The reading is horrible, the story is maybe tolerable but I couldn't get past the awful performance.
Yelling for no apparent reason, his voice is the same all the way through, it kept me on edge and not in a good way.
I only finished it because I paid for it. It was the worst book I have come across so far.
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