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You never truly know your neighbors, or what goes on behind closed doors. Sometimes it's better not to. Sometimes the truth is downright haunting. Alex watches from her bedroom window as the small, secluded town of Amberton sleeps: a bright, pleasant town with a dark, disturbing secret. Helen, her foster mother, is gone all hours of the night with no explanation. The You never truly know your neighbors, or what goes on behind closed doors. Sometimes it's better not to. Sometimes the truth is downright haunting. Alex watches from her bedroom window as the small, secluded town of Amberton sleeps: a bright, pleasant town with a dark, disturbing secret. Helen, her foster mother, is gone all hours of the night with no explanation. The neighbors, always friendly, always smiling, are also always watching. They know something Alex doesn’t. Something she shouldn’t… When three outsiders become ensnared in the town’s dark conspiracies, Alex witnesses for herself the nightmare hiding in plain sight. Together, haunted by their own pasts, these outsiders threaten to unstitch the town at its rotten seams, uncovering the gruesome truth writhing beneath the surface.


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You never truly know your neighbors, or what goes on behind closed doors. Sometimes it's better not to. Sometimes the truth is downright haunting. Alex watches from her bedroom window as the small, secluded town of Amberton sleeps: a bright, pleasant town with a dark, disturbing secret. Helen, her foster mother, is gone all hours of the night with no explanation. The You never truly know your neighbors, or what goes on behind closed doors. Sometimes it's better not to. Sometimes the truth is downright haunting. Alex watches from her bedroom window as the small, secluded town of Amberton sleeps: a bright, pleasant town with a dark, disturbing secret. Helen, her foster mother, is gone all hours of the night with no explanation. The neighbors, always friendly, always smiling, are also always watching. They know something Alex doesn’t. Something she shouldn’t… When three outsiders become ensnared in the town’s dark conspiracies, Alex witnesses for herself the nightmare hiding in plain sight. Together, haunted by their own pasts, these outsiders threaten to unstitch the town at its rotten seams, uncovering the gruesome truth writhing beneath the surface.

30 review for The Writhing: A Horror Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nadene (Totally Addicted to Reading)

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.It’s been a while since I read a story in the horror genre. When I saw the audio for The Writhing was available from the publisher for review and after reading the synopsis, I jumped at the chance to listen to it. Now if I were to rate this book on a scale of one to ten on the scary metre, it would fall below five. It was not the type of scary which would requir I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.It’s been a while since I read a story in the horror genre. When I saw the audio for The Writhing was available from the publisher for review and after reading the synopsis, I jumped at the chance to listen to it. Now if I were to rate this book on a scale of one to ten on the scary metre, it would fall below five. It was not the type of scary which would require me to read with the lights on. However, what it lacked in scariness it sure made up for on the suspense, twisted and goose bumps metre. This is one of those stories, where the reader needs to go in blind. There is not much I can say without giving away the plot. However, I will say this not knowing what your neighbours are up can be a blessing in disguise. The author delivered two storylines, which eventually converged to become one. At first, I had no idea how both storylines would connect, as they occurred in different locations and the events were dissimilar. The author created a world where monsters of the human and alien variety existed. The humans are not aware of the alien species, making it easy for them to to take control. If you are familiar with the movie The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, then you get a feel of what this story is like. However, a word of note, besides the body snatching there were other things occurring, which made for a suspenseful atmosphere. I became immersed in what was happening and connected with the characters and hoped each got what they deserved. I enjoyed the pacing along with the world building, which added to my listening experience. Hillary Huber narrated, and she did a splendid job with the voices of the characters. Fans of science fiction, horror and suspense will enjoy The Writhing. This was my first experience with the author’s work, and he did not disappoint.This review was originally posted on Totally Addicted to Reading

