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The Shade Clan ❴KINDLE❵ ❅ The Shade Clan Author H.J. Williams – Thomashillier.co.uk Anything could be happening in that place in that post industrial wilderness reclaimed by nature; the place they know as The Shade When Tom and his friends discover the vast overgrown uarry they know Anything could be happening in that place in that post industrial wilderness reclaimed by nature; the place they know as The Shade When Tom and his friends discover the vast overgrown The Shade PDF/EPUB ² uarry they know it’s the perfect location to learn to survive in the wild But something else has been drawn there Something nightmarish unspeakable Through a chance discovery they step into a world existing alongside the world they know where great darkness dwells behind the brightest of lights What is living in that forgotten hole in the ground and how is Aleksander the charismatic stranger who comes into their lives connected to what they’ve encountered Enthralled and afraid Tom Katya Cal and Annabelle are soon asking themselves if anyone can be trusted if anything is at it seems.


10 thoughts on “The Shade Clan

  1. L L says:

    Step into a world of sinister supernatural secrets and where darkness dwells behind the brightest of lights HJ Williams’ sensational story certainly packs a punch pardon the pun cliché with electric tension and suspense seeping through the pages Dramatic intriguing and hauntingly magnetic the multi layered narrative and deftly interwoven plot certainly captures the imagination The richly detailed world building typifies the genre perfectly and any fantasy aficionado will become easily entangled within the author’s convincing conception Not everything is as it seems and you are undoubtedly left guessing and wondering when another unexpected element is thrown into the mix; just as you feel like you have grasped a certain perspective and understanding Enthralling albeit disturbing in parts the sense of isolation and mystery that becomes ubiuitous as the story unfolds sends shivers down the spine The eerie vibe and gothic ambience projects an altogether romanticised backdrop contrapuntal to the contemporary setting and characters within the twenty first century This fresh original novel was a deeply fascinating read and something that cleverly blends a variety of genre for an interesting outcome


  2. Easha Easha says:

    The premise of this book had me intrigued but it did take me a while to get into it As the story unfolded I became invested in it and although I wouldn't call it a page turner it interested me enough to keep reading I loved some of the gruesome descriptions and the 'interludes' added another level of mysteryI would recommend this to anyone who enjoys reading mysterious paranormals and young adult adventurefantasy


  3. T.L. Searle T.L. Searle says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads first reads giveaway It was almost a 4 star for me but there were just a couple of things that let it downSo four friends go into an abandoned uarry in Kent where they have an established base camp in case you know civilisation collapses But 'strange things are happening' totally sang that Holes have appeared strange noises a sense of weirdness hoof prints that could be deer a rotten leg also possibly deer and then they run into a man who threatens them into leavingThe storyline was good it had me intrigued and I loved the interludes with the brief glimpses of another important character But there's always things that could have been improvedFirstly the language HJ Williams has obviously gone for accuracy which is commendable but it made reading the dialogue tiresome The four main characters are English Scottish American and RussianNigerian and then the fifth who arrived later was PolishEnglish They each had a distinctive voice which was great However the 3rd person narrative which was focused on Tom the English guy often got contaminated with the formal speech patterns of the other charactersSecondly and most irritating the ' Every time someone mentioned a phone which was surprisingly often there was a damned ' before it Where's my 'phone? I'll 'phone him There's no signal on my 'phone Honestly I started sarcastically finger bending parenthesis every time I read the word I guess phone is an abbreviation of telephone which is why he insisted on the ' but phone is a recognised noun in the English dictionary Even ET asked for a phone not a 'phone and that was 1982 Just sayingFinally The character's refusal to believe It was repetitive They seemed to have the same conversation in a different way than once Overall it was a good book I liked it but it wasn't great


  4. T.L. Searle T.L. Searle says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads first reads giveaway It was almost a 4 star for me but there were just a couple of things that let it downSo four friends go into an abandoned uarry in Kent where they have an established base camp in case you know civilisation collapses But 'strange things are happening' totally sang that Holes have appeared strange noises a sense of weirdness hoof prints that could be deer a rotten leg also possibly deer and then they run into a man who threatens them into leavingThe storyline was good it had me intrigued and I loved the interludes with the brief glimpses of another important character But there's always things that could have been improvedFirstly the language HJ Williams has obviously gone for accuracy which is commendable but it made reading the dialogue tiresome The four main characters are English Scottish American and RussianNigerian and then the fifth who arrived later was PolishEnglish They each had a distinctive voice which was great However the 3rd person narrative which was focused on Tom the English guy often got contaminated with the formal speech patterns of the other charactersSecondly and most irritating the ' Every time someone mentioned a phone which was surprisingly often there was a damned ' before it Where's my 'phone? I'll 'phone him There's no signal on my 'phone Honestly I started sarcastically finger bending parenthesis every time I read the word I guess phone is an abbreviation of telephone which is why he insisted on the ' but phone is a recognised noun in the English dictionary Even ET asked for a phone not a 'phone and that was 1982 Just sayingFinally The character's refusal to believe It was repetitive They seemed to have the same conversation in a different way than once Overall it was a good book I liked it but it wasn't great


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