Curse of the Chupacabra Read by the authorThey Never Thought Their Luck Would Be Their Curse In the months following the onslaught the extraordinary survivors continue to know no peace as they are haunted by signs that the

  • Title: Curse of the Chupacabra
  • Author: Michael Hebler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Audiobook
  • Read by the authorThey Never Thought Their Luck Would Be Their Curse.In the months following the onslaught, the extraordinary survivors continue to know no peace, as they are haunted by signs that the relentless creature remains on their trail However, this fight will be better matched, now that they ve discovered an advantage that will help protect them from the monster Read by the authorThey Never Thought Their Luck Would Be Their Curse.In the months following the onslaught, the extraordinary survivors continue to know no peace, as they are haunted by signs that the relentless creature remains on their trail However, this fight will be better matched, now that they ve discovered an advantage that will help protect them from the monster s bloodthirsty lust But once faced with the decision to kill the beast, the choice will not come lightly since it is still unclear which loved one the chupacabra possesses Curse of the Chupacabra stretches beyond the claustrophobic world of Night of the Chupacabra s single town setting as the creature s victims inadvertently lure the beast across the western states not only becoming a road story soaked with blood and treachery, but a powerful chronicle of passage that exposes the consequences of not following the path of one s own heart Curse of the Chupacabra is a relentless feast of tragedy that examines the dangers awaiting those who might be kin to the most infamous abomination to walk this earth.

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    1. You can read this review and more on my blog:My ReviewI received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.I liked it even more than the first in the series. Suzanne and Jessie are trying to figure out what they are going to do now that the chupacabra is presumed to be dead; however since this is a trilogy it is safe to assume that the creature is not through with them yet.The first part of the nov [...]

    2. Review also on jolasbookshelf.wordpressI think I enjoyed this book far more than the first one in the series. Reading about Jessie and Suzanne's adventures kept me entertained and I liked that chupacabra was somewhere lurking in the background. The times when it finally appeared were truly horrifying! I can't wait to find out what will happen in book 3.Thanks to Michael Hebler for sending me an ebook to read and review!

    3. You can run but you cannot hide!Not many survived the last faceoff with the Chupacabra.Suzanne was one of the lucky few.Now she’s running, with a young girl in tow, trying to stay as far ahead of the beast as she can. Suzanne should’ve known Jessie wouldn’t stay with the older couple that took her in. She’s resourceful and cunning and wants to be with Suzanne.But Suzanne, once a prostitute, can barely take care of herself and thinks Jessie would be better off with someone else.The decisi [...]

    4. The second installment in the Chupacabra series left me with a kind of dilemma: reading the first half of the book, I wondered if the author had secretly switched genres with this one. The first half reads somewhat like a women's western adventure, while the chupacabra stays behind, lurking in the shadows but never really showing its ugly face. This may throw off readers that expect the story to start with the same fast-paced action as the first book. However, I enjoyed reading about Suzanne and [...]

    5. Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest reviewCurse of the Chupacabra is the follow-up to Hebler's debut novel, Night of the Chupacabra, and picks up shortly after the devastating events in Dillmore Valley. This time around Hebler focuses on the journey of Suzanne and Jessie, two of the few survivors of that fateful night. In Night of the Chupacabra, Suzanne makes a promise to take Jessie and brothers Danny and Norman to San Francisco in order to start a new life and attempt to put the [...]

    6. Original review here: offbeatvagabond/2013/11/book-review-curse-of-chupacabramlCurse of the Chupacabra is the sequel to Hebler's Night of the Chupacabra. This book takes place after the first book and now we are following Jessie and Suzanne. They are on the run and are trying to start a new life. They think they can beat the chupacabra, but the nightmares are telling them otherwise. They know something is coming. Suzanne has left behind her life as a prostitute and a thief and wants Jessie to st [...]

    7. After the chupacabra leaves the town decimated, Suzanne eagerly takes advantage of the chance to start a wholesome new life. She finds families to take in children orphaned by the event but one willful girl refuses to leave her side. Through their travels, Suzanne soon realizes her past is difficult to leave behind and that the creature is still stalking them. This is the second book in the Chupacabra series.Curse of the Chupacabra is a western story with great world building and character devel [...]

    8. Reviewed by Lee Ashford for Readers' Favorite.“Curse of the Chupacabra” by Michael Hebler is book #2 in a series of at least 3 volumes. It follows “Night of the Chupacabra”, and will be followed in 2014 by “Legend of the Chupacabra”. Although these books can be read as stand-alone tales, they make much more sense if read sequentially. In “Curse of the Chupacabra”, we pick up pretty close to where “Night of the Chupacabra” ended. Once again, we find a pair of young women tryin [...]

    9. I want to thank the author for gifting me this book for a honest review. This is the second installment in the Chupacabra series and it did not disappoint. This one continues on with Suzanne and Jessie barley escaping the Chupacabra, both wondering who is the Chupacabra now if its Jessie's father or uncle. Suzanne decides that she can not raise Jessie and hands her over to another family to raise her. Of course Jessie doesn't want this and is upset with Suzanne. I really enjoyed reading about th [...]

    10. Who needs a zombie apocalypse when you have a chupacabra? I was provided an arc copy of this book in return for an honest review This book is a fast paced horror fest. The creature is similar to the one in Jeepers Creepers but with a western flair. You can get away from zombies, but you stand no chance with the chupacabra As if that is not bad enough, the poor people in the book are related to the creature. Talk about skeletons in the closet.This is the second in a series of books about the chup [...]

    11. Suzanne, Jessie, Danny, and Norman are traveling to their new homes. Danny & Norman to a family in New York, Jessie to a couple in Virginia City, and Suzanne will just make her way as best she can. She feels she’s not cut out to be a mother, especially considering her past. What they don’t realize at first is they are being followed by the chupacabra they thought was long gone. Suzanne and Jessie meet up with James Carter and the traveling troupe of actors he runs with, but even in numbe [...]

    12. Yay, the author did a wonderful follow-up on the Night of the Chupacabra! After the first book, I've been wondering about what happened with Drake, Suzanne, Jessie, Danny and Norman. Book #1 had a sad ending, especially for Drake. I was truly sad for the father who lost his family and when he finally found his missing daughter, he 'died'. Book #2 immediately starts right after the ending of book #1. Even after Drake became something evil, like Jessie, I felt fear when he's around and at the same [...]

    13. Weaving a horror tale out of the Old West, Michael Hebler brings an interesting voice to the genre. Following a former prostitute and the child she has sworn to find a home, we get to see a very fractured duo who are being chased by their own horrendous memories (most likely from the first book, which I have not read, but plan on now). Realizing the monster they thought dead is still alive, it becomes a frantic search for help and answers. Stranded at a mining outpost, the two women must confron [...]

    14. A cross between Larry McMurtry and Stephen King. Scary with a hint of sagebrush. An easy read. Good story. Good characterization. What more do you need?

    15. Tough I find a bit difficult to write a review for a book that is part of a series where the subject goes from a volume to another. I had to do a review to a similar series, but luckily for me I got all the volumes and I could do a general review. I still refuse to give spoilers, to start talking about what a character or another or about what happens. That is not how I see a review, but to clearly tell you if, from my point of view, a book or series deserves to be read or not.This is also the [...]

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