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    The Writhing by Abe Moss This is my 1st time reading something by this author and it definitely won't be the last! Twists and turns in this book that keep you reading along to figure out what the heck is going on in the sleepy little village of Amberton. Great characters and a disturbing storyline keep your attention and keep you creeped out. I got this book for free and am leaving this review voluntarily. This book makes a great read just in time for Halloween! The Writhing by Abe Moss This is my 1st time reading something by this author and it definitely won't be the last! Twists and turns in this book that keep you reading along to figure out what the heck is going on in the sleepy little village of Amberton. Great characters and a disturbing storyline keep your attention and keep you creeped out. I got this book for free and am leaving this review voluntarily. This book makes a great read just in time for Halloween!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I really wanted to like this book and it started off very promising but it simply didn't hold up. It jumps all over the place. The parts that seem to start to grab you fall flat. I found myself very bored many times. If I wasn't reading this to leave a review and just bought it myself I wouldn't have read the entire book and just counted it as a loss. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. I really wanted to like this book and it started off very promising but it simply didn't hold up. It jumps all over the place. The parts that seem to start to grab you fall flat. I found myself very bored many times. If I wasn't reading this to leave a review and just bought it myself I wouldn't have read the entire book and just counted it as a loss. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Richard K. Wilson

    I dnf'd this confusing and boring ass snooze fest at 49%! Skip it! This was so poorly written that it read like a script for a really BAD Lifetime Movie about a scorned spouse or some dumb ass story. Sorry. Won't be reading anymore from this author. 1 🤦‍♂️ I dnf'd this confusing and boring ass snooze fest at 49%! Skip it! This was so poorly written that it read like a script for a really BAD Lifetime Movie about a scorned spouse or some dumb ass story. Sorry. Won't be reading anymore from this author. 1 🤦‍♂️

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mike Wallace

    I've seen Abe Moss novels floating around on Amazon "Books You Might Like" lists for quite a while. Also on those lists are a lot dreck, so I never really paid them any mind. I saw that one of my favorite audiobook narrators, Hilary Huber was reading The Writhing and picked it up. What a pleasant surprise. Abe Moss is a great story teller and dare I say in the same league as heavy hitters like Ania Ahlborne and Ronald Malfi. The story is a Body Snatcher-ish horror tale with great characters and a I've seen Abe Moss novels floating around on Amazon "Books You Might Like" lists for quite a while. Also on those lists are a lot dreck, so I never really paid them any mind. I saw that one of my favorite audiobook narrators, Hilary Huber was reading The Writhing and picked it up. What a pleasant surprise. Abe Moss is a great story teller and dare I say in the same league as heavy hitters like Ania Ahlborne and Ronald Malfi. The story is a Body Snatcher-ish horror tale with great characters and a well paced story. I'm looking forward to more from Abe Moss. 5 Stars*****

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cattie Whaley

    Great read The Writhing was a little slow to build but once it got going it was crazy! The nut job neighbor...Brenda, the weird people of the town, Aaron, Alex and David were all great characters. After reading this I read this was his first novel. For a first, it is pretty awesome! Highly recommend!

