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- Listening Length: 8 hours and 45 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 14 Mar. 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007K92WH8
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The Bone Factory Audio Download – Unabridged
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Far too many loose ends are never addressed. For example, what exactly is the mysterious contaminant, and how did it get there? How come only one man seemed to know about it, and why, when it wasn't necessary, did he then send a person with fairly obvious mental health issues there to spend a severe winter alone? And who cares anyway?
I was surprised to find that this was not the author's first book, so poor was the quality of it, and the comparison to an early Stephen King book mentioned in reviews is as wide of the mark as it is laughable - King's writing and characterisation is streets ahead of this guy's.
I won't be wasting my time on any more of his output, thank you!
The Bone Factory is a fantastically addictive story of spine chilling horror and suspense.
The story is based near the small town of Jackson on the snowy Canadian Quebec borders with Maine USA; we follow Americans, David and Helen Pierce and their daughter Jessica who move into a house in a deserted rural area outside Jackson very near to a new Hydro electric power facility being developed where David has just been given the job of getting the project and facility back on track.
There have already been a handful of mysterious gruesome deaths and mutilations in the area and a young girl has been abducted and is still missing. David discovers slowly the truth of what is happening in the area and his daughter, Jessica has been having terrifying visions of an evil blue man who even now is watching and waiting for his chance to kill again......
This book is truly chilling and I thoroughly enjoyed it and can't wait to try more of Nate Kenyon's books, I love this author, at last I have found someone who is as good or even better than Richard Laymon! You must try this book - buy it now!
Quite detailed in the narration, probably a bit too much which makes it long winded at times and there are some excellent scenes conjured up by the author - the little girl in the dark shed was particularly spine tingling - but a lot of the time you just want him to get on with it.
I am quite demanding when it comes to characters in that I want to like them even if they're a little bit bad or flawed but the characters here were somewhat 2D and I can't say I was too bothered in the end as to who would survive. Even having finished it I'm not entirely sure why certain things happened such was the rush to wrap it up after such a long and winding build up.
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Really enjoyed this story, good writing keeps you gripped wanting to know more. Will read more from this author in the future.Published 3 months ago by Claire B
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