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Summary

For generations one family has been haunted by something... something that stalks. It sees and listens, it watches and follows. In the shadows and mist it waits, to take you, to hurt you, perhaps to kill you. If it doesn't kill you, you'll wish it did. 

A creepy, suspenseful saga of family, horror, and mystery, this is one story sure to leave you frightened of the woods at night, fog, and all things tall and slender. 

Second Edition - Republished by Red Cape Publishing

©2020 Caroline Angel (P)2020 Caroline Angel

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  • SEAC
  • 11-05-21

Good listen

I don't scare when I read/ listen to books, but I can identify that fog and a creep creature could scare someone.
I really enjoyed this story, but chapters rotated into the past ( to explain the curse), and one time someone spoke to me and I didn't hear the chapter heading was in the past. It was my own fault, but I was confused momentarily.
At least the author gave us a proper explaination and history instead of the creature just existing.
This one had a decent ending also

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  • Blackeagle
  • 09-12-20

Exceptional Paranormal Story

This book is descriptive and full of heart pounding action thanks to author Caroline Angel and narrator Tommy Dwight. Tommy Dwight did an excellent job narrating building suspense as he tells the story. I like how the author gives you the backstory while still telling you what is going on in the present. The only parts that I took offense to was the use of the terms "Savages" and " Red Skin" being that I am half Indigenous those terms pissed me off but other than that the book is exceptional. I highly recommend this book. I received this book for free and this is my honest unbiased review.

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  • Spencer
  • 05-12-20

Not enough going

This attempt to bring the creepypasta cryptid to life started out well, but it didn't have enough richness or originality to keep it going. The plot needed more sense of motion to keep it rolling, and when I heard the monster speak it ruined it for me. Something as faceless as Slenderman should remain full de-personalized and giving it dialogue ruined the sense of unapproachable Otherness.

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  • Mark Mackey
  • 12-11-20

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Like so many of the previous books from Red Cape Publishing, wasn't let down with this. A real winner.

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  • M.C. Cooper
  • 01-11-20

Frightful fun!

A spooky tale brought to life with the rich, resonate narration from Tom Dwight. A fun October listen.