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Publisher's Summary

It starts with a strange glowing fog that arrives at the height of a snowstorm.

A terror from the past has returned, bringing with it death and destruction that threatens to overrun the town. The old stories tell of a postwar experiment gone wrong, one that opened the way for the fog - or whatever was behind it - to begin its reign of terror.

A small team of workmen are the last hope to keep their town alive through the long, storm-filled night. But the many horrors that await them are beyond anyone’s worst nightmares.

©2015 William Meikle (P)2018 David N. WIlson

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Annihilation meets Shawn of the Dead; poly-dimensional horror lends a Lovecraftian bent in what amounts to a good story. Sound quality is tinny, thank God the narrator is an inveterate storyteller.

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The Dunfield Terror

This is like a grand scale Philadelphia Experiment gone terribly wrong and I loved it. There were parts of this book that drew me in and kept me absolutely riveted. There is so much in the universe that we don’t understand... I can totally see someone breaking the world in the midst of performing their crazy experiments. I loved the narration, Andy Barker did an amazing job. I didn’t see the end coming as it did because I got engrossed in the tale and did not put any thought into it. The book was good. I need to find more novels by William Meikle. This was my first, but it will not be my last for sure.

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Great Lovecraftian fun

This was a smorgasbord of good ol Lovecraftian fun with some Philadelphia Experiment thrown in.

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Just BORING!

If the book was any longer I would've quit. there are no memorable characters, no moments where I feared for our 'hero' and no real sense of scale. It was just really dull if I'm honest and the narration was equally flat and uninspiring but sadly they had little to work with here