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Publisher's Summary

Brinkley Springs is a quiet little town. Some say the town is dying. They don't know how right they are. Five mysterious figures are about to pay a little visit to Brinkley Springs. They have existed for centuries, emerging from the shadows only to destroy, to kill. To feed. They bring with them terror and carnage, and leave death and blood in their wake. As the night wears on, Brinkley Springs will be quiet no longer. Screams will break the silence. But when the sun rises again, will there be anyone left to hear?
©2010 Brian Keene (P)2017 David N. Wilson
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5 out of 5 stars
By saad alkashif on 01-03-18

love Keene

I always love his books. the way he writes always gets me completely hooked and I can experience the stories with all my senses.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Bill on 07-19-18

The crows are coming to Brinkley Springs!

The crows are coming to Brinkley Springs, West Virginia

With them, they will bring much death and mayhem.

Thankfully, an excommunicated Amish magnus is on the scene with his “Long Lost Friend”.

Let the fight for the town’s souls begin.

I like Keene’s work. His style flows easy and the action he pens in this one gathers some serious speed as the story progresses.

Chet Williamson’s narration takes a minute to warm up to, but after listening to it for a while I don’t know how it could have been narrated by anyone else. His deep brooding cadence added a lot to the ambiance of the story. Well done all around.

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