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The Witch of Gray's Point (Lorestalker #3)

4.60  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  6 reviews
It hides in the shadows, waits in the desert, ready to pounce on any who enter its domain.

To Miriam Brooks, a solo study trip to an abandoned desert ranch house sounds like the perfect respite from the world, a way to unwind and center herself after a string of unbelievable encounters with terrifying monsters.

Yet the desert isn't devoid of life. Something lurks outside
Kindle Edition, 233 pages
Published December 2nd 2019 by Evolved Publishing LLC
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Alicia Smock
Dec 05, 2019 rated it really liked it
When a new book series is published and it promises to entertain right out of the gate, it can be difficult to wait for the next book to be published. For readers who have been following author J.P. Barnett, that wait has been pretty much nonexistent for, within a single year, he has released three books in his creature feature suspense Lorestalker Series. He began the year with The Beast of Rose Valley, followed up with a strong sequel in the summer with The Kraken of Cape Madre, and to end 201 ...more
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At this point, we should already know this book is going to be a 5 star for me. I mean, LOOK WHO WROTE IT!!! .... Does the man ever write a bad book? I mean... does he? now I'm curious. Lol

Barnett did it again! He managed to write another amazing book that manages to keep you on the edge of your seat while! "The Barnett" should totally be a roller coaster name. He would own the damn thing. The man has no shame! (kidding.... maybe. lol)

I honestly didn't expect that ending. Even with his previou
Nov 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What a read! This book had me reading every spare moment, and I only ever put it down rather begrudgingly. We have new characters (I am SO in love with Gabe!), as well as some old favorites (I'm looking at you, Miriam). This falls somewhat into the horror genre, but not the "I'm afraid to go to sleep because I'll have nightmares" horror. It's reads more like action-adventure with a supernatural twist.
Here's what I love about this author:
1) Pace. It keeps moving at a good clip, without sacrificin
Nov 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Witch of Gray's Point might be my favorite of JP Barnett's books so far (I've heard there are at least three more under contract!). Plot twists, new scenery so well described, complicated characters you can't help but love (even the ones you don't want to) all come together in an unexpected story. I've never been a fan of the macabre or of horror really, but his writing is so good I don't mind the occasional fright. Outside of the scary moments, my heart kept racing and I couldn't put it dow ...more
Mistie Walser
Dec 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
My favorite of the series so far! I love the sparks of romance between Miriam and Gabe. It's a fast-paced story that kept me intrigued until the very end. A great read from a great writer! I highly recommend it.
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This book was not what I expected. I hardly read these kind of story lines. But I am glad to start reading J.P.'s stories. Book three in the Lorestalker series caught me and reeled me in. I was fully invested in the characters and kept asking...What's going to happen next. This book is real! It is not cheesy or over played with the plot. The story had me enamored. I am a fan and hooked on this series!!

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