Dark Memories

  • by Jeffrey S. Savage
  • Narrated by Jason Tatom
  • 10 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are things in the darkness, things much worse than the tracks and abandoned pieces of equipment that trip the children up and gash at their feet and legs, things that brush silently past them, touching their faces before disappearing again....
1977
In the sleepy town of Twin Falls, Colorado, what starts as a carefree school picnic ends in tragedy when six children disappear into an abandoned gold mine. Six enter the dark void and days later, only five emerge. After an arduous search, the hunt for the last child is called off and the mine entrance is blasted. Little Frankie is left behind, alone in the darkness. He is coming.
2011
Police Chief Cal Hunt's investigation into a recent string of bizarre murders in Twin Falls takes a chilling turn when he learns that each of the victims was a survivor of the Seven Stars Mine incident. Cal realizes that they share a dark secret - the truth about what happened to Frankie. To drag them deeper. With time running out for the remaining survivors, Cal must face a killer that defies logical explanation. Because no matter how Cal analyzes the facts, there is only one conclusion: A supernatural force is reaching out from the depths to reclaim those who escaped more than 30 years before. And it will not rest until it takes them all...into the darkness.

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A mixture of genres

Couldn't make up my mind what category this came under. Reading the write-up it should have been a supernatural/horror thriller - NOT. It was a detective (not exactly a thriller) with the merest hint of the supernatural - that is until the end chapters when the supernatural part was brought in with another 'sort of' character which hadn't been mentioned anywhere in the book up until then and it just got plain silly. We find out why the murders happened (fine) but the rest was just stupid and should have had a better ending. If the book hadn't had a narrator like Jason Tatom who was brilliant I would have given it less stars. I think that Jeffrey Savage couldn't think of a decent way to get his characters out of trouble so he gave it a rubbish ending instead.
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- Freda

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-02-2017
  • Publisher: Covenant