Book Review: The Night Terror - When Day Ends, The Terror Begins by Timothy J. McSwaincategories: Book, Horror, Mystery, Scary, Camping, Nature, Southern Illinois, Carbondale, Park Ranger, Night Terror, Suspense Thriller
Timothy J. McSwainabout this book: I am the type of person who loves to think about the age-old contentions between good and evil. My fascination with the battle we all face in this realm propels me to write creative, yet introspective stories. The Night Terror is one such story. The book's protagonist, Aaron Foster, is a park ranger who has a complicated past filled with loss and regret. He is trying to create a new life but continues to be haunted by his past. Aaron's past struggle resurfaces as he learns about a unknown entity that is hunting down people at a local campground. Aaron must face this tormentor known as Jakob Night. In this epic battle of good vs evil, only one will prevail.
It took me two years to complete this project. It went through two separate editors and one professional critiquing organization. I wrote the book a total of three times before publishing it. The process was quite arduous, but very rewarding. I believe a well written book was developed as a result of all the labor.
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The Night Terror - When Day Ends, The Terror BeginsI completely enjoyed this book. I read a chapter and then put it down. I picked it up a few weeks later and couldn't put it down until it was done. Thanks! It was intense and full of suspense. I love that! [by wendi]
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