"Hunter Shea has his own style. It's simple, yet well-written, stories that flow with ease. Mr. Shea graciously walks you through the adventure and mystery, all the while, tickling the hairs on the nape of your neck and filling the pit of your guts with lead." -Glenn Rolfe, Author of Chasing Ghosts and The Haunted Halls
They've watched over the house for generations...
The move from New York to the decrepit Pennsylvania farmhouse is as bad as West Ridley thought it would be. His father's crippling vertigo only seems to get worse, and even with his mother working herself to the bone, they're out of money and options.
Grandpa Abraham is a drunk bastard and the living embodiment of the long neglected farmhouse. He claims the place is haunted. Ghosts roam the hall at night and their muffled cries fill the silence of warm, summer nights.
On the ceiling above West's bed are the words WE SEE YOU. In a house plagued by death and mysterious visitations, West realizes something beyond the fiction of his favorite horror books has to be faced.
Dark secrets are buried deep, and there are Guardians who want to keep it that way. No matter where they go or what they do, West and his family know one thing... they are always watching.
|Publisher:||Sinister Grin Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.93(d)|
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Hunter Shea has to be one of the most prolific and consistently excellent writers on the planet right now and he always produces new scares and situations to keep the reader guessing. We Are Always Watching is the latest worthy addition to his growing library. The story starts innocently enough. The Ridley family, down on their luck following the father’s (Matt’s) terrible accident, arrive at the home of Grandpa Abraham Ridley. Right from the minute they arrive, things are clearly not right. The old, disgustingly neglected and smelly farmhouse reflects the habits of the owner himself as we are introduced to the man Matt would have happily never laid eyes on again. Some entities called The Guardians leave threatening messages around the property and all is far from normal in Buttermilk Creek. Much of the story is told from the point of view of West, the Ridleys’ fourteen year old son. This will be a summer he will never forget. None of them will. Although, as the plot develops and becomes more and more twisted, you just want to tell West to run like hell and never look back. I lost track of time reading this book and loved every minute of the exciting, sinister story, never guessing the outcome until the final pages. Hunter Shea is my kind of horror writer. Already eagerly anticipating his next story