Dead Man's Song
Format: MP3 CD
Publish date: September 1st 2011
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Pages no: 2
Edition language: English
Series: Pine Deep (#2)
Whoa. What is a solid three-to-four star book starts to kick it up at the halfway mark and then hits hyperdrive in the explosive last act. I read the first book for Halloween bingo last year, and while I enjoyed it a lot, it wasn't a series that I felt that I HAD to return to immediately. I happened...
It was October when it happened. It should always be October when these things happen. In October you expect things to die. - First paragraph The terror continues in Pine Deep and I am scared, nervous and excited to see how this ends. I love the characters and can't wait to see others get what th...
Did I ever say how much I hate series books? The ending here was even worse, suspense-wise, than the first volume; you actually could have quit after Ghost Road Blues but here the cliffhanger is so unresolved that there is no way you cannot read the next book in the Pine Deep series, Bad Moon Rising...
I read Maberry's first book, "Ghost Road Blues" last year and enjoyed it thoroughly. I was only disappointed that the second book had not yet been published. "Dead Man's Song" is the second book (in what I am guessing will be a trilogy) and it does not disappoint, in fact, it is even better than the...
Before we view into my thoughts on Dead Man's Song I would like to say a few words about Jonathan Maberry. If you read the notes within the book Maberry is akin to or better than King, and I would warmly agree with this. What Stephen King is able to do so successfully is create small town America an...