Ever walk through a spider web where there should not be one?
Ever brush at your face and come away with nothing?
The Dre'le'exx have been marooned on this planet for over four decades. Their mission: To purge societies of those deemed unfit. Watch what you think, because there is no such thing as a passing thought when monitored by these intergalactic exterminators.
Beware The Exoterrestrials.
©2012 T W Brown (P)2013 T W Brown
The narration was cool, dark, and fit the feeling and purpose of the story.
Not as much a book but as a movie line it would be between Close Encounters of the Third Kind and Troll. The stories are of people that need to be "addressed" and what happens to the naughty boys and girls if they stray too far from home.
Like Leonard Cohen mixed with Rod Serling, there is something deeply morose but at the same time well placed about his voice that makes the story reach out and take a hold of you.
The first time a full corpse from the "baggy killer" is found and the assigned officer is unable to hold his lunch in.
I will never feel the same way about the scent of cinnamon
"A creepy, terrifying tale."
What I liked the most is that it wasn't what I was expecting. TW Brown is well known for his excellent DEAD series and when I came across this on Amazon it was an automatic buy. Its a hidden gem and one I'm glad I discovered.
It wasn't what I expected. I hate to give away spoiler but it was aliens arriving in a new town and how the local residents were disappearing. I like that it did take me by surprise, no long boring descriptions it was straight into the action. Lets just say the action was gruesome and terrifying.
The narrator was fantastic, I loved his gravely voice and accent. He suited the story and enhanced it in my opinion.
I'm not good at this type of thing, sorry. Probably something like Terror comes to Suburbia.
I am keeping everything crossed that Mr Brown is going to write a second book. I want more!!!
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