Children To The Slaughter (Slaughter Book 1)

Rated 4.24 out of 5 based on 92 customer ratings
(92 customer reviews)



Length: 160 pages

Melington has changed.

There is an evil lurking in the darkness, under the beds and behind closet doors. It seeks vengeance and retribution and will not be denied.

No one knows this more than Alan Carter. Returning to his hometown after a twenty year absence, he is resolute in uncovering the truth behind his sister’s abduction and the strange disappearance of children. Joined by his childhood friend, Alan finds himself thrown into the middle of a conspiracy led by the town Council as it desperately tries to hide its secrets from the world.

No child is safe in Melington, and Alan Carter needs to stop the curse that has haunted his hometown for generations. But as Alan’s brushes with death become more frequent, he finds himself running out of luck.



Length: 160 pages

Melington has changed.

There is an evil lurking in the darkness, under the beds and behind closet doors. It seeks vengeance and retribution and will not be denied.

No one knows this more than Alan Carter. Returning to his hometown after a twenty year absence, he is resolute in uncovering the truth behind his sister’s abduction and the strange disappearance of children. Joined by his childhood friend, Alan finds himself thrown into the middle of a conspiracy led by the town Council as it desperately tries to hide its secrets from the world.

No child is safe in Melington, and Alan Carter needs to stop the curse that has haunted his hometown for generations. But as Alan’s brushes with death become more frequent, he finds himself running out of luck.

92 reviews for Children To The Slaughter (Slaughter Book 1)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5


    Very good book. It’s very Scary! Will read more of these books.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    Great book. It makes you check every corner and all the small noises from your house

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    And behind the bathroom curtains and under the bed..Mr Nasser outdid himself just in time for halfoween! Can’t wait for the next installement!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    T S Sanderson

    Great book!!! Loved the story and the pace. Starting book two now. Who needs sleep anyways? Must read if your haven’t tried this author!

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    It was a fabulous scary story! I couldn’t put it down! It’s a book that will pull you in and keep you scared! I really enjoyed reading it and went right into the 2nd book when I was finished.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    The Haunted Reading Room

    Review: CHILDREN TO THE SLAUGHTER by A. I. Nasser [Slaughter Series Book 1]This is the first story I’ve read from A. I. Nasser, and I’m quite impressed. The story is very twisty, tautly plotted, and as the contemporary situation of the town (and a horrible situation it is) is securely founded in history (1826), the historical record is cleverly interwoven. I alternated between “oh no!!!” And “I can’t believe these people would stoop to—” which made this story an absorbing one-session read for me. I’m off to read the next in the series.Caution: Although the story relies on character, an unexpected plot, and subtle horror–there are some instances of outright violence, a few graphic descriptions, and a whole lot of grief and sorrow [plus several characters I wanted to shake senseless). Also, it does focus on the disappearance of multiple children (although not in detail). Just a gentle caution.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is the first story I’ve read from A. I. Nasser, and I’m amazed.I couldn’t put it down! I really enjoyed reading it. I can’t wait until I start on the next book. Thank you, Mr. Nasser, for a scary amazing book.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5


    Good read. I enjoyed it.

  9. Rated 5 out of 5


    I was hooked from the first page! What a fantastically scary story and very well written. I can’t wait to read the second book and have already preordered the third!

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer. KT

    Great scary story I couldn’t put it down. It pulls you in and keeps you hooked. I love this authors books can’t wait to get the next one from them. If you like scary you will love this book.

  11. Rated 4 out of 5


    I absolutely loved the story! There was one thing however that drove me crazy. The author would describe main characters, ie his sister, as the blond, his girlfriend as the brunette, (three times on one page), and multiple characters by their hair color! Instead of saying his little sister, the protagonist would say “the blond”. Other characters with names and/or titles would be the redhead, the brunette, and several blonds. It was distracting. I would’ve given 5 stars if not for this constant, and annoying habit.