  7. 4 out of 5

    ❤ArtfullySinful❤

    Six years, she told herself. Six years, and one night had changed everything. “She’s not my mom,” Alex said, and she dropped her hand and stared into the blinding light. “And this isn’t my home.” I’m alone now. Truly alone. Lives seem to cascade around around another in this haunting novel, as everything that once seemed a little off becomes completely bizarre. Haunting memories of a life she shouldn’t of known about, Alex begins questioning the life she’s come to know in Amberton with Helen, Six years, she told herself. Six years, and one night had changed everything. “She’s not my mom,” Alex said, and she dropped her hand and stared into the blinding light. “And this isn’t my home.” I’m alone now. Truly alone. Lives seem to cascade around around another in this haunting novel, as everything that once seemed a little off becomes completely bizarre. Haunting memories of a life she shouldn’t of known about, Alex begins questioning the life she’s come to know in Amberton with Helen, but even those questions wouldn’t bring the answers she craved. After running from home there for the first time, Alex discovers a sight that would unlock her own tortured past. A young boy, only eight named David was being drug from a vehicle into the town’s church in the earliest hours of the morning. As they tried to coach her back to the running car she discovered through his tortured, anguished cries her very own. “Where are you going, anyways?” Capable of surviving..... “Come home, Alex.” Her own family was ripped away from her, as she remembered the visions of her so young, so innocent waking in a fatal car crash, leaving her parents barely holding to life. As she wandered the icy tundra of the road for what felt like hours, Helen would appear from the shadows slaying her family and taking her own to become her twisted version of a daughter. Now as the days have gone by and she’s grown in the small town of Amberton, Alex begins noticing tiny things that weren’t adding up. The neighbors seem too friendly, too many secrets held aloft in their grins. Wendy, the librarian she bonded with knows the secrets surrounding the town, but death may be the only way to share the truth. After discovering David also was taken, his parents butchered in the middle of the night, Helen tried to get the monsters to attach to him as well, where their cold and sharp pale limbs would take root from deep inside. The town was infected, where death would allow the tentacles to explore the outside realms free of their human hosts, their bodies drug behind while a merciless hinder lead them towards those not quite turned. Close your eyes. Close them and breathe. Aaron and his young wife Lucy seemed to have it all, a beautiful marriage filled with hope and everlasting happiness, that is until their neighbor Brenda takes an interest in Lucy. A tragic widow after her husbands death two years prior, she has the secrets to hide and loneliness was the best remedy for the silence to be kept from the world. As Brenda begins being haunted by Willard, the ghost of her past husband, the long standing secrets would unveil as he pulls on her broken and manipulative mind. Following ling years of tragic physical and emotional abuse at his hands, she snaps, killing his with one of his beloved golf clubs before staging his death at his favorite place, the river. The secrets remained hers until his spirit put the blame on Lucy causing Brenda to snap one chilly night. My husband is buried in Canvas Cemetery. He’s been for two years. For two years.... I’ve been a widow, I’m a....” She snuck to their doorstep, pulling them from a slumber and while Aaron was outside investigating the commotion left Lucy vulnerable and as he stumbles inside he sees her body, her head removed and the rest splayed out of their table. Shocked by the actions of their long time neighbor and considered friend, he too was violently attacked and finds his escape by the river and taking refuge in a cabin, owned by Milton and his life would forever be shifted following their chance encounter while Brenda stalked the woods hunting for him. Close your eyes. Just for a minute. Instead of phoning the police, Milton calls Helen alerting her to a human in their area, one carrying the secrets of possibility. Fleeing from Brenda he winds up in their seemingly innocent town but it would be discovered it’s far from that as he witnesses the First True One for the first time. A cold and billowing blue haze seeped from its pores, illuminating the entire room around him as he opened his eyes to its haunted appearance. As the townspeople seem eager for his change to occur he and David held the secrets of being free of the creature inhabit sting everyone else, placing them in critical danger. Following Helen’s death by Brenda it allows The three of them escape but not before Aaron avenges his slaughtered wife by clubbing Brenda with the very club that lead to Brenda snapping, now as they adhere to life far from Amberton it’ll never be the same again... Were there other towns like Amberton?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lori Degarmo

    Not worth the effort It is rare for me to give up on a book partway through. I have suffered through some very long, tedious novels, perhaps relieved when they were finally over, but I’ve finished them. Others I’ve stretched out over time, reading other books in between chapters, but always coming back and then eventually finishing. This book started out well enough, the writing wasn’t bad, I was becoming engaged in parts of the story. There was, however, quite a bit of jumping around, going back Not worth the effort It is rare for me to give up on a book partway through. I have suffered through some very long, tedious novels, perhaps relieved when they were finally over, but I’ve finished them. Others I’ve stretched out over time, reading other books in between chapters, but always coming back and then eventually finishing. This book started out well enough, the writing wasn’t bad, I was becoming engaged in parts of the story. There was, however, quite a bit of jumping around, going back and forth between characters and storylines. That, in itself, is also not a reason I’d use to put a book aside. I also found it unfortunate that I did not particularly like or care about any of the characters. None of them appeared to have many, if any, redeeming qualities. Perhaps the only character I found worthy of rooting for was the young girl, Alex, but even with her, the way that she went about questioning what was secretly going on, came off as obnoxious rather than endearing her to the reader. I think what turned me off the most was, what seemed to me, the very sudden turn to extreme violence of the widow Brenda. From a character who’d previously been portrayed as kind of a “sad sac” of a woman, lonely and rather bitter, she rather quickly became paranoid, delusional and downright psychotic! While her motivation for killing her overbearing, abusive husband, Willard, was clear enough, the motivation for turning on her neighbor, Lucy, was less so. Even less understandable was the extreme nature of how she killed; she didn’t merely stab Lucy, but decapitated her, and what’s more seemed rather cavalier about it! According to the Kindle reader I was using, I made it to 37%. This was after even more killing had taken place, along with clear indications that a “pod-people” narrative was forthcoming. All things considered, I found it a good time to bow out before I invested any more time in the story. Who knows? I may go back to it some day and skim through to the end, but as for now, my patience and interest are both, sadly, gone.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anna Szabó

