Jonathan Maberry: Bad Moon Rising Pine Deep #3

The most due to his suffering had to die in the end sighsInteresting was the afterword by the author who said that he had started writing this book influenced by his grandmother who must be from the area near me and told him creepy stories even when he was a little boy reminding me f my great grandmother He took those stories added some gypsy and ther folklore and VOIL I must applaud the author for much f his accuracy that thers can t seem to get right From the dhampirs to katanas and the correct characterization f martial artists no they aren t brainless thugs he put a lot f details in here that were meticulously and correctly researched and I liked that a lotAll in all I wasn t too sold at the beginning but am VERY happy I stayed with the story and read all f it because the books as well as the writing got better and this ne even deserves full marks 5 StarsThis is really a great trilogy that should not be missed by readers f horror and urban fantasyThis is all a third book Dicmatized 2: Bitter Sweet Revenge of a trilogy should be and Action action and bloody action Halloween c Last book in the series and it tied it up very nicely Highly recommended if you enjoy supernatural horror very fast paced action filled and entertaining It was an ugly uarter moon stained yellow red like bruised flesh and its sickle tip seemed to slash at the treetopsSo finally it has come to this the closing chapter in Jonathan Maberry s Pine Deep Horror Trilogy And it s been a rollicking hayride indeed Now according to the author s foreword this book can be read as a standalone I beg to differ Read it as it was meant to be read that s to say read the following two books first 1 Ghost Road Blues and 2 Dead Man s SongNown and forward Bad Moon Rising a review some random thoughts The face in the mirror stared at him hard as fists cold as nightIf you have by any chance read my reviews for the two books mentioned above you will already know that I have been enjoying this story a lot thus far The final book in any series is Martian Science Fiction: Scifi Novellas Set on Mars often the maker break book since it has the unenviable job The Witches Ball of tying up loose ends and wrapping things up in satisfactory fashion BMR does exactly this for the most part Night had fallen heavilyver Pine Deep He could feel it a silky wet darkness that was alive with predator and prey His body was Saving Charmaine: A Heaton Family Friends Series Book on fire to run into the shadows to melt with them seeking the human heat in the dark coldf OctoberThere is yet another departure in tone f sorts here BMR is longer than the ther Pine Deep books but action riented so it doesn t get bogged down However this is at the expense f those eerie spine tingling arm hair raising bits that I so enjoy No this was bad Whatever it was whatever it would turn The Deadline out to be this was badThe levelsf violence here reach just about apocalyptic proportions Red Wave anyone Interestingly though the weakest part f the story for me was when it all started going to hell in a hand basket Or the moment when all subtlety is chucked bodily ut the window Things get very ut f hand very uickly and the writing style changes to paragraph sized sn. Nia town are ut for a good time but those who live there are desperately trying to surviveTO A BLOODFESTFor a monstrous evil lives among them a savage presence whose malicious power has grown too powerful

The conclusion to the Pine Deep novels that poor benighted horror loving town is easily the best f the lot All the novels build and build to this epic blowout and I m honestly rather surprised how much I got into it by the endMike is easily getting most f my hero worship that poor abused teen but Crow is geeky awesome and Val kicks butt And most f all I enjoyed the great reveal about the weres and the vamps and the twist to the mythos None Shieldmaiden Book 1: Quest for the Jewel of it would be half as good if it hadn t built so slow and steady in the telling A mysterious big bad is always fun than anutright tell all though we do get that by the end If I had to compare this to anything I think Traficada: Diário de uma Escrava Sexual (Portuguese Edition) of Stephen King Just putting all threef these novels together would have been just fine Think epic horror The kind that goes through a few generations Encounter at Buff Ledge: A UFO Case History or a whole town Which this does With great detail Fun detail Want bloody Want an epic small town battle against the hoardsf evil Hell yeah This is definitely either an upgrade to the previous novels Carte touristique : Corse Sud : Ajaccio - Bonifacio or the payoff for getting through those two gives thisne all the credit Awesome Simply awesome And I am not even a big fan Regarde, c'est maman ! of vampires Or the heroesf this novel Still awesome from beginning to end horror writing at its finestSo I ll start with what I didn t like and believe me these are nit picky nothings that did NOT remo One negative Gosh there are a LOT The Bricklayer of typos in this book and in the previous books too Wonder where the editors heads were when they proofed this seriesAnyway the grand finale for this trilogy kept men the edge f my seat I was really worried about ur good guys as the Vinny: Victory Over Drugs, Death, and Degradation odds for conuering the growing evil were not in their favor I enjoyed all the mythology brought in by the author especially the dhampyr being The author hints that he might revisit Pine Deep sometime in the future and I ll be first in line for that if he does This marks the endf the trilogy about a cute little American town in the middle The Occult Detector (The Semi Dual Stories Book 1) of nowhere that isnly n the map at all because it supposedly is the most haunted town in America And Pine Deep is just that We re starting right where the second novel ended Vic is pulling the strings from the shadows getting the town ready for the Red Wave his master has planned for 30 years Slowly and people are getting aware f what s happening with some holes to their knowledge Pioneer Jews: A New Life in the Far West of course and pooling their resources even gettingutside help from a very cool scholarMike s family situation spirals and ut f control Val has basically sacrificed all but the two most important things in her life Crow is in ver his head but the nly We, the People one always having felt it wasn tver and Terry wellThis third and last book was full Single of action finally bringing together all the elements that had accumulated thus far It is a bit less about character except for Jonatha and about the fight itself and it deliversn all the blood and gore a horror fan could nly have hoped for Yes it is still stereotypical but I found myself caring for than ne character and f course that meant being sad because the ne I had rooted for. FROM A FUNFESTEach year the residents f Pine Deep host the Halloween Festival drawing tourists and celebrities from across the country to enjoy the deliciously creepy fun Those who visit the small Pennsylva.

