Summer. Massachusetts.An old Silver Wraith with a frightening history. A story about one serial killer and his lingering, unfinished business.Anyone could be next.We're going to Christmasland . . .NOS4A2 is an old-fashioned horror novel in the best sense. Claustrophobic, gripping and terrifying,... show more
Summer. Massachusetts.An old Silver Wraith with a frightening history. A story about one serial killer and his lingering, unfinished business.Anyone could be next.We're going to Christmasland . . .NOS4A2 is an old-fashioned horror novel in the best sense. Claustrophobic, gripping and terrifying, this is a story that will have you on the edge of the seat while you read, and leaving the lights on while you sleep. With the horrific tale of Charles Manx and his Silver Wraith, Joe Hill has established himself as the premiere horror and supernatural thriller writer of his generation.
Publish date: April 30th 2013
Pages no: 704
Edition language: English
3.75 starsI have a few mixed feelings about this book. At times it felt like an adult horror. I really got into certain scenes. Other times, it felt like more of toned down horror, like it was aimed at a younger audience maybe. Overall, I did enjoy it.
Vic could create portal in her mind and travel through it. Cool trick. Only if she could believe it herself. This is the story about a group of portal creators, among them a killer who preyed on children. So Vic is trying to deal with her ability alone without much help from her parents. She ...
N0S4A2 is a standalone horror story written by Joe Hill, son of Stephen King. This was my first time reading anything he’d written. Maybe it’s because I read a lot more fantasy than I do horror, but this book felt as much like a fantasy book to me as it did a horror book. I guess that line is a l...
I don't venture into the horror genre that often but in honor of Christmas fast approaching, I decided to give this one a try and I'm glad that I did, although, this certainly isn't a Dickens type of Christmas story! It's a supernatural suspense about a girl who can travel on her bicycle to other di...
I called it quits at the 42% mark and skimmed the ending. I wasn’t tempted to go back and finish reading the rest of it. It doesn’t really seem necessary to understand the ending. It just means I missed a few details, but by the 42% mark I’d pretty much stopped caring. Vic was somewhat interesting...