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The Hungry Ones - Chris Sorensen
The Hungry Ones
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At the outskirts of Maple City sits the Crossroads Motel, a throwback to the days when the motor lodge was king. Two years ago, the motel was the site of an act so brutal that its buildings were left to rot. Jessie Voss, however, sees promise in the Crossroad's bare bones and buys it up,... show more
At the outskirts of Maple City sits the Crossroads Motel, a throwback to the days when the motor lodge was king. Two years ago, the motel was the site of an act so brutal that its buildings were left to rot.

Jessie Voss, however, sees promise in the Crossroad's bare bones and buys it up, determined to breathe new life into the place.

When the Larson family shows up on her doorstep, road-weary and desperate for a break, Jessie offers them lodging, even though her grand opening is still a week away.

But the arrival of guests awakens the motel, and Jessie soon finds herself host to both the living and the dead.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780998342429 (0998342424)
Publisher: Harmful Monkey Press
Pages no: 315
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
Series: The Messy Man (#2)
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
4.0 THE HUNGRY ONES by Chris Sorensen
THE HUNGRY ONES is the second book in THE MESSY MAN series. I read it immediately after finishing the first. I'm so glad I did! Reading them back to back kept all the characters fresh in my mind. The action starts at a motel which shut down after a gunman went crazy and killed a bunch of customers...
Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it
4.0 The Hungry Ones by Chris Sorensen
THE HUNGRY ONES picks up soon after the events that tortured the little family in THE NIGHTMARE ROOM and adds a new setting and several new characters. I read the Nightmare Room in July 2018 so it’s been awhile and my memories are a tad bit fuzzy. I was able to follow along but wish I had read them ...
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