- Pasta blanda: 338 páginas
- Editor: E-Booktime, LLC (24 de abril de 2014)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1608625494
- ISBN-13: 978-1608625499
- Dimensiones del producto: 14 x 1.8 x 21.6 cm
- Peso del envío: 399 g
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The Sea of Souls - Sequel to the Folks (Inglés) Pasta blanda – 24 abr 2014
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Tyler, the small boy with the imaginary friends called the Folks, is now grown up. Moving on with his life, Tyler has entered the Coast Guard.
While at Boot Camp, Tyler endures a high fever which flood memories of the Folks down on him. Memories, he's not sure are his own.
Terry, Tyler's mom, ever watchful of the Folk's return, decides to help Tyler get settled in with his new orders. Travis, Tyler's brother, plans on sharing an apartment with Tyler making Tyler's transition even easier.
The two brothers are excited to start their new life in Galveston, Texas. Unfortunately, the island has a dark past of its own. Terry, Tyler and Travis find themselves re-living the past to ensure their future!
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Author of several horror novels, each one uniquely spine-tingling; Sea of Souls is a sequel and even a bit of a prequel to one of her other books called “The Folks”…Oh I can hear it now “groan…not a sequel!” Oh yes! And it’s a hell of a sequel too!! You see, Tyler is all grown up now and has entered the Coast Guard. While at Boot Camp however, he developed a high fever which brought back a flood of memories…memories of a bizarre group of people called “The Folks”, and they’re not interested in going away; but, the question is, are they real or just imagined?
Tyler’s mom, Terry is very much aware that The Folks might still be lurking somewhere in the shadows, so she and Travis decide to help Tyler get settled at his new post in Galveston, Texas. Once they arrive, they soon find out that this island has its own dark, disturbing history. And what a story it is!
Tammy has a delightful way of blending her ideas and thoughts with just the right amount of “creepiness” ...but it's much more than that; it's the family bond that makes this such a wonderful and intriguing read. It’s powerful, even a bit disturbing (perfect combination in my opinion) and wonderfully written. Beautifully chilling and definitely fear-provoking!
She also has a very interesting "treatment" of the metaphysical as told by one of the characters; Lori...she absolutely has “my way of thinking”, especially with reference to the "fingerprint" and energy aspects of the afterlife and of souls...This book really makes me think not just about the after-life, but about spirits and entities in general. Add to that the location and occurrence of certain past events; truly gives one pause for thought.
I’m always in love with the endings to Tammy’s books; why? Oh no, I’m not sharing that! To find out, you’ll just have to read the book.
This is a must-read. Especially very late at night.
The book was hard to put down and I worried about you guys right to the end. Keep on writing. Loved it.
This is the sequel to The Folks. After The Folks, Tyler has doesn't remember any of the events that accrued with The Folks. Terry and Paul got married, became pregnant, and moved to New Jersey. A new start for everyone.
Time passes and Tyler is now all grown up. He is now entering the Coast Guard and being shipped to Galveston, Texas. Terry thinks that with all the changes going on, that it would be best if Travis, Tyler's younger brother, moves to Texas with Tyler. A fresh start for both of the boys and neither one of them has to be alone. She finds an apartment for the boys near the base. Terry goes along with to boys to help move them, and get them settled. Terry stays at a hotel near the boys apartment. To Terry's surprise, she has gotten the boys settled and started with their new lives faster than she has planned. As a mother, she worries about her boys, between Tyler's past and now learning that the island has a dark past as well.
Strange things start happening. Terry can't help, but wonder if it the island or the past catching up with them. She has a few days before she has to return home and she hopes that she can get things figured out, because if she can't, there is no way she can leave her boys there to survive on their own. With everything that Terry has experienced, she knows that sometimes the past comes back to haunt you, but she isn't sure she if her and the boys are ready for what the past has in store for them.
This is a great installment to the series. There are a few editing issues that I ran across, but nothing that took away from the story or the flow. You really get a feel of each character and what they are going through. There is lots of paranormal and mystery in this book. Even though this book is a work of fiction, it does contain some actual events. I suggest for you to look up the following events that accrued in Galveston, Texas: The Face on the Wall, The Lovelorn Lady of the Hotel Galvez, and The Great Storm of 1900. This author did lots of research on these events and weaved them into the story nicely. When I found out that these were actual events, I have to look them up and found them very interesting.
I look forward to reading more of this authors work.