In the small Amish community of New Augsburg, an ancient evil is awakened that could ravage humanity for generations.
©2015 Tom Burns (P)2015 Tom Burns
It's probably in the top 15, not fantastic but still pretty great.
The least interesting aspect of the story was the journal entries and epilogue where the author ties everything into events that occurred later in reality. The most interesting was the rituals performed by Gregor.
Most everything, he did a pretty great job of giving voice to this story.
Sometimes you don't know who to shun
I received a free code for this audiobook off a post made by the author, it has not affected my opinion of the story.
What do you even say about yourself on an audio book site? I like books? I don't have time to read anymore so I listen?
Not quite so grand with the story. It feels as though it would be better told as a full story rather than a short one. There is a number if characters and you never feel like you really care about any of them.
The book is by no means bad. But it's just hard to get into.
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