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This month, I actually had some duds in the pile, so this made my choice for Best of the Bunch a little easier, plus, I only read 8 books this month, which isn't very many. Those that I liked though, made it hard because horror is one of my favorite genres, but this book really stood out to me.
Dead of Winter by Brian Moreland
This came to be on my TBR pile by a request for review sent to me by Brian. I read the synopsis and thought that this would be perfect to read for October, so I accepted it, and I am so glad that I did!
To sum the book up in as little as possible, there is something stalking the villagers at Fort Pendleton in the wilderness of Canada. But its not an animal and its much harder to kill than one. So, we watch the villagers succumb to the horror while a group of the villagers try to stop the carnage.
This book has it all: Native American superstition, Christian beliefs, fantastic characters, a beautiful setting, great plot action, dialogue, gore, and a creature so fantastically scary that you will dream about them, I promise. I can promise you that because I did. This book made me not want to sleep with my back to the door or turn the lights off. Very rarely does a book do that to me! So, thank you Brian for writing an awesome book. I couldn't recommend it more highly!
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