A Night of Blacker Darkness

A Night of Blacker Darkness

by Dan Wells

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BN ID: 2940011439124
Publisher: Dan Wells
Publication date: 07/26/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 632 KB

About the Author

Dan Wells is the author of several supernatural thrillers, including I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER, MR. MONSTER, and I DON'T WANT TO KILL YOU. He is a co-host on the podcast Writing Excuses, for which he has won two Parsec awards and has been nominated for a third; the podcast has also been nominated for a Hugo Award. Dan was nominated for a Campbell Award for Best New Author of 2010. He plays a lot of games, reads a lot of books, and eats a lot of food, which is pretty much the ideal life he imagined for himself as a child.

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A Night of Blacker Darkness 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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This was a fun quick read. Dan Wells is a terrific writer. It has an understandable main character, with few side characters from classic English literate. The main plot is interesting but the funny Gothic twists really make the book. This book is definitely worth a read.
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Klovn More than 1 year ago
Starts off very clever and interesting. I found the beginning quite funny. It was a take on a novel that wasn't quite a real novel, you didn't expect it to be great and for that reason it was quite good. Towards the end the author tried to make the book more serious, and that is when it lost me. Overall I enjoyed it.
minnmass More than 1 year ago
The travails of a would-be forger being chased by inept vampires, an over-loquacious poet, and a revenge-seeking ex-girlfriend (to name just a few), the sometimes convoluted plot of A Night of Blacker Darkness would be more at home with Monty Python or Douglas Adams than Bram Stoker.