[The Tear Collector] EBOOK / KINDLE
N exchange for an honest review Mr Shawn Burgess s The Tear Collector "for me proved to be a riveting and fun read regarding coming of "me proved to be a riveting and fun read regarding coming of and *Horror Mr Burgess Captured With Uncanny Certainty * Mr Burgess captured with uncanny certainty angst of adolescence awkwardness sharp pain of loss the need to belong loyalty born of pre adulthood and nner strength for teens He weaves these facets through his beautifully paced and chilling tale of horror mythos n such a way that the reader can seamlessly harken back to
#Those A I Liked The #a I liked the lots of things happening with little down time plus the author definitely knows how to write the personalities of boys n the age range of 12 to 14 The writing s good except for parts where I found t a little melodramatic and redundant Otherwise worth the readThanks Shawn The Tear Collector That One Night is a timely horror noveln the vein of Stephen King Stranger Things The Lady n White and Slenderman n terms of Timespace and International Migration its style A group of young peoplen their small town get much than they bargained for when local kids start going missing starting with Margo Combs an autistic girl Pricing Nature in the woods on the outskirts Strange uncanny and spooky phenomena begins to unfoldncluding sightings of Margo who seems unaware of the fact that she s missing This sad and tragic mystery begins to reveal a much darker and deeper side something totally unexpectedThere are a lo. Ries of unsettling phenomena; t becomes clear that the fate of their missing classmate Margo Combs pales n comparison to what lies n wait n the margins of the townBetween avoiding the bullies who are stalking them and running from the encroaching. The Tear Collector s a fast paced horror thriller that captured me n a number of ways many of them unexpectedThe book s opening seuence s not only captured me n a number of ways many of them unexpectedThe book s opening seuence Two Worlds Level 4 Intermediate is not only but alsontroduces the mystery surrounding Harper Pass The following chapters then Primary Reading Box introduce the reader to Brooks and the gang who are the focus of the storyA group of boys drawnnto the horrifying secrets of a town The Least of These is nothing new to the horror genre but Burgess handles the talewith skill Brooks and his friends are well drawn out characters kids who are subject to the same emotions and flaws all kids are subject to yet the narrative never feels childish or melodramaticn ways that would diminish the storyOne of the story s biggest strengths The Babe Magnet is alsot s biggest flaw The pace The book s fast paced and moves at one hundred miles per hour Burgess does slow down the narrative at times mostly when the narrative shifts from Brooks point of viewOverall I found the pacing appropriate but there were moments when I wanted the book to slow down and let the reader stew n the mysteries shrouding Harper Pass and ts residentsStill I found the book entertaining n all the aspects that matter most character development plot story and Because of time I was unsure of picking up this title but n "the end I am glad I did I was given an Advance Reader Copy of "end I am very glad I did I was given an Advance Reader Copy of book When a young autistic girl goes missing n the small Appalachian town of Harper Pass Brooks Raker and his friends are El millor d'anar s tornar inadvertently drawnnto the police nvestigation As the town suffers a mysterious death kids disappear and the boys experience a se.