    Well, s***... This was a very disturbing, crazy, insane story. And I mean that in the best possible way. At first the story was a little confusing, I just had no idea what the hell was going on. The prologue confused me to no end so obviously I needed to find out what will happen. It is really really hard to give a review without giving too much away. Brenda is a widow. But not your normal, everyday kind. Than there is Aaron. He is Brenda’s neighbor. One night Brenda does something unimaginable t Well, s***... This was a very disturbing, crazy, insane story. And I mean that in the best possible way. At first the story was a little confusing, I just had no idea what the hell was going on. The prologue confused me to no end so obviously I needed to find out what will happen. It is really really hard to give a review without giving too much away. Brenda is a widow. But not your normal, everyday kind. Than there is Aaron. He is Brenda’s neighbor. One night Brenda does something unimaginable that changes their lives for good. They end up in Amberton. A little sleepy town, where everyone seems to lead a happy, normal life. Alex lives there ever since her parents died. Her foster mother, Helen is a little strange. She keeps secrets from Alex. She lies to her. And then when one night Alex has had enough and goes after Helen, her life is turned upside down. She sees something she wasn’t suppesed to. Their lives intertwine in the most horrible way. The writing is descriptive, the story flows nicely after I got the hang of it. I started reading it in the evening, when it was dark...I must say it was a horrible idea. I was scared. And I don’t scare easily. I liked most of the characters, I liked Alex and Aaron. They are smart, they fight through everything that happens to them. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Strong

    OK, so I've read 3 of this author's books in the past 4 days, and even though I gave this one 3 stars, I don't regret it at all and I'm going to keep going through his backlist. I'm really on a horror kick right now, and I think he's got interesting ideas. He says in his bio that this is his first book, and quite frankly, I could tell. This one was more slasher flick than psychological horror (and you can probably tell from that where my preferences lie), whereas his later ones are more subtle. B OK, so I've read 3 of this author's books in the past 4 days, and even though I gave this one 3 stars, I don't regret it at all and I'm going to keep going through his backlist. I'm really on a horror kick right now, and I think he's got interesting ideas. He says in his bio that this is his first book, and quite frankly, I could tell. This one was more slasher flick than psychological horror (and you can probably tell from that where my preferences lie), whereas his later ones are more subtle. But the biggest reason I downrated it is that there's no real explanation of anything at the end, and I am insatiably curious. I WANT TO KNOW. WHERE DID THESE THINGS COME FROM? WHY ARE THEY HERE? WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN TO THEM NOW AFTER THE END OF THE STORY? Still, this is a meaty story--the novel feels long for the horror genre, which I prefer, because none of it is wasted space. There's always something happening somewhere, no naval gazing at all (even if, again, sometimes I prefer naval gazing--ha).

  11. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    If you happen to see a sign for the town Amberton, on your travels, make sure you keep going and whatever you do, don't stop! The people look normal and are doing normal things, but they are not at all what they seem. Add to this, Brenda, an insane woman, who talks to her dead husband and does what he says.. and you really have a good scare coming! Alex, David and Aaron live in this small town and have each lost parents or spouse under weird conditions. Helen runs the town and is Alex's foster mo If you happen to see a sign for the town Amberton, on your travels, make sure you keep going and whatever you do, don't stop! The people look normal and are doing normal things, but they are not at all what they seem. Add to this, Brenda, an insane woman, who talks to her dead husband and does what he says.. and you really have a good scare coming! Alex, David and Aaron live in this small town and have each lost parents or spouse under weird conditions. Helen runs the town and is Alex's foster mother. Alex doesn't trust her (rightfully so) and lucky for her, Helen has developed a somewhat motherly attachment to Alex, despite the trouble the girl gets into. Wendy is another character who could have been useful to this small group, but was too frightened, after what happened to her husband. This novel by Abe Moss will surely keep you on your toes and make you think twice before venturing on to new places. While parts were a bit slow, it held my interest and I couldn't wait to see how it all came together! I wasn't disappointed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Doreen Fernandes

