The Veins is a solid read! Remember the name Matthew Leverton, people!
The town of Red Rock has a dark past. A Nephilim wreaked havoc on the small town in the 1940s. People are preparing to reopen the church on Griffin Street. A young preacher moves into town to pastor the church. People begin to die. It becomes a who done it. The authorities are trying to catch the serial killer, but they have no leads. It appears as though the people are committing suicide. Has Red Rocks’ dark past returned?
It took me a few pages to get hooked, but it was worth it! The Veins is filled with several characters. The author knows how to tell a small town story! I was invested in a few of the characters. The small town problems were great filler as well, especially the cheating wife. There is tons of bloodshed and good dialogue. If you like classic horror, then you will surely dig this book. There are Christian overtones, but that doesn’t take away from the story.
I was hoping for more of the supernatural in this book. Overall, I enjoyed it!
I recommend this book to fans of horror!
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