The Banshee of Muddy River

The Banshee of Muddy River From Haunted by fears of the future Erin McDonald returns home to her Appalachian roots when she learns the grandmother who raised her has passed away Choosing not to remain in poverty in an environm

  • Title: The Banshee of Muddy River
  • Author: Roxanne Dent
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • From Haunted by fears of the future, Erin McDonald returns home to her Appalachian roots when she learns the grandmother who raised her has passed away Choosing not to remain in poverty in an environment steeped in mysticism and magic, she rejected her background and never looked back Feelings of guilt overwhelm her along with a vivid nightmare of a banshee takFrom Haunted by fears of the future, Erin McDonald returns home to her Appalachian roots when she learns the grandmother who raised her has passed away Choosing not to remain in poverty in an environment steeped in mysticism and magic, she rejected her background and never looked back Feelings of guilt overwhelm her along with a vivid nightmare of a banshee taking her best friend s life when they were children Gradually, Erin convinced herself what she saw was only her imgiantion but is unable to stop the nightmares As twilight approaches, she hears the footbeats of a horse and a figure appraoching through the fog Terrified, she fears the demonic being who tooik Lucy s life has only been waiting and is now coming for her.
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    • Robert Hatch says:

      I read Roxanne Dent's story "Zombies of Red Rock" in "A Fistful of Horrors" and was thoroughly impressed by it so I picked this one up to see more of her work. Sadly this short story doesn't measure even close to the excellence of Red Rock. There is a great deal that could have and should have been expanded upon to give the reader some more emotional attachment to the characters. I won't say it's bad but the way it's structured you feel like you are reading exposition until the very end as you g [...]

    • Naomi Blackburn says:

      I thought this book was good for a novella, although it was a bit predictable and "sticky sweet". Especially with the concept of a Banshee involved, I expected it to be a bit more scary than it was. I am not sure if this is because it was a novella that this was the case.

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