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Tale of the Mothman's Return (The Enoc Tales) (Volume 3) Paperback – October 1, 2017
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Otherwise, this story was very believable. Although this story involves aliens, folklore legends, and many other paranormal aspects, I never had any trouble believing these things could actually happen. Everything supernatural was explained in such a way that it just felt right.
For anyone who has read the previous books in the series, you'll notice several references and a couple recurring characters. If you haven't read the rest of the series, you won't be missing any vital information; the series thus far is designed for the reader to be able to pick up any of the books and be able to understand what's going on. If this is your first book, you'll probably be compelled to read the rest of the series.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking to get lost in a story.
This time Edison ponders the significance of the numerous Mothman sightings and the Silver Bridge collapse in Point Pleasant, West Virginia in 1967. History records that in December of that year the bridge collapsed under mysterious conditions. It was rush hour and 46 people lost their lives. In the months prior to the collapse, there was a slew of Mothman sightings. Was there a correlation?
Fast forward 50 years and discover the significance of that event as it begins to unfold once again. In "Tale of the Mothman's Return" Mr. Crux showcases a close-knit group of teens who encounter unexplained visits from Mothman, Men in Black, and UFOs. I know, WTF - but it really works.
One of the reasons I am so drawn to the books of Edison T. Crux' Enoch Tales is that the characters are so believable and well fleshed-out. And, the relationships are realistic too. "Tale of the Mothman's Return" builds on that skillset and goes to the next level. I even feel I know the supporting characters with all their quirks and insecurities. And, he does a wonderful job of interconnecting snippets of his first 2 Enoch Tales books (Tale of the Wisconsin Werewolf and Tale of the Twin-City Vampires).
First and foremost in my experience with this book I enjoyed the unique approach to the storyline. It kept me reading and kept me in surprise.
I strongly recommend you read this book for yourself.