WELCOME TO LAMONT, COLORADO: a quiet little town nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. It's the type of town where people know each other by name and see each other every day. It's the type of town where things like murder, fire, and anything supernatural just don't happen.
But Lamont is about to get a new resident--a resident who carries these things wherever he goes, and leaves the land scorched in his wake.
When the disappearances begin and things start going bump in the night, there are only a few of the local townspeople who notice and decide to act. For them, protecting their town from this new evil is the only thing that matters.
These lonely crusaders will have to confront their own disbelief and doubts--as well as those of their friends and neighbors--to face a foe unlike any they could ever have imagined.
Writer. Movie buff. Nerd. Pottymouth. Amateur philosopher. Walking contradiction.
"I live in my own little world. But it's ok, they know me here." -Lauren Myracle
Books, especially the ones you write yourself, are your own little worlds. They can create a family and new friends; they make you feel happy, sad, frightened, warm and fuzzy, and perhaps most of all, grateful. Grateful for imagination, grateful for an escape, grateful for the ability to create something that you can have all to yourself or share with the world. Books transport us, they make us fall in love, they break our hearts, and take us on new adventures. #longlivelit
This is another book that I won from the goodreads giveaway and I was so excited to win again. If you remember reading fairy tales as a child then reading this book will bring back memories. Memories of a simple story with simple characters is what this book is all about. If Ms. Lave' set out to tell a simple old fashined fairy tale, and since that is the title, I can only assume that she did, then she accomplished just that. But if a reader is looking for an indepth story with a detailed background for characters then do not look to this book. If you read it with the eyes of a child, then you can enjoy it. But as an adult reader I like a little more meat to my story.