Book Reviews of Darkness Demands

Darkness Demands
Darkness Demands
Author: Simon Clark
ISBN-13: 9780843948981
ISBN-10: 0843948981
Publication Date: 7/2001
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Another good one from Clark, very dark & disturbing.
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Helpful Score: 2
Another confirmation of Clark's warped world. Already placed 1 remaining book on my wish list and was elated to find a brand new novel on the local bookstore shelf. GREAT!
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Helpful Score: 2
Great storyline. I like this story but the ending was unexpected.
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A interesting book.Not as scary as i would like.
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From the cover:

Life looks good for John Newton. He lives in the quiet village of Skelbrooke with his family. He has a new home and a successful career writing true crime books. He never gives a thought to the vast nearby cemetery known as the Necropolis. He never wonders what might lurk there.

Then the letters begin to arrive in the dead of night demanding trivial offerings--chocolate, beer, toys. At first John dismisses the notes as a prank. But he soon learns the hard way that they're not. For there is an ancient entity that resides beneath the Necropolis that has the power to demand things. And the power to punish those foolish enough to refuse.
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Life looks good for John Newton. He lives in the quiet village of Skelbrooke with his family. He has a new home and a successful career writing true crime books. He never gives a thought to the vast nearby cemetery known as the Necropolis. He never wonders what might lurk there.
Then the letters begin to arrive in the dead of night demanding trivial offerings - chocolate, beer, toys. At first John dismisses the notes as a prank. But he soon learns the hard way that they're not. For there is an ancient entity that resides beneatht the Necropolis that has the power to demand things. And the power to punish those foolish enough to refuse.