The Book of Accidents
“Despite the classically creepy content of a true horror tale, I found myself devouring these pages before going to sleep at night and seeking them out again first thing in the morning, nightmares be damned.”Sara Knight, Maria's Bookshop
If you enjoyed It, then you’ll love The Book of Accidents.
“Moving back to Nate’s childhood home, it offers a fresh start for his teenage son and the perfect creative space for his artist of a wife, especially now that Nate’s abusive father is dead. It isn’t too long, however, that memories of his childhood, as well as something entirely supernatural and altogether evil, threatens to harm him and his family. The Book of Accidents is a spooky dark fantasy with the twisty turns of a multiversal thriller (quite popular for the last decade). It reads as a love-letter to all of author Stephen King’s greatest hits, including Pet Sematary, It, and The Stand, but with much more heart, hope, and love. A definite triumph for author Chuck Wendig. Both Xe Sands and George Newbern did spectacular in the narration, adjusting to the various changes in characters like champs and overall making the listening experience as smooth as butter. *Chef’s kiss*”Nicholas, Mysterious Galaxy Books
“Tense, upsetting, twisty and fun. Wendig's newest novel moves with brutal efficiency while still managing to delve into the way trauma shapes our lives. There's a bleakness to the stain abuse can leave on generations, but Chuck manages to show how that same bleakness makes the choice not to succumb all the more brilliant. One of my favorite horror reads this year.”Jenny, Page 158 Books
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