"It was dark. He had pulled the curtain over the window, like usual, to keep out the light of the moon. Still he could feel it pulsing behind the thick layers of fabric, like water backing up at a dam, ready to explode at any second. But he had been careful. He had shut the window, too, so no faint ripple of wind could sweep back the curtains, and allow in the moonlight. "The precaution wasn't for himself, of course. It was for Him. Just in case."
Deep in the woods, the boy lives alone. Alone, that is, except for Him. A prisoner and a servant, the boy measures his life by the cycles of the moon, taking every precaution possible, knowing that one slip could mean the end. But when the boy discovers a secret deep in the woods, he uncovers the key to bringing down the entire, carefully constructed world around him. But will it mean the end for him, too?
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No, just NO! What a bad book!
- Frode "Norwegian in a English world!"
Muddled Werewolf Tale
If the story was clear, decisive and made sense. I really couldn't figure out what was happening through out the story. It was a lobar to listen to.
That there really wasn't any story.
None of them Although Jonathan Walters did an okay performance.
Disappointment, nausea and "thank god the book has finally ended"!!
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Don't waste your time with this book unless you want to be bored to death.