I love creature features and A Cold Tomorrow by Mae Clair stars Mothman, plus…
This is the second book in the Point Pleasant series. You can see my review for Book I, A Thousand Yesteryears here.
Check out this gorgeous cover. What does it make you think of?
Doesn’t it have an eerie feel to it?
A COLD TOMORROW
Book 2 in the Point Pleasant Series
Length: 82,00 Words
Publisher: Kensington Publishing/Lyrical Underground Imprint
Publication Date: December 20, 2016
I LOVED the first book, A Thousand Yesteryears, so I was very eager to continue my journey down the road in Point Pleasant to see what happens next in this fantastic creature feature.
The cover alone gives me an eerie feeling, sending shivers up and down my spine as I try to guess at what lies ‘between the covers.’
Katie misses her sister, her best friend, Wendy, who disappeared three days ago. No one knows what has become of her.
One of the things that caught me early was Katie’s aversion to smells in the salon. I too have a problem with them. These smells of reality make it easy for me to feel as if I am there with her.
I love how Mae Clair develops the relationship between Katie and Doreen Sue, her mom. Reads like real life as the work through a not so good past.
The town has not been kind to Katie’s family, treating them like white trash. Maybe they want to think twice before they cast the first stone.
Ryan Flynn is called to Chester Wilson’s farm to investigate star snot and outer space grass. The mystery begins. Then, the cow…
“It’s been a weird day.”
Uh…let’s see…cow mutilation, phantom deputy, missing resident. Does that fit the bill?”
Point Pleasant is a hotbed for Mothman and UFO sightings, in real life too. Adds another element of reality for me. Could it be true? Is Mothman real? For the moment, Mothman is silent.
As things become stranger, Katie’s past comes to the forefront, her memories causing her to fear for herself and her son, Sam.
All of a sudden, something sets Mothman off and he is terrorizing the people of Point Pleasant. How would you feel if you were the only one of your kind…people so afraid of you, they shoot first and take names later?
The Mothman, aliens, Men In black, lights in the sky, mutilated animals, people feeling the compulsion to draw…There are mysteries galore that kept me on pins and needles, fearing for the characters I have grown to love.
Oh Yeah! I believe we will have a Book III.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of A Cold Tomorrow by Mae Clair.