Blaze thinks this is a great read!
The dead still hate!
John Backman specializes in inexplicable phenomena. The weirder the better. So when he gets a letter from a terrified man describing an old log home with odd whisperings, shadows that come alive, and rooms that disappear, he can’t resist the call. But the violence only escalates as soon as John arrives in the remote Alaskan village of Shida. Something dreadful happened there. Something monstrous. The shadows are closing in…and they’re out for blood.
My book review below:
5.0 out of 5 stars Forest Of Shadows Makes You Rethink Ghosts,
June 18, 2012
This review is from: Forest of Shadows (Paperback)Hunter Shea's Forest Of Shadows is deeply entrenched in . . .well,entrenched in shadows. I love shadows and the allure they have to hide evil which may or may not be lurking within. Mr Shea goes a step beyond and describes what could be present in the fringes of such darkness as well. This is a novel about a paranormal investigator who travels to Alaska to unravel one weird set of occurrences. Complete with a haunted house and ghosts, this chilling tale delivers more. Much more. I found it to be a spooky, something is in this room type of tale. The shadows have eyes. And the eyes are on the reader.
Samhain picked a great author in Hunter Shea!
A sparkling tale of horror from my damned friend Hunter Shea!