Uninvited Guests Trilogy

Rated 3.47 out of 5 based on 19 customer ratings
(20 customer reviews)

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Length: 140 Pages

Alan Walter’s marriage has fallen apart. It all started when the Walters moved into their new dream home. For months, they heard creaking noises in the attic, tapping on the walls and the opening of cabinet doors. His wife swears that there’s an intruder living in the house. But Alan didn’t believe her. And he didn’t discover the truth until it was too late.

Now, three years later, it’s happening again to a single mom and her two young children.
And Alan won’t let history repeat itself. Not if he can help it.

As Alan investigates the case, he uncovers a conspiracy twenty years in the making. He comes face to face with an unspeakable horror that will change his life forever. Soon enough Alan Walters will realize that if these walls could talk, they would be screaming.

The Uninvited Guests Trilogy Contains:

  1. Uninvited Guests
  2. Descent into Madness
  3. Becoming The Beast

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Length: 140 Pages

Alan Walter’s marriage has fallen apart. It all started when the Walters moved into their new dream home. For months, they heard creaking noises in the attic, tapping on the walls and the opening of cabinet doors. His wife swears that there’s an intruder living in the house. But Alan didn’t believe her. And he didn’t discover the truth until it was too late.

Now, three years later, it’s happening again to a single mom and her two young children.
And Alan won’t let history repeat itself. Not if he can help it.

As Alan investigates the case, he uncovers a conspiracy twenty years in the making. He comes face to face with an unspeakable horror that will change his life forever. Soon enough Alan Walters will realize that if these walls could talk, they would be screaming.

The Uninvited Guests Trilogy contains:

  1. Uninvited Guests
  2. Descent into Madness
  3. Becoming The Beast

20 reviews for Uninvited Guests Trilogy

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Leo Tolstoy, Avid Reader

    Enjoyed the uniquely refreshing premise presented in the storyline. Was pleasantly surprised by the intense & never-ending twisting junctures that flowed well from one to the next. I’m an avid reader & this was one of the few books I couldn’t guess what was going to happen next as it progressed. And as another reviewer mentioned – the last paragraph was the bomb. Definitely watching for new stories by this author. His storytelling, while not 100% probable or even possible because it IS fiction, does present many moments that are freakishly plausible & those instances struck chords of terror in the pit of my stomach & gave me goosebumps when reflecting on the story after I finished it. Wondering about the 4 star rating? There were a few words missing, misused, and/or misspelled. For example, consider the following text copied verbatim from the book: “They ‘prayed’ on people’s hopes”. The use of “prayed” is incorrect & s/b “preyed”. Still, because the author used such a unique & great idea it was definitely worth it to me to have had the time & opportunity to read this trilogy.

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Customer

    Dear readers: I bought the trilogy of “Univited Guests”, and I really was not thrilled with the stories. I think that the characters are well written, good atmosphere, it does keep you reading, but these books are really not about ghosts, but more about evil coming back in different forms to harass and kill. I thought it was intriguing, but not really my style!!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    A Twisted Bi**ches Author

    Great plot and truly belivable. People are crazy and this took a cult following to a whole new level.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Janice McGuire

    Really interesting and enjoyable.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Corrine Thompson

    I loved the book and can’t wait for the next part

  6. Rated 1 out of 5

    Customer

    Couldn’t even make it halfway through…First chapter was good then downhill very fast. Cult like creatures hiding in houses. Not a good read.