  12. Rated 1 out of 5

    Barbara L. Rose

    I can’t honestly recommend a book I have no desire to read. I read 69% of this story and it went nowhere. The characters did not inspire me to want to care about them, or know more. Alan’s big deal is that everyone thought he was crazy…ok…after 20 years get off the poor pitiful me train. No one likes or respects anyone. They are all keeping a big secret. If you can’t grab my attention in over half of a book, it’s not happening. Who cares if Deborah and Michael have a lousy relationship. Deborah comes off as such a shallow, small minded mess anyway. I really am sorry I had nothing good to say. I give an honest review. Perhaps if the author tries again, I will give it a look.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    cat lady

    I really enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading the second in the series. The only problem was I am a little obssessive/complusive with grammar and there were several misspelled words like fund for found and several missed prepositions.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5


    Read in a few hours. Loved the characters, the building of the storyline was done well, I recommend this writer. The ending was rushed but good. I am going to read the next.

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    darlene k maggard

    This is very twisty turning around story, kinda confusing at fast but once you catch on your hooked. Just waiting for next down load. Love it,thank you don’t stop now.

  16. Rated 3 out of 5

    a constant reader

    I enjoyed the story, but it did start out a little slow,The story picked up fairly quickly though,and did not disappoint.I will read the rest of the series.

  17. Rated 5 out of 5



  18. Rated 5 out of 5


    This story is gripping! The my story that unfolds is addictive! I can not wait to read the next in the series.

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Racki

    It kind of reminded me of Stephen King’s “IT”. So many secrets in the town that are now coming out. Can’t wait to continue reading the series.

  20. Rated 5 out of 5


    Really enjoys the first book in this series after finishing the moving in series. Great imagination, and just the right amount of suspense/ scary to keep me awake reading at all hours of the night. Look forward to the next one.

  21. Rated 4 out of 5


    Would have given 5 stars if not for the weird and constant use of the word “brunette” to fill in for, oh I don’t know, the character’s actual name! It started driving me nuts! But otherwise, great story and look forward to finishing the series.

  22. Rated 1 out of 5

    Thrill peeker

    I pushed through this painfully boring book hoping for something, anything worthwhile to happen. Only to find out the story drags on to another book. Seriously? How could one possibly read through another book of this lowly caliber? Do people even need to have a niche for storytelling anymore? Where do these “author’s” come from and how do they manage to have such high ratings? Long review cut short: If you are looking for anything mildly creepy or thrilling or even slightly enjoyable, keep looking.

  23. Rated 5 out of 5


    We all know who the bad guy is but all the mystery and wonder as to why a whole town would cover for such a gruesome secret?!? I LOVED this story, spooky, but not blood and gore which I try to stay away from. Then ending was difficult however I didn’t know this was a trilogy therefore I’m sure they’ll be filled with surprising twists and turns! Alan is a hero we can all truly love and empathize with. I really enjoyed how all the characters were connected by generations and the story told directly from the accuser in the 1800’s. I like the story, it’s kind of a good moral questions: do wrong by some to save all the others? Can’t wait to start the next one!

  24. Rated 1 out of 5


    I got stuck on this book for like two months. I just did not enjoy it. It switched between characters way too often without much explanation of who was who and it took a while to piece it all together. It was also really predictable. I would definitely not recommend this book.

  25. Rated 4 out of 5


    Alan Carter returns to his hometown Melington 20 years after his sister’s abduction. He has been obsessed with her disappearance, firmly believing that the abnormally high number of children disappearing from the town isn’t simply a coincidence. He decides to expose the town’s secret and sets himself on a collision course with the town’s council.Alan’s present day story is interjected with journal entries from 1826 written by Jeremiah Carter who has lost his daughter. These two plotlines come together cleverly at the end, and although the book doesn’t end with a cliffhanger as such, the story resumes in Shadow’s Embrace.This was my first time reading anything by A.N. Nasser and I have to admit, if it hadn’t been for Jake Urry gifting me a copy of the audiobook, I probably wouldn’t have picked this book, simply because the title sounded too disturbing.It is no doubt a horror story, but it was actually quite subtle. There is some violence and obviously, a dark theme involving children, but it’s more creepy than bloodthirsty horror. I actually really enjoyed it.The writing was taut and generally very well done. The only thing I found slightly irritating was the repetitive nature in which Deborah was referred to as “the brunette”.The quality of the audio production was terrific. At the beginning of the audio, I thought I was listening to two different narrators. It was really well done. The suspenseful tone and the spine-chilling nature of the horror elements were done perfectly.

