This book is a worthy successor to "Healey's Cave," which introduced Sam Moore. In "Terror Comes Knocking," Sam's paranormal visions are sometime..Show More »s enlightening, sometimes teasingly hard for Sam to figure out, as he gets embroiled in a terrorist plot. The suspense builds, to the point that it was keeping me awake, so I had to turn it off at bedtime! As usual, Lazar weaves strong elements of family, relationships, and social issues into the story, too, which is one of the things that make me a fan of his books.
Robert King Ross did a super job reading this book. His voice is always clear, totally suited to the character of Sam, and his inflections conveyed the dialogue and narration perfectly.
Between the narration and the expert writing, I always felt like I was right inside Sam's head.
The plot twists in this book totally took me by surprise. When Sam gets blindsided by tragedy, he has to try to solve the mystery and set things right..Show More » while contending with his own emotions, his past, his hard-to-control visions, etc, etc. I was blown away by how well Lazar wrote Sam's inner thoughts as he loosens his grip on reality in the aftermath of unbearable loss. Very, very believable, heart-breaking but not shlocky. Top-notch narration here by Robert King Ross.