Nine Eyes: Terror From The Deep

Nine Eyes Terror From The Deep Welcome To Sinner s WakeWhen a group of five documentary film makers go to the Highlands of Scotland to investigate the legendary B ist an t Sluic the Beast of the Hollow they think they re made A dro

  • Title: Nine Eyes: Terror From The Deep
  • Author: C.J. Waller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Welcome To Sinner s WakeWhen a group of five documentary film makers go to the Highlands of Scotland to investigate the legendary B ist an t Sluic the Beast of the Hollow they think they re made A drowned church, tales of a water demon that inhabits it, rumours of human sacrifice it s almost too good to be true.It doesn t take them too long to realise that it is.Welcome To Sinner s WakeWhen a group of five documentary film makers go to the Highlands of Scotland to investigate the legendary B ist an t Sluic the Beast of the Hollow they think they re made A drowned church, tales of a water demon that inhabits it, rumours of human sacrifice it s almost too good to be true.It doesn t take them too long to realise that it is Because the God of Nine Eyes is waiting.And it is hungry.

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    1. Review: NINE EYES by CJ WallerI found this horror novel totally engrossing, especially its Lovecraftian overtones, but also its delineation of the several protagonists' emotions against the suspenseful and secret-driven setting.A small group of friends who fancy themselves investigators of lake monster legends (or debunkers) journey to a very remote village and loch in Scotland, the childhood home of one of the friends, who has lately been plagued by nightmares about the village and loch. It's n [...]

    2. Heart-thumping terror from CJ Waller. I enjoyed her earlier Predator X a great deal, and Nine Eyes is, if anything, even better. The remote Scottish highland setting plays host to a typically contemporary group of main characters - a bunch of amateur vloggers seeking out mysteries to solve. However, the setting becomes weirdly more remote even than it should be. The sense of foreboding is skilfully built as the team find themselves uncomvering more questions than answers. The central mystery of [...]

    3. CJ Waller has taken me from the highlands of Scotland to the depths of hell and back with this atmospheric tale that is so fast paced I forgot about time and finished it, breathless, in a few short hours. The imagery at times left me chilled to the bone, that sunken church will stay with me. And Sadie Decker, well let's not get me started about herThe characters are great to say the least and their relationships will remind you of your own group of friends, very real and very complex. What start [...]

    4. When a group of indie film makers visit the town of Sinners Wake to investigate a local myth, they certainly get more than they bargained for. The town is a perfect setting for some strange goings on as the group try to shed some light on the myth. One of the team has been drawn to the town for a different purpose though. To fulfil a prophecy started long ago. The dread builds nicely and there are some great nods to Lovecraft. I really enjoyed this read from C.J. Waller. It was great fun. The pa [...]

    5. A group of 5 documentary film makers go to a small town in Scotland in search of a local monster. The beast of the Hollow. It doesn't take them long to realize all is not well in this town. This story was very atmospheric. The author does a great job slowly building up the tension with each page turn. You really feel the suspense and you can't help getting swept up in it. A few surprising twists and turns at the end. I enjoyed this book a lot.

    6. I thought this story was quite interesting. I'm a fan of creatures, and anything from other dimensions just makes me giddy. If I had to have one issue with the novel, it was that there were quite a few errors in grammar and such, but not so much that I couldn't enjoy the story. Getting to the end of the novel and the twist within was well worth the journey.

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