The Lurkers

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The Lurkers

The Lurkers By Kristopher Rufty The Lurkers They re waiting for you in the woods They ve lived in the woods and cornfields for as long as anyone can remember Small humanoid creatures with sharp teeth and grasping hands The people in what s lef

  • Title: The Lurkers
  • Author: Kristopher Rufty
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  • Page: 191
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  • The Lurkers By Kristopher Rufty They re waiting for you in the woods They ve lived in the woods and cornfields for as long as anyone can remember Small, humanoid creatures with sharp teeth and grasping hands The people in what s left of the nearby town live in fear They ve learned that if they let the creatures take what they want, they won t be attacked An uneasy peace has reigned But no TThey re waiting for you in the woods They ve lived in the woods and cornfields for as long as anyone can remember Small, humanoid creatures with sharp teeth and grasping hands The people in what s left of the nearby town live in fear They ve learned that if they let the creatures take what they want, they won t be attacked An uneasy peace has reigned But no The leader of the creatures has decided his kind will be dormant no longer To survive, they must kill They will satisfy their unholy hunger with their favorite prey humans But some humans females will be kept alive in captivity to breed.
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    1. Gianfranco Mancini on said:

      A very funny and gory read with great characters building, a goresome starting sequence keeping you hooked from the start and wicked creatures that seem out of Don t be afraid of the dark horror movie.It was like the ghost of late Richard Laymon was writing a screenplay adaption of Lovecraft s Lurking fear then got bored and added lots of sex gore DMy first Kristopher Rufty s novel was a blast of a reading.Starting the prequel and the sequel of this one as soon as possible.

    2. David Bernstein on said:

      Having read Angel Board, the author s previous Samhain title, I couldn t wait to get my hands on this one Yes, Angel Board is a must read And The Lurkers is just as great With The Lurkers, Mr Rufty proves he has risen to the level of a pro This book is a horror fan s dream, filled with the perfect blend of characters that you ll root for and ones you ll despise And, as with all great tales, it s about the characters and the story The critters in this one are small mean little devils Wicked to th [...]

    3. Chris on said:

      From the stunningly gruesome opening scene to the cliffhanger, of sorts, final chapter, Rufty s debut novel is impressive in the way he spins his horror tale of a band of cannibalistic little people, or haunchies, who live in rural Wisconsin Greg Butler, up and coming horror novelist, attempts to help his friend Amy get away from an abusive relationship, but in doing so, Amy s ex wants to make them both pay Teamed up with a new group of friends, they get lost in the countryside and eventually ev [...]

    4. Angela Crawford on said:

      From the Description They re waiting for you in the woods.They ve lived in the woods and cornfields for as long as anyone can remember Small, humanoid creatures with sharp teeth and grasping hands The people in what s left of the nearby town live in fear They ve learned that if they let the creatures take what they want, they won t be attacked An uneasy peace has reigned But no The leader of the creatures has decided his kind will be dormant no longer To survive, they must kill They will satisf [...]

    5. Jason L on said:

      Ty for the kindle reissue Great writer Early work finally made it to kindle and we all should be so glad Keep going Kris This stuff is fantastic My new favorite author

    6. Matthew Baker on said:

      Back in February, I reviewed an excellent novel from Kristopher Rufty titled A DARK AUTUMN I mentioned in the review that I tore through the book in a single day because it was that good I can almost make the same claim for THE LURKERS it is even better than the prior book, however this one took me a total of three days to read Why Well, it is considerably longerI knew from the moment I read the plot synopsis that this was a Must Read for me And I m damn glad I read it Rufty goes to great length [...]

    7. Steve on said:

      A pretty enjoyable read that falls into the vein of Laymon Creepy creatures, graphic sex, a B story that helps develop characters and drive them towards the Main story, and lots of violence Rufty does great with the characters He knew how to hit my emotions, but his characters did not stop with just being Good or Bad Throughout the story, they become Gray, dimensional More human The creatures themselves reminded me of the Beasts from Laymon s famous Beast House series Rufty s prose also hits a [...]

    8. Sean on said:

      This was a really fun book The characters were very vivid and right out of a horror film Reading this gave me a good case of nostalgia for my fave types of 80 s 90 s horror films you know the kind, the ones with the jock, the slut, the nerd, the bitch, all the stereotypes The stereotypes weren t overdone though so all was great The only weakness is the ending If there is a part two in the future, the ending I suppose will be forgiven I would definitely get the sequel Regardless, I am going to se [...]

    9. Nikki on said:

      This book was so creepy Which is a compliment since it s horror Rufty has stumbled upon one of my biggest fears only Koontz has done the same and it s a fear of little monsters than big ones I know, I can t explain it but it s true Such great writing style and he always takes a different route or approach than I would expect

    10. Bob Meracle on said:

      Riveting novel that begins with a couple s rush to save a friend from her abusive lover and ends with their fight for survival against the Haunchies, human like miniature beings that would strike fear into the heart of any Gremlin, Critter or Ghoulie Highly recommended.

    11. The Grim Reader (Beavisthebookhead.com) on said:

      I will surviveGreat horror from Kristopher Rufty Great character building, which is a trademark of his writing Some great gory scenes Recommended to fans of survival horror and goremongers.

    12. Noigeloverlord on said:

      My 1st read from Kristopher Rufty and won t be my last As soon as I started I was sucked in till the last page Great pace with no slow points and a very creepy tale

    13. Melissa on said:

      My frist read from Kristopher Rufty and I will definitely look for books Enjoyed this book and will recommend

    14. Chris The Story Reading Ape on said:

      This Stephen King write alike seems to favour little horrors that live in the walls, under the floorboards, etc lovely

    15. Denise on said:

      A creepy fun fast paced read I think this book would make a fantastic movie

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