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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Shane's hands are full!
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As Usual an Entertaining Read
Yes. I am a fan of Shane Ryan's and enjoy his adventures. Even if his idea of an adventure is narrowly dodging death. Additionally, I am glad Shane has a bevy of friends willing (living and dead) willing to die for Shane (haha!). Shane is the good guy willing to die to protect others.
The voices of our characters. Thom Bowers gives voice to Shane, Carl, and Frank in a way that would be lost if I only read the book. It's easier to identify with a character when you can hear the character speak.
I did listen to it in one sitting. I traveled from one state to another listening to the entire story.