Thunder Rise

G. Wayne Miller


Thunder Rise

Thunder Rise

  • Title: Thunder Rise
  • Author: G. Wayne Miller
  • ISBN: 9780515109252
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Paperback



Something is happening to the children of MorgantownOne by one, they are claimed by a strange illness that cannot be identified.Night after night, they are haunted by terrifying creatures that invade their dreams.Moment to moment, they dread the final hours of daylight When the towering mountain called Thunder Rise casts its shadow over the town When childhood innocenSomething is happening to the children of MorgantownOne by one, they are claimed by a strange illness that cannot be identified.Night after night, they are haunted by terrifying creatures that invade their dreams.Moment to moment, they dread the final hours of daylight When the towering mountain called Thunder Rise casts its shadow over the town When childhood innocence surrenders to primal fear When evil reaches out and into their minds.


Recent Comments "Thunder Rise"

Overall a very interesting story. A solid 4 stars for me except for the ending where a fairly important issue was not resolved at all, so dropped to a 3 stars. (view spoiler)[the whole issue with stealing the ambulance, retrieving the daughter from the hospital in NY and then the problem with the police was not resolved at all, also no more mention of the ex-wife after this whole "rescue." (hide spoiler)]Still, I'm eagerly looking forward to the next two novels in the trilogy, seem to be the sam [...]

I really enjoyed this book.A truely old fashioned horror story!There is something wrong with the children in Morgantown.Is it a virus,Poison,an ancient curse?I plan to listen to the other 2 in this series if they get to Audible.I thought Joel Richards narration was wonderful!I was gifted this copy for a fair review.

Thunder Rise is a well paced, thriller. The seemingly innocent, safe local of the Massachusetts Berkshire's makes a surprisingly unnerving setting for this book. Set in the late '80's the pop references can either feel a little nostalgic (or dated depending on if you were alive in the 80's) but overall the setting just adds flavor without weighing down the pace and tight characterization.

I felt as if I were reading another Dean Koontz book, that's how good this writer is.

Loved it!!

See my review on audible.


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