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Community[Reading] ➽ Community By Graham Masterton – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Michael is involved in a car crash which kills his girlfriend He wakes to find himself in the hospital of a small town in Montana There he convalesces and gradually becomes acquainted with the local c Michael is involved in a car crash which kills his girlfriend He wakes to find himself in the hospital of a small town in Montana There he convalesces and gradually becomes acquainted with the local Community, most of whom seem to be clever and charming, although some are arrogant and difficult to get on with In particular he forms a relationship with a smart and pretty local girl He learns that he has been in a coma for weeks and that his friend s remains have already been sent back to California for cremation He keeps in touch with his family through emails and phone callsAs time goes by, however, and he gradually recovers his mobility, he begins to notice odd things about the Community People disappear without explanation and nobody ever mentions them again Strangers come and go on a regular basis but the local people seem to ignore them He is about to leave and go back home when his new girlfriend disappears He stays to investigate He gradually begins to come to the terrible conclusion that he is actually dead and that everybody in the town knows that he is no than a ghost The truth, however, is far shocking. I had absolutely no intention of reading this book I has just started reading Stephen Kings, Insomnia, for the umpteenth time, and just thought I d read a chapter of this book Just to see if I wanted to read it next Well, so long Insomnia, and hello Community This story got its hooks in me right away, and next thing you know I had to see what the heck was going on The mystery and oddness of it is something that I always forget about Mr Mastertons work Once I did figure out what was going I had absolutely no intention of reading this book I has just started reading Stephen Kings, Insomnia, for the umpteenth time, and just thought I d read a chapter of this book Just to see if I wanted to read it next Well, so long Insomnia, and hello Community This story got its hooks in me right away, and next thing you know I had to see what the heck was going on The mystery and oddness of it is something that I always forget about Mr Mastertons work Once I did figure out what was going on, I couldn t see how Michael was going to get out of it alive Ah, but I also forgot how this author has a knack for somehow figuring it out, and giving me an ending that I love The preview of his book is at odds with what s actually in the book The story takes place near Mt Shasta, not in Montana, and people don t just up and disappear But, I ve decided not to tell the big differences, as I think you should find out for yourselves as you read it This was one of the better books that I ve read this year Yep, I d recommend this book and author This was an interesting read Masterton is a terrific horror writer and he usually puts a different spin on things This novel was a perfect example of that It had the distinct feel of a Twilight Zone episode It was quickly paced and kept me guessing the entire way I wanted to know the mystery of Trinity and I found it to be a satisfying explanation The characters were solid and the plot inventive This was a mind bender sort of story and I found its subdued horror paranormal elements to be This was an interesting read Masterton is a terrific horror writer and he usually puts a different spin on things This novel was a perfect example of that It had the distinct feel of a Twilight Zone episode It was quickly paced and kept me guessing the entire way I wanted to know the mystery of Trinity and I found it to be a satisfying explanation The characters were solid and the plot inventive This was a mind bender sort of story and I found its subdued horror paranormal elements to be enjoyable I appreciated the shorter length of the novel and felt that it allowed the story to be told without unnecessary filler The ending was a bit cheesy but it seemed appropriate to characters motivations so I ll accept it for what it was This story is not exactly a punch to the gut butof a kick to the mind It ssinister than in your face scary and over a period of time it starts to sag on the sanity, it was a fun read and when I was away from it my mind would spiral back to it subconsciously wondering what the heck is Michael up to now Michael of course being the main character, a regular guy on a drive with his girl Tasha to visit her sister who lives near Seattle, their little drive was interrupted by magnificen This story is not exactly a punch to the gut butof a kick to the mind It ssinister than in your face scary and over a period of time it starts to sag on the sanity, it was a fun read and when I was away from it my mind would spiral back to it subconsciously wondering what the heck is Michael up to now Michael of course being the main character, a regular guy on a drive with his girl Tasha to visit her sister who lives near Seattle, their little drive was interrupted by magnificent Mount Shasta, or rather something eerie that happened right near it The story reminded me a bit of that intense movie, Breakdown with Kurt Russell the road, the intensity, the unnerving feeling of something weird going on and then the separation and introduction of a whole new world to Michael and Natasha One minute they are driving admiring the view and the next a car crushes them off the road, after a fall down the side of the road and a flip Michael manages to get his seat belt off but the sight of his girl gives him chills, they are both in bad shape, luckily help