  26. Rated 2 out of 5


    ***POSSIBLE SPOILERS***A well-written but sluggish story with little suspense. A town secret spanning generations. Dying children. A nebulous town “Council”. Superfluous diary entries (“Woe is me; woe is me.”) back to the 1820s when the curse began. The drawn out but inevitable romance between our two protagonists. Wiggling doorknobs. An ill-defined monster with a strong grip lurking in sofas, sandboxes and children’s closets. Not credible, interesting or frightening. A couple of bonus endings only added to the confusion. The narrator was fine with creepy narration and accents but, due to his languid delivery, made the audiobook feel even longer than it was. I was glad when this “nightmare” was over. Will not be reading additional books in this series.I was given a free copy of this audiobook through Audiobook Boom for an honest review.

  27. Rated 4 out of 5

    Frances Cristina

    The story is about Alan whose sister disappeared when they were young. Alan has come back to the town where it happened to try to find out what happened to her. A lot of children have disappeared over the years and he wants to know why. What happened to them all?I liked that it was more spooky than just out and out violent. I like the way the author wrote it with Alan in present day and a journal from 1826. The author did an excellent job with blending the two time periods. The characters were connected through generations so you really get the full impact of how long the horror has gone on. There are bonus scenes at the end of the Audible version. I don’t know if they are included in the ebook. The book is part of a series.I enjoyed the narrator, Jake Urry. He has a good voice and puts emotions into his reading. At times I forgot it was just one narrator.If you are reading the book yourself you may find the beginning slow going as the author builds the story. It does quickly pick up though. I think this was better in the audio version. It is more like someone is telling you a story they know. I stayed with it better. If you like spooky, atmospheric stories you may like this one. If you are looking for violent, gory stuff you probably won’t.I would like to thank the editor for providing me with a copy of the book from Audible for possible review. The review is my honest impression of the book after listening to it. I received no compensation for this review.

  28. Rated 5 out of 5

    Vicki Goodwin

    Children to the Slaughter was a creepy and interesting audiobook. With children leaving town on more than natural occasions the town has always had a history of a quick turnover in families.When Alan Carter comes back to Melington, he keeps his cards close to his vest as he tries to figure out exactly what is going on here. His own little sister disappeared when she was little. The only witness was Alan. He never forgot the hand that pulled her down into the sandbox. His family left the town directly after her disappearance. After twenty years he returns.Bit and pieces wiggle and meld themselves into a very intricate plot. Debra the best friend of Alan from when they were both children is surprised to see him return. She has no clue he has more reasons than just to work.Alan’s conspiracy theory hits Debra hard and she turns away from him. There are too many strange occurrences of missing children for decades.The story is riveting.with tension-filled words and scenes that A.I. Nasser writes.If you love a good horror story, with hands in the dark, turning closet doorknobs and missing children, you are going to love this book. I imagine reading it would give as many chills, but if you want the full effect, get the Audiobook. It is completely chilling.

  29. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mohamed Ibraheem Mahmoud Ahmed

    Although, the story starts of slow, the characters are developed perfectly, The scary parts of the story are definitely scary and I really enjoyed how the author provides us a little bit of history at the start of each chapter and how they correlated with the present.Will definitely read the next book to find out more about what happens to the characters.

  30. Rated 1 out of 5


    I love This authors books.. Just not this one.Took a long time to draw the reader in. Boring.. When it finally got to its peak point in the story, I was ready for the story to be over. Seems like this story line is old.. Meaning various forms by other authors. I just couldn’t get into it. The story teller droning on from its diary was both boring & annoying. Distracting from the story line.

  31. Rated 3 out of 5


    The book was OK, there were some awkward word choices. The characters could have been developed more. Also the story moved slowly and was confusing in places .

  32. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jorge Morales

    Awesome story. I had to read it in one sitting. I. Would not put the book down! Solid story, and I’m looking forward to reading books 2 and 3!

  33. Rated 5 out of 5

    Janice Kujawa

    Jeremiah Carter accused the wrong man of killing his daughter. He was burned to death. A covenant was made to stop Copper Tibet from claiming his revenge from the grave. The town council was the keeper of the covenant. More children came up missing. Debbie an Alan were determined to find the truth. Read in one sitting. Can’t wait to read more from Nasser.

