Ohhhhh I must say that I am now a huge fan of Gigi Pandian! I cant wait to read the next book in this series! I loved this book.
Its rare when I can find a book where I am totally immersed in it, where I can almost hear, see and feel everything. I came so close to having an "out of body" experience lol, ok ok, its only my imagination, but I really felt like I was there with everyone in the book. Going through all of the exciting adventures. This is now the best book I have read in years. Loaded with great descriptions, totally likable characters, an exciting Gargoyle, mystery and hey, its in the State of Oregon.
I beg you to read it and I dare you not to like it!
WOW!! From page one to the last page, it is PURE action, horror, non stop whirlwind. I sat with my mouth open many times, I could NOT put this book down. It was so good, Ive tried to find more by this author, looks like Ill be waiting a bit before I get them, Ive wish listed the books, looks like there are not many out there that people are willing to give up and I can see why. This is action packed, I am NOT kidding. It has many unique scenes in it. Best horror book Ive read in years, it is NOW one of my favs for good!
This book kicked my butt into the world of, "I wish all books were like this"...I would love to have stayed for good, luckily there is a book 2. On order 2morrow. Ill hate to be away from the people and the situations for a week or two, but what must be ...must be. Amy Plum became one of my fav authors when I read her Paris series. Im so in love with those as well. This author has such a wonderful talent in immediately taking you into the world she wants you to be a part of and one that you never want to let go of. Such a great writing talent. I wont be surprised to see any of her books show up as a movie.
Im not going to go into what this book is about because the surprise of knowing what "After the End" meant, is a big part of a spoiler. So, get yourself a copy of this fantastic book and check out Amy Plum, she rocks da house.
Oh my gosh. What a great read! Im fascinated with Alaska and this took me there. I loved the characters, the mystery, the gorgeous setting, the situations. Its light on the romance which I liked. I am now a fan of Colleen Coble. This is the first book Ive read by her. I want to read them all now. In fact, Ive ordered several in her other series books. Loved it! 5 stars!
This was the first book in the series that I had read. I thought the mystery was just ok. I did find myself a bit bored a little after half way through. I love that the setting took place in winter and it had an interesting story line involving a homeless shelter.
Homeless people start showing up dead around the shelter and its up to the main character who is a volunteer there to find out just who has it out for these people.
I had no issues with character development, being this is not the first book in the series, its a story all on its own.
Absolutely loved this diamond of a Christmas book. Ive read this one twice, with many years between both reads and reading it the second time felt familiar but completely new. A good book can do that.
This book had two situations going on throughout. One a forged will and two an infant left in a paper bag outside of a Rectory.
I really enjoyed this and it added lots of joy to my already full heart of Christmas spirit.
Awesome story about a girl who fly's to the arctic circle to be with her mother, to live and teach the arctic people. Her plane crashes and she does not make it to her mother but ends up living with the Inupait people. She faces many hardships and challenges but in the end is well rewarded in many ways. This is a great story for kids or even adults as I am. You really get a glimpse of life in the arctic and the people there in how they live, work, function and in how they see us here in the lower 48.
Full of action. I was guessing till the end on what or who the killer was.
Bank robbers, a Navajo boy, and an Archaeologist all end up together in what looks like an abandoned cabin in the biggest blizzard to hit the state in years. Something or someone is picking them off one by one. The way they die is despicable. An unnatural force has come. I couldn't believe the end, surprised the heck out of me.
I enjoyed it! Awesome read.
I enjoyed this book. I found it to be unique to the genre of Paranormal books. The book is a meant for teens, high school teeny boppers, but I think adults can fit right in. This is a sad and spooky tale.
Cas, a teenage boy is always moving from place to place with his mother. He is no ordinary teen. Armed with a special blade, passed down to him through the generations, he uses this along with his special ability to see and kill ghosts.
In this story, he and his mom move to a small town in Canada. As soon as they arrive to the town, he is drawn to the next ghost on his killing list. Why does he have the job of ghost slaying you ask? Why would someone want to kill a ghost? Its for the ghosts who kill. The ones who dismember the living. The ones who violently haunt humans.
