GRAHAM MASTERTON WENDIGO PDF
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In turn she is lead into a world that is beyond her understanding and is noway prepared for. This book is a fast, entertaining read. Recommended for any fan of the supernatural or horror genres. I pretty much guessed what was gonna happen anyways.
The scene wendig the SUV is horrifying. Decent horror novel about the mother of kidnapped children who makes a deal with a Native American Shaman to send a demon the Wendigo to get her children back, only to have the creature turn on her. Masterton’s novels often contain visceral sex and horror.
When things go awry Lily realizes she took on more than she could handle and the horrific invisible to some demon is out on a hunt for her and ggraham family. That’s when Masterron really turns it up to eleven. Edgewise is his newest work out in paperback and this time the topic deals with Native American spirits and folklore.
A fast moving thriller that had good cadence until the end which, for me,turned a bit into more of a movie ending, but all in all a good book for October spook reads. I love Graham Masterton’s work, always have, he can really do no wrong, Masteron returns to Native American Lore with his unique as always take on Wendigo.
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You Another great read from Graham Masterton. Mastertonn Wendigo is a nifty monster, existing in two dimensions, impossible to see edgewise. No trivia or quizzes yet. View all 5 comments.
First of all the main character, Lily, is really unlikeable. Real estate saleswoman Lily is awoken one night by some intruders who steal her children and try to kill her – after being sent by her bitter ex-husband. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Personally, I didn’t quite understand it, maybe because I didn’t find Lily likeable. It took me a while to get into this one, but when John Shooks shows up, it takes a turn into new territory.
This was my first Graham Masterton novel and I really enjoyed it! Books by Graham Masterton. Masterton could have done with a better copy editor, but overall, I thought this was quite good. But not scary enough for a ‘horror’, it didn’t really affect me.
She clearly doesn’t want to. He has also written horror novels for children House of Bones, Hair-Raiser and has just finished the fifth volume in a very popular series for young adults, Rook, based on the adventures of an idiosyncratic remedial English teacher in a Los Angeles community college who has the facility to see ghosts. Bit while the protagonist is hunted down by the forest spirit, you can forget the book’s weaknesses. Can you imagine knowing something is there but you cannot see it?
Jun 30, Lindsay rated it really liked it. I really enjoyed finding out what the title really meant as that is thoroughly intermixed with the story. When you pick up a Graham Masterton book, you are probably expecting a supernatural tale, which has a few twists, but on the whole is just an enjoyable and well crafted tale.
Otherwise, I loved Shooks and Kellogg. Nov 26, Deanna rated it it was ok Shelves: Lily is soon drawn into the destructive world of the Wendigo and learns to the detriment of those closest to her that you should never underestimate the power of a spirit betrayed.
Also, I couldn’t help but think that if this was turned into a movie, Keith Carradine should play John Shooks. It follows the tale of a mother who encounters ancient Native American forces and will do anything and everything within her power to protect her children.
This novel was adapted in for the film The Manitou. Prey by Graham Masterton”. Ahh, this was an easy read. Once you’ve picked up Edgewise you’re unlikely to want to put it down. Some exciting sequences populate Graham Masterton’s fantasy-horror novel. I have never not been entertained by one of his novels.
Masterrton was okay, for the first half I was really hooked and enjoying it. It may not be perfect, but its a good time, and it keeps you turning the pages.