Darkness in the Valley An Uncanny Dossier Return to Uncanny Valley the remarkable town supposedly destroyed in where paranormal is normal and the unusual is traditional Now it reaches out from the past again through an extraordinary bun

  • Title: Darkness in the Valley: An Uncanny Dossier
  • Author: Gregory Miller John York
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  • Page: 237
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  • Return to Uncanny Valley the remarkable town supposedly destroyed in 1948, where paranormal is normal and the unusual is traditional Now it reaches out from the past again through an extraordinary bundle of journals and documents that chronicle a season of the community s darkest hours.It is 1909, and Uncanny Valley s tranquility is shattered by greed and distrust after tReturn to Uncanny Valley the remarkable town supposedly destroyed in 1948, where paranormal is normal and the unusual is traditional Now it reaches out from the past again through an extraordinary bundle of journals and documents that chronicle a season of the community s darkest hours.It is 1909, and Uncanny Valley s tranquility is shattered by greed and distrust after the offer of a full scale buyout by Tarkington Mining Yet when the residents take blind Ben Driscoll s advice, Don t sell, an even greater shadow quickly descends one that uses human weakness as a weapon and its purpose is darker than anyone can imagine.Together, Norton Weiss, Emmett Fielding, and Roger Burlington try to counter the growing incidents of intimidation and destruction But after an evening of unspeakably brutal murders, the whole town both the living and the dead has to strike back, using every strange skill and hidden secret at its disposal.With Darkness in the Valley, author Gregory Miller has crafted a spellbinding novel, bringing back familiar characters from The Uncanny Valley and introducing many new ones, all of whom are indispensable to this small borderland community balanced precariously on the edge of two worlds.

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    1. Uncanny MysteryI love this book! It's an eerie tale, well told. I will definitely be reading more from this talented author. Thank you Mr. Miller.

    2. Great read!If only my Kindle's battery could last more than a few hours! This story was exciting, sad, terrifying, sweet and horrifying in turns. I both wanted to visit a place like Uncanny Valley, but avoid a place like Uncanny Valley all at the same time. If one has ever been privileged to visit, and even live in a small town, one is lucky indeed. To live in one where neighbors feel more like family and are there for one another in even the darkest of times are blessed.

    3. Darkness in the Valley: An Uncanny DossierThere are many things in the world that we will never understand. Most of the unusual happenings or sightings have no explanation. Are they real ? This is something we must each decide for ourselves. Great storyline.

    4. The "Uncanny" books by Mr. Miller are difficult to categorize. Dark, yet hopeful, dead serious, but playful at times. Definitely worth reading, and probably worth re-reading.

    5. I loved the first Uncanny Valley book, and this one is a worthy follow-up. Whereas the various stories in the first story were largely self-contained, this book has a definite story arc: Set in the early 1900s, it follows the events when a mining company tries to take over the town. This being Uncanny Valley, there are many supernatural goings-on that affect how things play out.Like the first book, the story is told through residents' stories, in this case mostly excerpts from people's personal [...]

    6. A strange and interesting place to liveI really enjoyed The Uncanny Valley, a sort of bizarre Lake Wobegon. This novel was more linear, making it easier to read in fits and starts. In addition to supernatural horror, there are also strong fantasy elements. The people of Uncanny Valley have the strengths of small town and rural people everywhere but more so. A necessity in order to live in a place as unusual and dangerous as this town and valley. The characters are well developed real people, man [...]

    7. Though not quite as captivating as Tales from a Lost Town, the individual stories make a rough timeline of a single story - taken from different views and days in the lives of individuals or the town as a whole. Well written, easy to read, but worth a slow read for all the little nuances. Being written as journal entries works here, where it often fails done by other writers. Got to say I loved the entries with the Town Hall meetings and the interesting people sent by Tarkington Mining.I look fo [...]

    8. This book was much longer than it needed to be. It started out well but then it soon became redundant. There were too many characters to keep up with and because of it all being written as journal entries, it was extremely choppy and didn't flow smoothly. I was ready for it to be over, which is a first when it comes to Miller's work. I found myself speed reading and eventually skimming through which is another first for any book I've ever read.

    9. Excellent.This tale works alone, but it goes beautifully with the book of short stories from uncanny valley.It's haunting, scary but not gory, and I had to read it in one go, I cared so much about the fate of the valley.It's an old style, classic, scary book. Real terror for the characters, not the cheap jump scare type. Superb.

    10. OMG. This book had me gasping out loud, stopping in the middle of the road, and generally freaking out. VERY well written, even better than the Uncanny Valley. I may wind up buying this for my collection. Gregory Miller writes in a fashion similar to Steven King, but the stories are a little more fast-paced and run from whimsical, to alarming, to full-on creepy. Highly recommend.

    11. Brilliant reading !!Couldn't put it down,sad to finish n't wait to read more about Uncanny Valley.The place really does set to you.

    12. It's a magical, engrossing, intriguing read, though I did not enjoy it as much as I did the first volume, perhaps because the supernatural element is more overt than in that collection. Nevertheless Uncanny Valley is a place I'd want to visit again.

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