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The Thing in the Woods By Matthew W. Quinn Michael Wills Kay Nash,

  • Title: The Thing in the Woods
  • Author: Matthew W. Quinn Michael Wills Kay Nash
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Turn the lights on before you read this, it s a scary one James R Tuck author of the Deacon Chalk series Seventeen year old James Daly s father bought a house in small town Edington, Georgia to go with a promotion at his Atlanta law firm, only to lose his job when the housing bubble popped and the economy tanked Now James has to work at the Edington Best Buy to h Turn the lights on before you read this, it s a scary one James R Tuck author of the Deacon Chalk series.Seventeen year old James Daly s father bought a house in small town Edington, Georgia to go with a promotion at his Atlanta law firm, only to lose his job when the housing bubble popped and the economy tanked Now James has to work at the Edington Best Buy to help pay the mortgage they re underwater on He can t wait until he turns eighteen and can leave Edington behind forever But when a local boy challenges him to an ATV race near a tree farm most people avoid, things get much worse James rival is dismembered alive by a tentacled horror emerging from a nearby pond The monstrosity has been worshiped by a murderous coven since before the Civil War, and its devotees don t take kindly to their secrets being threatened Now with the aid of Amber Webb, a local girl he doesn t like liking, and a renegade cult member, James must fight to avoid ending up bound to a picnic table and offered up to a monster He must do battle with both the local cultists and their predatory master, THE THING IN THE WOODS Thank you for your interest in Mathew s novel, The Thing in the Woods We know you ll enjoy it Digital Fiction Tags 2017 select age anthology author best book lendingebook fiction free genre gift like list literaturenovel on paperback prime read reading release saleseller series short store story top young adult innew of unlimited teen wish ya deal digital libraryhorror suspense occult dark hp cthulu supernaturalhaunt fantasy thriller scary lovecraft ghost demon
    The Thing in the Woods Turn the lights on before you read this it s a scary one James R Tuck author of the Deacon Chalk series Seventeen year old James Daly s father bought a house in small town Edington Georgia to go wit

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    1. I obtained this book through the Kindle Unlimited program.I do NOT read horror It s on my list of exclusions However, the person who asked me to read review this book wasn t aware of that, and asked so cordially, that I decided to give it a shot.It wasn t bad at all Yes, there is a monster, and yes, it eats people, but I wasn t creeped out in the same way I would be if somebody attempted to tell me a ghost story I say attempted, because they would NOT be successful, whether I had to leave the ro [...]

    2. Once in a while I ll venture into a reading genre far outside my interest range Almost always, I m sorry for the change of direction Matthew W Quinn s The Thing in the Woods is no different The story of a monstrous squid like figure that lives in a dark pond being summoned by a murderous cult to devour sinners failed my smell test.I m not going to critique this book because I realize there are many readers who enjoy this type of story I ll leave it to them to decide on its merits For me it was n [...]

    3. As someone who has grown up in South Georgia i found this tale to be quite comical There were a lot of things about this book that i found could ve been fleshed out one being the characters , another being the actual story I felt as if the story jumped around way too much and that it didn t catch my attention until about sixty pages in but then in the last sixty pages it lost my attention again I didn t find this story scary in the least and i was slightly let down.

    4. This is a generous review A good story that would have benefited from a good editor and a writer The plot was interesting and could have been very good As it is, it reads like Stephen King wrote it when he was fourteen.

    5. The Thing In The WoodsWhooo Did this ever make my stomach jump Well written and totally frightening I read this one straight through from beginning to the to the end.

    6. Verry good bookIt was very well written I loved reading this book The author kept the book interesting from beginning to end

    7. From the opening page to the final one, The Thing in the Woods feels far too familiar I feel like I ve read this story, or something similar, many times before That doesn t have to be a bad thing, but if a story is familiar, at the very least, it needs to excel at other things character development, atmosphere, plot twists, pacing etc This book is mediocre in these areas as well For example, the leader of the cult, whose name I can t even remember that s part of the problem has the potential to [...]

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