    Stellar Supernatural Thriller Every book by Abe Moss is unique. The Writhing was in a class of its own. It had me hooked right from the start and I had to finish it as I was curious to know the outcome. What do the protagonists have in common?Alex, David and Aaron, by mischance have ended up in Amberton, a quaint town. However, something is not right. Alex feels that Helen, her foster mother is hiding something. When she comes across David and Aaron she finds out that they are being used for a ma Stellar Supernatural Thriller Every book by Abe Moss is unique. The Writhing was in a class of its own. It had me hooked right from the start and I had to finish it as I was curious to know the outcome. What do the protagonists have in common?Alex, David and Aaron, by mischance have ended up in Amberton, a quaint town. However, something is not right. Alex feels that Helen, her foster mother is hiding something. When she comes across David and Aaron she finds out that they are being used for a macabre purpose. Who is Helen and what is her hold on the townspeople of Amberton? The ending is a shocker. I highly recommend all Abe Moss's books for their originality and graphic depiction of the weird and macabre. Horror at it's finest!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    What an introduction to an author! This book is full of twists and suspense along with horror. This is a new author to me, and he has done an awesome job coming up with a great unique plot and a brilliant way of telling his story. This is a page -turner for sure, I was sitting on the edge of my seat as I eagerly flipped through the pages digesting every word, every scene that this book has to offer. If this is your genre then this is a book that you do not want to miss reading! I received a free What an introduction to an author! This book is full of twists and suspense along with horror. This is a new author to me, and he has done an awesome job coming up with a great unique plot and a brilliant way of telling his story. This is a page -turner for sure, I was sitting on the edge of my seat as I eagerly flipped through the pages digesting every word, every scene that this book has to offer. If this is your genre then this is a book that you do not want to miss reading! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lola Brown

    What a ride!!! This is the first of Abe's works I've ever read but, I've got to say, I'm impressed! At the beginning of the novel, I just couldn't figure out how the different characters' stories had anything to do with each other. But when it all came together....my mind was just blown. If you're on the hunt for a solid horror novel with realistic, drawing characters...look no further!!! Thanks, Abe for finally deciding to share this wonderful story with us! Can't wait to see what you do next! What a ride!!! This is the first of Abe's works I've ever read but, I've got to say, I'm impressed! At the beginning of the novel, I just couldn't figure out how the different characters' stories had anything to do with each other. But when it all came together....my mind was just blown. If you're on the hunt for a solid horror novel with realistic, drawing characters...look no further!!! Thanks, Abe for finally deciding to share this wonderful story with us! Can't wait to see what you do next!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Carolyn Strength

    I'm glad I found this book by Abe Moss. What a ride! I just finished reading "The Writhing". This is a really good book. The characters are well-developed and I found myself caring for the heroes. The story is skillfully told and I was caught up in the story from the very beginning. Keep on writing, Abe Moss. I will keep reading. Thank you for your work. I have already ordered another of your books and can't wait to get started. I'm glad I found this book by Abe Moss. What a ride! I just finished reading "The Writhing". This is a really good book. The characters are well-developed and I found myself caring for the heroes. The story is skillfully told and I was caught up in the story from the very beginning. Keep on writing, Abe Moss. I will keep reading. Thank you for your work. I have already ordered another of your books and can't wait to get started.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    A disturbing, thrilling, horror story with elements of the paranormal and sci-fi. I mean that in the best way possible. If you love the horror genre and love a good monster or two, this is an excellent book for you! The Writhing has human monsters and sci-fi style monsters all in one story and they all collide in one town to bring chaos. This one will haunt my nightmares for a bit! I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  17. 5 out of 5

    John Morris

    Gory sci-fi with a paranormal backdrop! It took me a while to really get into this book. Was it a ghost story? No. Was it a violent thriller? No. It was in the manner of a late 1950s, early 1960s sci-fi horror. Something along the lines of "Village of the Damned" meets "The Invasion of the Bodysnatchers" meets "The Stepford Wives". However you would describe it, this was a thoroughly entertaining tale. Gory sci-fi with a paranormal backdrop! It took me a while to really get into this book. Was it a ghost story? No. Was it a violent thriller? No. It was in the manner of a late 1950s, early 1960s sci-fi horror. Something along the lines of "Village of the Damned" meets "The Invasion of the Bodysnatchers" meets "The Stepford Wives". However you would describe it, this was a thoroughly entertaining tale.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Belinda Roth

