Forest of Shadows
The dead still hate!
John Backman specializes in inexplicable phenomena. The weirder the better. So when he gets a letter from a terrified man describing an old log home with odd whisperings, shadows that come alive, and rooms that disappear, he can’t resist the call. But the violence only escalates as soon as John arrives in the remote Alaskan village of Shida. Somethin...more
Do shadows lurk around the corner of your home? Press against your window, claw at your door? Does evil claim your territory for their own devices? No, well….you’re not having any fun then. I suggest you get your fix like I did by reading Forest of Shadows by Hunter Shea.
Until you pick up your own copy, or possibly win the giveaway mentioned below, maybe thi ...more
He write in great detail about his main characters, giving them life, as he gets you to feel real emotions for them as if they were alive.
Some might think that there is a little bit too much detail in the story before anything of any cons ...more
Ever since the sudden death of his wife, John has suffered debilitating anxiety. He lives a reclusive life, connected to the world through his daughter and his close friend, Eve. John's other connection is not so much to the world as it is, but to the supernatural. A financial windfall gave him the ability to turn his hobby of paranormal research into a full time pursuit, including running a website. T ...more
When John Backman loses his wife, he is left alone with his daughter Jessica. John's sister-in-law, Eve who is now divorced from his brother, helps John take care of Jessica. Oh, did I tell you that John won 25 million from the lottery? But three years later and he is still living in the same house and with the loss of his wife, really doesn't feel that he exists. John has always been interest ...more
John suffered insomnia after his wife died of a heart attack while she was sleeping. He became afraid of dying in his sleep that way but he knew that he has no cause to be afraid. He came across a case of a haunting in Shida, Alaska.
During his investigation, John, his daughter Jessica, his sister-in-law Eve and her son Liam discovered that ...more
The spook factor is high in this book, but not as high as in Sinister Entity, which is actually book two. S ...more
A chilling tale with an endearing, eclectic and disturbing cast of characters. Nic ...more
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If you need a balls to the wall sprint, from cover to cover, then Forest of Shadows may not be your cup of tea. This story is like an old kettle. A slow boil that finishes with a scream.
Hunter Shea delivers a finish that is worth the wait.
I'm a new fan of the horror genre, and Hunter hooked me on this one. A well written great read.
John Heldon, author of "Ark".