Beware the spirits of Lake Manuxet.
Don't look out towards Knob Island at night. That was the warning Douglas' grandfather gave him as a boy. Now returning to the shores of Lake Manuxet as a grown man, with his twin sister and their ailing grandmother in tow for a final, nostalgic visit, Douglas begins to experience frightful things in his cherished childhood vacation spot.
Just what is it that claws its way out of the lake each night, only to approach their cabin? What mysteries does the remote lake hold? Are the horrors Douglas experiences genuine, or is he simply inheriting the madness that seems to run in his family? What is the true nature of the cryptic warning his grandfather gave him so many years ago about the small island at the center of Lake Manuxet?
What begins as a sentimental pilgrimage to a once-enjoyable vacation spot rapidly deteriorates into a fight for survival and sanity.
The Lonesome Dead is a standalone novel of supernatural suspense and terror by Ambrose Ibsen.
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A very creepy listen!
Yes, the author does a very good job at keeping the atmosphere creepy. He also writes in such a way as to always keep you on your toes and asking "why?".
Probably books like The Moving In series and The Slaughter series because of an entity that has issues with a past life.
I liked that he always made you know how the character was feeling. His voice just reflected the mood and tenseness that was needed for a book such as this.
No extreme reactions, mainly just curiosity at why such an entity would be terrorizing otherwise innocent people.
I received this book from the author, narrator, or editor for free via audiobookboom for an unbiased review.
- Nate Jenks
I really wanted this to be creepy
It's in the okay category. I really thought it had some potential to creep me out. But it was more like a ghost story one would tell children (okay - maybe teens) around the campfire.