Gilchrist by Christian Galacar is terrifying. Stephen King made his readers afraid of clowns, cars and so much more; Christian Galacar WILL make you afraid of small towns and memories! Peter Martell and his wife start anew in small town Gilchrist to recover from the death of their son. What they don’t count on is the unseen evil that lives just below the surface of the town, just barely out of sight but horrifyingly and dangerously real! Nothing is coincidental in this town and no one is safe.
I LOVED this book! In the beginning the book flowed smoothly, had the appearance and feel of one of those feel-good books (I thought the horror was the death of the little boy and the family recovering) but NO! Galacar does not let you off that easy!!! Instead, you are treated to the darkness and origin of evil. It was one shock after another, Galacar skillfully manipulates the reader’s emotions like a pianist playing Bach.
Galacar builds each character to its fullest potential and weaves them into carefully plotted storylines leaving very little unanswered. I finished reading this book two days ago; it took me this long to absorb the book in its entirety – what seemed to be coincidental, the differing levels of depravity, and hope. I could not put this book down.
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