  34. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anita Harris

    The best time of year to read this book is close to Halloween or around a campfire while camping. It is guaranteed to make you imagine that the bad guys in this book are going to get you

  35. Rated 5 out of 5


    I LOVED this book!It was well written.Narrated wonderfully by Jake Urry.In this town the sins of the father are passed down through the generations.People die,children dissapear.It is all part of some big plan set up in the 1800s.I was provided this book free for review

  36. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is a very good story. The author took great care to weave this tale of missing children, and their families, who the town counsel chooses to be made sacrifices for the son of the fathers. Be careful not to disturb the dead, for they may not really be dead. This is a good story with great characters that will keep you guessing.

  37. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tom Sjoberg

    Scary read

  38. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rats Bats Cats

    Not for the faint of heart. Delivers as advertised.

  39. Rated 5 out of 5


    Loved it waiting to read next part..

  40. Rated 4 out of 5



  41. Rated 4 out of 5


    good story but the grammar is horrible!

  42. Rated 5 out of 5


    This book was absolutely Awesome i didn’t want to put it down well worth the buy

  43. Rated 4 out of 5


    There are not to many horror novels that entertain me much any more, but this one was easy to follow, and continued to be suspenseful.

  44. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very well written and certainly not what I was expecting for the twists. Keeps the reader engaged and wondering, “what will happen next?”

  45. Rated 5 out of 5


    Horror/thriller… dual story line spread over a long, long time. I like how the hero is determined to figure things out. But it ain’t over-het! It’s a 3-book series.

  46. Rated 3 out of 5

    Logan’s mom

    I really want to give it 5 stars very well written. Kept me captivated. Got VERY annoyed when I reached the end and found that it was part of a series. It should say right in the beginning that it is book one. I can not continue because I don’t have the funds to buy the rest of the series.

  47. Rated 5 out of 5


    This was a well thought out story. About 2 chapters in it starts and takes off. I really like the way story lines follow the family lines. I am ready to break right into the second story! Good story. Keeping it spooky!

  48. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mary E aka Lockette

    I listened to the audio version of this book from Audible, and I’m so glad I did. Wow! How creepy, with edge-of-your-seat thrills and lots of bits to send chills down your spine too. I really loved this book. The reader of the audio version, Jake Urry, is simply amazing. I don’t think I would have enjoyed this book as much if I had read it. He has the talent of becoming numerous characters, easily distinguishable. The book itself was really well-written and frightening. It also left the door open for the rest of the series, so you might (like me) be saying some choice words, ha! Thank goodness for the internets as it’s easy to download the next. If you want something to keep you up at night, this will fit the bill! Excellent horror story, even better audio version.

  49. Rated 5 out of 5


    So I decided to take a leap into a novel, and I have to admit I was a little hesitant at first. I believe short stories and novels are two different art forms, and rarely does an author do well at both. But this was really, really good.Alan Carter returns to his hometown to find out what took his sister and what the council is hiding. I thought this book was terrific, and it really kept me turning the pages. The scares were there, the suspense was there, the characters were there. I loved every minute of this. There were a few instances where I thought “come on!” and large chunks that made me turn the lights on. I gave up reading at night all together after I was midway through. Really great book! And the story continues for two more books!! Really looking forward to the next ones

  50. Rated 5 out of 5

    Tammy French

    Good book to kill some time with. Could use more character development. Hoping the second book goes into more details

  51. Rated 4 out of 5


    Children to the slaughter is a chilling story with a slow terrifying build. Though the ending seemed abrupt, it was still a satisfying climax. The extended chapters helped to fill in the gaps left behind when the story ends. But the true reasons for giving this book four stars was the nemesis. Copper Tibbit is the scariest bogeyman I’ve read since children of the corn (he who walks behind the rows). I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  52. Rated 5 out of 5


    Don’t read in the dark. Loved it.

  53. Rated 4 out of 5

    L Ensign

    Good and scary. The plot is well laid out. I particularly like the format where diary excerpts are included in each chapter. Slowly revealing the past as the present unfolds. The characters are normal everyday people. Some good and some evil. Like life. I recommend and look forward to reading more from this author.

  54. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very interesting story that’s dates back to Alan Carter’s ancestors. A decision that was made in grief became a nightmare for generations to come. Alan is trying to stop that nightmare.

