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Devils Glen #2020

Devils Glen Seek the gates and save the boy Welcome to Bettendorf At first glance it seems like a typical Midwestern town but take a closer look and you might be surprised High schooler Jack Davies sees the dar

  • Title: Devils Glen
  • Author: Matthew Speak
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Devils Glen By Matthew Speak, Seek the gates and save the boy Welcome to Bettendorf At first glance, it seems like a typical Midwestern town, but take a closer look and you might be surprised.High schooler Jack Davies sees the darkness coming he lives with it Cold voices call out from the closet door dead hands reach up from under his bed Although he doesn t know it, Jack wields a great power.No Seek the gates and save the boy Welcome to Bettendorf At first glance, it seems like a typical Midwestern town, but take a closer look and you might be surprised.High schooler Jack Davies sees the darkness coming he lives with it Cold voices call out from the closet door dead hands reach up from under his bed Although he doesn t know it, Jack wields a great power.Now, a smooth talking preacher has come to town promising freedom and redemption for all who follow his words But like Jack, this preacher has a secret Those who heed his call find themselves pawns in his plan to awaken an ancient evil, long ago imprisoned in the dank caves of Devils Glen Park.With the help of a widowed police officer, a babysitter, and a mysterious spirit called Ava, Jack must find the truth about his hidden power in time to battle the dark forces that have descended upon his town If he fails, our world will be cast into darkness forever.

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    1. Devils Glen Bettendorf Tales 1 by Matthew Speak is a kindle scout book It is a teen book and speaks the teen language well It has creatures, horrors, suspense, all teen age based The group of kids seem likeable and adventure action right down the alley for teens I liked it but I think teens will like it than an adult I don t think it is a re reader for adults Too many things repeated in spots, I would remove some things But a pretty good read esp for teens.

    2. First off I want to say that I love the cover of Devil s Glen The art is pretty and magical looking I also love the feel of it That might seem like a weird thing to mention but it has a grippy feel to it that makes it easy to hold.I really liked Devil s Glen The characters were likable and the dialogue of the teenagers flowed nicely The author didn t make them sound too adult or go overboard in trying to make them sound trendy The story of Devil s Glen was a bit of an odd mix but somehow it work [...]

    3. I had to pick up this book up because it was by a former Quad Citian writing about my hometown And the descriptions of the area did not fail to bring a smile as I read of places that I had known growing up.Jack Davies is a regular high school kid who has a dark secret that makes him not so regular In this version of Bettendorf some really hellish forces are gathering and Jack is right in the middle of it what s going to happen I enjoyed this book but would have liked details about Jack s abilit [...]

    4. Very good smattering of story lines that wove together seamlessly for a book that was impossible to it down Excellent story line Couldn t strop reading, so many interesting characters, so much p of development Great reading Would highly recommend to everyone

    5. A new voice in the horror thriller genre My friend, Matthew Speak, has written this great novel that combines all the great elements from The Goonies , Stand By Me , and It SO MUCH FUN.

    6. Fun read.An entertaining twist on monster legends Bit of a slow start, but picks up the pace quickly I enjoyed it.

    7. Got this title through Kindle Scout I really had to force myself to continue to the end.There were some editing errors, and the dialogue seemed really stilted or clumsy in a lot of places.If this was a normal library loan, I would have set it aside and moved on to other books, but I felt like I owed the book a full read for nominating it in Scout.Probably will not keep up with subsequent titles in the series.

    8. This story felt like a B level movie not always elegant, but meant purely for entertainment It s wacky, gory, and far fetched, all at the same time It s filled with all kinds of creatures imaginable, and sure to please those who enjoy horror stories There are sections that are a bit repetitious when told from the perspective of different people, and some things were mentioned a few too many times Other than that, it did what it was supposed to do entertain.I received a copy of this book through [...]

    9. I rated a bit higher seeing as how this is a first novel Characters were interesting, and there were lots of plot lines skillfully wrangled back together Dialogue needs a little work, and one key character was left in a cliffhanger, but perhaps that will be resolved in the next book Great first novel

    10. I read approximately 100 books a year and have for many, many years so I feel I can say with absolute certainty that this is one of the worst books if not THE worst book I have ever read.

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