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The Harvest

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2003

    VERY well done

    Set in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina. Dr. Tamara Leon teaches down at Westridge. She has always had the 'gift' of being clairvoyant. She called the darker feelings 'the Gloomies'. She lived in the little town of Windshake with her husband and two small children. Her marriage is a bit rocky, since her husband HATES hearing anything about the Gloomies. He did not believe in the mess at all. Yet the Gloomies were getting stronger lately. In fact, ever since the weird object fell from the heavens and landed somewhere in the mountains. Things and people began to change. Whatever landed in those mountains was growing and assaulting Tamara's mind in a psychic invasion. ................ Chester Mull KNEW something was going on! His dog has been turned inside-out, literally! People he used to call 'friends' have drastically changed too. Their eyes glowed an eerie green and their skin seemed to be melting. ............... The zombies sought out other living beings to 'convert'. Their master, Shu-Shaaa, was hungry and must be fed. It was assimilating itself into the biosystem of the planet, slowing learning and eating everything. As it fed, it searched for the meaning of one set of syllables that seemed to nag at its core. The syllables called 'Taa-maaa-raaa.' ................ ***** Stephen King and Dean Koontz fans need to sit up and take notice of this talented author. Scott Nicholson has created a new terror that will keep you up late into the night! (Don't say I did not warn you.) Nicholson seems to be destined for fame. Highly recommended reading! *****

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2003

    If you like good suspense...

    then I would read this book next. I like being exposed to people and places I've never seen before, and I left my easy chair and was transported to the Appalachians. Great characters, fast moving story, great settings, and skin-crawling creepiness. If you like King, Koontz, Saul, Laymon, any of those authors, I recommend Scott Nicholson highly. Hope he becomes a household name.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 10, 2011

    Another GREAT Nicholson Creep-Fest!

    Once again, Scott Nicholson does not fail to delight! I couldn't put this book down.

    Again, we find unimaginable horror in the Appalachian Mountains. (Where most of his stories take place).

    Telepathy, an other-worldly evil malevolence that meticulously infects one human after another , infidelity, moon shiners , a greedy real estate developer, but most importantly, non-stop gore, just the way that I like it!

    Mr. Nicholson has an amazing command of the English language and is one of the most descriptive writers out there today. He reminds me a bit of Peter Straub, who I also adore.

    I HIGHLY recommend this book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2003

    more Appalachian thrills

    Scott Nicholson shows the Southern Appalachians in all their glory, the good and the bad and even some of the ugly. This is a fast-moving story with an old B-movie flavor and plenty of quirky characters. I'm looking forward to everything he writes.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2014

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    Excellent book loved it 

    Excellent book loved it 

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