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{Kindle} ⚜ Ghost Road Blues ⚢ Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel From a new master of horror comes an apocalyptic showdown between the residents of a secluded, rural town and the deadly evil that confronts them wherever they turnEvil Doesn t Die The cozy little town of Pine Deep buried the horrors of its past a long time ago Thirty years have gone by since the darkness descended and the Black Harvest began, a time when a serial killer sheared a bloody swath through the quiet Pennsylvania village The evil that once coursed through Pine Deep has been replaced by cheerful tourists getting ready to enjoy the country s largest Halloween celebration in what is now called The Spookiest Town in AmericaIt Just Grows Stronger But then a month before Halloween it begins Unspeakably desecrated bodies Inexplicable insanity And an ancient evil walking the streets, drawing in those who would fall to their own demons and seeking to shred the very soul of this rapidly fracturing community Yes, the residents of Pine Deep have drawn together and faced a killer before But this time, evil has many faces and the lust and will to rule the earth This struggle will be epic


10 thoughts on “Ghost Road Blues

  1. Bark Bark says:

    I am going to be the party pooper again Many of my friends enjoyed this story but as much as I tried and, boy, did I ever try I could not fall into this book Part of the problem was the narrator His voice was gravelly and deep and it suited some of the characters but it grated on me Sorry but it s true It s a personal thing and I know this You may love his manly voice but it didn t do it for me His female voices were nothing short of atrocious and unnatural and I am not apologizing f I am going to be the party pooper again Many of my friends enjoyed this story but as much as I tried and, boy, did I ever try I could not fall into this book Part of the problem was the narrator His voice was gravelly and deep and it suited some of the characters but it grated on me Sorry but it s true It s a personal thing and I know this You may love his manly voice but it didn t do it for me His female voices were nothing short of atrocious and unnatural and I am not apologizing for that But the other...


  2. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Son of a biscuit eater I love Jonathan Mayberry and his Rot Ruin series but I didn t care for this book Sighhhhhhhhhh.Happy Reading Mel Son of a biscuit eater I love Jonathan Mayberry and his Rot Ruin series but I didn t care for this book Sighhhhhhhhhh.Happy Reading Mel


  3. Dirk Grobbelaar Dirk Grobbelaar says:

    The last thing Billy said was, Oh, come on there s nothing out there And then two sets of bone white hands arched over the slat rails on the wagon and seized him by the shoulders and the collar and dragged him screaming into the darkness.These, the opening lines of Ghost Road Blues,or less set the tone for the rest of the novel It s a bit of a doozy, actually Maberry juggles a number of different horror conventions here, both supernatural and natural All of these converge on a single The last thing Billy said was, Oh, come on there s nothing out there And then two sets of bone white hands arched over the slat rails on the wagon and seized him by the shoulders and the collar and dragged him screaming into the darkness.These, the opening lines of Ghost Road Blues,or less set the tone for the rest of the novel It s a bit of a doozy, actually Maberry juggles a number of different horror conventions here, both supernatural and natural All of these converge on a single town Pine Deep Need...


  4. Lou Lou says:

    Three criminals arrive to Pine Deep, one of them issinister than the rest, a wanted Killer Is that all the evil that lurks in Pine Deep No This is a dark atmospheric supernatural thriller I can see why Maberry was awarded the Bram Stoker award for this, he s a great writer really immerses you in the blood pulsing thrill, a real page turner The story plays out like an episode of Supernatural I am hooked, line and sinker He s developed a really good protagonist and characters like The Three criminals arrive to Pine Deep, one of them issinister than the rest, a wanted Killer Is that all the evil that lurks in Pine Deep No This is a dark atmospheric supernatural thriller I can see why Maberry was awarded the Bram Stoker award for this, he s a great writer really immerses you in the blood pulsing thrill, a real page turner The story plays out like an episode of Supernatural I am hooked, line and sinker He s developed a really good protagonist and characters like The Bone Man, Tow truck Ed...


  5. Jason Parent Jason Parent says:

    Yeah, so this book really pissed me off Why Because I loved it, but I hate getting roped into reading a trilogy Given the epilogue, there is no question that this book solved absolutely none of the conflicts presented It is the first part of a trilogy and cannot stand alone as its own book So I am forced to purchase the others to read to gain even one iota of closure This is a pet peeve of mine because a book s gotta be damn good for me to invest my time in its sequels.Fortunately, this on Yeah, so this book really pissed me off Why Because I loved it, but I hate getting roped into reading a trilogy Given the epilogue, there is no question that this book solved absolutely none of the conflicts presented It is the first part of a trilogy and cannot stand alone as its own book So I am forced to purchase the others to read to gain even one iota of closure This is a pet peeve of mine because a book s gotta be damn good for me to invest my time in its sequels.Fortunately, this one makes t...


