The Dover Demon by Hunter Shea


The Dover Demon is real…and it has returned.

Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

This book will scare the pants off you as well as entertain you!  I have watched shows about the Dover Demon, what it is and the fact that no one really knows where they came from or what they are here for.  Several people have actually encountered this bizarre being.  Seriously. This book however is a work of fiction, but knowing the background source, made this read even better!!

In 1977, Sam Brogna and a few of this friends stumbled upon on one of these creatures on a desolate road one night.  There weren’t as scared as I would have been!  What the seen, shook them to their cores and swore themselves to silence.  Little did they know, this encounter would change their lives forever.

Several years later, their hometown of Dover has been hit by a blizzard.  Sam’s son and his friends are bored and decide to go and search for the demon they have read about in books.  Sam has never told his son about his actual encounter with one of these cryptids. Soon, his son and friends disappear into the secret underground lair of the Dover Demon.  What they find out though, is there isn’t just one…….

Sam and his friends, who were there the night of the sighting, come back together to help find Sam’s son and the others.  What they find is far worse then they had ever imagined, the Dover Demon is deadly.  As the story takes hold of you, you cheer on the characters in hopes they will all make it out alive!

With the secrecy of the Dover Demon is wove into the story, you wonder if something like this could actually happen, or if this really is the true story of the demon.  On that note, you come to realize how this author has tricked you with his amazing writing!  I look forward to reading more of this author and his grand trickery of stories!

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