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Hemlock Pond
     

Hemlock Pond

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by Alan Nayes
 

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Megan Parker and her young son move into an old farmhouse with a haunted pond on the property. But they find there is more living in the pond than only fish and turtles. Far more...

Megan soon discovers the dark curse of Hemlock Pond will touch her family in ways she never could have imagined.

Overview

Megan Parker and her young son move into an old farmhouse with a haunted pond on the property. But they find there is more living in the pond than only fish and turtles. Far more...

Megan soon discovers the dark curse of Hemlock Pond will touch her family in ways she never could have imagined.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014895842
Publisher:
anayes.com
Publication date:
08/16/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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Meet the Author

Alan Nayes was born in Houston and grew up on the Texas gulf coast. He lives in Southern California. He is the author of the horror/thrillers, GARGOYLES (Resurrection Trilogy, Book One) and THE UNNATURAL. His most recent releases are BARBARY POINT, SMILODON, GIRL BLUE, PLAGUE (Resurrection Trilogy, Book Two) and RETURN TO UNDERLAND, a children’s adventure story.

An avid outdoorsman and fitness enthusiast, he is one of only a few individuals to ever swim across Wisconsin’s chilly Lake Winnebago. When not working on his next project, he enjoys relaxing and fishing at the family vacation home in Wisconsin.

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Hemlock Pond 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All of the characters were mind numbingly atupid and most were also unlikeable. The dog was cool but the entire story was predictable from the outset. About 740 pages long and there is swearing and violence, unfortunately, not enough of either to make it a good book.
heather_adkins More than 1 year ago
This is one of those books that you don't want to read while alone. Or with your back to a door. Or a mirror. Ideally, nowhere near a body of water or an old farmhouse. If you live on a patch of farm land with its very own pond, you might just be encouraged to move. Possibly three hundred miles away. I'm already a huge fan of Alan Nayes's work, having read and loved both Gargoyles and Girl Blue, but I believe Hemlock Pond is officially my favorite now. It is just as beautifully written as Alan's other books, if not even more so, and covers so many of the hard themes that people connect with -- loss, despair, and anger. Underlying it all, Hemlock Pond asks you, What would YOU do for your child? From page one,I was absolutely hooked on this book. It gripped me so hard that I stayed awake into the wee hours just to finish it, and then not only couldn't I fall asleep as I still pondered what I'd witnessed, but I woke up *still* thinking about it. It's one of those books that stays with you long after you're done. If you only read one of Alan's books, read this one. But if you only read one of Alan's books, you're crazy. Go read them all. I highly recommend Hemlock Pond and his others. Just be sure to keep the lights on.