Devil’s Rise (Black Eyed Children Book 2)

Rated 4.20 out of 5 based on 15 customer ratings
(16 customer reviews)

$2.99

 

Length: 141 pages

She thought she had escaped. She couldn’t have been more wrong.

Months have passed since Ruby managed to flee from the demonic children that hunted her in the Yukon wilderness. Still, she can’t shake the memory of their obsidian eyes and the crippling fear that they aren’t really dead. With distance, time, and her new job at a ski resort, she hopes to bury the past and move on. Her days are simple. She works the gondola to send visitors up the ragged mountainside to the restaurant at the summit, and never stays out past dusk.

Then a group of skiers mysteriously disappear, and Ruby is forced to break her own rules. Along with her coworker, Tristan, she must wait for the rescue crew. As night descends, stranded on the top of the mountain, a living mist rises, and her greatest fear comes true. Exhaustion, terror, and madness take their toll, and Ruby and Tristan are forced to rely on each other, or perish. But trust may prove to be just as deadly as what is lurking beyond the door.

Because the children have survived. And they really want to come in.

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Length: 141 pages

She thought she had escaped. She couldn’t have been more wrong.

Months have passed since Ruby managed to flee from the demonic children that hunted her in the Yukon wilderness. Still, she can’t shake the memory of their obsidian eyes and the crippling fear that they aren’t really dead. With distance, time, and her new job at a ski resort, she hopes to bury the past and move on. Her days are simple. She works the gondola to send visitors up the ragged mountainside to the restaurant at the summit, and never stays out past dusk.

Then a group of skiers mysteriously disappear, and Ruby is forced to break her own rules. Along with her coworker, Tristan, she must wait for the rescue crew. As night descends, stranded on the top of the mountain, a living mist rises, and her greatest fear comes true. Exhaustion, terror, and madness take their toll, and Ruby and Tristan are forced to rely on each other, or perish. But trust may prove to be just as deadly as what is lurking beyond the door.

Because the children have survived. And they really want to come in.

16 reviews for Devil’s Rise (Black Eyed Children Book 2)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    This time Ruby is working at a hotel/lodge called the Bears Run Resort. It is located on a hilltop offering skiing slopes also. When the mist rolls in Ruby starts seeing the children again. She and her co-worker, Tristan begin to be attacked by the ghost children. This story is full of creepiness and goosebumps. It could be a standalone but I would recommend them in order. Great story and I can’t wait for the next one!

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Casa

    I would’ve rated it higher but every time I came across bad spelling , it would take me out of the story. If that doesn’t bother you and you’re looking for a good & creepy book, this is a pretty good one. That being said, I look forward to the next book.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Patricia Bugg

    I recommend reading Black Eyed Children first so you know a little of the back story but you could read this as a stand alone if needed….poor Ruby is stuck high on a secluded mountain with another co-worker for 3 days fighting off the ghostly children who love to use decapitated heads as a weapon….very creepy book!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Michele Schneider

    This series of 2 books were awesome!This series of 2 books was awesome! These ebooks kept me hooked. I just discovered this author. Will definitely read her other books!

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    sharonme

    Do not read this book before bed. You will need to sleep with the lights on. The black eyed children are the stuff of nightmares!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ramonita Torres

    I would definitely recommend this book to family and friends alike!!!!! Loved it from start to finish!!! Could not put it down!!! Keep on writing!!!!!

  7. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer

    Black eyed children #1 & #2Both were great! Kept me at the edge of me seat. Read both in one day, couldn’t stop.Only one problem, in book 2 they lost their phones…shortly there after, the phones were back again. How did that happen? Did I miss something?

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    NENolan

    Another very scary story about those creepy kids. I found myself shivering at times while reading this. Great believable characters! I think the Gondola scared me as much as the kids. I’m a bit afraid of heights. 😱

  9. Rated 4 out of 5

    carol leaboure

    Gcant wait for next book

  10. Rated 4 out of 5

    Dannielle c.

    This book was good i loved it I can’t wait to read the 3rd book in this series. There are some grammar issues but nothing to bad. Some parts the description of things lag on but other than that it was goods

  11. Rated 3 out of 5

    Customer

    Good story. Good series. Believable character. Can’t wait for the next story. Would’ve given four or five stars but editing issues brought down the rating. At one point both characters lost their phones. A few chapters later they were using said phones as flashlights to see around the kitchen. Also the word barely is misspelled half the time.(spelled barley)

  12. Rated 4 out of 5

    Terry in Maine

    This book was too much liked the first one. It started out good but quickly evolved into a repeat of Ruby’s Yukon experience which took out some of the excitement for me. Makes me hesitant to read the third book of the series. This one is slightly less captivating than the first book.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    I really like this series of books. I never really thought about this kind of storyline, but I like it.

  14. Rated 4 out of 5

    Terry G. Mathis

    The story was good but I hate the ending. What happened to Ruby?

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sci first fan

    The second book was just as intense as the first one. I can’t wait to start reading book three. The blackened kids may just beeverywhere

  16. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer

    Love the book but, this has got to be the clumsiest girl around. Hurts herself more than the bek

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