is on the way That s pretty much all I can say about the meat of the book and not spoil it, cruel I know, but no worries, Michael wakes up in at the Trinity clinic that has his best interest at heart If anything they go out of their way to make sure he s okay and working on his rehabilitation His amnesia doesn t help especially when they start calling him someone else s name and his life suddenly turns into a living nightmare, truth and fiction blend like the twilight sky where dark and light coagulate into murky uncertainty and it s up to Michael to fight back to regain his life and identify back Eerie residents of Trinity, the overly accommodating doctors and Isobel, his new vixen of a rehabilitation companion make Michael wonder who he is and what exactly is he s still doing in Trinity months after his waking from a comma and then he discovers that something or rather someone is missing from the picture his quest for answers was a blast to read, I had my theories but the story was well crafted and in true Masterton fashion it haddeliciously creepy layers than a Trinity get well cake Kasia S This was tougher to rate than Masterton s books normally are I m a huge fan of the author and was very excited to find a new book of his at the library He s a terrific storyteller and as such draws the reader in right from the start The titular community Trinity is located in the shadow of the Mount Shasta It s where the main protagonist, Michael after a terrible car crash He s got amnesia and he s being taken exceptionally good and shockingly free care Almost to good to beBut amnesia This was tougher to rate than Masterton s books normally are I m a huge fan of the author and was very excited to find a new book of his at the library He s a terrific storyteller and as such draws the reader in right from the start The titular community Trinity is located in the shadow of the Mount Shasta It s where the main protagonist, Michael after a terrible car crash He s got amnesia and he s being taken exceptionally good and shockingly free care Almost to good to beBut amnesia or not, it s impossible to ignore that something is very off in a sweet sleepy preternaturally quiet community Yes, some of the Trinity secrets were somewhat easy to figure out, but there were still enough twists and surprises to keep things interesting The main problem here was Michael, the strangely unlikable hero To start with having sex with a woman after she explicitly says no is a rape, even if it s his lover Not that Michael is a habitual rapist, but he is habitually self righteous, annoyingly stubborn and kind of an a hole The side characters weren t particularly likable either, although they manage to be pretty compelling The american set novel was overwhelmed with britishisms Some logic snafus, like Michael not understanding the concept of phones with area codes to be located in different parts of the country world Mobile phones, they are mobile, it s in the name Anyway, it s almost to Masterton s credit that despite all that the book is very readable and very entertaining Once again he dips into native american mythology and creates an original plot Not the author s best, but a fun read all the same I m a littlethan halfway through this book and if oneperson says flush centered I m going to lose my mind I get the gist of what it means, though I ve never heard the phrase before But four different characters have said this phrase and there better be an explanation why by the time I get to the end of this book or I m going to be pretty angry that I continued to read it This is oneof the worst novels I have ever read I don t usually make a habit to bash another author s work If I don t like a book then fine, whateverbut in this case I feel I really just have to say something My quick plot summary of Community by Graham Masterson is as follows A rather self righteous jerk named Michael and his cardboard cutout of a girlfriend are in a bad traffic accident Michael wakes up in a pleasant little small mountain town with a state of the art medical facility and all his medical bills taken care of He has I don t usually make a habit to bash another author s work If I don t like a book then fine, whateverbut in this case I feel I really just have to say something My quick plot summary of Community by Graham Masterson is as follows A rather self righteous jerk named Michael and his cardboard cutout of a girlfriend are in a bad traffic accident Michael wakes up in a pleasant little small mountain town with a state of the art medical facility and all his medical bills taken care of He has amnesia, so maybe he doesn t quite realize that he has already experienced a minor miracle, as after care for a long term medical condition like say a damaged spine, and a head injury, both of which he supposedly has, can easily bankrupt even middle class people in America Regardless, he is soon released from intensive care and sent to stay with some kind of literature spouting sex nymph who makes him delicious food, takes care of his every whim, and has lots of strangely worded sex with him So far so good, right Now, Michael s live in teenage fantasy is also rather cold to the touch, which is odd, and sometimes at night he sees strange people peeking in the blinds and looking at them That sort of thing would certainly be a bit disconcerting He tries to talk about this sort of thing but people are enigmatic about it, and mostly just tell him to chill out, relax, and do whatever he likes all day Everyone seems really adamant that he live this sort of rent free, stress free, life of doing whatever he desires, having lots of sex, eating good food, and hanging out with a community of friendly strangers They are also clearly lying to him about his identity, what