Something dark has been brewing in the small town of Minot, North Dakota.
Something waiting for the perfect storm to free it from its shackles.
Something that only comes out when it rains.
After a night of camping turns deadly for Rory and his friends, the town sheriff finds no trace of wrongdoing. No bodies. No blood. No nada. Sheriff Hooper scoffs at their story about the dead people who came out of the lake. The moss-covered ones that allegedly dragged their friends, kicking and screaming, back into the water with them. It doesn't take long for the dwindling group of survivors to uncover who is responsible for the uprising, and what follows is a tidal wave of bloodshed and horror that will leave the listener afraid to go near the water, let alone leave the house when it rains.
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Better than expected!
I was actually surprised. It was better than expected. I give this book a rating of 3.5, which I'll round up to 4 stars. To break down the story, there was a nuclear spill in the local water. I can't remember the details, but the nuclear waste spill was only mentioned once and I believe the body of water was a lake. The local funeral home is dumping dead bodies in the lake in order to reuse the caskets and make more money. Said dead bodies turn into zombies that require water to function. They advance to where they can come out of the water and walk in the rain. That pretty much sums it up. The ending was the best part. I won't ruin it by giving clues, but it definitely left me wanting more.
The narrator did a fine job. I would like to have hear more fluctuation between voices. Most of the males all sounded the same and all the females sounded the same.
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