Something terrifying has started happening in Eggerton. People are turning up drained of blood and very, very dead. Have vampire bats started attacking humans? If so, then who's delivering the hammer-blow that finally kills the victims?
For Detective Inspector Jack Sears it's a mystery that not even virologist Doctor Christopher Deacon can help fathom. But then the police get lucky. Against all the odds, one of the victims survives. But strangely enough, that's when things go from bad to worse.
If you could sum up The Fluttering in three words, what would they be?
Creepy. Engaging. Classic.
What other book might you compare The Fluttering to and why?
Maybe because of the narrator, War of the Worlds. The British audio version. It also reminded me of 1950s monster movies-- in a good way.
Any additional comments?
I was entertained, thrilled and creeped-out. I almost passed on this because the cover art looked a bit over-the top, but I'm so glad I gave it a try. The narrator made it fun.
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