A Connecticut Nightmare

A Connecticut Nightmare It was all supposed to be so simple and so perfect Seven days before Clare s due date Hal and Marla would drive from Chicago to Connecticut to arrive in time to share in the birth of their newest gra

  • Title: A Connecticut Nightmare
  • Author: J.M. Barlog
  • ISBN: 9780965471671
  • Page: 444
  • Format: ebook
  • It was all supposed to be so simple and so perfect Seven days before Clare s due date, Hal and Marla would drive from Chicago to Connecticut to arrive in time to share in the birth of their newest grandchild At the same time, they would care for their grandson Kyle, since Clare s husband was on a navy deployment and couldn t be there for the birth After all, how difficuIt was all supposed to be so simple and so perfect Seven days before Clare s due date, Hal and Marla would drive from Chicago to Connecticut to arrive in time to share in the birth of their newest grandchild At the same time, they would care for their grandson Kyle, since Clare s husband was on a navy deployment and couldn t be there for the birth After all, how difficult can it possibly be to care for a precocious five year old And Clare would only be in the hospital a day or two after delivering Grandparents are perfectly capable of attending a young child for that long, right But the new addition to the Masters household was anything but what everyone was expecting For eight days, life would become a hellish nightmare for Hal, who must muster every ounce of courage and faith from deep inside his soul to confront something he could neither understand nor safeguard his family against.WARNING This book will scare you When your heart starts pounding, set the book down and walk away until the palpitations subside And remember, it s only a story it isn t real or is it

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    About “J.M. Barlog

    • J.M. Barlog

      Barlog grew up in Chicago before serving in Vietnam with the U.S Air Force He has authored numerous novels across many genres Windows to the Soul, his debut novel, won the Readers Choice award for suspense at an Illinois Love Is Murder Mystery Conference But his greatest accomplishments are his three children and his grandchildren Barlog currently lives with his wife in Southern California, where he is busy writing sequels to his popular novels The Heart of the Lion, Minno, and A Connecticut Nightmare.

    431 thoughts on “A Connecticut Nightmare

    • I am not a fan of electronic books, and will usually skip over books that can only be downloaded, but A Connecticut Nightmare looked so intriguing that I made an exception. I'm glad I did! Once I started reading it, I couldn't stop. I found myself drawn to my Kindle app anytime I had a few free minutes, devouring this compact tale of terror. Hal and his wife, Marla, traveled to Connecticut for the birth of their new grandchild. Their son in law was deployed in the Navy, which left their pregnant [...]


    • If you like quick reads that are creepy this one's for you. It's about a five-year-old possessed that goes after his grandfather when the grandparents come to visit on the eve of their new grandchild's arrival. The structure makes for a perfect setting to terrorize the grandfather. It also plays out more realistic, in my opinion, in that only the grandfather sees the 'demon' side of the child, which makes him look unstable to his wife and daughter. It's easy to relate to the grandfather's fear a [...]


    • You can sum up this book in one sentence. A possessed five-year-old strikes terror into his grandfather. But the ending is something you can't anticipate. This is not the kind of book you want to read if you have to babysit an obnoxious five-year-old boy alone. No, this is fiction. It can't be true. I thoroughly enjoyed it!


    • I loved this book. The writing was so vivid that the entire time I felt like I was standing in their house with a cup of coffee watching the family live the story. The interactions between the characters kept it interesting right up to the very end. However, some parts are not for the squeamish.



    • This was not at all what I was expecting! It sucked so badly and with only a few, and I mean only a FEW decent part thrown in is why I am giving it two stars.


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