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Now, they face their deadliest challenge yet. In the New Jersey Pine Barrens, a man named Henry Drexler operates a private compound called Välkommen, which is Swedish for "welcome". Indeed, Drexler welcomes all visitors - so long as they're racists, neo-Nazis, or otherwise in cahoots with the alt-right. But Drexler is no mere Hitler wannabe. Once he was Severance's mentor, and his research may well have summoned a monster to the Pine Barrens.
To find out the truth, Ben and Lindsay must enter the camp incognito. There, under the watchful eyes of Drexler's bodyguards and sociopathic son, they will learn that the most dangerous beasts lurk in the human heart.
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By Amazon Customer on 09-07-17
Trilogy loses it's steam
Doesn't hold up to the previous novels, I felt like it dragged until the last five chapters.It focused too much in the infiltration of the Nazi camp of the antagonist then the supernatural aspect that gave the other two novels there charm.The story seemed to weak compared to the other two towards the end alot of stuff seemed rush and to coincidental.Couldve send Ben and Lindsay a better farewell than this they deserve each other more than friends Mr.Schweigart gay or not.
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By PH on 01-27-18
Couldn't finish it.
As another reader/listener said: "it loses steam". It does lose steam. a lot of it in my opinion. The first two books I enjoyed. The beings brought into the world were creative in the first two books.---- This is a spoiler ---- the monster in this one was a golem? Seriously? If you don't know what that is you may like the book, but those who do know will also know how a golem behaves. After I found out what the creature was I started lose interest. I feel like the author focuses more on the female character being gay than the story. I don't like books that deal with that and heterosexual stuff also. I don't read it for smut. I want to know more about the supernatural creatures. That was what got me interested in the books to begin with. The first one was the best. The second one wasn't bad, but you can tell it started to lose a little steam. The third one just peters on out like the author just tried to wrap it up and got bored. This series might be for some, but it wasn't for me.
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