Trailer ✓ TESCARA PDF by É Sahara Foley

Trailer ✓ TESCARA PDF by É Sahara Foley A quick, enjoyable, creepy read If you love horror stories that make you want to leave the lights on at night, and induce paranoia about everyday activities, this short novel is just the thing for you Delivers very nicely, from start to finish A lot better than most of the stuff coming down the pipeline these days Don t sit on the toilet.
The cover of this book caught my interest, the first time I saw it as did the title I am a huge Stephen King fan and I love horror Who can resist picking up a book called It lived in the basement And I wasn t disappointed Though the story is short, it is engrossing It has been well written and keeps your attention throughout For the best experience, switch off the lights, get under the blanket and read it with a flashlight Sahara Foley has an exceptional style of writing and I hope to readhorror stories from this talented author.
This Is An Alternate Cover Edition For ASIN BDXWDOOne Day Your Three Cats Disappear, The Next Day, Your Girlfriend And You Think Something That S Living In Your Basement Killed Them You Ve Seen It Before, Out Of The Corner Of Your Eye, But Told Yourself It Was One Of The Cats Now, You DisappearAt A Gruesome Murder Scene, Detective Carter And Sergeant Alvarez Must Uncover The Truth Of How The Victim Actually Died What They Discover Is Evidence Of An Unknown Creature Do They Dare Go Into The Basement To Confront It Who Will Survive Just when you thought you had outgrown that fear of THE BASEMENT, cue evil music Sahara Foley comes along and gives us all onereason to avoid THE BASEMENT Animals and people alike are disappearing after going into the basement Where did they go What happened to them What is killing them and does it live in your basement or are you just one stop in a row of many It Lives in the Basement is a dark and gruesome tale of suspense and horror, and the police are baffled What they discover is a nightmare of epic proportions, brutal and gory They are legion and no one is safe Will they live to tell the tale or willbrave souls become fodder for the creatures hiding below the earth Where did they come from and why do they seem indestructible The questions are endless, the answers are few, but the danger is everywhere and just maybe, the Man, if I were running for the position of president of the USA, I would totally abolish basements Who is with me This horror novel wastes no time in getting readers wondering the hell is going on and why people are going missing in the same house This is a horror that does contain a lot of violence, blood, guts and gore, but not just for the sake of it There is an interesting story behind the events, told by a police officer who believes the cause of the disappearances is down to something he s been looking into for years.
I liked the mix of characters and personalities, and how everyone had a reason for wanting to help investigate the disappearances The pace of the story varies Sometimes it s frantic, whilst in other parts it s slower as the possibilities to solve the case are explored and discussed One scene in particular made me squirm as I read Any other men who read this book will know which part I mean The ending did seem a bit sudden I was hoping foras I wa NO JUST NO.
This had to be a joke I was totally duped I m annoyed This was an awful novella.
Review later today.
K I finished this book It was entertaining and interesting I liked the plot but would have enjoyed itif it was developed better into a longer story withtwists and turns I would have loved for this book to have had a better ending Did I enjoy reading it Yes Would I read it ever again No I change my rating from 2 to 3 stars I amthan half way through this book and in some ways I love this book and in other ways I hate it I love the originality of the story, it is definitely keeping my attention I hate all of the many typos I keep coming across Who edited this book I do not find this book, so far, very scary I have actually laughed a lot at some of the so called scary parts I would categorize thisas Bizarro Fiction than I would Thriller or Horror To me, I find this story to bestrange, unnatural and bizarre Anyway,

46% five star reviews Hmmm, someone has a lot of friends, don t they So now for an honest review I picked this one up after numerous Goodreads recommendations without realising that it s self published I normally avoid self published work for good reason the traditional publishing route has a manuscript judged by an agent and at least one editor before it reaches the public There s a level of pre release criticism from industry professionals that, while not always comfortable for the author, at least has him or her attending to any weaknesses before the work is printed Not so with self publishing.
IT LIVES IN THE BASEMENT it has to be said, that s a truly brilliant title has, at heart, some good ideas, and because I It Lives in the Basement should be required reading on Halloween night especially when out camping the woods This novella is a great monster story guaranteed to ensure that you never see a toilet in the same way again or ignore that little flutter in the shadows you think is a trick of light The author starts us on this dark journey with a cold opening that tells us immediately what we re in for Police Lieutenant Flynn has been called in to investigate the disappearance of John Sempek and Pat Forbes, a couple living with their three cats in a house on South 18th Street When he discovers a notebook left by John, Flynn like the reader, is immediately drawn in The novella can be broken up into three separate acts beginning with Lt Flynn s journey into John Sempek s mind through his notebook John is a writer who is aware that his imagination can s

Sahara Foley

Trailer ✓ TESCARA PDF by É Sahara Foley Born and raised in Omaha Ne I met the love of my life here and we were together for 30 years before he passed on 12 25 12 The stories that I m publishing are his brain children He loved writing, but never had any luck getting his stories published back in the late 1980 s and early 1990 s.So now, with the advent of self publishing and him glaring over my shoulder, I m finally able to bring his c