In the tradition of Salem's Lot and The Exorcist comes a mesmerizing novel of murder, possession and twisted family secrets.
A recovering alcoholic on the run from his past, all Billy Smith wants is to be left alone. But commanded by the voices in his head to commit acts of violence he does not understand, he kidnaps a prostitute known only as Angel and heads north to a bucolic little New England town called White Falls. Something monstrous has taken root in White Falls, and has waited centuries for the right time to awaken. Psyches begin to unravel and violence erupts. The fate of the living ultimately rests on the back of one man. For the dead are watching . . . and they are hungry.
©2006 Nate Kenyon (P)2012 Audio Realms
Felt like th story was being told by the evening newscaster. Very seldom do I not finish a book-this one was an exception.
Felt like the story was being told by the evening newscaster. Very seldom do I not finish a book-this one was an exception.
Love to read and listen to books. I prefer detective stories, but also read some sci fi.
This book did not have the fast pace that I enjoy in a book. Needs a bit more excitement.
Faster paced and more excitement.
No, I have not listened to any others; however, I feel he did a pretty good job with the content presented.
No, I would not, there is not enough action and it is to slow paced.
I listen to books on my way to work and some I actually slow down so I can hear more of the book. This was not the case with this book. Perhaps it is just not my type of book, I like books that are full of excitement and action.
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