Something very strange is happening in LeHorn's Hollow.
Eerie, piping music is heard late at night, and mysterious fires have been spotted deep in the woods. Women are vanishing without a trace overnight, leaving behind husbands and families.
When up-and-coming novelist Adam Senft stumbles upon an unearthly scene, it plunges him and the entire town into an ancient nightmare. Folks say the woods in LeHorn's Hollow are haunted, but what waits there is far worse than any ghost. It has been summoned...and now it demands to be satisfied.
©2006 Brian Keene (P)2016 David N. Wilson
"Intersting theme, not well executed"
A deeper written story with fewer cliches: this tale was a weak linking of several much better written original themes
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I did like the attempt the author made to establish "History". It was just a bit shallow
It was an interesting story, a light read, but not the gripping horror novel advertised
"A Horror Novel for Fetishists"
In all seriousness, this was an entertaining read. I might recommend this to some of my friends. That said, reader beware. There are some... ahem... provocative themes.
I really like Brian Keene. his books always excite me. this was my least favorite of his though. the story was original and i think he did a decent job with it but it just didn't grab me like all of his other ones. still entertaining though.
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