happened to him, and a lot of other stuff too Lying isn t good, certainly, but it is certainly not the most malicious activity people can do Naturally, and without spoiling anything, Michael decides he needs to burn this town to the ground To say that the main character of this story is the villain of it does a disservice to villains inrespectable stories He is a self righteous tool, an angry and ungrateful little brat, and as thoroughly unlikable as I have ever read a protagonist to be At one point he even rapes his live in sex maid Charming fellow really At another point he runs over a bunch of people because they are trying to get him not to steal a car and kidnap someone This man deserves a medal At this point I feel I really MUST get into spoiler territory, because as ridiculous as all this is it is still somewhat of an entertaining read My main beef is not with how silly and juvenile the main arc is, it is with the clever twist that explains why everyone is trying so hard to deceive Mr Michael SPOILER WARNING The twist here is that the town that Michael is trapped in is actually made up of immortal, and nearly physically indistinguishable ghosts Not just any ghosts either, but the ghosts of famous, productive, and important members of society The whole place is a sort of planned community that allows really awesome people in society to keep contributing foreveror at least as long as they would like there is a pretty easy escape mechanism built in too It turns out that Michael s live in sex maid is actually a famous author who now screws random strangers in between making works of literary genius Other ghosts create vaccines and mathematical or scientific breakthroughs of various kinds In essence this place is like a ghostly version of the TV show Eureka The catch These ghosts need non ghost people to hang out with them so that they stay around and don t disappear It doesn t have to be anyone in particular, and the ghosts are well aware that they ARE ghostsso really, being as how this is a government run institution of national importance, you would figure they carefully find and screen candidates, require thorough qualifications, and have a long waiting list of applicants wanting to live, work, and chill alongside your Stephen Hawkings and Ray Bradbury s of the world Ha ha NOPE Instead, they ambush whoever happens to be passing by, attempt to give them serious brain injuries and then perform a long and elaborate con job trying to convince that person they are someone else, that they need to stay here forever, and that none of this is the slightest bit weird What kind of psychopath came up with that idea Seriously, for a community the way they describe it in the book there would be HUNDREDS of interested and qualified applicants in universities and government positions around the country They could put promising young writers with the literati, talented scientists with the scientists, physiologists and social workers with any ghosts who have mental issues, and all of them FULLY AWARE AND BRIEFED on the whole thing.It s not even like there isn t ALREADY a fully briefed and qualified staff that lives and works with the ghosts The frikkin medical center is filled with normal folks who are doing their very best to help and maintain this community There is clearly already someone in charge of recruiting and hiring the people who work there, so, what, we are supposed to believe that that person is just so overworked that they absolutely refuse to hire anyone else At what point does assaulting random strangers and then attempting to brainwash them makesense than just putting up a frikkin advertisement And don t even get me started on the protagonist and his motivations At the end, I kid you not, after everything is explained to his lout he goes off and burns down the medical center, and then systematically destroys the town Seriously, the residents in the town did nothing but lie to him, not even going so far as to even TOUCH him, and were instead super nice and chill the whole timeand the dude goes off and essentially kills the lot of them He even kills his inflatable sex doll come to life housemate, for no reason other than he isa jerk The whole story is written like he is the hero valiantly struggling against a sinister conspiracy, but he really comes of instead as a really really good example of why you don t just take some dingbat off the street and try to brainwash him into your carefully planned community The idea for the book is actually pretty dang interestingthe execution is just plain moronic As I said before I hate to put it like that, I really dobut there it is I am never disappointed by Masterton and his stories Great twist at the end. Really loved this book and characters, found it hard to put down, highly recommend it COMMUNITYbyGraham MastertonCOMMUNITY by Graham Masterton is a powder keg of a novel that is ready to blow I am loathe to spoilers, so all I ll say is that it involves 2 lovers, a horrifying car crash, a medical center and a town that s just a little too good to be true Sound familiar did to me too Here s the thing, in the hands of a master like Graham Masterton, it s a whole new ballgame It goes without saying that the writing is crisp, lean and meanMasterton hasn t just been around th COMMUNITYbyGraham MastertonCOMMUNITY by Graham Masterton is a powder keg of a novel that is ready to blow I am loathe to spoilers, so all I ll say is that it involves 2 lovers, a horrifying car crash, a medical center and a town that s just a little too good to be true Sound familiar did to me too Here s the thing, in the hands of a master like Graham Masterton, it s a whole new ballgame It goes without saying that the writing is crisp, lean and meanMasterton hasn t just been around the blockhe built the block As if the story wasn t chilling enough, it s always snowing in the small community of Trinity Set in the mountains of Northern California, the story includes a nod to Native American mysticismthe guy loves his Native American hocus pocus runDON T walk to the nearest copy of THE MANITOU I will admit to guessing the secret , but ultimately that isn t the point, again in the hands of Masterton it s about so much , and the lines of right and wrong a blurred as one questions if the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few I highly recommend picking up COMMUNITY, and letting Trinity welcome you for an extended stay

