Every small town in Connecticut has its secrets, but none are as shocking as Melington's.
After the riots, Melington becomes the primary target of an FBI investigation. The Council is more ruthless than the town has ever seen. And a national spotlight shines brightly on the mysterious cases of missing children.
But there is one secret that no one knows better than Alan Carter.
As children outside Melington start disappearing, Alan Carter knows that Copper Tibet has grown more powerful than ever before.
No child will be safe. Anywhere.
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I have a love/hate relationship with this book
Yes, having all the different voices makes it much better then reading the print version. Horror is a genre in general that I prefer in audio.
It wasn't this way until the very end, but Alan most definitely. He makes a decision that shows a level of selflessness and courage that many others cannot match, and does it with very little thought.
Jake Urry is by far one of the bests horror narrators I have come across. His voice beings a level of intensity and dread that really brings the creepiness of the book to life.
Sadness and respect. I know that these are just characters in a book, but when you get into books as much as I do the characters do take on a life of their own and I felt great respect and sadness at the end of this book.
I received this book free from the narrator via audiobookboom for an unbiased review.
- Nate Jenks
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