Lake Nutaq : Berkley Street Series

  • by Ron Ripley
  • Narrated by Thom Bowers
  • Series: Berkley Street Series
  • 6 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Running from his own demons, Shane Ryan ends up in a cozy little cabin in New Hampshire waiting out a snowstorm. Despite the idyllic setting of ice frosted trees and snow covered lawns, Shane's peaceful hideout is suddenly plunged into chaos. A Micmac ghost army, led by Broken Nose, goes on a rampage of torture and murder. Shane may be a ghostbusting expert, but without his fighting gear, his chances are slim in winning the battle against a supernatural horde.
With Shane missing, Frank knows deep in his gut that his friend is in trouble. He pulls out all the stops and enlists the help of The Englishman, a lunatic who has a passion for killing. They both head to the one place Shane might be - Lake Nutaq.
As the trio prepares for battle, Shane realizes it's time to fight fire with fire, rage with rage and death with death! When they face Broken Nose, Shane sees the medicine man has commandeered an army of the dead to carry out his brutal blood killings. Frank and Shane live on the edge of danger but nothing could have prepared them for the malevolent evil unleashed to destroy them....


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Customer Reviews

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Shane's hands are full!

I think I keep saying it with each addition to the series, but this has to be my favourite so far!! Shane is in way over his head here!!

So this one sees Shane set out from his house to clear his head, but he ends up stuck in a snow storm and stranded on Lake Nutaq. Things here are bad! Shane finds himself in the midst of an army of ghosts, lead by Broken Nose. Shane doesn't have any of his gear, nor a way to contact anyone. How will he get out of it this time??

How much more can Shane take? He is battered and bruised, and missing pieces of himself, but he still fights, and that's why I love this series so much. He is just so strong and brave and selfless. He seems to be getting emotionally better and stronger and just all round awesomer ;)

I love the authors ability to create memorable settings and even more memorable ghosts. Patience and Broken Nose were some of the worst! I also love seeing the flash back scenes and getting to know more on how the ghosts came to be.

This series is one of my favourites. The author never fails to grab my attention and give me chills. Each book is better than the previous ones and each leaves me wanting more. I can't wait to see what the author has in store for Shane next!

Thom Bowers really knows how to capture the essence of the story and knows how to bring the scariness and spookiness to life. He has also portrayed Shane perfectly. He brings across Shane's personality really well and always keeps me entertained.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife

My fav horror series!

Where does Lake Nutaq rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This book ranks somewhere in the middle but that doesn't actually say much because most of the audiobooks I've listened to have been excellent. As for this series, this book ranks perhaps 3rd.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

It certainly did! I started reading yesterday and didn't want to stop! I don't usually finish books within 2 days but when they're this good, I power through them. There were some new twists that kept me wondering what would happen next. Shane was in so much danger that I wondered (yet again...I need to accept that he's secretly immortal) if he would survive.

Which scene was your favorite?

Without giving anything away, there's a scene with Patience and a bunch of hands that's pretty darn cool. It's the hands. I wasn't expecting the hands.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I was worried Shane might not make it. And after Courtney's death I always have a lingering fear that Frank won't survive. I like Shane and all and am sincerely attached to his character, but Frank's awesome! I don't want him to die!

Any additional comments?

Start with the first book if you're new to the series. I'm sure they can be read separately, but the first book's the best. The narrator really pulls you in. I think I've read the entire series with audiobooks instead of using my eyeballs to read it myself. For me, these characters will forever sound like the narrator...and that's a good thing. ;) hehe

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- Kathryn A St John

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-31-2017
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