The Living Dark

The Living Dark In the blackness of the room Mance watched in horror as the shape took form from the living dark At first it looked like smoke then the creature became wolf like with yellow eyes glistening with ha

  • Title: The Living Dark
  • Author: Stephen Gresham
  • ISBN: 9780821733936
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the blackness of the room, Mance watched in horror as the shape took form from the living dark At first it looked like smoke, then the creature became wolf like, with yellow eyes glistening with hate and fangs gleaming It stared at Mance, grew larger and larger, claws tearing at the airSomething created by a long dead woman to protect her children had been unleasheIn the blackness of the room, Mance watched in horror as the shape took form from the living dark At first it looked like smoke, then the creature became wolf like, with yellow eyes glistening with hate and fangs gleaming It stared at Mance, grew larger and larger, claws tearing at the airSomething created by a long dead woman to protect her children had been unleashed, and when it could find no one to serve, it because to ravage the small town, demanding , blood, d leaving only torn bodies to mark its passage.Something Mance had done had called it forth, but nothing he could do would control it Then an old woman revealed the secret of her past, and the final battle began between the town and The Living Dark.

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    1. I must say, this book is not at all what I expected. To me, it flowed a lot more like a movie than a novel. I gave The Living Dark a 4 out of 5 stars mainly because I'm not sure what else to give it. It was a very good book and worth the read, however because of my mixed feelings about it, I'm not so sure it deserves a 5. It sort of reminded me of a cross between a werewolf novel/movie and The Notebook. I felt for the characters and found myself judging situations based on what I thought it woul [...]

    2. Decent, but The Living Dark was lacking a bit of suspenseful intensity. Still, the story was interesting and the book wasn't terrible.

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