  55. Rated 4 out of 5


    Very hard to follow. You have a great imagination. As you’re reading in present time it flips back to the past, to the beginning. Then as I was getting farther into the story I began to understand the reason for the back and forth. If you need to put the book down for a day or two as I did, it’s hard to get back on track. I’m sure I missed something. I would like to see this in a movie where I can watch everything in a sequence. I think I’ll pick this up another time and read it again.

  56. Rated 5 out of 5


    Was the best read he. Need to read rest of story scared me to no end. Got the ending wrong

  57. Rated 4 out of 5

    RHB. I really appreciate having this game. it is hard enough to keep me engaged; easy enough to figure out occasionally.

    I was interested and involved all through the book (1 of a series), but I still haven’t got the answers to what actually happened by who. I’m thinking that it will the very end of this book that finally makes it all make sense, which is difficult..😕

  58. Rated 5 out of 5


    I am not a fan of horror. But I took a chance on this one because the cover of the book caught my interest. Well it did not fail me. I finished the book in one day between cooking and caring for the children. I am planning to read some more of your books.

  59. Rated 5 out of 5


    A must read

  60. Rated 5 out of 5

    Joni carpentel

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is a beautifully written page turner. I was captured from page one. The sins of the father visited on the son…makes you wonder what all of our fathers have and would do to protect us. Now it’s our turn….

  61. Rated 4 out of 5


    Really interesting little book with plenty of fear and probably a few nightmares to come. I enjoyed the characters and the plot. I am sure you will to…Read it just before bedtime like I did!

  62. Rated 5 out of 5


    Extremely scary and twisted. A page-turner, that leaves you wanting more. This is the kind of story that nightmares are made of!!!

  63. Rated 5 out of 5

    shona mcintosh

    A well wrapped mesmerizing story,chilling and thrilling.finishing with more questions than answers

  64. Rated 4 out of 5


    Enjoyed the read, signed up for the newsletter. Story drags you in and keeps you interested till the very end. Recommended for sure.

  65. Rated 3 out of 5


    I was going to stop reading after the first three chapters because it did not hold my attention but I thought I would give it a chance. I continued to read it to the end and it still ceased to hold it. The author just seemed to go off in a weird direction and was quite confusing. It could have been a great book but something is missing

  66. Rated 1 out of 5


    About 25 pages in, I found myself skipping paragraphs. By 45 or 50 pages, it was whole pages. I would like to be able to say something nice about the book, like the story was unique, or the character development was good, but frankly, I can’t think of anything redeeming about this book. Don’t waste your time.

  67. Rated 4 out of 5

    B. Sassor

    Good book, Characters could be a little more fleshed out, especially in the beginning, especially since this was book one. Perhaps more will be revealed subsequent books???

  68. Rated 2 out of 5


    A surrealistic novel with unrealistic characters. The story plays out like a young teens movie film and perhaps Nasser could make a fortune by going down the road of ‘could your novel become a movie?’The story is based, as usual in these American novels, on ‘the settlers curse’ in a town founded around the year 1826. An ‘innocent’ man is convicted of murder and without true justice a lynch mob of town’s people hang and burn the man to death. In the throes of death he screams out that he is innocent and will return to punish the town and its future inhabitants in consequence of his horrific death. He becomes a monster who for eternity will take away innocent children from the town thus conceding to the very crime for which he has been convicted.A solidarity group whose descendants perpetrated the death of the man now have to keep this evil monster in check by fulfilling his desires in order to prevent him from causing further grief to the town and its people. Their actions are despicable but to their dismay Alan Carter the main character whose family once lived in the town, after many years away, returns, determined to find out what is going on and to discover why his sister disappeared in such unbelievable circumstances.The reason for giving only two stars rests on various facts. Firstly there are numerous typo errors and the author needs to employ a competent editor. Character description is weak and not fully expanded I.e. the reader needs to know more about Copper’s background so that there is a reasonable understanding of his possible guilt in the crime he has been accused of. There does not seem to be an on going balance between ‘good’ and ‘evil’ which is necessary in this genre.Further more the writer has not given the reader a satisfactory conclusion to his first book and has instead blurred and confused the ending by launching into the first chapter of the next book in the series.Charles Dickens always satisfied his readers with a plausible ending to each episode yet left them craving for more in his next chapter. The author would do well to take note of this method instead of revealing a disconnected and confusing on going plot as a ploy to bribe the reader into buying his/her next book.

