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Some of my favorite books by the author are the earlier ones, I still have a very distinctive me Graham is my favorite writer. She promises this land to the man procuring the Wendigo’s services.
In turn she is lead into a world that is beyond her understanding and is noway prepared for. Lists with This Book. Bit while the protagonist is hunted down by the forest spirit, you can forget the book’s weaknesses. That’s when Masterton really turns it up to eleven. In this story he returns to one of his favorite themes – Indian legends Recommend this and all his books.
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At this time he started to write a bestselling series of sex ‘how-to’ books including How To Drive Your Man Wild In Bed which has sold over 3 million copies worldwide. I read this book as a read along with several people and this is now my third time reading it.
Some of his ideas can be bizarre, as in “Night Warriors”. Personally, I didn’t quite understand it, maybe because I didn’t find Lily A pretty quick read, absorbing, and well-written. There’s a scene where a car is attacked by the Wendigo and the couple inside and torn about, I felt it spoiled the flow of the terror and went for too much of a schlock value and I know that, if I was writing this, I’d have handled it in another way.
Apr 11, Michael Myett rated it really liked it. Thanks Janie for introducing me to GM, I look forward to reading more of his books. No one writes like Masterton and his use of folklore and different legends, spirits and creatures mixed with the world of humans always comes out with shockingly dark results that somehow seem possible.
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Edgewise is a compact and brutal read, with more intestines than a haggis factory! Graham was breathed great atmosphere to his novel; the visuals are very strong and stimulating.
I got a used british edition, a former library book from England, meaning this book has traveled further than I have and now it’s all mine: InMasterton published Rules of Duela short novel from the early s that he wrote in collaboration with William S. Apr 07, Matt Garcia rated it it was amazing.
Burroughs Burroughs has co-author credit. Apr 17, Daniel rated it liked it. The bodies pile up; people aren’t as safe as they appear.
It started out promising, but soon the believability of the sequence of events outweighed the story. He’s good at setting up a situation, introducing something weird and dangerous, and bringing the two together without delay.
She does not feel like the FBI are doing enough for her to get her children back and she turns to George Iron Walker who claims he can summon the Wendigo, a Native American forest spirit, who will find her children and bring that safely back to her, but it will be for a pretty high price.
I pretty much guessed what was gonna happen anyways. Graham Masterton is one of my favorite authors, and I really enjoyed this book. Nov 26, Deanna rated it it was ok Shelves: Books by Graham Masterton.
The scene with the SUV is horrifying. Retrieved from ” https: Decent horror novel about the mother of kidnapped children who makes a deal with a Native American Shaman to send a demon the Wendigo to get her children back, only to have the creature turn on her.
Here, he draws from Native American mythology and comes up with a murderous monster. This was a buddy read and it was fun to talk with others about the main character. I felt a connection to the Native American characters and could empathize with their position.
Not what I was expecting, but a very good read. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Graham Masterton’s debut as a horror author began with The Manitou ina chilling tale of a Native American medicine man reborn in the present day to exact his revenge on the white man.
A Shaman by the name of George Iron Walker helps to summon the Wendigo, spirit of hunt that smells like burnt electricity and appears to be a hologram of a deer man, standing on two feet, limbs twisting backwards, antlers with sharp points and black eyes, oh yeah did I mention that he’s a cannibal, that’s right, he kills by eating his pray.
The FBI can’t find the children so she has the Wendigo summoned, then blames everyone else when bad things happen to her because she promised a payment she couldn’t fulfill. I kasterton never not been entertained by one of his novels. Now, what’s this Wendigo up to? I find it to be so engaging right from page one and it is masrerton easy to follow. Edgewise is his newest work out in paperback and this time the topic deals with Native American spirits and folklore.
Edgewise is a yraham page-turner that provides thrills and some chills. As I mentioned I liked the first half and I also liked the descriptions of the wendigo itself, however things get a little too extreme sometimes. He was annoying with the whole, ‘just date me’ thing. In the middle of the night the action starts off right away before the reader gets their guard up. This page was last edited on 22 Octoberat See, this woman’s in real estate and could have the ability to hand over to the local tribe a piece of land stolen from them years ago.
Lily Blake’s first mistake was getting involved with dangerous forces she didn’t understand. As or Lily I’d have made her easier to sympathise with, a character you could root for wenddigo she has clear evidence of how deadly the wendigo is yet she still rgaham to defy it and not keep her word, even though admittedly it does turn out that she couldn’t have paid it anyway.