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Beware the Night quotes Beware the Night, litcharts Beware the Night, symbolism Beware the Night, summary shmoop Beware the Night, Beware the Night 1cf9d8ce A New Kid In Town A Demented Gang Of Bullies An Ancient Evil The City Of Crofton Is About To Face Its Worst Nightmare Adam And His Father, The Enigmatic Dr Alfred Novello, Arrive At The Small City Of Crofton, Looking For A Fresh Start After The Death Of Adam S Mother But Soon, Adam Meets A Troubled Kid Named Macs Pronounced Max , Who Drags Adam Into A Terrible Nightmare Of Ancient Evil To Make Matters Worse, Adam And His New Friend Attract The Attention Of A Vicious Gang Of Bullies Who Call Themselves The Ghosts And Who Want Adam Dead With His Father Wallowing In His Own Grief, Adam And Macs Have No One To Turn To For Help Against The Evil They Are About To Face, An Evil That Has Been Waiting For Centuries To Tear Crofton ApartFrom The Acclaimed Author Of Coffin X And Phantasms, Comes This Dark And Thrilling Coming Of Age Novel A Must Read For Fans Of Stephen King S It, Peter Straub S Shadowland, Robert McCammon S A Boy S Life, Christopher Golden S Straight On Til Morning, And The Cult Classic The Monster SquadThis Is The Third Book In The Crofton Cycle , A Series Of Loosely Connected Books Which Feature Recurring Characters And ThemesA Kale Is The Author Of Seven Books, Including The Acclaimed Collection TOWARD THE TH GHOST, And PHANTASMS A NOVELPraise For A Kale If You Re A Fan Of The Paranormal, You Ll Want To Give This One A Look Filmfanaddict Genuinely Haunting Bloodtype Online The Stories Are Compelling Rogue Cinema


10 thoughts on “Beware the Night

  1. says:

    This wasn t a very long book a novella, in fact, so imagine my surprise when I got to about seventy three percent and I d reached the epilogue Good grief, I thought This is going to be a mighty long epilogue It wasn t, of course It only took up about two percent The remaining twenty five percent was dedicated to excerpts from other books the author s So I felt a tad cheated, if not just a little disgruntled by this.That said, it s not a bad YA horror novel Horror isn t up there amongst This wasn t a very long book a novella, in fact, so imagine my surprise when I got to about seventy three percent and I d reached the epilogue Good grief, I thought This is going to be a mighty long epilogue It wasn t, of course It only took up about two percent The remaining twenty five percent was dedicated to excerpts from other books the author s So I felt a tad cheated, if not just a little disgruntled by this.That said, it s not a bad YA horror novel Horror isn t up there amongst my favourite genres, but I did actually find myself rather glued to the pages Adam and his father, Dr Alfred Novello, lead a rather nomadic existence, never staying in one town for very long Crofton is where they find themselves, after the death of Adam s mother Their new apartment, Adam s new school, his new friend, Macs, and an unpleasant group of bullies called The Ghosts all combine to make Adam s arrival eventful, frightening, revealing and dangerous.A few editing errors, yes, but on the whole quite well written My reservations centre mainly on the somewhat stilted dialogue between Adam and Macs who became BFFs incredibly quickly, I thought , and their lack of character development If I had to describe either of them, I d be desperately short of words It was a slightly skinny story It neededmeat on its bones However, if you like horror and a quick read of a decently written shortish story, it won t disappoint


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    Beware the Night is a YA driven, horror novella perfect for tweens looking to read something a bit on the scary side The story is mysterious and interesting and will keep the younger audience reading and enjoying The monsters in this story are unique, which is a plus I also felt the pacing of this story was on point.On the technical side, there were a few problems, which is why I had to give Beware the Night 3 stars instead of 4 There seemed to be some occasional missing periods and misspe Beware the Night is a YA driven, horror novella perfect for tweens looking to read something a bit on the scary side The story is mysterious and interesting and will keep the younger audience reading and enjoying The monsters in this story are unique, which is a plus I also felt the pacing of this story was on point.On the technical side, there were a few problems, which is why I had to give Beware the Night 3 stars instead of 4 There seemed to be some occasional missing periods and misspellings fate instead of fat I believe the dialog was a bit off putting and could have been a bitrealistic ifcontractions would have been used, especially within the dialog for Adam and Macs Overall, I did find Beware the Night to be an interesting story that I enjoyed reading I could very well see tweens loving this story This e book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review Book Hollow


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