Summary

Investigative journalist Joe Oaks is on the trail of a strange creature caught on some amateur film footage: a figure so deformed it can hardly be human.
Recently arrived on the remote Scottish island where it was sighted, he is determined to expose the creature as the religious hoax it so obviously must be. But his confrontation, and its violent and bloody aftermath, is so catastrophic that it forces him to question the nature of evil and whether he might not be responsible for the terrible crimes about to unfold.
©2006 Mo Hayder (P)2006 Isis Publishing Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Pinkinkandpurplepills on 16-08-17

Third time reading , 1st time audio

I couldn't fault this audio at all , the reading was so so good and enjoyable
Also the actors where brilliant and believable.
The story itself has to be one of the best thriller novels I've read as of yet with a twist and turn at every point !!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Eve Black on 07-11-16

Creepy and unsettling.

Having read most of Mo Hayder's books and been a fan, this is the first one I have listened to. Although not her best, it is creepy and unsettling. At times the pace and tension made my heart race. She is brilliant at creating scenarios that border into horror and tap into our darkest fears.
Being a scouser I enjoyed the narrator, but the singsong element to our accent did jar at times against the horrors he was describing.
Would recommend, but as usual with Hayder, not for the faint hearted!

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