The Tent

The Tent Review

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The perfect getaway...

The perfect place to hide...

Hocking Hills, Ohio is an oasis for campers, hikers, nature enthusiasts, and for those who just want to get away and lose themselves in the wild.

And as long as you follow your guide's advice and stay within the permitted areas, you can expect to survive the night.

Because deep within the dark woods, something insidious awaits, something few have ever seen, something ancient, unknowable, and insatiable.

If you go down to these woods today, you won't live to see the sunrise...

A brand new novella from the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of THE TURTLE BOY and KIN.

Title:The Tent
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/2.5 StarsI feel bad giving a well-written story low stars, but 2 Stars means I thought it was “okay” and that’s about all I felt. Whi...

  • Char

    Camping out is a blast, right? Except for when the tent blows away. And except for when the campers are lost. This story interrupted a domestic argument to bring you one heck of a good creature featur...

  • David

    A) The woods are scaryB) Things that live in the woods are scaryC) Kealan Patrick Burke is very scary and very good at what he does...

  • Cecilia

    Well, I was warned! I was told on good authority (by the author, no less!) "DO NOT READ THIS BOOK before you go camping". But would I listen? Of course not! Hey, I'm a modern gal & don't scare easily....

  • Evans Light

    Well-written story that brings a spark of creativity through unique creatures and interpersonal emotional conflict to this somewhat time-worn genre. The tense in which it was written (third-person pre...

  • Mindi

    Note: I never change my reviews, but I am here to say that I reread this story, and my review is shit. I must have been in a bad mood. This story is actually super creepy. That is all.This is the firs...

  • Kimberly

    A camping trip that goes from bad to .... Burke never disappoints with his truly "personal" characters. To me, this was reminiscent of a campfire tale that made me feel I was actually a participant in...

  • Layton

    A nice grueling, disgusting, little short story. Great stuff!...

  • David Brian

    It's been a few years since I last went camping, as with age comes an aching back after a night on the ground; though I still fancy the idea of a night under canvas. Or at least I did: Kealan Patrick ...

  • Jon Recluse

    Kealan Patrick Burke kicks camping off our collective bucket list (along with Ohio in general) with this nasty little chiller that amply displays his twisted imagination and unleashing something compl...