Book Reviews of The Harvest

The Harvest
The Harvest
Author: Scott Nicholson
ISBN-13: 9780786015795
ISBN-10: 0786015799
Publication Date: 9/1/2003
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.3/5 Stars.
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3.3 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
After plowing through this book, Stephen King and Dean Koontz have absolutely nothing to worry about. Not a bad book, but the author only spends one to five pages on a scene then jumps to something else. By the time your mind grasps where he is in the story, you're somewhere else. After getting over halfway through the book, I found I really didn't care what happened to anyone.
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Helpful Score: 3
First Nicholson work..............won't be last. Once good and evil established the action was intense. Liked because ALL the players had differing fates.
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Helpful Score: 2
From the back cover

AS THE SEASON TURNS...

Nestled deep in the Southern Appalachian Mountains is the town of Windshake. Living among the populace of good ol' boy moonshiners and God-fearing folk are psychologist Tamara Leon and her family. All her life Tamara has been plagued by dark dreams and visions. She calls them "Gloomies". They have an uncanny way of foreshadowing tragic events to come-- and her instincts tell her something unnatural is happening.

...SOMETHING WICKED GROWS

Because a new presence has taken up residence in Windshake.
It feeds off everything in its path, consuming life to fuel its malevolent purpose. Its evil can be seen in the eyes of its converts as they spread its influence from neighbor to neighbord.
And its hunger will not be sated until it has remade Windshake in its own image...
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Helpful Score: 1
Great book, really like his descriptions, can't wait to read more by this author!
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AS THE SEASON TURNS...

Nestled deep in the Southern Appalachian Mountains is the town of Windshake. Living among the populace of good ol' boy moonshiners and God-fearing folk are psychologist Tamara Leon and her family. All her life Tamara has been plagued by dark dreams and visions. She calls them "Gloomies". They have an uncanny way of foreshadowing tragic events to come-- and her instincts tell her something unnatural is happening.

...SOMETHING WICKED GROWS

Because a new presence has taken up residence in Windshake.
It feeds off everything in its path, consuming life to fuel its malevolent purpose. Its evil can be seen in the eyes of its converts as they spread its influence from neighbor to neighbord.
And its hunger will not be sated until it has remade Windshake in its own image...
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A fast moving story. Mix Steven King with SCIFI and you get the "Gloomies". An alien visiter lies in the forest of the Appalachian mountains and starts eating, and sometimes a person or two will be on the menu.
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Something wicked grows....because a new presence has taken up residence in Windshake. It feeds off everything in its path, consuming life to fuel its malevolent purpose. Its evil can be seen in the eyes of its converts....
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