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Pan Macmillan Limited, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 339 pages
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The nightmare begins before you sleep

He had fled from the terrors of his past, finding refuge in the quietness of the island. For a time he lived in peace—until the "sightings" began, visions of horror seeping into his mind like poisonous tendrils; violent acts that were hideously macabre and the thoughts becoming intense. He witnessed the grotesque acts of another thing, one that glorified murder and mutilation, a monster that soon became aware of the observer within its own mind—and relished contact. The creature would eventually come to the island to seek him out.

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User Review  - David Roberts - Goodreads

I am reviewing the horror novel Moon by James Herbert which is a very good book and which I bought from a car boot sale. The plot is a man who is clairvoyant and feels he is being driven a bit mad by ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura - Goodreads

Got through this book really quickly as I couldn't put it down. Very creepy, tense and thrilling. The suspense is great and the characters relatable. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

James Herbert is an author of chilling fiction; his works include Fluke, Nobody True, Once, Others, Portent, and The Rats. His more than 20 novels have sold more than 48 million copies worldwide, and are available in 33 languages. In 2010 he was awarded The World Horror Convention Grand Master Award.

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