  7. Rated 2 out of 5

    H. Grove (errantdreams)

    This is billed as a trilogy, but that’s because it basically strings three short-story-length pieces together. Even as a whole this doesn’t take long to read.Once Alan blows the lid off of this conspiracy, it’s forced to go public as a religion. It offers homes and food to those who join. Since the cult wishes to break people’s minds, bodies, and spirits, the homeless or down-on-their-luck recruits make a fine choice of victim. Clever. I never did figure out how living in the walls of other people’s homes made sense as part of this. How did we get from “there’s a guy living in our walls” to “massive powerful cult”?Alan has a hallucinatory experience, which involved trite turns such as a wave of blood from the elevators.I might classify this book as “Lovecraftian Extra-Lite”. They’re clearly going for that vibe: “[T]his home is built with impossible geometry”. But it never achieves the horror of a Lovecraft story.SPOILER WARNING: I’m going to talk about a few events closer to the end of the book. Skip to the next paragraph to avoid these. I couldn’t buy that the bad guys completely and utterly broke Alan’s mind by drugging him into killing a mole in their organization. He isn’t exactly fragile, and that breaking seems to have made him a high-level bad guy. That’s risky at best and comes out of nowhere. Alan is renamed as “Spiritus”, whose job it is to break others’ spirits. Alan is still aware of what’s going on, trapped inside Spiritus, but then later he seems unaware of quite a bit that happened; it’s a contradiction. More to the point, why is Alan so important that the cult would scrap the whole huge operation and start over again if he doesn’t come through? END SPOILERSI never got hooked, and that didn’t get better as the novel continued. Things don’t seem to have been thought through well.

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    hey man..

    Great story takes turns you will never see coming. Highly recommend if your looking for a scary story. Read it alone at night!

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Joseph Zarzano

    Wasn’t too sure about this, but decided to give it a try. Glad I did. Just when you are ready to settle back, BAM, another surprising plot twist. Really holds the attention and keeps you turning pages.

  10. Rated 4 out of 5

    Jeffrey Holton

    This was a fast and intense read. I felt the storyline was solid and the writing pretty good. There were times that the story became as little far fetched but those moments were few and far between. This is a great horror novel and is worth the price you pay.

  11. Rated 3 out of 5

    patty t

    Could not really get into it . . . . rather confusing and hard to follow.

  12. Rated 3 out of 5

    The Fisters

    These books were well written but not my preferred genre.

  13. Rated 4 out of 5

    laurathomas61

    I grabbed this trilogy as a free download off Amazon. It’s a great way to discover new authors.I’ll be reading more of Victor’s stories.From the first story to the last, you are totally emotionally engaged. You’ll want to kick some character butt, reach in and shake sense into them. Tell them, hey, don’t you know the rules on how to survive a horror story. A lot of what they do is typical screw up stuff. You shake your head, wondering, why did the author give me the same old idiots.But, wait. That’s how you get emotionally engaged with these characters. How you come to like or loathe them, wish them to survive or die horribly.And what’s good horror without killing off some characters. It could be someone you loathe, or that one you are really hoping will make it. Lots of twists and no guarantees.It’s creepy good reading and I’m planning on seeing what else Victor Dark has for me.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    sieara1975

    A very dark and strange story but also addicting fresh and new. I have read more books than I could ever count in all different genres and I have to say this book is in a class of it’s own and it will keep you guessing. You’re never quite sure if the villain is supernatural or just human depravity until the very end.

  15. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    This was a great book I can’t wit to read more from u soon I love ur books I’m looking for word to more from u

  16. Rated 1 out of 5

    Tia LL. Robbins

    I know that the author must have worked very hard on this. Having said that, it still made absolutely no sense to me. I read every word thinking that surely all will be clear soon……nope. Sigh.

  17. Rated 4 out of 5

    Christy

    08/20/2016Not sure what to say about this one. Buyer beware I guess (every house ‘supposedly’ has a history). The first was better than the second and third stories. I don’t recommend for children.

  18. Rated 1 out of 5

    margaret murphy

    Bad

  19. Rated 3 out of 5

    Crusader

    This was a pretty good read up until the last book which took a twisted turn that I wasn’t ready for and then it got weird – I didn’t like how it took a turn for the weird in the last book so I ended up not finishing it – three stars only for this book.

  20. Rated 2 out of 5

    Gamecreep

    After reading the Listen to me Speak trilogy which I absolutely loved, I had high hopes for Uninvited Guests. This novel however was just too strange and Confusing. I did enjoy the first book in the series but after that it just got weird and to difficult to follow. Maybe it’s because I lost interest but kept reading anyway but I really got tired of all of the drugged out visions and I never really did understand why these people or ghouls were hiding out in people’s houses. Sorry Mr. Dark but this one just wasn’t for me. Will definitely be giving your next novel a read though!

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