The Third Knock (Black Eyed Children Book 3)

Rated 4.09 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(12 customer reviews)

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Length: 169 pages

Ruby is on the run, but the black eyed children haven’t forgotten her…

Battered and wheelchair bound, Ruby has now found refuge in a dingy apartment building. Her brain is wracked by nightmares and an all-consuming sense of paranoia. The days are marked by a simple routine of eating, taking pain medication, finishing rudimentary tasks at her day job, and most importantly, to not let them in.

Yet the demonic children with their pool-black eyes have not forgotten her. They are determined to break down every ounce of sanity until nothing remains. The evil children want Ruby. And they won’t rest until they finally possess her.

Thunderous storms beat relentlessly against the building’s windows, and a newly gruesome monster suddenly appears. Its wide, grinning teeth and bloody smile haunt Ruby’s every waking hour … or is this new abomination a figment of her increasingly fragile imagination?

With their eerily child-like voices calling out to her, and the grisly creature playing mind-games, Ruby must find a way to banish these horrific fiends once and for all. At her wits end, and physically broken, she will have to keep the children out of her house, and out of her head.

But they are terribly relentless. And all they really want is to come in…

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Length: 169 pages

Ruby is on the run, but the black eyed children haven’t forgotten her…

Battered and wheelchair bound, Ruby has now found refuge in a dingy apartment building. Her brain is wracked by nightmares and an all-consuming sense of paranoia. The days are marked by a simple routine of eating, taking pain medication, finishing rudimentary tasks at her day job, and most importantly, to not let them in.

Yet the demonic children with their pool-black eyes have not forgotten her. They are determined to break down every ounce of sanity until nothing remains. The evil children want Ruby. And they won’t rest until they finally possess her.

Thunderous storms beat relentlessly against the building’s windows, and a newly gruesome monster suddenly appears. Its wide, grinning teeth and bloody smile haunt Ruby’s every waking hour … or is this new abomination a figment of her increasingly fragile imagination?

With their eerily child-like voices calling out to her, and the grisly creature playing mind-games, Ruby must find a way to banish these horrific fiends once and for all. At her wits end, and physically broken, she will have to keep the children out of her house, and out of her head.

But they are terribly relentless. And all they really want is to come in…

12 reviews for The Third Knock (Black Eyed Children Book 3)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    deloise peters

    i loved these books would really love for them to continue

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    I was so scared I had to stop and start, I think this series should be made into a movie,, I would definitely pay to see,, just make sure either to write the screen play or someone like the writer of insidous

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    This being the third book I suspect will be the last. I hope I’m wrong this series has been excellent and this third the best of them all. I would be freaking out to if little kids were wanting and begging to get in. Knowing they were little evil monsters! I would hope to see this on a movie screen also. What a fest that would be. Well Sara, you’ve outdone yourself! Absolutely loved every word! Keep them coming!

  4. Rated 3 out of 5

    Otter B

    After reading all three of the Black Eyed Children books, I want to first applaud Ms. Clancy’s ability to create a sense of tension and fear and hold it throughout an entire story. This is both a gift and, if you’ll pardon the pun, overkill. The books are intense page turners, and the writing is excellent – descriptive, sensory inducing, your heart races and you find yourself pulled into the action and terror. Despite all this, the books left me unsatisfied. There were void of any explanations as to the origins of the Black Eyed Children or why they had this polite limitation of requiring physical entrance before they could do physical damage. Terrifying and unrelenting only goes so far. Its like a rich dessert without a meal or a free fall without impact.If the next book is another battle without any deeper understanding or insight into the who, what, or where of the BEC, I think I’ll pass. I love dessert, but occassionly need a little meat with my meals.If, however, you prefer ice cream and are not looking for something meatier, the books are a chilling read.

  5. Rated 3 out of 5

    sharonme

    Scary. They feed on your fear. Remember that and you just might survive. But can you ever be free of the black eyed children?

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    fire fighter

    Very very creepy.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rae-Shawna C.

    An amazing series! I couldn’t wait to read each page and was left anxiously waiting for the next story! Absolutely brilliant!

  8. Rated 3 out of 5

    Dannielle c.

    It was OK, I wish the author could of done an epilogue of ruby & Tristan 1 or 2 years later but it didn’t. The ending was a little lame it could of been better .

  9. Rated 2 out of 5

    Customer

    Although editing was better in this book, the story wasn’t as good as the first two books. Although this last book in the series was a disappointment I’ll keep reading Sara Clancy’s books.

  10. Rated 4 out of 5

    lynn adams

    Very good. I really enjoy these books. Short and easy to read in an afternoon

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sci first fan

    I loved this series. The black eyed children were scary dangerous and terrifying. Each book continues their pursuing Ruby. They are the ultimate predator.

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Succvbi

    I have read a lot of horror it’s practically all I do read. I could not stop turning the pages on all three of these books. I really felt for Ruby but what I loved about her is she kept fighting. The whole series was excellent and I would love to see this as a series of films. As I was reading I even had actresses and actors picked out as it played out in my head. While there is no more to this series I will definitely be reading more from this author already have a book bought. If you want to be creeped out and unable to put a book down this series is for you.

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