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Don't go down to the woods
on 3 October 2013
In the snowy covered Colorado mountains five friends and a dog (sounds a bit Enid Blyton) arrive at the cabin where two of the friends Ryan and Jane spent many happy holidays in their childhood. This is to be a last get together before Ryan goes on to Switzerland to start a new career. Shortly after their arrival they become stranded by a blizzard, but not only are they cut off but something or several somethings are lurking in the woods. The friends soon find themselves in a terrifying situation when they realize that they are about to become prey. This chiller is typical of many other horror tales and movies, there is nothing original here, but it is all good fun. A readable novel that whiles away a few hours.