Something Down There by Nancy Widrew
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
On the beginning of the book should be write: Do not read if you are claustrophobic! Just kidding… Anyway, this is quite disturbing story. All the time while I was reading, I have that feeling that I miss a fresh air. But, this book, through the horror story of one couple, Jeremy and Karen, show us quite interesting facts about caves. Jeremy’s passions for caves and adventures that will bring him an amazing newspaper story, put them in a life-dangerous situation. Facing with one strange group of people living down there, in the “Second Chance City, you will begin to ask yourself will you ever have enough courage to think about entering some cave ever in your life.
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SOMETHING DOWN THERE
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: Azure Spider Publications
Publication Date: November 15, 2017)
Not all caves are uninhabited
Horror erupts when newlyweds, Karen and Jeremy, cross paths with members of a diabolical cult inside a West Virginia cave. Living below the earth’s surface has triggered mutations, rendering the cult members nearly infertile. Their leader, a wild-eyed, cunning brute, refuses to let the couple leave, believing they and their potential offspring hold the key to surviving underground. Are Karen and Jeremy doomed to spend their lives inside this sunless, subterranean wasteland, or do they escape before their minds shatter and their bodies betray them?
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About Nancy Widrew
Nancy Widrew was born and raised in NYC before settling in New England with her husband. She has two grown children and two four-legged furry ones, always a source of amusement. She has had short stories published in webzines and a print anthology. This is her first novel.
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