  69. Rated 5 out of 5


    Easy read. This book is just different enough to keep the reader interested in more to come. “Horror” books rarely can hold my interest as they usually surround overworked themes. Definitely worth it. Looking forward to the next story.

  70. Rated 5 out of 5


    Good book.

  71. Rated 4 out of 5


    Good story, i enjoyed character build. The plot line was easy to follow. Enjoyable story for those who like horror.

  72. Rated 4 out of 5

    Cathi Kilian

    What a scarey book! I really didn’t want to put it down. The ending could use a little work, but it a definitely a good horror novel.

  73. Rated 5 out of 5


    I love horror books and movies based on revenge from a person done wrong. It kept my attention from beginning to end. Wasn’t slow in getting started.

  74. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michael Bufano

    This book was great. It was a real page turner. Its really good for those into the horror genre.

  75. Rated 4 out of 5


    At first I wasn’t so sure, but then I found myself engrossed, waiting for the next letter (at the end of chapters) and not wanting to put it down. A quick and good read!

  76. Rated 3 out of 5


    This was one of those why not kindle freebies. Fairly by the book genre story…evil in a small town, ancient secrets, sins of the fathers, etc., but all done quite well for what it is. Wherein Nasser won’t win any records for originality, he followed the formula very ably, so it’s a perfectly readable and even quite entertaining read. The author seems to specialize in series and this one, no exception, is just a first, so it doesn’t have a particularly satisfying stand alone sort of feel or ending, it’s basically a preview. I don’t think I’d continue with it, unless the other installations were also free, but this was fun enough, had some nicely creepy scenes and such a quick read too.

  77. Rated 4 out of 5


    I gobbled it all down in one sitting!

  78. Rated 3 out of 5


    It was ok

  79. Rated 5 out of 5

    Andrea Gierlinger

    This is an awesome read…..don’t hesitate to try it. As soon as I finish this review I am going to search for the next book.

  80. Rated 3 out of 5

    K. Meyer

    I had some issues with the writing, a few too many errors that should have been caught when proofing it.That being said, I liked the story and found that it kept my interest. I wanted to find out what was happening and what the end result would be.For that.. I say let’s read the next in the series!

  81. Rated 3 out of 5

    A Beedle

    I enjoyed the story. I think your editor or proof reader needs a stern talking with. Lots of simple mistakes that made it difficult for me to stay involved in the story. The errors is the reason I didn’t give you a better rating. I find them such a distraction, especially when there are more than just a few.

  82. Rated 5 out of 5

    BK Simmonds

    Loved the book. Hated that it’s a cliffhanger. Read it in 2 days. Read if you like supernatural books. You’ll enjoy it.

  83. Rated 4 out of 5


    Not a bad story. A bit predictable but, almost all are; when you’ve been reading/watching horror for as long as I have. All in all a good quick read. I look forward to reading the next in the series.

  84. Rated 4 out of 5

    barb powers

    Was interesting

  85. Rated 5 out of 5


    Nerve-wracking. Had to sleep with the lights on.

  86. Rated 1 out of 5


    I didn’t order this. Not sure why it showed up on my Kindle. Not something I interested in reading

  87. Rated 3 out of 5

    jo j.

    Good enough to continue on to next book. Why? Want to know the beginning. What the catalyst was. Was it the Carter family that started the deal that now is void? And where exactly are all the children?

  88. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carol Lee

    This book was pretty good. Little scary. And a few twists and turns.

  89. Rated 5 out of 5


    Steady suspense.

  90. Rated 5 out of 5

    D McGuire

    Thank You

  91. Rated 4 out of 5


    This is my first book by this author, and won’t be my last. While there were a few missing words in parts, it wasn’t hard to figure out what was being said. This was a very eerie and interesting story. Creepy when you think about the monster in the closet as a child! I can’t wait to see what happens next, and what exactly the monster is doing with the children, and what our main character will do to defeat him.

  92. Rated 5 out of 5

    Misty Garcia

    Excellent read!

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