[Reading] ➿ Chasm Author Stephen Laws – Metalstampedmemories.info

Chasm In The Ordinary Town Of Edmonville A Tremor Hits, Followed By A Second Devastating Tremor, Then Darkness The Next Morning, The Survivors Discover That Most Of The Town Has Disappeared Into An Enormous CrevasseAs They Struggle To Survive, One By One People Start To Disappear Without Trace

10 thoughts on “Chasm

  1. says:

    Ever wondered where all your negative thought, evil deeds and terrible things humanity does goes In this book you truly learn the value of the physics definition for every action there is a reaction when

  2. says:

    One of the best horror books I ve read Couldn t put it down This Author does not get the acclaim he deserves

  3. says:

    Make no mistake, this is a gripping page turner This is the third book I ve read from this author and he keeps getting better and better One thing I admire about his style is that his characters act so believably w

  4. says:

    Another great read from Stephen Laws Quite why his work has never been adapted to the big small screen is a mystery to me This, like his others, is filled with extreme characters, horrific monsters, and incredible setpi

  5. says:

    I have read this book not once but twice, it is a great read The book has a story to tell and a lesson to tell Portions of the book is slow but once it moves the steam never gives up I really wish of Mr laws coils give us a

  6. says:

    I m a huge fan of fiction which takes a group of ordinary people and propels them into a supernatural alternate reality full of the unknowable dangers, and this book scratched that itch nicely It is in no way high art, but the id

  7. says:

    3.5 stars.Inter dimensional earthquake strands a bunch of strangers in an alternate version of their ordinary English town, where they are surrounded on all sides by a hellish sentient evil force known as the Vorla that is the product

  8. says:

    It was the unique premise that hooked me on this one, making for an apocalypse story simply like no other The fantastic setting, in which the various parts of a town become isolated on numerous plateaus above a bottomless chasm, created so

  9. says:

    This book came out years before the epic TV series LOST, I dont know if the creators of said show ever read this, but there are tons of similarities, I really enjoyed this novel as much as I enjoyed that show, its filled with suspense and a gre

  10. says:

    I ve no idea how this book has such a high review It s a simple airport novel dragged over too many pages Crammed with clich s, in a world full of fantastic horror and suspense literature, this falls way short of the mark for me

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