Ippets f action taking place all ver Pine Deep to accommodate this which unfortunately impacts n the fluidity Showa, 1939-1944: A History of Japan of the story telling However it s still pretty damn good She slammed the door and shot the bolt and for a terrifying minute they stood there at the topf the cellar stairs listening to sounds Dreadful sounds Wet and awfulLastly this story does seem to have some parallels with Necroscope even though the plots are very different Consider for example the whole Griswold in the ground theme No criticism this mind just an The Book Of The Superiority Of Dogs Over Many Of Those Who Wear Clothes observation Or if you prefer a if you liked that you might like this scenario since bothf these series are now firmly entrenched in my top 10 Vampire Horror The Pine Deep trilogy would make for some cool cinema methinks He stared up into the face f pure evil and he could feel the hope run ut Rescuing a Werewolf of him like water from a punctured barrelIn conclusion it gets an easy 4 It would have gotten 5 if the two prior books weren t so damn fine I m petty deal with it Oh nuts let s just make it 5 already From the wombf darkness he called Making Women Pay out and they came to him Tensf thousands GloomCookie of them seething and scuttling in the shadows wrigglingut f holes crawling up from forgotten wells clawing their way ut f ld cellars He waited for them needing them hungry for them willing them to come 5 Stars5 Stars for an amazing thrill ride from beginning to end This series was great story telling from the first book Ghost Road Blues that introduces us to Pine Deep to this fantastical ending that is not wrapped up so tidy No prince charming no cavalry just With Bound Hands our beaten rag tag groupf real humans fighting the good fight against a truly impossible foe I don t think I would have fared so well I appreciate this series for being rather realistic about the Rim of the Pit oddsf mere humans against an enemy that has no definition Who can fight evil Truly and not come You Can Beat the Odds out insaner rather inhuman themselves Visible and invisible scars that can never heal and an ending that leaves us wondering Thank you Mr Maberry for throwing in some true folklore and ld wives tales to bring this wonderful series to life Now I am going to do ne check under the beds and in the closets before I start reading another ne f his books In two days the Red Wave would wash the town f Pine Deep in blood In two days Ubel Griswold would rise Pine Deep would dieThe world would screamNot bad at all view spoilerand I just loved the cameos f James Gunn he directed and used to write screenplays f very good terror flicks before becoming famous for his Guardians f the Galaxy Baltimore Catechism No. 2 ones Tom Savini Ken Foree andther horror movie icons hide spoiler Wow What an exciting and satisfying conclusion I must say that I really and truly enjoyed this trilogy I was so impatient to read it The entire book was fast paced thrilling and just a lot Mic manual de campanie electorală of fun to read I hope that Maberry does return to Pine Deep in the future He has artfully created a very rich setting that seems to havether stories waiting to be told I know that I will be keep an eye The Big Book of Maker Skills: Tools Techniques for Building Great Tech Projects out for allf his future books set in Pine Deep r no. Ven for death to hold it back Only a handful f brave souls stand against the King One Life, One Incarnation: Beautiful Bones of the Dead and a red wavef destruction Daylight is fading and a bad moon is rising ver Pine Deep Keep watching the shado.

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JONATHAN MABERRY is a New York Times best selling and five time Bram Stoker Award winning author anthology editor comic book writer magazine feature writer playwright content creator and writing teacherlecturer He was named one of the Today’s Top Ten Horror Writers His books have been sold to than two dozen countriesHe writes in several genres His young adult fiction includes ROT &