However, the pacing is slow--it takes a long time for the plot to get where it is going. Jon Hudson is an agent for Department of Homeland Security's Fusion Center-P, a tiny division dedicated to dealing with supernatural and paranormal threats to the country. This review covers only part 1, Night Terrors. Janz also branches off to a completely different setting, where a family of five is having some problems. Upon waking from unconsciousness, Shane tries to think back to how he came to be wherever he is and wonders why he is in so much pain. For the campers at the park, it's a massacre! He meets Finn, a young crippled boy who lives for fishing on the lake. Monsters have started viciously attacking everyone in the park and our three reporters are trying to find a way to both escape and save as many people as possible.
Once he discovers he is in a cave and has been literally chewed on he starts to freak out and attempts to get away from the cave thinking that danger could still be lurking nearby. The lake has a nasty aquatic creature that has developed a taste for human flesh. I know I'm ready to move on to part 2, The Children. This is definitely not a book for a reader with a weak stomach, but I'd definitely recommend it to those that can't get enough blood, guts, and gore. In Mannheim Rex, we are introduced to Gavin Corlie, a successful horror writer who has retreated to a remote lake after his wife's death. Night Terrors starts off with a flashback scene about Shane Dulin, who was helping build a walking bridge at a new state park that was getting ready to open. Further, the resolution of the situation, in the case of both the creature from the lake and Sheriff Pope, is anti-climactic. With little space devoted to the lake creature and much more given to the sheriff, it feels like the book is miscategorized, and belongs to the category of human horror. Janz also branches off to a completely different setting, where a family of five is having some problems. Eric, the dad, is spending all of his time coaching and going over plays with his beautiful assistant, while his wife Charly is stuck at home taking care of everything, raising two young girls and a baby boy. The book has plenty of character development, and Finn is a great character. In judging the book as human horror it is a stronger title and would be of interest to those readers. For the campers at the park, it's a massacre! Once both storylines are established, danger ensues. It has always amazed me that this genre, which has flourished in movies, has little available in terms of fiction. Hardcover, paperback, kindle I am a fan of killer animal books. Project Nemesis is a definite must have for public library collections, and I will be keeping an eye out for his future books. This review covers only part 1, Night Terrors. As for our dysfunctional family, someone--or something--has kidnapped Charly's baby boy. He meets Finn, a young crippled boy who lives for fishing on the lake. Finn isn't just crippled but has cancer raised only by his mother yet has a never say die attitude, as if the author dares you not to like him. Colleen doesn't understand why they always get the "fluff" stories to write, however Emma tries to look at the bright side of things to make it look like a great experience for them. Jeremy Robinson has pulled off something remarkable in offering up a well paced, and entertaining kaiju thriller. There are five parts being released every two weeks starting June 4. Unfortunately, he's right about something being nearby and his lack of legs causes him to not make it in time. Jesse, on the other hand, seems to not care one way or the other as long as he gets to spend time with Emma, who he seems to have been harboring a crush on for quite some time. The town around the lake has another monster, in the form of the demented local sheriff.
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