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I had absolutely no intention of reading this book I has just started reading Stephen Kings, Insomnia, for the umpteenth time, and just thought I d read a chapter of this book Just to see if I wanted to read it next Well, so long Insomnia, and hello Community This story got its hooks in me right away, and next thing you know I had to see what the heck was going on The mystery and oddness of it is something that I always forget about Mr Mastertons work Once I did figure out what was going I had absolutely no intention of reading this book I has just started reading Stephen Kings, Insomnia, for the umpteenth time, and just thought I d read a chapter of this book Just to see if I wanted to read it next Well, so long Insomnia, and hello Community This story got its hooks in me right away, and next thing you know I had to see what the heck was going on The mystery and oddness of it is something that I always forget about Mr Mastertons work Once I did figure out what was going on, I couldn t see how Michael was going to get out of it alive Ah, but I also forgot how this author has a knack for somehow figuring it out, and giving me an ending that I love The preview of his book is at odds with what s actually in the book The story takes place near Mt Shasta, not in Montana, and people don t just up and disappear But, I ve decided not to tell the big differences, as I think you should find out for yourselves as you read it This was one of the better books that I ve read this year Yep, I d recommend this book and author This was an interesting read Masterton is a terrific horror writer and he usually puts a different spin on things This novel was a perfect example of that It had the distinct feel of a Twilight Zone episode It was quickly paced and kept me guessing the entire way I wanted to know the mystery of Trinity and I found it to be a satisfying explanation The characters were solid and the plot inventive This was a mind bender sort of story and I found its subdued horror paranormal elements to be This was an interesting read Masterton is a terrific horror writer and he usually puts a different spin on things This novel was a perfect example of that It had the distinct feel of a Twilight Zone episode It was quickly paced and kept me guessing the entire way I wanted to know the mystery of Trinity and I found it to be a satisfying explanation The characters were solid and the plot inventive This was a mind bender sort of story and I found its subdued horror paranormal elements to be enjoyable I appreciated the shorter length of the novel and felt that it allowed the story to be told without unnecessary filler The ending was a bit cheesy but it seemed appropriate to characters motivations so I ll accept it for what it was This story is not exactly a punch to the gut butof a kick to the mind It ssinister than in your face scary and over a period of time it starts to sag on the sanity, it was a fun read and when I was away from it my mind would spiral back to it subconsciously wondering what the heck is Michael up to now Michael of course being the main character, a regular guy on a drive with his girl Tasha to visit her sister who lives near Seattle, their little drive was interrupted by magnificen This story is not exactly a punch to the gut butof a kick to the mind It ssinister than in your face scary and over a period of time it starts to sag on the sanity, it was a fun read and when I was away from it my mind would spiral back to it subconsciously wondering what the heck is Michael up to now Michael of course being the main character, a regular guy on a drive with his girl Tasha to visit her sister who lives near Seattle, their little drive was interrupted by magnificent Mount Shasta, or rather something eerie that happened right near it The story reminded me a bit of that intense movie, Breakdown with Kurt Russell the road, the intensity, the unnerving feeling of something weird going on and then the separation and introduction of a whole new world to Michael and Natasha One minute they are driving admiring the view and the next a car crushes them off the road, after a fall down the side of the road and a flip Michael manages to get his seat belt off but the sight of his girl gives him chills, they are both in bad shape, luckily help is on the way That s pretty much all I can say about the meat of the book and not spoil it, cruel I know, but no worries, Michael wakes up in at the Trinity clinic that has his best interest at heart If anything they go out of their way to make sure he s okay and working on his rehabilitation His amnesia doesn t help especially when they start calling him someone else s name and his life suddenly turns into a living nightmare, truth and fiction blend like the twilight sky where dark and light coagulate into murky uncertainty and it s up to Michael to fight back to regain his life and identify back Eerie residents of Trinity, the overly accommodating doctors and Isobel, his new vixen of a rehabilitation companion make Michael wonder who he is and what exactly is