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- Print Length: 151 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: ScareStreet.com; 1 edition (May 20, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 20, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07D2MD3QG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #672,584 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Nightmare Revelation: Supernatural Suspense with Scary & Horrifying Monsters (Nightmare Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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From the Inside Flap
"Hello there, darling," said the security guard. "Knocking off early, are we? Bit naughty!"
The young woman with long, dark hair said nothing, simply continued to walk toward the exit. The guard walked after her, keeping a few yards behind so he could take a long look at her figure.
Weird, the guard thought. She's normally one of the chatty ones. What's her name again? Maria? Most of them are called Maria. Damn, now if I call her Maria, she'll be peeved.
He picked up his pace to overtake the woman, noting that she was still wearing her overalls. And one of her shoelaces had come unfastened. He pointed this out to her and she stopped, bent down, and started to fasten the lace again. Her hands, he noticed, moved clumsily, as if she were suffering from severe cold. Yet it was not particularly chilly indoors.
"In a hurry, are we?" he said.
Again, there was no response. Instead, the woman stood up and walked to the exit where a large sliding door sealed Hobs Lane off from the rest of the city. The guard hurried forward again, taking out his key card.
"Here you go, love," he said, swiping the card, then tapping in a code on a keypad. An electric motor whined and the door began to lift slowly, revealing the sidewalk. The guard looked down at the woman, who was staring blankly ahead.
"Long day, I bet?" he offered. "Mine's just starting, of course."
"Yes," she said, without looking at him. "Long day. I go home now."
The guard felt suddenly resentful of her attitude. He had been kind to this woman in the past, offering her cups of tea, overlooking her occasional tardiness. And now she was treating him in such an offhand manner.
Stuck-up bitch, he thought. What's she got to feel so superior about?
"Well, don't do anything I wouldn't do," he grunted. "So that leaves you free to do just about-"
His hand was almost on the woman's right butt cheek when her hand shot around behind her and grabbed his wrist. The small, delicate-looking head spun, dark hair flying.
"Hey," he protested, "it was just a bit of fun."
The woman stepped forward, her small, cool hand still gripping his wrist like a vice. Now he could see her face more clearly, her eyes were great, dark pools with no apparent boundary between pupil and iris.
Did she have those eyes before? Of course she did. I just didn't notice, is all.
He began to struggle against her grip, brought his other hand up in a threatening gesture, only to have her seize that one too. The guard felt a sudden terror, an awareness that he was alone with this apparent madwoman.
"So alone," she murmured, and a small, oddly dark tongue flicked across her lips. "So frightened."
Then, as quickly as it had begun, the weird confrontation ended. The woman freed his arms and ducked under the still-rising door. He cursed after her, feeling brave again. The door rose up a couple of feet higher and revealed an empty street. He closed the main door and went back to check on the cleaners' store room.
"Bloody hell!" he exclaimed. "She didn't even put her damn bucket away."
He set off back to his desk to fill out a report.
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Book number three in the Nightmare Series, the face snatchers plight continues - they are looking for a way to be freed from their dying world and to escape beings even scarier than them. ‘Borrowing’ cute and innocent human forms they continue their quest of taking over this side of the world. What lurks below the surface of the doppelgängers (that also read minds) is the stuff that nightmares are made out of. Quick nasty beings with razor sharp teeth and claws, they are not afraid to brutally kill all that dare try to stop them. Indeed, they are humans greatest fear for they are the very things that go bump in the night.
Will the face stealers succeed in taking over this part of the world? The only way to find out is to read this book!
This book was so gripping that I read it in one sitting. I just had to know what was coming next. Suddenly, not only are the once isolated incidents of Interlopers becoming more frequent, their targets are beginning to make a sinister sense. On top of that, Dark Stars and Soul Eaters seem to be sliding into our reality, too.
Can the members of the foundation trust it? Will they follow orders or do things their own way. Whichever they decide, there will be casualties.
What is it about weird Chairman Benson and his never-seen board of directors? Would Denny or Frankie ever go back to the other dimension? What did time in the Soul Eater do to them? Is Lucy really dead or alive?
Find the answers to these questions and a few other secrets as you enjoy the quest to save life as we know it.
The only thing keeping me from giving this book five stars is that I felt the ending was a bit abrupt. I could see the potential for more meat in it but there is a bit of a surprise ending, so it was somewhat redeemed.
Overall, this is an excellent series and well worth the time.
The only complaint I have with Kindle Unlimited is how long your reviews must be before it allows them to be submitted. This is why I don't leave reviews that often. About the only reason for a reader like me to leave reviews is that it helps me keep track of what I have and haven't read.
I enjoyed this book. I received an ARC for my honest review.