Friday, 27 December 2019

Review of Highway Twenty by Michael J Moore

An engineer from out of town disappears.Then Conor Mitchell’s girlfriend. Then his parents. The townspeople of Sedrow Woolley, Washington are vanishing at a horrifying rate. But they come back. They all come back days later, and they’re different: Hungry. Insectile. Creatures posing as humans. Because Conor knows the truth, and because the entire police force has already been changed, and because there’s nowhere to run from an evil that only wants to spread, his sole option is to fight. But they have no intention of letting him leave town.

My Review: 5 stars
I picked this up as I'd read other books by this author, and enjoyed them. I loved the blurb, the idea of a creepy invasion to a sleepy town, and only one man knows the truth. It started off a little slow, but picked up the pace pretty quick and then I just couldn't put it down. The story was engaging, but terrifying, the plot moving through with twists and turns and the ending was amazing. I loved it completely, and the perfect read on these dark spooky nights. Recommended!

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