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The Thing In The Lake

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Billy McGregor just wants to enjoy his summer before high school, but a creature lurks within his lake and seems to be picking off the residents one at a time. As a horror-buff, he’s quick to pick up on this and with nobody else seeming to notice, it’s up to him and his friends to take matters into their own hands.

But they aren’t the only ones after the creature.

A local co
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Published September 30th 2020
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Oct 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
It begins with an accident on a rain slicked road. If not for that, the "thing" may have never escaped, leaving death and a fate worse than death in it's wake. Then again, if not for that rain slicked road nobody may have ever found out about the ghastly experiment that has gone so terribly awry. This was a fast paced creature feature story and it doesn't take long from the time of it's escape for the "thing" to make its presence known in the most gruesome of ways. I enjoyed the relationships be ...more
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The Thing In The Lake is exactly what you expect – it’s about a thing, in a lake. With a nostalgic feel of spending summers watching movies with friends and imagining yourself as the hero that saves the day, this is a novel that really puts it’s characters to the test. When a genetically engineered government experiment is let loose on a small lakeside town, four teenage boys and horror film addicts, take it upon themselves to f
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CONOR METZ was born in Renton, Washington in 1984. His early years exposed him to a variety of outlandish films, novels, and comics books, which have shaped him into the writer he is today. He currently lives in Seattle, Washington.

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