Chayatocha

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Barbour Pub., 2003 - Fiction - 265 pages
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One hundred forty years ago, pioneers traveling to the American West faced a rugged and dangerous journey. But when Daniel Paradine, his family, and a small band of fellow travelers guide their wagons into a treacherous mountain detour, no one is prepared for the evil that awaits them. Finding themselves in a land of inexplicable cold and darkness, the travelers begin disappearing one by one. In a desperate search for his missing family, Paradine comes face-to-face with the beast responsible for the terror--an ancient creature, beyond human, that allows him to live only to accomplish its most sinister desire.

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User Review  - aramisTdawg - LibraryThing

This was recommended to me my a member of my writer's group. I did have to special order it, as it wasn't easily available in my area. It's a story about a wagon train heading west. One man, who is ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
15
Section 3
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About the author (2003)

Shane Johnson is a writer and graphic artist from Texas who has earned praise for his fiction as a Christy Award finalist.

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