This time around though, the ghost up for meeting with his blade, is a beautiful Finnish girl. One who died in a horrible manner. One who had a horrid life while living with her mother and step father. Cas falls for the ghost, her beautiful dark hair and black dead eyes. Will he be able to kill her? Will this be just another easy ghost slaying? Or will ghosts from the past come to haunt him instead.
Terror lies behind the door of..Apartment 16.
In Barrington House, an upmarket block in London, there is an empty apartment. No one goes in, no one comes out.
This was a very strange book. It is loaded with atmospheric descriptions, and because of that I felt bogged down, trying to visualize so much of that. I was overwhelmed with thoughts of...WHAT IS THE AUTHOR TRYING TO SPELL OUT HERE?
There are times when I was right on track with what was going on and I really enjoyed the storyline and was spooked out many times, in a great way...then here it came again and I thought to myself many times, did I miss something? A whole chapter perhaps?
In conclusion, I would say the book was way too long for what was going on. Too many descriptions and confusing moments for me. I almost gave up half way through but just had to know where it would all end, if indeed it would. Ill give the book 2 stars for several creepy scenes throughout the book.
This book was just beautiful! It will always stay with me. The way Max Lucado writes about Heaven, just so eloquent. This is an absolute must read for any Christian or even someone who isn't quite sure about the hear-after. I remember when I was reading the book, I would frequently look at the book cover and it would just take me there. It had me crying throughout. Max Lucado is an awesome writer, this is his best yet.
A horrible April Fools Day joke goes terribly wrong. The jokes just keep coming in a very murderous way.
I liked this old Point Horror as well. I didn't figure out the killer till it was actually revealed in the end. You'll have your suspicions though and you may just be right....or not. Loved it!
I love Christopher Golden. He has been writing for a long time. I loved his "80s horror" and at one time I had every book he had ever written.
Now here comes something new from Mr Golden. Still horror but it had the feel of something new, something that had never been attempted, really exciting. It had more intelligence to it.
This book started off very strong, totally sucked me in. It had lots of interesting ideas and played out things I had never imagined before concerning "The Ark" on Mt. Ararat.
This book will deff get you thinking no matter what you believe. Its truth and fiction all wound up and I liked that. Then we get to what seemed like the end of Mr Golden's ideas and here came the cheesy 80s horror again.
The last 80 pages seemed overboard. It felt like the author didn't know what to do with the scenes or the characters. He had a huge opportunity to pull this off. I dont think anyone has written a horror about Ararat, much less involving "The Ark". I mean really? Its a super idea.
Towards the end of the book, it all felt like the old 80s horror again. I was just hoping for more. Then again, we may see this on the Silver-screen. Whos to say?
Gripping, edge of your seat, unique, creepy, fantastic, unputdownable, 5 stars, cant say enough, loved it! I look forward to book 2, called Sanctum! These books use actual REAL life photos of Asylums and patients, which makes these books totally original and top notch creepy!
It all starts when the granddaughter draws a picture, a very strange one. A frightening one. The child is also starting to act oddly, then becomes violent.
The grandmother takes the child to the Psychologists office for some help. No one can tell why or what has happened to make this child act so oddly other than the fact that the child continues to say, "The other night".. Could it be the other night when the Babysitter was there? The one she had stay with her granddaughter?
It is time to hunt the Babysitter down and find out just what happened "the other night".
They arent the only ones who know this Babysitter. Across town, "she" has been sitting for another family. Things are strange there as well.
The full force of the ancient terror explodes across their senses when they found out about THE BABYSITTER.
I love 80s horror. This book was right up my alley. Love the cover art. Perfect for us horror fans! Spooky city!
One heck of a long book and one heck of a great one! Weird story line but it sure worked. Strong characters, creepy story. I read this for my Halloween scare and it worked! It even takes place on Halloween -some of it anyway. I was completely blown away by the ending. The secrets revealed and what happens took me by surprise. A great horror!