    A good, not great book I found myself surprised at how well written this book was. The characters have depth despite the large cast. Plotting was the trouble for me. It took a turn a quarter of the way through the book that I didn't like or agree with. Despite this, I will give the writer another go. A good, not great book I found myself surprised at how well written this book was. The characters have depth despite the large cast. Plotting was the trouble for me. It took a turn a quarter of the way through the book that I didn't like or agree with. Despite this, I will give the writer another go.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Randy

    Another great story Abe Moss is my favorite new Horror author. This time he thrilled me with a great story reminiscent of The Body Snatchers. A story completely different and original though. I don't want to give away any spoilers... you need to read it for yourself. Old school horror at its best, and I mean that as a compliment. Great book!!! Another great story Abe Moss is my favorite new Horror author. This time he thrilled me with a great story reminiscent of The Body Snatchers. A story completely different and original though. I don't want to give away any spoilers... you need to read it for yourself. Old school horror at its best, and I mean that as a compliment. Great book!!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Teena Renken

    A griping story A town full of people , but young Alex can’t help thinking something is off about them. A young man and his wife live in a neighborhood not too many miles from the town. Across the street lives an older widow., haunted by her husbands ghost. A night of terror will bring them all into the same strange town. Where something lives.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    I Could Not Put This Down I found Abe Moss a little while back. I love his books. I wasn't sure I was going to like this, as it's not what I generally choose. I was right. I didn't like it. I loved it. I'm falling asleep at work because I can't stop reading in the night. Another awesome job, Abe. I Could Not Put This Down I found Abe Moss a little while back. I love his books. I wasn't sure I was going to like this, as it's not what I generally choose. I was right. I didn't like it. I loved it. I'm falling asleep at work because I can't stop reading in the night. Another awesome job, Abe.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heather Bane

    Great horror book! The author did a great job on the story. I found it suspenseful and intense. I was hooked!!! I highly recommend!! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cher riley

    Great! This is a very good book. I really liked the characters and very good plot. Scary and very interesting. Liked it very much. This writer is very good and hope to read more of his stories.Thank you.

  24. 5 out of 5

    MMust

    Holy .....My God that was amazing I don’t even know how to describe the balanced but also sustained tension of this insane book except the writing is stellar and I couldn’t put it down once I started it.

  25. 4 out of 5

    lina

    Just could not finish it... Got halfway through but it fell flat for me. It is suspenseful but it jump around to much. But the author has future in writing because she can write. It just was of for me.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Malinda Hoard-Atkins

    Unbelievably Good I could not put this down! The more I read, the more intense it became. This should be a movie! The stuff beyond nightmares! I was on the edge of my chair. Wow! This was actually one of the best I've read. Beats Mr. King! Unbelievably Good I could not put this down! The more I read, the more intense it became. This should be a movie! The stuff beyond nightmares! I was on the edge of my chair. Wow! This was actually one of the best I've read. Beats Mr. King!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Brandie Lea Slicer

    I took a chance on this and really enjoyed it! The horror was over the top and comical too which I think goes hand in hand with a great horror read or movie! In fact, I would love to see this made into a film. I will definitely be reading more from this author.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Omar Trevino

    Body snatchers Another great story by Abe Moss. I enjoyed reading this book, two stories collide and become one interesting ride. Strong characters, fast paced and easy to follow. I really enjoy the author's writing style, great imagination! Body snatchers Another great story by Abe Moss. I enjoyed reading this book, two stories collide and become one interesting ride. Strong characters, fast paced and easy to follow. I really enjoy the author's writing style, great imagination!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    Interesting but maybe a bit much going on. It starts out very creepy and interesting and then it goes even more in depth. I would read more from this author and I did enjoy it but there was a lot of different story lines and things going on.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jane DiGiovanni

    Excellent What a vivid imagination Abe Moss had at 18 and continues to have. This story was well written, though it jumped to frequently from one persons point of view to the next for my taste. The characters were awesome. the storyline quite good.

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