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The Shadows The Haunting New Thriller From Alex North, Author Of The New York Times Bestseller The Whisper ManYou Knew A Teenager Like Charlie Crabtree A Dark Imagination, A Sinister Smile Always On The Outside Of The Group Some Part Of You Suspected He Might Be Capable Of Doing Something Awful Twenty Five Years Ago, Crabtree Did Just That, Committing A Murder So Shocking That It S Attracted That Strange Kind Of Infamy That Only Exists On The Darkest Corners Of The Internet And Inspired Than One CopycatPaul Adams Remembers The Case All Too Well Crabtree And His Victim Were Paul S Friends Paul Has Slowly Put His Life Back Together But Now His Mother, Old And Senile, Has Taken A Turn For The Worse Though Every Inch Of Him Resists, It Is Time To Come HomeIt S Not Long Before Things Start To Go Wrong Reading The News, Paul Learns Another Copycat Has Struck His Mother Is Distressed, Insistent That There S Something In The House And Someone Is Following Him Which Reminds Him Of The Most Unsettling Thing About That Awful Day Twenty Five Years AgoIt Wasn T Just The MurderIt Was The Fact That Afterward, Charlie Crabtree Was Never Seen Again

10 thoughts on “The Shadows

  1. says:

    Red hands, red hands, red hands everywhere 3.5 starsThe Shadows is a psychological thriller about lucid dreams that end in murder25 years ago, a group of teenage boys participated in a ritualistic murder One murderer was apprehended, the other, Charlie Crabtree, disappeared without a trace Linked

  2. says:

    Hey all I ve read my way through 200 books to bring you this Booktube Video all about the Best 2020 Books so far this year Was it strange to think of the dead as friends25 years ago, Paul Adams experienced the worst day of his life One of his friends was ritualistically murdered by two other friends Charlie

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    3.5 stars rounded up You knew a teenager like Charlie Crabtree A dark imagination, a sinister smile always on the outside of the group Some part of you suspected he might be capable of doing something awful Twenty five years ago, Crabtree did just that, committing a murder so shocking that it s attracted that strange

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    I have been hesitant to write this review because this book wasn t at all what I expected from this author I loved The Whisper Man, everything about it, therefore I was highly anticipating reading The Shadows Unfortunately, for me, it fell short Here s why.There are two timelines, the present and 25 years previous Now this isn

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    Alex North s, The Shadows, is oozing with atmosphere The Shadows are the thick, dark, creepy woods behind the houses of Paul and his best friend, James If a person is not very careful, he can venture into The Shadows and never make his way out again Twenty five years ago, fifteen year old Paul and James, find themselves in the sights of

  6. says:

    I think I ve come to the realization that, if I m only continuing with a book to see how it ends, then I need to put it down and move onMany thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

  7. says:

    Warning You are about to enter the unpopular opinion zoneif you can t handle it, you might want to leave Okay guys, I wanted to love it sooo much I really didbutit was just okay The Whisper Man rocked my socks last year I couldn t wait to get ahold of this book I figured I would be sleeping with the lights on for a week, at least Hence, no Charlie Crabtree

  8. says:

    i haven t been able to concentrate on much lately i m living out some quarantine edition of Time Enough at Last, where i m prevented BY LAW from doing muchthan finally catching up on my reading and my writing about reading, and where my version of henry bemis broken glasses irony is this constant state of unspecific low level panic that keeps me flitting from one di

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    Dreams are a patchwork, stitched together for the things that happen to us in our waking lives. 25 years ago, two teenage boys participated in a horrendous ritualistic murder One of the boys was apprehended, but the other, Charlie Crabtree, disappeared without a trace leaving behind a phenomenon that lived on in the dark web Linked to the crime, Paul Adams left his hometown

  10. says:

    After the runaway success of the creepy The Whisper Man, Alex North gives us this atmospheric follow up, with the return of Featherbank and Detective Amanda Beck 25 years ago, Paul Adams left the industrial town of Gritten, 100 miles north of Featherbank, for university to never return, making every effort to forget the murder of a classmate committed by Charlie Crabtree and Billy Robe

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