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David Reed is struggling. He's working two jobs to make ends meet, trying not to resent the fact his wife makes so much more than he does, and to top it all off, he's just totaled his car after swerving to avoid hitting a very large animal in the middle of the road. But an empty bank account and no car soon turn out to be the least of David's worries, when he begins to think the animal he almost hit might be stalking him. He feels eyes on him in town, hears noises outside his house late at night, and the stench the thing carries around is unmistakable. His wife and friends think it was a bear, but David suspects the thing's origins might not be so simple, and that it might be connected with the traveling carnival that's recently come to town. He thinks he just needs to hold out until the end of the week when the carnival moves on, but that might be easier said than done; every night, he senses the thing outside, getting closer and closer. He fears soon he'll hear its claws scratching at the back door, trying to get in.
©2015 Charles Moore (P)2015 Charles Moore
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2 out of 5 stars
By Jim "The Impatient" on 04-07-17

SHE HAD PEANUT BUTTER LEGS

SHE SPREAD FOR BREAD
The way this started I thought I would like it. I found it easy to relate to the main character. He was an easy to like everyday type of guy. The book had an 1970's feel to it. It ended up being a chore to listen to.

WHENEVER SOMEONE SAID, "DID YOU WANT THIER HONEST OPINION" THIER HONEST OPINION WAS THE LAST THING YOU WOULD GET.
This is suppose to be a horror with werewolves. In hour one, we get a glimpse of a large figure in the road. In hour two we see glowing eyes in the woods. Not until the end do we actually see a werewolf. In this day and age if your going to advertise your book as a werewolf book, than I feel we need to have some werewolves in the story. Also the so called twist at the end was predictable.

ASHLEY HAD A PAIR OF TITS THAT WOULDN'T QUIT
The narrator was okay, not great. It sounded like he was reading this at home in his basement.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Adam J. Sjoberg on 06-17-18

Good Story!

The story was a bit short but built suspense very well. Good writing and Performance.

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