The Shell Collector
Publish date: April 1st 2005
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Pubns
Pages no: 116
Edition language: English
Series: Cemetery Dance Novella Series (#18)
This one was a disappointment on so many levels. "The Shell Collector" started off strong with great character development and a haunting scene on a boat where the protagonist first encounters the Shell Collector. The story just unravels from there.The emotions in the tale fell flat, the conclusions...
It comes in with the tideand the heavy rains.Stealing the bodies of the closest or those in graves.The Shell Collector risesand when the water does fall.It'll be like it was never,here at all.by Nikki2.5 StarsA quick creature feature read that could have been better.
Golden is a good writer and as monster romps go, this is ok, but this novella just doesn't deliver much. No build up of suspense. I was hoping for a good historical legend of a sea monster and it just didn't happen. We are told superficial bits about the creature but get none of its history or ori...