From the powerful imagination of a horror master comes a bone-chilling tale set in a small town where good and evil are joined in a terrifying, deadly battle.
Once an idyllic Pennsylvania village, Pine Deep awoke one morning to find itself bathed in a massive bloodletting. Twice in 30 years, the townsfolk have endured the savage hungers of a murderous madman—but if the residents think the death of serial killer Karl Ruger put an end to the carnage, they’re dead wrong.
The nightmare never ends....
Bodies mutilated beyond description, innocents driven to acts of vicious madness. A monstrous evil is preying on the living—and the dead—and turning the quiet little town into hell on earth. Their only hope is to find the source. But the secrets that lurk in the heart of Pine Deep are twisted into its very roots. This time the townspeople aren’t just fighting for their lives but for their very souls.
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©2007 Jonathan Maberry (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Yes. It's one of those books you could go back to again and again.
It keeps the pace of the first book, starting the day after the first ends.
No, this is my first, but not last, listen.
Yes it goes quick and I just wanted to absorb it all!
When Iron Mike Sweeney is saved.
Tom had great inflections and different character voices. He really brought them alive for me!
That's a hard one... Pine Deep Lives! ?
Johnathan Maberry is an excellent author and I am grateful he decided to jump to his outside writing ventures, as that us how I discovered him. He brings all his characters alive and makes the reader jump right into the story to be pulled along emotionally with each up and down of the protagonist. Keep all your new work as fresh Johnathan!!!
Keeps you on the edge of your seat. Can't wait for the next chance to listen to it. As soon as you finish one book, you dive right into the next. Too bad there are only 3 books!!!
Its a bit of a slow build, but it contains great plot points to hold your interest throughout its entirety.
The whole concept that Jonathan Mayberry is trying to flesh out is very innovative, and despite some old cliched characterizations, is an above average horror novel/series; yet, again, it would have been so much more enjoyable had a better reader been chosen. The prose in this second volume of the Pine Deep Trilogy is much less stilted as Mr. Mayberry refines his writing talent, so the reader should have been able to adapt. I think though, having recorded all 3 books to audio in 2011, the reader just didn't grow with the author's improved writing. This is horror fiction, not Plato. Seems like a lot of humor and overall good story was wasted due to exacting narration, but in all fairness I did find myself getting into the story more as Book 2 unfolded. Mr. Weiner, the reader, does a good job providing voices for many, many more characters than in a less expansive novel or series, so in this he did a great job. He did a great job with the main bad guys, the seriously deviant Ruger and the malicious Vic Wingate. I guess I just wish that Mr. Mayberry had refined his writing skills, as in his subsequent writing after 2008, before tackling such an enormous 3 novel series. In short, Book 2, Dead Man's Song, is a much better read than Book 1, and I hope Book 3 show's another years' maturity in Mr. Mayberry's obvious writing talent. Would I recommend this series? Of course. Just don't expect post 2008 Jonathan Mayberry and you'll be fine.
I liked the first book but thought it dragged at times. This book was better and kept the story going. Only complaint is too much time was spent explaining the first one.
I love horror set in a small town. It somehow makes it seem more real.
Part of three Pine Deep novels--like each one of them.
Will always look for Mayberry and listen.
Turned of off audible
Painful to listen to the book
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