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But what caused the rain? Is it just in Bixby or is it everywhere else? How long will it last and will anyone survive? Your curiosity is captured by the writer, completely captivated until you've read the very last page and all the answers are revealed. The Characters are well developed, the storyline well thought out, the flow of events keeping the reader engaged. I would definitely recommend this one to others.
NOTE: I received a temporary copy of this book as my Monthly Prime Members, Library Loan.
The concept of the novel is interesting and there were some scenes that worked well. I wanted to really like this novel since I’m generally a fan of Laymon’s work, but there were several things holding this novel back. One thing is that there were some weak characters in this novel, especially a trio of teens and their girlfriends who didn’t need the rain to become fiendishly evil. They didn’t come off as real characters to me. I also thought that there was some inconsistency in how the characters reacted to the black rain that wasn’t well explained. There was also some over the top violence in some places. Overall, I thought it was an enjoyable read but not something that I would consider a great horror novel.
Carl Alves – author of Conjesero
This really was a fast paced book with a lot of action. The story doesn't waste any time getting into the action and just jump starts the story. I did enjoy this story and it kept my attention but it did have some plot holes. Still it wasn't bad.
Black rain is falling from the sky, turning people evil. Simple concept that Laymon executed very well. I have bought from other authors books with similar concepts such as Blake Crouch's Run. While some were good and some were bad, Laymon is still King.
This is another excellent book in that vein. This time a mysterious black rain falls on a town and everyone who is struck by it turns into a enraged killer. As is also normal, a wide number of characters are all involved in the story and each and every one of them seems real. And that tops off what you would expect from a horror novel: a good story, excellent characters and a fast paced read. Definitely a recommendation!