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Masterton currently lives in Surrey, England. This would have been ok for a first novel, but for someone who’s been publishing books since I was one year old it was a disappointment.
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She promises this land to the man procuring the Wendigo’s services. She gets mixed up with a PI who is of native American descent and he puts her in touch with a couple of native Americans who send out an ancient spirit called ‘the Wendigo’ to hunt down the children. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Graham Masterton. Oct 26, Nora Peevy rated it liked it. It took me a while to get into this one, but when John Shooks shows up, it takes a turn into new territory.
Unable to masteron her kids she waits for weeks for the help from FBI but when all conventional methods of search come up with no results, she turns to a darker side for help. Mar 31, Kasia rated it it was amazing. Graham is my favorite writer. In turn she is lead into a world that is grsham her understanding and is noway fraham for. This is a fantastic book. Apr 07, Matt Garcia rated it it was amazing.
Easy to follow, creepy page-turner AND none of the book fell stagnant, which I really like in a book. I wish some of the male characters Bennie, in particularwasn’t so try-hard.
I love the strong, perservering type, not the defeated, whiny ones that you wanna kill yourself. He sniffs for tracks of her missing children and disappears to take his revenge on the person who took them. It was just okay for me. This was okay, for the first half I was really hooked and enjoying it.
His wife and agent Wiescka died on 27 Aprilaged May 29, Lavell rated it liked it. Her children grsham been taken. There are a few macabre scenes that shone, but not enough to make this more than an average read for me. A fast moving thriller that had good cadence until the end which, for me,turned a bit into more of a movie ending, but all in all a good book for October spook reads. Paperbackpages.
Another great read from Graham Masterton.
Jul 25, Amy rated it it was ok. Burroughs Burroughs has co-author credit. There’s also a character in this who seems to be a bit of a slimy antagonist at times, yet he receives no commupence at all – which is strange as Masterton seemed hellbent on killing every other character he’d introduced. And then, you know, things go south from there.
See, this woman’s in real estate and could have the ability to hand over to the local tribe a piece of land stolen from them years ago. Ahh, this was an easy read. Mar 19, Anna rated it liked it. View all 5 comments.
Edgewise by Graham Masterton
Graham Masterton was born in Edinburgh in I have never not been entertained by one of his novels. This is the second Masterton book I’ve read, and I enjoyed both. When things go awry Lily realizes she took on more than she could handle and the horrific invisible to some demon is out on a hunt for her and her family.
Edgewise is a definite page-turner that provides thrills and some chills. I love Graham Masterton’s work, always have, he can really do no wrong, he’s such a great imaginative author and his books are always such reliably good reads.
Edgewise is his newest work out in paperback and this time the topic deals with Native American spirits and folklore. She didn’t think he could really do it. Its her stupid attitudes to everything that cause a lot of bloodshed and murders, in some ways it would have been a better pay-off if she’d been killed by the wendigo but instead some daft sub-plot comes into play about an ancient God rising up. Graham Masterton’s debut as a horror author began with The Manitou ina chilling aendigo of a Native American medicine man reborn in the present day to exact his revenge on the white man.