Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh


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Deadlight Jack review ´ 3 T read” Deborah LeBlanc author of  Voices“Onspaugh maintains an undercurrent of eldritch terror while keeping the plot buoyed by fast paced action scenes A nicely chilling read for fans of otherworldly horror” Publishers Weekly Praise for Mark Onspaugh’s The Faceless One “A stunning debut a chilling dark fantasy with an Alaskan shamanic backdrop The beauty of this weird world is as profound as its terror I could not turn these pages fast enough” Janet Fitch author of White Oleander and Paint It Black “Onspaugh’s writing captures that same eye popping strangeness I loved so much in the works of Charles Beaumont and Fritz Leiber The Faceless One is classic horror from an author who has earned his stripes and knows how to scare you blind” Joe McKinney Bram Stoker Award–winning author of Dead City and The Savage Dea. Deadlight Jack was a uniue and interesting read A trickster god wreaking havoc in the swamps of Louisiana The setting lends itself to that gorgeous cover it s one of the best self pub covers I ve ever seenI truly enjoyed George and Jimmy two old men that met in a convalescent home back in book 1 and saved the world together I have not read book 1 and was able to follow the plot of book 2 just fine George is an irrespresible appreciator of women Jimmy is a reluctant shaman Both are heartbroken since the death of their wivesDeadlight Jack is a usurper trying to transform himself from meddlesome Will o wisp trickster to god He has been collecting children to bolster his power and one of those children is George s grandsonThe book isn t as compelling as I would have liked it to be there was very little urgency for me I wasn t ever really worried about the grandson and that took away some of the excitement from the book The banter between George and Jimmy was highly entertaining The descriptions were well done and vibrant There were some surprising plot additions to the story that I really enjoyed and helped to make the book really interesting Sammy Keyes and the Cold Hard Cash Sammy Keyes read” Deborah LeBlanc author of  Voices“Onspaugh maintains an undercurrent of eldritch terror while keeping the plot buoyed by fast paced action scenes A nicely chilling The Weight of Ink read for fans of otherworldly horror” Publishers Weekly Praise for Mark Onspaugh’s The Faceless One “A stunning debut a chilling dark fantasy with an Alaskan shamanic backdrop The beauty of this weird world is as profound as its terror I could not turn these pages fast enough” Janet Fitch author of White Oleander and Paint It Black “Onspaugh’s writing captures that same eye popping strangeness I loved so much in the works of Charles Beaumont and Fritz Leiber The Faceless One is classic horror from an author who has earned his stripes and knows how to scare you blind” Joe McKinney Bram Stoker Award–winning author of Dead City and The Savage Dea. Deadlight Jack was a uniue and interesting The Unicorn in the Barn read A trickster god wreaking havoc in the swamps of Louisiana The setting lends itself to that gorgeous cover it s one of the best self pub covers I ve ever seenI truly enjoyed George and Jimmy two old men that met in a convalescent home back in book 1 and saved the world together I have not Fetch read book 1 and was able to follow the plot of book 2 just fine George is an irrespresible appreciator of women Jimmy is a Casos De Direito Galáctico E Outros Textos Esquecidos reluctant shaman Both are heartbroken since the death of their wivesDeadlight Jack is a usurper trying to transform himself from meddlesome Will o wisp trickster to god He has been collecting children to bolster his power and one of those children is George s grandsonThe book isn t as compelling as I would have liked it to be there was very little urgency for me I wasn t ever Tales of the Unquiet Gods really worried about the grandson and that took away some of the excitement from the book The banter between George and Jimmy was highly entertaining The descriptions were well done and vibrant There were some surprising plot additions to the story that I Heart Attack really enjoyed and helped to make the book Timekeepers How the World Became Obsessed With Time really interesting

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Deadlight Jack review ´ 3 Worse things than gators lurk in the Louisiana swamp The author of The Faceless One fuses the twisted imagination of Fritz Leiber with the razor sharp plotting of Joe Hill in this rollicking horror thriller   Appearances can be deceiving Take Jimmy Kalmaku Anyone passing him on the streets of Lake Nisually Washington would merely see an elderly man But Jimmy is actually a powerful Tlingit shaman with a link to the god Raven and a résumé that includes saving the world   Or take his friend and roommate George Watters Another ordinary retiree right Wrong Like Jimmy George is than he seems to be He too has a link to the supernatural He too has saved the world   Then there’s Professor Foxfire also known as Deadlight Jack Dressed in the garb of a stage magician he seems a figure of magic and fun But he isn’t fun at all He isn’t. This was a well thought out scary book that is very much a standalone novel though second in a seriesDEADLIGHT JACK is uite simply a man who is not a man that steals children in the bayous of the South Our heroes are a Native American and an African American who use mythological powers to battle Jack and others like himThere are so many things that I liked about this book First the author took his time building the story There was no need to read the first book first The characters were not the usual white sugar cookie cutter He created real people all colors and sexualities I enjoyed the banter between the two main characters Again it made them feel like real people I love slow descriptive stories that In can lose myself in this is a perfect example Now I m going to go buy book 1 and eagerly await book 3I received DEADLIGHT JACK from the publisher and highly recommend it

