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William W. Johnstone ´ 8 Read & DownloadFun trashy ead that didn t ultimately hold my attention I have a history with this book I first Read It Years Ago When it years ago when was barely a teenager It was probably the first mature novel ago when I was barely a teenager It was probably the first mature novel had ever 6 Verses That Can Change Your Life read and Iemember enjoying it at the time Truth be told I should not have been eading it at age that I did I was too young for this materialThis book is loaded with sex and violence a lot of it is ape and a lot of the violence is gruesome stuff The language is also very harshThe story isn t exactly original Basically you have this small sleepy town in Missouri where everyone knows each other There s this eerie light that s been seen by many for years and yet no one eally knows what it is There is also an archaeological dig site in the area Long story short the light houses a malevolent Native American figure that has been waiting to be eborn and according to a character in the book is insane and has been without women for a very long time This creature known as a Manitou basically takes over the people of the townexcept for that special few that are not affectedof course The Manito. It could only be seen in the dead of night The satanic glow swirled above the old ailroad tracks pulsating with evil flickering with the light of hell itself And it drew the young people of Good Hope to. U puts everyone under its influence and turns them into
Shells Of Themselves Aof themselves A mother suddenly becomes a sexual deviant who encourages her husband to ape another womanin her a sexual deviant who encourages her husband to ape another womanin her Hurt her Jack while she watchesvisibly aroused for exampleThe two main characters in the book are a gifted boy and girl who began to notice odd things going on They begin to notice a change in their once wholesome parents suddenly their parents become hostile towards them and say crude things and even go as far as to have orgies at night while they are in bed The kids are specialwell of course they are They are surrounded by a small group of adults one being an Indian who claims to be a witch doctor who just happens to know everythingAs stated there is a fair amount of ape in this book so you ve been warnedThe book eads like a cheesy straight to video horror movie and as violent and explicit as it is I found myself laughing out loud it s suarely in the so bad it s good category As a child eading this I didn t find it Funny But Years Later Reading but years later eading with a mature mind I see just how amateurish. Its shimmering core like moths to a flameThe eerie change in the slumbering Missouri town could only be seen by one child Innocent ten year old Heather sensed the chill of darkness in her schoolmates' vac. This one is and a lot of it came across as unintentional comedyI was both epulsed and entertained mostly entertained I emember this book from when both epulsed and entertained mostly entertained I emember this book from when was in Jr High
Cheesy As All Hell But A Veryas all hell but a very and disturbing ead for a 13 year old girl If I ecall it had some pretty sickening material that goes far and beyond that what most people consider the horror genre Ghosts aping people andom consensual and non consensual sex violence an evil spiritgodsatan that was making people see crap they feared that wasn t eal Also whenever this one character tried to leave town they d forget what they were doing ight after they crossed the border and head back into the nightmare One of the scenes I ecall most vividly is of a school teacher being gang aped by her students who were all worshiping some evil godSatan who had control of the town etc It was eally basically a mish mash of all the stereotypical crap one finds in a horror novelmovie plus one thousand degrees with no eal plot or character development and it should ightly be e classified as a HDEH A Highly Disturbing Erotic Horror. Ant stares the evil festering in their hearts But no one listened to her terrified screams No one believed the nightmare was true And now it was Heather's turn to feed the hungry spirit with her very soul.
William W. Johnstone