Moon

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Pan Books, May 1, 2012 - Fiction - 339 pages
69 Reviews
Remember with fear . . . The nightmare begins before you sleep . . . He had fled from the terrors of his past, finding refuge in the quietness of the island. And 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, the thoughts becoming intense. He witnessed the grotesque acts of another thing, a thing that glorified in murder and mutilation, a monster that soon became aware of the observer within its own mind. And relished contact. A creature that would eventually come to the island to seek him out . . . 'Guaranteed to give you nightmares' Daily Mail

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The first half of the book was boring, but the second half was extremely interesting. The characters are well developed and the hero is very likeable with his vulnerability. The monster is chilling. Overall, another good book by James Herbert. Read full review

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User Review  - Alexander Draganov - Goodreads

The first half of the book was boring, but the second half was extremely interesting. The characters are well developed and the hero is very likeable with his vulnerability. The monster is chilling. Overall, another good book by James Herbert. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

James Herbert was not just Britain‚e(tm)s number one bestselling writer of chiller fiction, a position he held ever since publication of his first novel, but was also one of our greatest popular novelists. Widely imitated and hugely influential, his twenty-three novels have sold more than fifty-four million copies worldwide, and have been translated into over thirty languages, including Russian and Chinese. In 2010, he was made the Grand Master of Horror by the World Horror Convention and was also awarded an OBE by the Queen for services to literature. His final novel was Ash. James Herbert died in March 2013.

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