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Deadlight Jack review ´ 3 Even human And his magic is of the darkest and bloodiest kind   When George’s grandson vanishes on a family vacation to the Louisiana bayou George and Jimmy fly across the country to aid in the search Once they arrive family feuds and buried secrets bring George face to face with the ghosts of a forgotten past; Jimmy finds his powers wilting under the humid Southern sun; and deep in the swamp Deadlight Jack prepares his long awaited revengeAdvance praise for Deadlight Jack“Mark Onspaugh’s novel  Deadlight Jack takes you on an incredible journey that slings you from the far Northwest to the bowels of the Louisiana bayous And on this journey with a masterful flare Onspaugh brings nightmarish folklores to life The story will haunt you and the vibrant unforgettable characters will take root in your heart and refuse to leave A mus. Posted on my blog MiRakelBookscom Deadlight Jack ReviewWhen I asked for this book on Netgalley I didn t know it was a second book in a duology But after reading a few reviews on Goodreads that said this book can be read as a standalone I choose to read it because the synopsis sounded very interesting They were right you can read this book without reading book 1In this book we read about the two best friends George and Jimmy They are two men in their 70 living together and fighting supernatural cases How awesome isn t that In this book George s grandson goes missing and the two old men goes on an adventure to find the missing boyFor me the characters are the strength of this book even though I also really like the story The story is scary and interesting with lots of supernatural elements and characters It also has a great atmosphere especially at the ending Spoiler Strike through How good was the part in the run down house at the ending the atmosphere and setting was amazingI was so much fun reading about protagonists that is elderly because I usually read books with younger charactersI love the character George and Jimmy George is African American and Jimmy is Native American I love their chemistry and the interactions between them It is so funny how much they argue and bicker even though you know they have a great friendship and care for each otherThis book had some great character development especially George I wanted character development on Jimmy but I have the feeling that he had his parts in book one I m very curious about his past though especially because he is native American so maybe I ll read book one some timeI really enjoyed the talkstory George had with Jimmy about his life In this talk and throughout the book racism was a theme that came upThere is also two women who are married to each other and have children together which I really liked This book had some great diverse charactersI rate this book 4 stars


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    review Deadlight Jack Mark Onspaugh ´ 3 read & download characters Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Mark Onspaugh Off beat and unexpectedly entertaining Deadlight Jack delivers a delightful supernatural horror read George and Jimmy African American and Native American respectively found themselves teaming up after becoming friends in a nursing home Yes a

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    Mark Onspaugh ´ 3 read & download characters Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Mark Onspaugh review Deadlight Jack This was a well thought out scary book that is very much a standalone novel though second in a seriesDEADLIGHT JACK is uite simply a man who is not a man that steals children in the bayous of the South Our heroes are a Native American and an

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    Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh This book came as a massive disappointment to me If I had been rating the first chapter alone I would have given it a five Professor Foxfire was by far one of the scariest villains I've encountered in the world of books Unfortunately familiarity caused this impression to wear off Before long the book deteriorated into soap opera and although there was a fine supernatural tale in there too it was marred by whimsy and by a Deus ex M

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    review Deadlight Jack Mark Onspaugh ´ 3 read & download Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh Posted on my blog MiRakelBookscom Deadlight Jack ReviewWhen I asked for this book on Netgalley I didn’t know it was a second book in a duology But after reading a few reviews on Goodreads that said this book can be read

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    review Deadlight Jack characters Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Mark Onspaugh Mark Onspaugh ´ 3 read & download Deadlight Jack by Mark Onspaugh is a follow up to his 2013 novel The Faceless One Jimmy Kalmaku and George Watters are back for another battle against the paranormal Although those two characters are the same this can be read as a stand alone

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    Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh An very thrilling read I am about to go grab a copy of The Faceless Ones and will put Onspaugh on my list of authors to watch

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    Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh From the Pacific Northwest to the Louisiana bayou Mark Onspaugh's latest tale begins with 4 year old George Watters and ends with Tlingit Inuit Shaman Jimmy Kalmaku ghosts revenants and all the horrors that Professor Foxfire musters against the 70 year old Jimmy and George Professor Foxfire is only one of the many names of the nightmare that is Deadlight Jack who lures children away from their families to feed the swamp lights

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    Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh Deadlight Jack was a uniue and interesting read A trickster god wreaking havoc in the swamps of Louisiana The setting len

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    Pdf/E–book [Deadlight Jack] Ë Mark Onspaugh This is not your normal horror novel I'll never look at swamp lights the sameThis is a continuation of another novel by this author but in the sense the protaganists are the same in both novelsThe author captures the sense of deep friendship that comes from shared troubles The novel starts gently for a horror novel but sim

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