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What people don't realize is that terror often seeks the most unsuspecting of places to spawn like Sulfur Springs. The folks there, at first, didn't take too much ...
What people don't realize is that terror often seeks the most unsuspecting of places to spawn like Sulfur Springs. The folks there, at first, didn't take too much notice when the new people started moving in. The Mayor of the small town was encouraging, so everything seemed all right.
What would soon transpire was more frightening than anyone in the town could possibly have ever imagined. Sulfur Springs was soon to become a nesting place for absolute evil.
Posted December 2, 2002
Writing a supernatural, good vs evil plot in a contemporary setting can be difficult to pull off. Don Cardinals' intriguing wit and, ever maturing style, has done just that. I found this book difficult to put down. It flows smoothly, despite several consecutive scenarios. The climax is masterfully placed, making this a good read from cover to cover. His first book, 'Sky Box', gave the reader an idea of what's in store for them in this, second in a series, but, nothing is left unexplained by reading this one first if this is your baptismal to Cardinals' works. Write On, Don!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.