he s still doing in Trinity months after his waking from a comma and then he discovers that something or rather someone is missing from the picture his quest for answers was a blast to read, I had my theories but the story was well crafted and in true Masterton fashion it haddeliciously creepy layers than a Trinity get well cake Kasia S This was tougher to rate than Masterton s books normally are I m a huge fan of the author and was very excited to find a new book of his at the library He s a terrific storyteller and as such draws the reader in right from the start The titular community Trinity is located in the shadow of the Mount Shasta It s where the main protagonist, Michael after a terrible car crash He s got amnesia and he s being taken exceptionally good and shockingly free care Almost to good to beBut amnesia This was tougher to rate than Masterton s books normally are I m a huge fan of the author and was very excited to find a new book of his at the library He s a terrific storyteller and as such draws the reader in right from the start The titular community Trinity is located in the shadow of the Mount Shasta It s where the main protagonist, Michael after a terrible car crash He s got amnesia and he s being taken exceptionally good and shockingly free care Almost to good to beBut amnesia or not, it s impossible to ignore that something is very off in a sweet sleepy preternaturally quiet community Yes, some of the Trinity secrets were somewhat easy to figure out, but there were still enough twists and surprises to keep things interesting The main problem here was Michael, the strangely unlikable hero To start with having sex with a woman after she explicitly says no is a rape, even if it s his lover Not that Michael is a habitual rapist, but he is habitually self righteous, annoyingly stubborn and kind of an a hole The side characters weren t particularly likable either, although they manage to be pretty compelling The american set novel was overwhelmed with britishisms Some logic snafus, like Michael not understanding the concept of phones with area codes to be located in different parts of the country world Mobile phones, they are mobile, it s in the name Anyway, it s almost to Masterton s credit that despite all that the book is very readable and very entertaining Once again he dips into native american mythology and creates an original plot Not the author s best, but a fun read all the same I m a littlethan halfway through this book and if oneperson says flush centered I m going to lose my mind I get the gist of what it means, though I ve never heard the phrase before But four different characters have said this phrase and there better be an explanation why by the time I get to the end of this book or I m going to be pretty angry that I continued to read it This is oneof the worst novels I have ever read I don t usually make a habit to bash another author s work If I don t like a book then fine, whateverbut in this case I feel I really just have to say something My quick plot summary of Community by Graham Masterson is as follows A rather self righteous jerk named Michael and his cardboard cutout of a girlfriend are in a bad traffic accident Michael wakes up in a pleasant little small mountain town with a state of the art medical facility and all his medical bills taken care of He has I don t usually make a habit to bash another author s work If I don t like a book then fine, whateverbut in this case I feel I really just have to say something My quick plot summary of Community by Graham Masterson is as follows A rather self righteous jerk named Michael and his cardboard cutout of a girlfriend are in a bad traffic accident Michael wakes up in a pleasant little small mountain town with a state of the art medical facility and all his medical bills taken care of He has amnesia, so maybe he doesn t quite realize that he has already experienced a minor miracle, as after care for a long term medical condition like say a damaged spine, and a head injury, both of which he supposedly has, can easily bankrupt even middle class people in America Regardless, he is soon released from intensive care and sent to stay with some kind of literature spouting sex nymph who makes him delicious food, takes care of his every whim, and has lots of strangely worded sex with him So far so good, right Now, Michael s live in teenage fantasy is also rather cold to the touch, which is odd, and sometimes at night he sees strange people peeking in the blinds and looking at them That sort of thing would certainly be a bit disconcerting He tries to talk about this sort of thing but people are enigmatic about it, and mostly just tell him to chill out, relax, and do whatever he likes all day Everyone seems really adamant that he live this sort of rent free, stress free, life of doing whatever he desires, having lots of sex, eating good food, and hanging out with a community of friendly strangers They are also clearly lying to him about his identity, what happened to him, and a lot of other stuff too Lying isn t good, certainly, but it is certainly not the most malicious activity people can do Naturally, and without spoiling anything, Michael decides he needs to burn this town to the ground To say that the main character of this story is the villain of it does a disservice to villains inrespectable stories He is a self righteous tool, an angry and ungrateful little brat, and as thoroughly unlikable as I have ever read a protagonist to be At one point he even rapes his live in sex maid Charming fellow really At another point he runs over a bunch of people because they are trying to get him not to steal a car and kidnap someone This man deserves a medal At this point I feel I really MUST get into spoiler territory, because