In Darkness of the Mountain's Night (Eddie Patin Short Reads - Weird Tales of Dark Fantasy, #1)

In Darkness of the Mountain's Night (Eddie Patin Short Reads - Weird Tales of Dark Fantasy, #1)

by Eddie Patin

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In Darkness of the Mountain's Night (Eddie Patin Short Reads - Weird Tales of Dark Fantasy, #1) by Eddie Patin

"Great story! Really interesting twist, and a very realistic feel of being away from civilization on a frigid mountain."

"I love the atmosphere in this short story! It's a breath of (cold) fresh air getting back to the dark and scary aspects of werewolves in this time of teeny-bopper monster romance! Home run."
R Elmore - Firearms blogger and enthusiast


During an extraordinarily cold week of Elk season, high in the mountains, amidst weekend warriors bedecked in blaze orange and corrupt rangers looking for revenue, Brett and Jon find that there are more beasts than Elk in the high mountains, and more types of game than those listed on the books...

Enjoy this dark short story from Eddie Patin about a monster deep in the wilderness of the highland country, and the havoc it wreaks on hunting season.

"I felt like I was really hunting elk, up until the monster changed everything..."

Check out the author, Eddie Patin, here:
http://EddiePatin.com

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153337234
Publisher: Eddie Patin
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Series: Eddie Patin Short Reads - Weird Tales of Dark Fantasy , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 200,690
File size: 326 KB

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In Darkness of the Mountain's Night (Eddie Patin Short Reads - Weird Tales of Dark Fantasy, #1) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a short book, about 18pgs. Has a lot of potential. Pretty predictable, but if story was longer may have been able to add more. *** spoiler need to spell check , u have "heard" instead of "herd". What didn't make sense was, he was bitten, so he turned, killed a hunter got clothes made a shelter, but the 2nd nite he turned, wouldn't he wonder why he was naked again?? I guess I found that confusing. Next wouldn't he still be a little scared that a wolf was out there, and it was killing the hunters he came acrossed?? Lots of potential, gl :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think you should devil further into this story. You obviously are imaginative and articulate enough to enhance and bring to fruitation more, a journey for a man who knows not what he has become or how to learn to live with it in todays society. I enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing.