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- Publisher: Creativia; 2 edition (August 1, 2015)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0139SA5KE
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Doug describes the surroundings In a way that makes your skin chill and your body duck for cover. Immediately, I was making assumptions of what this bird might look like.
Before Erin's day officially begins as an officer, she is forced to take action. Erin continually has to justify her actions to her fellow community personnel! From her secret lover, Ben, who is a paramedic, to the husband of her best friend, who becomes a victim. As the plot is established, that sound continues and each time is followed by a creepy, bone-chilling event. With the thought that this 'thing' will be captured, each progression gets creepier. The Tik-tik doesn't stop anytime soon.
Doug's writing is so thorough, each description puts the reader right into the plot and you just have to keep reading until it's over!
Got to hand it to the author. He gave me a new monster. And it has a friend. They don’t waste any time wreaking havoc. By the time you hear the singing, it’s already too late.
In the beginning, I could understand how some of the characters reacted. Later on, when they knew they were dealing with something otherworldly, I questioned their actions. While you have to suspend your belief in order to enjoy a good horror story, I do feel these characters should have got their acts together sooner. But, what’s a good monster story without some sacrificial lambs.
You won’t hear me complaining about the monster. It was bizarre. And the ending. It was a crazy showdown.
It was a jumbled collection of view points and mixed up tenses. It was very difficult to get into a flow.
It was enough to keep the curiosity up and find out what songs tik-tik tik-tik.