  6. Trish Trish says:

    I should begin by saying that I like horror movies I m usually too scared to watch them completely at least when I m alone which I usually am so I hide my face behind a pillow or something, but I like them And I always liked October and Halloween and Friday 13ths This year there even is a Friday 13th in October which makes me especially happy I can t tell you exactly why The day isn t anyspecial, as an atheist I don t really believe in magic unless we re talking about the magic of I should begin by saying that I like horror movies I m usually too scared to watch them completely at least when I m alone which I usually am so I hide my face behind a pillow or something, but I like them And I always liked October and Halloween and Friday 13ths This year there even is a Friday 13th in October which makes me especially happy I can t tell you exactly why The day isn t anyspecial, as an atheist I don t really believe in magic unless we re talking about the magic of reality But I like the atm...


  7. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

    Ghost Road Blues was a great book to read during the month of October, as part of my 4th Annual October Scare fest I love that spooky mood that comes along with the fall, when the days get shorter, the nights longer, and the weather cooler hopefully Although this novel was very good, and well written, I have to put in in the liked fairly well as opposed to loved or really liked category Let s talk about the stuff that didn t quite work for me I think that this story depends a bit too Ghost Road Blues was a great book to read during the month of October, as part of my 4th Annual October Scare fest I love that spooky mood that comes along with the fall, when the days get shorter, the nights longer, and the weather cooler hopefully Although this novel was very good, and well written, I have to put in in the liked fairly well as opposed to loved or really liked category Let s talk about the stuff that didn t quite work for me I think that this story depends a bit too much on the human ev...


  8. Bradley Bradley says:

    I managed my expectations pretty well for reading this one I wanted regular horror and got it It s October, after all, and isn t this the season to enjoy a run of scary Or is it simply the desire to see evil as plain as day, to root for the underdogs, to gather up all the misfits and see all the jerks and the ultraviolent assholes of the world get their comeuppance Maybe a bit of both.Fortunately, there s a lot of bigger than life characters in this small town and the good guys are good pretty I managed my expectations pretty well for reading this one I wanted regular horror and got it It s October, after all, and isn t this the season to enjoy a run of scary Or is it simply the desire to see evil as plain as day, to root for the underdogs, to gather up all the misfits and see all the jerks and the ultraviolent assholes of the world get their comeuppance Maybe a bit of both.Fortunately, there s a lot of bigger than life characters in this small town and the good guys are good pretty ...


  9. Al Al says:

    Ghost Road Blues was a really bad book It was cheesy, sexist, cliche, boring and didn t even start until it set up a sequel a few chapters from the end You could read any one sentence and immediately know this book was written by a man, making the author much too visible throughout the story.The women like to faint and scream, and the men like to either beat the women or be the prince charming protector Depending on whether they re a good guy or not, and trust me, it s easy to tell because e Ghost Road Blues was a really bad book It was cheesy, sexist, cliche, boring and didn t even start until it set up a sequel a few chapters from the end You could read any one sentence and immediately know this book was written by a man, making the author much too visible throughout the story.The women like to faint and scream, and the men like to either beat the women or be the prince charming protector Depending on whether they re a good guy or not, and trust me, it s easy to tell because everyo...


  10. Bill Bill says:

    This is the first Jonathan Maberry novel I ve read, and judging from the ratings of his later novels, he gets better as he goes.That s a really good thing, because Ghost Road Blues was pretty good.In fact, through most of this novel, I was very jacked about this guy.I had been looking over my to read list in the hopes of finding something to satisfy my October horror cravings Not only did it deliver, but it was also set around Halloween Perfect For most of this novel, Maberry drives forth with This is the first Jonathan Maberry novel I ve read, and judging from the ratings of his later novels, he gets better as he goes.That s a really good thing, because Ghost Road Blues was pretty good.In fact, through most of this novel, I was very jacked about this guy.I had been looking over my to read list in the hopes of finding something to satisfy my October horror cravings Not only did it deliver, but it was also set around Halloween Perfect For most of this novel, Maberry drives forth with ...