Seer in the Dark (The Shadows in Light #1)

Seer in the Dark The Shadows in Light An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here Ben s life changed when an online friend sent him data that showed creatures that he thought only existed in nightmares These creatures became even r

  • Title: Seer in the Dark (The Shadows in Light #1)
  • Author: J.P. Carver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here.Ben s life changed when an online friend sent him data that showed creatures that he thought only existed in nightmares These creatures became even real when a strange man with a pack of zombie dogs showed up on his doorstep, wanting the data and perhaps Ben s life But the man is only a messenger, working for a An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here.Ben s life changed when an online friend sent him data that showed creatures that he thought only existed in nightmares These creatures became even real when a strange man with a pack of zombie dogs showed up on his doorstep, wanting the data and perhaps Ben s life But the man is only a messenger, working for a powerful entity known as Umbrella Man Ben s only chance of making it through the night comes from a white haired woman with a shotgun and it soon becomes clear that the data isn t the only thing the Umbrella Man is after.

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    1. Seer in the Dark kept me on edge almost the whole time I read it. It was almost constant action and chaos as the main character Benjamin gets dragged along for a ride that he didn’t ask for. I had a hard time putting the book down at times, because I just wanted to see what would happen next. J. P. Carver did an amazing job at creating nightmarish creatures. When I took a break from reading and walked through my house at night I kept having this creepy feeling, probably similar to what the mai [...]

    2. While this book did hold my attention at the start of reading, it failed to carry through to the end. I began to wish it would hurry up and end.

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