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The Devils WoodsAce so evil that even animals avoid itWhen their father’s expedition team goes missing Kyle Elkheart and his brother and sister return to the abandoned Cree Indian reservation where they were born Kyle can see ghosts that haunt the. I could literally not put this book down I read it in a day and 12 Very intense and gripping book that takes the reader deep into the woods of an Indian reservation that is supposedly hauntedA family unites together to find their father who has gone missing on an archaeological dig on an Indian reservation in the deep woods of Hagen's Cove The only thing is the woods harbor another secret that the Indians from past generations have warned everyone for centuries The warning is Do Not Go Into The WoodsThe book grabs you from the first page and throws the reader into a vortex of horror from the beginning to the end of the book This book was so good that I read it within 24 hours Fast paced action packed horror will take the reader on a ride for their life Five stars for this one

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Fear wears many skinsDeep within the Canadian wilderness people have been disappearing for over a century There is a place the locals call “the Devil’s Woods” but to speak of it will only bring the devil to your door It is a pl. THE DEVIL'S WOODS by Brian Moreland is a book I devoured in two sittings The main setting planted the perfect background to this novel that blended Native American Lore man and the supernatural The Macaya Forest The landscape here is different from the woods that surround the reservation's compound Here the trees tower to enormous hights and intertwine with one another as if trying to conceal something the land never wanted man to discover Three siblings Kyle Eric and Shawna taken away from the reservation of their Cree father following their parents' divorce are brought back by a call from their Uncle Ray Ray informs them that Elkheart their father has gone missingAt first the village seems cozy and cheerful the ideal tourist spot but once they enter into the grounds of the decaying reservation itself the atmosphere is permeated by unease and the unnerving sensation of being studied The trees have eyes and they're always watching Deep in the reservation is a plot of woods that even the Natives were taught to steer clear of and it is here that Kyle feels he must search for the answers to his father's disappearance There are places in the world where lost spirits never rest And man is considered prey In all of this Moreland retains an unyielding tension that gnaws at your mind even when the characters are involved in lighthearted activities Although we have a fairly large cast of main characters I felt I knew each of them intimately Incredibly realistic personalities top notch atmospheric tension and horrors that you have to read to believe what could a reader ask for I will immediately be looking for of Brian Moreland's booksHighly recommendedre read September 2017 Changing my 45 rating to a solid 5

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The Devils Woods review ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¹ Fear wears many skinsDeep within the Canadian wilderness people have been disappearing for over a century There is a place the locals call “the Devil’s Woods” but to speak of it will only bring the devil to your door It is a place so evil that even animals avoid itWhen their fatWoods surrounding the village and they seem to be trying to warn him  The search for their father will lead Kyle and his siblings to the dark heart of the legendary forest where their mission will uickly become a fight for survival. Well evidently this is the year of me reading wrong Everybody loved this one and while I did enjoy parts of it there were just too many things that bugged me and slogged down the pacing of the novel for me The premise should have been right up my alley but I just couldn’t get fully into it I am chalking this one up to bad timing because too many of my friends that have similar tastes dug it a lot than I did Yep The year of me reading wrong continues