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Season of Mist: A Novella

De : Paul Finch
Lu par : Greg Patmore
Durée : 4 h et 26 min

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Our last autumn of innocence. Star-spangled nights. Mist-wreathed woodland. A twisted shape watching coldly from the shadows.

Industrial Lancashire, 1974. The kids in the coal-mining town of Ashburn love the waning of the year. Fancy dress and scary stories for Halloween. Fireworks and treacle toffee on Guy Fawkes Night. And a month after that, snow and the approach of Christmas. But, this particular autumn will be memorable for entirely different reasons. Because, this year, someone is killing the children of Ashburn. Or should that be something?

While police and parents search for a maniac, Stephen Carter and his schoolmates know better. They may be on the cusp of adulthood, but there’s still enough of the youngster left in each of them to recognize the work of an evil supernatural being unique to these deserts of slag heap and coal tips.

A coming of age story from the dark imagination of Sunday Times best-selling crime and horror writer Paul Finch. A must for all fans of It, Stranger Things, and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.

"A born storyteller." (Peter James, author)

©2019 Brentwood Press trading as P&C Finch Ltd (P)2019 P&C Finch Ltd

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  • Olivia Wylie
  • 13/01/2020

A Classic Spooky Yarn

This spooky All Hallows story is a creepy boys' adventure in the spirit of Something Wicked This Way Comes and Thief of Time. A perfect chill for the Hallows' Eve Night

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  • Deedra
  • 27/04/2020

Season of Mist

This was a good read.A town legend about a miner that was in a mine accident starts coming true.A boy whos grandfather made up the story may be the only one to stop it.Greg Patmore was a fine narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • MDW 77
  • 29/03/2020

Gripping Thriller

I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
This is a creepy and suspense filled novel set in the 70's, before technology took over the free time of our youth. Teens are disappearing and a shroud of supernatural myths surround the murders, leaving the town baffled and scared. Can the police nab the perpetrator, and calm the fear? That is the question that kept me listening until the shocking conclusion. With lots of teenage shenanigans and excellent narration, this book had the feel of a true crime novel rather than fiction. Fans of Stephen King's IT, or the more recent Stranger Things, will love this gripping thriller!

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  • Blackeagle
  • 21/03/2020

Exciting and Intriguing

I must say that I loved this book it was well written and kept me on the edge of my seat. Greg Patmore's narration was absolutely perfect it sounded as if the story were a real memory. The characters are quirky and well developed. Myths, murder and a twist that truly gave me the creeps. I highly recommend this book if you like chills and thrills. I received this book at my request and I am voluntarily leaving my honest review here of my own volition.

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  • Mary Dean
  • 16/02/2020

Great coming of age mystery

I can't express enough how good this book is. Paul Finch is a new to me author and I definitely want to read more from him. This story was told in a true story teller fashion. And Greg Patmore narrating it gave it that much more magic. I felt like this was a story being told to me personally. It had me intrigued from the start. And when I reached the end I was full of so much surprise at the outcome. I was sad it was over. i didn't want the mystery and suspense to end. This is the coming of age tale told from Stephen Carter's point of view. It starts during Halloween season in 1974. As Stephen and his friends are dealing with growing up and discovering themselves and those around them, they also are dealing with kids their age being murdered in their town. Soon everyone is on high alert and there is a mystery that Stephen believes is caused by something supernatural. This story had a spooky feel to it that had me wondering if these kids had a big imagination or if something supernatural was responsible. I loved every minute of it. I highly suggest this to all suspense and mystery fans. You will be as entertained as I was.

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  • Bev Bowen
  • 28/12/2019

Very atmospheric

Listened to it while driving at night. Perfect amount of scary! Loved the 70s setting. Narrator did a great job

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  • Janalyn
  • 20/12/2019

A great scare!

When you’re young the fear of local folk tales and mythes are enough to keep you up at night especially if they were true? This is a really good book and that answers that question. If you like horror you’re going to love this book I did I thought it was great and having Greg Patmore read it can’t hurt. I love his voice especially in a horror. A great scare

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  • Connie
  • 13/12/2019

Didn't see that coming

I love the story, the time period the book was set in [the 70s], will definitely listen to this one again. The story had a surprising ending and the narrator did a great job.