Bloodtooth by D.W. Hitz

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This title will be released on January 17, 2023

After nightmares begin in the small town of Custer Falls, Montana, in 1992, it’ll be thirty years before they end.

Just outside of Custer Falls, something is sleeping. Life in the small town was never ideal, but it was safe, quiet, and predictable. After Wes Henson and his friends’ field trip to Bloodtooth Caverns, all of that changes.

Until he does, the town’s nightmares are no longer harmless. The good side of your conscience may go quiet as the devil on your shoulder speaks up. Children fall into comas, while adults are torn to pieces in their sleep.

All they did was stray off the path. They didn’t expect to break their bones and discover an ancient relic. But once it’s in Wes’s hands, he’s the one that has to put it back.

Because when this evil is awake, no one’s dreams are safe.

If Wes and his friends want to survive, they’ll have to conquer the waking world and the dreamscape.

If you thought your nightmares were bad, just wait until you hear about the town of Custer Falls, Montana. Something is stalking the townspeople in their nightmares, and it’s up to Wes Henson and his friends to stop it. This is no ordinary task- they’ll have to face what’s lurking in both the waking world and the dream world.

This book was a great read from start to finish. I particularly enjoyed the dark and creepy nightmare element, which pulled me right in. The characters were well-written and relatable, which added to the story. The story had everything I could ask for: dark caverns, evil presences, twisty turns, a mix of past and present, action, and suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat.

If you’re looking for a good scare, I would definitely recommend this book. It was a lot of fun to read, and I enjoyed it immensely. You can’t go wrong with any of Mr. Hitz’s stories.

It was my pleasure to receive a free copy of this book but that does not in any way affect my opinions in this review of this entertaining story.



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