About The Book
When Conrad and his wife set out to meet their friends for a simple weekend retreat, all they wanted was an easy weekend full of catching up and drinking. But when the group discovers a map that shows them the location of a hidden waterfall, hidden in the heart of an uncharted valley, they can’t help but jump at the opportunity to rediscover it.
What they don’t expect is to find an abandoned ghost town. Hidden away from the world with an evil secret.
Now Conrad and his group must do whatever they can to stay alive as they are hunted by an entity that feeds off the horrors that occur in the valley.
A horror they are doomed to repeat for eternity.
Winner of Inkshares 2018 Horror Competition, Mike Salt brings the reader into a dark world and never lets off the throttle.
This one was a pretty interesting plot a camp trip with the friends and one with a very curious dream that put all in the spot.
One of the things I really liked on this, it’s that the plot is actually possible in any type of trip when you are almost alone and there’s nothing near for help.
Now the idea of the valley was perfect and even the ambience for it was interesting and that was the good part.
Another weird thing i found about the book overall was the gramatical errors, I mean this one should have been in a process for editing, but not impossible sometimes.
The characters for any reason I couldn’t feel nothing for them, it was just like okay cool and then what?
The we have Patrick was so not helping on whatever he wanted to do, worst keeper ever in history, really I as like what? the twist even offended me really.
The shadow man I found interesting was good option for this but in a way it was a little confusing his motivation was really weird.
By the end i have a lot of mixed feelings, i did found the idea very interesting and then something was lacking in the story for me so much I actually needed help to finish it because I got super bored after a few chapters, it was very interesting ride.