as ridiculous as all this is it is still somewhat of an entertaining read My main beef is not with how silly and juvenile the main arc is, it is with the clever twist that explains why everyone is trying so hard to deceive Mr Michael SPOILER WARNING The twist here is that the town that Michael is trapped in is actually made up of immortal, and nearly physically indistinguishable ghosts Not just any ghosts either, but the ghosts of famous, productive, and important members of society The whole place is a sort of planned community that allows really awesome people in society to keep contributing foreveror at least as long as they would like there is a pretty easy escape mechanism built in too It turns out that Michael s live in sex maid is actually a famous author who now screws random strangers in between making works of literary genius Other ghosts create vaccines and mathematical or scientific breakthroughs of various kinds In essence this place is like a ghostly version of the TV show Eureka The catch These ghosts need non ghost people to hang out with them so that they stay around and don t disappear It doesn t have to be anyone in particular, and the ghosts are well aware that they ARE ghostsso really, being as how this is a government run institution of national importance, you would figure they carefully find and screen candidates, require thorough qualifications, and have a long waiting list of applicants wanting to live, work, and chill alongside your Stephen Hawkings and Ray Bradbury s of the world Ha ha NOPE Instead, they ambush whoever happens to be passing by, attempt to give them serious brain injuries and then perform a long and elaborate con job trying to convince that person they are someone else, that they need to stay here forever, and that none of this is the slightest bit weird What kind of psychopath came up with that idea Seriously, for a community the way they describe it in the book there would be HUNDREDS of interested and qualified applicants in universities and government positions around the country They could put promising young writers with the literati, talented scientists with the scientists, physiologists and social workers with any ghosts who have mental issues, and all of them FULLY AWARE AND BRIEFED on the whole thing.It s not even like there isn t ALREADY a fully briefed and qualified staff that lives and works with the ghosts The frikkin medical center is filled with normal folks who are doing their very best to help and maintain this community There is clearly already someone in charge of recruiting and hiring the people who work there, so, what, we are supposed to believe that that person is just so overworked that they absolutely refuse to hire anyone else At what point does assaulting random strangers and then attempting to brainwash them makesense than just putting up a frikkin advertisement And don t even get me started on the protagonist and his motivations At the end, I kid you not, after everything is explained to his lout he goes off and burns down the medical center, and then systematically destroys the town Seriously, the residents in the town did nothing but lie to him, not even going so far as to even TOUCH him, and were instead super nice and chill the whole timeand the dude goes off and essentially kills the lot of them He even kills his inflatable sex doll come to life housemate, for no reason other than he isa jerk The whole story is written like he is the hero valiantly struggling against a sinister conspiracy, but he really comes of instead as a really really good example of why you don t just take some dingbat off the street and try to brainwash him into your carefully planned community The idea for the book is actually pretty dang interestingthe execution is just plain moronic As I said before I hate to put it like that, I really dobut there it is I am never disappointed by Masterton and his stories Great twist at the end. Really loved this book and characters, found it hard to put down, highly recommend it COMMUNITYbyGraham MastertonCOMMUNITY by Graham Masterton is a powder keg of a novel that is ready to blow I am loathe to spoilers, so all I ll say is that it involves 2 lovers, a horrifying car crash, a medical center and a town that s just a little too good to be true Sound familiar did to me too Here s the thing, in the hands of a master like Graham Masterton, it s a whole new ballgame It goes without saying that the writing is crisp, lean and meanMasterton hasn t just been around th COMMUNITYbyGraham MastertonCOMMUNITY by Graham Masterton is a powder keg of a novel that is ready to blow I am loathe to spoilers, so all I ll say is that it involves 2 lovers, a horrifying car crash, a medical center and a town that s just a little too good to be true Sound familiar did to me too Here s the thing, in the hands of a master like Graham Masterton, it s a whole new ballgame It goes without saying that the writing is crisp, lean and meanMasterton hasn t just been around the blockhe built the block As if the story wasn t chilling enough, it s always snowing in the small community of Trinity Set in the mountains of Northern California, the story includes a nod to Native American mysticismthe guy loves his Native American hocus pocus runDON T walk to the nearest copy of THE MANITOU I will admit to guessing the secret , but ultimately that isn t the point, again in the hands of Masterton it s about so much , and the lines of right and wrong a blurred as one questions if the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few I highly recommend picking up COMMUNITY, and letting Trinity welcome you for an extended stay "/>
  • Hardcover
  • 232 pages
  • Community
  • Graham Masterton
  • English
  • 11 June 2017
  • 0727883100