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Witching Hour: Scary Horror Story with Supernatural Suspense (Witching Hour Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 157 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 1 in Witching Hour Series
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"I recommend this book and am looking forward to the next one!" - Reader
"The only thing worse than dreaming about monsters is to have them still be part of your life once you wake up. Looking forward to reading subsequent books in the series." - D.K.
"This is a good horror story and hopefully another book will follow!" - Reader
"Gripping.Terrifying how guilt can play with a man's mind. Witching Hour begins with a thrust of blood and carries you from that beginning to the present. Awesome story for those who enjoy fast paced horror." - Reader
"I could really empathize with the main character. I can't even imagine living with guilt and nightmares every night. Waking up to having them there still with you. This book was creepy but really a fun read. Good job Mr. Nasser! You nailed it!" - Maureen
"I am a huge fan of Nasser and here he is at his best. It was a wonderfully twisted tale that had me reading all night, caught up in what would happen next. A truly excellent book. Fitting the season and spirit of tales of terror for Halloween. I loved it." - Shawne
"A very compelling and fast paced story. Definitely worth the read." - A.B.
"Perfect to read on cold gloomy nights. A real page turner!" - Ramona D.
"Great writing, excellent plot. Highly recommended for horror fans." - Dani P.
"A very well written, fast paced, easy to follow ghost story. Kept me interested from page one." - Genalynn
"Nasser is an excellent writer, and I really enjoyed the book. This is a great book for Halloween." - Michael B.
From the Inside Flap
The world was on fire.
- File size : 320 KB
- Publication date : October 31, 2017
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : ScareStreet.com (October 31, 2017)
- ASIN : B076GZ3YFC
- Language: : English
- Print length : 157 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1978354231
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #859,215 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This was such a great concept! It's my first book by this author, though I do have some of his other ones already on my kindle, but it won't be my last. I loved everything about this and read it in just over a day. The plot was well written and developed. It takes a little bit to figure out what it's about, but once you do, it was fast paced, entertaining and addicting. I loved the idea of the witching hour!! The whole story was intriguing and written in such a way that makes it hard to put down.
I loved Kyle and Aley, a girl he meets who is a big fan of his! I loved that Kyle is an author and writes horror stuff. He has had so much to deal with and his reaction to finding out about the prophecy felt real. I liked seeing the relationship between him and Aley grow a little! I also liked the intriguing Connor Fegan! Let's hope we learn more about him!
In all, this was a fast paced and entertaining read. While there are quite a few unanswered questions, it still made for scary read. I look forward to seeing the answers to some of the questions I have!! Bring on book 2.
The story did feel a little too fast in some places, and I had trouble believing that the heroine would get involved with the hero's situation quite so deeply or so fast based on their brief acquaintance. I was also left with questions, and things felt a little unfinished since this is a series, but overall I enjoyed the book.
Fast-forward decades later, the child born with eyes as black as tar that stole the last breath from his mother, is a successful author with an ideal family life. Not sure how that happened, but the happy part doesn’t last long. The demons he dreams about that show him the other fire engulfed world decide that while he is hard to silence, his wife and child are not. Little does he know that the demons continue thier taunt because he is the only one that can stop them. Also, unbeknownst to him and the good doc, Kyle was born into a prophecy in which he is the key to stopping the spread of evil on earth. Will he succeed?
As is the norm with Scare Street offerings, Witching Hour serves up plenty of scares and gruesome fun. I had the Audible.com version of this book and the narration made it even more scary. The title alludes to more books in this series and the ending makes it seem as though there will be. I hope so.
I found the very beginning of the book a bit confusing so it took me a little while to get into it. Once I got into the plot, the beginning made a lot more sense. I'm not sure if more explanation was needed at the beginning, and needed to be tied into the plot sooner, or what. I just know that to me, there seem to be a continuity issue.
Once I got into the story, it was very riveting. The only thing worse than dreaming about monsters is to have them still be part of your life once you wake up. That is the basic premise of this book's plot. The fact that the dreams were extreme nightmares brought on by the character's real life experiences, somehow made the monster seem even more hideous.
It is obvious from the ending that this is part of the series. Although the fate of this monster is resolved, you can tell of that there are others lurking at the edges of the main character's life. I don't envy him, but I do look forward to seeing what is waiting there for him. I am looking forward to reading subsequent books in the series.