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Set in the town of Standard, that small Midwestern town where nothing ever happens. Quiet, peaceful, and tucked away among the cornfields and away from the dangers of the outside world.
Unfortunately there is nothing normal about Standard. There has been an evil that has been awakened, and now the residents are slowly going crazy. Men for no reason are coming home and murdering their families, and dark forms are appearing in people's mirrors. The evil is spreading, and now it is up to ex-Chicago cop Rob Alletto to find it.
Time is running out, and the neighbors are becoming quiet shadows as they watch him. He doesn't have long before it will start to get into his mind, and then he himself would be making that deadly trip home.
©2009 Jason R. Davis (P)2015 Jason R. Davis
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 04-13-18

Don't go in the house? Don't go back to your home

Davis is one of those psychological horror writers. He doesn't need blood and guts flying to make something horrifying just by the thought of it. I first stumbled onto him with his Invisible Spiders books, and circled around because Aletto was featured here first. Aletto is a character who makes a small appearance in the ffirst Invisible SPider book, hatched, and plays larger one in book 2. He's kind of a fascinating guy, so this book was a must.

Davis really knows how to build things up. Here, he pays chess with several characters, manuevering them deftly across his board until the pieces are all in the right pace, and then he strikes. Brutally, too. This is one of those times where someone (me) will say you will never look in a mirror the same after reading tis book, and it is true. No crap. He really creeps you out. The buildup is well worth the wait, and you won't be sorry that you let this story suck in you in (you might regret it later if you have to brush your teeth or shave, though).

Marlar narrates this perfectly, he knows the right tones and intonations to use, and gives each character a voice. I really appreciated his style. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

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4 out of 5 stars
By MoJo on 03-13-18

Good Performance

Great narration by the superb Mr. Darren Marlar. interesting story. took me only a few days to finish the book. looking forward to hearing the next installment.

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