Bob Drifter is a substitute teacher with a secret. He seems like no more than a polite young man who loves to read and mentor students in his free time. Yet on the side, Bob takes part in some rather strange extracurricular activities that soon attract the attention of local police. For some reason, people have a way of dying around him. It's not his fault. Maybe he just hangs around people who are already dying. Maybe he has bad timing.
But Bob knows better. He has a secret mission that must be completed before he ends up in prison or raises the ire of the most frightening individual in the supernatural world. No pressure. A terrifying new force has set foot into Bob's life, and a string of ghastly mutilations follows this figure wherever he goes. Now Bob has to keep his own secrets, protect his students, and fulfill his mentor's wishes. Welcome to the world of those who watch over the dead.
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Can't wait for the movie!!!
- Robert Solly
Great Paranormal Thriller
I'm a sucker for print, but Clark and Furlong do a great job bringing the story to life.
Got to love Bob. Just a nice "guy" trying to make it in a world where he saves kids one mind at a time and comforts the dying. I also enjoyed the darkness of Grimm, as far as bad guys go, he delivers. There are also some very enjoyable dialogue exchanges between detectives who are constantly dogging Bob as he tries to deal with his own existence and responsibilities.
Furlong does an outstanding job voicing the story and brings to life many aspects of the characters. Clark delivers well, but the audio for her seemed a little choppy as if each sentence was cut and pasted into a timeline.
This book is very well written, it would be a shame to pass it up. If you enjoy paranormal thrillers full of suspense and well written dialogue you will regret passing this one up. There are some deeper meanings one can glean from the writing as Weech tackles the most basic of human fears, the fear of death. Hoping to see more from Weech in the future.