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Godless Creatures

(The Mother of All Things #2)

4.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
It has been three years since the massacre at Sablefall Farm and life has slowly returned to normal in the small North Yorkshire town of Helmsley. Mass murderer Harper Darmody remains at large, presumed dead and Elaine is now settled with her children. She secretly harbours her brother and the siblings continue to hand out their own brand of justice to those responsible fo ...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published July 14th 2020 by DRF Publishing
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Aug 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Brilliant. I loved this book so much. A great follow on from The Mother of all Things but you could definitely read Godless Creatures without reading the first. Although, once you've read this book, you probably want to.
The writing and layout are perfect with each chapter being one of the four main characters in sequence making it easy to follow. The story flows really well.
It's very dark and chilling at times. If it was a movie I'd tell a squeamish person not to watch it alone.
A mother (Elai
Aug 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Expect the unexpected...such clever writing!

Superb sequel to The Mother of All Things. The author cleverly takes the characters to another level as they adjust to life after the massacre at Sablefall Farm. Lenny, my favourite character, embarks on a mission to find Elaine’s sons’ killer and soon becomes embroiled in the hunt for the evil serial killer responsible. There are so many unexpected turn of events that you just don’t see coming, which makes such a refreshing change as I can usually pr
Moraye Potgieter
Aug 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
1. Don’t Talk
2. Don’t Scream
3. Don’t Try To Escape
The three rules that need to be followed to stay alive.

This book shows you how humans become godless creatures and how guilt can eat you alive.

We see this creation through the eyes of The Boy and the created through the eyes of a man drowning in guilt. Through those same eyes we can see how redemption is found and evil is born.

You can see how actions have consequences and how the present shapes the future.

Gabriel Blake has written an excitin
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