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Walk The Sky Characters ´ 2 ☆ Things are bad for Clay Miller and George HitchensFor starters they’re on the run from a posse out for blood Then as they ride through the Utah desert the two come across the crumpled body of a young boy on the brink of death The boy can’t speak but it’s clear he’s frightened of something nearby When asked what’sHe brink of death The boy can’t speak but it’s clear he’s frightened of something nearby When asked what’s got him so scared the terrified boy writes three letters in the dirt DEDBy nightfall Clay and G. This was a fun short novel by a great young author in Robert Swartwood and a legend in the horror genre David Silva It starts off how I imagine many westerns starting two men on the run low on supplies and in search of water and shelter The two men stumble across a young boy who leads them to a deserted small western town At that point the story changes from a western to a western themed horroraction adventureI finished the book in a couple of days and slapped four stars on it A satisfying read It was never slow I never knew what was going to happen next It had a solid ending I would recommend it to anyone looking for a uick enjoyable escape While writing this review I changed my rating to five stars I was docking it a star for being what it was a novella It didn't need to be 400 pages because if the story is done at 120 then it's done I wish writers had this mentality Five star novella Eat it upOn a side note I purchased the deluxe edition which is gorgeous It also contains a couple of short stories and emails back an forth between the two authors discussing writing Walk The Sky It's a fascinating look into the thought process of teaming up to write a solid piece of fiction Very limited numbers of this editionbe jealous RIP David Silva

Walk The SkyHe brink of death The boy can’t speak but it’s clear he’s frightened of something nearby When asked what’s got him so scared the terrified boy writes three letters in the dirt DEDBy nightfall Clay and G. This was a fun short novel by a great young author in Robert Swartwood and a legend in the horror genre David Silva It starts off how I imagine many westerns starting two men on the run low on supplies and in search of water and shelter The two men stumble across a young boy who leads them to a deserted small western town At that point the story changes from a western to a western themed horroraction adventureI finished the book in a couple of days and slapped four stars on it A satisfying read It was never slow I never knew what was going to happen next It had a solid ending I would recommend it to anyone looking for a uick enjoyable escape While writing this review I changed my rating to five stars I was docking it a star for being what it was a novella It didn't need to be 400 pages because if the story is done at 120 then it's done I wish writers had this mentality Five star novella Eat it upOn a side note I purchased the deluxe edition which is gorgeous It also contains a couple of short stories and emails back an forth between the two authors discussing writing Walk The Sky It's a fascinating look into the thought process of teaming up to write a solid piece of fiction Very limited numbers of this editionbe jealous RIP David Silva

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Walk The Sky Ñ Things are bad for Clay Miller and George HitchensFor starters they’re on the run from a posse out for blood Then as they ride through the Utah desert the two come across the crumpled body of a young boy on t. My original WALK THE SKY audiobook review and many others can be found at Audiobook ReviewerIn its opening moments George and Clay a pair of men on the run from the law and fleeing through the desert come across a small boy lying near death beneath the hot sun The boy is the sole survivor of a massacre that wiped out a nearby town and when they take it upon themselves to care for the boy and investigate George and Clay find themselves captured by bandits and tied up in jail The men are to be sacrifices for the inhuman evils roaming the desert the nightmarish creatures that wiped out the town and demand blood creatures that only come out at nightCo written by Robert Swartwood and David B Silva Walk the Sky is a very well done work of western horror It’s also Silva’s final piece of work having passed away in 2013 mere weeks after the publication of this title as a limited edition hardcover by Thunderstorm Books As such Walk the Sky is dedicated to Silva who as an editor author and Bram Stoker Award winner has a long and very rich legacy within the horror genre Silva was not just a friend and mentor to Swartwood but a co author on one other title they penned together At the Meade Bed Breakfast Listening to Walk the Sky in audio format it’s hard for me to tell where Swartwood’s style separates from Silva’s and their prose blends together seamlessly The end result is a perfectly engaging story filled with terrific characters some of them uite smarmy and a rich supernatural spine binding them all togetherOn narrating duties is Matt Godfrey whose soft natural reading style is one I’m uickly becoming a fan of after listening previously to his smooth delivery of The Happy Man from Valancourt Books His subdued Southern twang lends a certain richness and authenticity to this particular work and his use of a rougher gravelly voice for Clay lends to that character an air of American Western classicism that I uite enjoyed All in all this a polished and professional production Walk the Sky takes a number of Western genre tropes – outlaws on the run gun toting bandits a town ruled by an iron fist – and twists them in a number of satisfying ways with particular motives being wrenched in response to an ancient mysterious force Of the handful of supernatural historical horrors I’ve read thus far in 2018 Walk the Sky is easily my favorite sitting tall in the saddle as the best of the bunchNote Audiobook provided for review by the audiobookreviewercom Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ Robert Swartwood

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Robert Swartwood Õ 2 Read & download Eorge are tied up in jail They can’t move They can’t speak They can do nothing but listen to the boy outside screaming for his lifeYes things are bad for Clay and GeorgeAnd they’re only going to get worse. I will be honest I didn't expect the way it progressed and ended but that was not bad and I really enjoyed this book I felt a lot of emotions about these characters Everything from pure disdain for the antagonists to curious optimism for the outcome It was a clean story that took the reader into a sinister hell and brought them back out looking for Just another reason not to go into the desert in my opinion As always Matt Godfrey did a fantastic job narrating and bringing the story to lifeThis book was given to me for free at my reuest for my voluntary and unbiased review