Publish date: November 27th 2012
Pages no: 216
Edition language: English
Great story until the end. Felt rushed and unfinished.
I thought I would re-post this review, since The Hoard is only $1.99 today, in the U.S. This is a great chance for you to grab your copy on the cheap! :) I loved this book! I've been a fan of Alan Ryker since I read Burden Kansas. I thought it might be hard for him to live up to a story that was t...
She builds.She gathers. She grows.She heaps. She reaps. She sows.She obtained, received, procured.She defected, infected, endured.by Nikki2.5 StarsI don't know why I'm not excited by this read? Maybe it was the son who was scared of his momma and making wrong decisions at every turn. Or, the wife wh...
Skin craawlingly goodThis is my first Alan Ryker read and on the strength of it will most definitely not be the last.The story revolves around Anna and her son Peter. Anna is a hoarder, whose family home is now uninhabitable. She is forced to stay with Peter and his family whilst APS assess her home...
The hot and sultry farmlands of Kansas are the setting for this short but snappy little horror story by a new name to me in the horror genre Alan Rkyer. Anna Grish a lonely old woman eking out an existence is visited one day by a mysterious alien creature looking for a "host" for his hoard of invadi...
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