How much can one person take? ...when your comfortable reality is shattered day after day?
Christine has already been forced to acknowledge things that are far beyond what most people's lives include. Instead of just being a loving housewife and devoted mom, she is now having to face – daily – a growing threat to herself and her family from a dark presence in their suburban neighborhood.
Once again, Christine documents her family's encounters with real life versions of creatures of folklore and myth – some with gruesome reputations – and supplements her story with audio, video and still frame images. As the Parker family delves deeper into the mysterious world surrounding their own, they also discover an eerie, spectral presence heretofore unseen by the human eye.
As Christine's investigation continues, an inevitable pattern emerges. An indication that 'they' know that the Parkers are aware of them. One by one, each family member has a revealing encounter with... "them." The reason's seem unclear. Territorial aggression? An attempt to communicate? Or something else? When it's Christine's turn to be visited the questions are replaced with terror.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The premise is fantastic. A clan of bigfoots and dogmen/werewolves living in the woods across the street. Mr' Bigfoot investigator says the dogmen are truly dangerous. You'd think that after so many nights slipping furtively through the woods and adjoining residential neighborhood somebody would get bitten. Maybe the police would be called. The local news? Nope. None of that. But the story is interesting. Author gets pretty intense. If she does a third book I'll probably read it too.
After the amazing book 1, this book is another masterpiece by Christine. This story is also totally realistic and a first hand experience. I am pretty sure, after reading this, your comfortable reality would be immensely shattered. Perhaps its not recommended for you if you are not into nightmare stories, but if you like them, you will definitely enjoy it more than anything. I really like her expression skills and way of writing, the way she conveys the story, and ofcourse the story itself. Totally imaginative, creative and original. My best read so far.