With every possible hair-raising-horror cliche on every nail biting page, this is one book that will either spawn you to jump at any obscure sound and cause you to look over your shoulder…twice, even in broad daylight; or compel you to double over in laughter!
Stalking the unexpected reading is a page turner of events unraveling in small town USA. New Rotterdam, can you think of a more fitting name, is a heavily fogged coastal island town that has a reputation that ranks as high as the eerily haunted New Orleans and Salem. So high that it has its own wiki site filled with countless tales of creatures terrorizing the coast line, objects of unbelievably ill-fated consequences and neighbors- young and old - poof, vanished without a clue.
Doomsday Archives by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos hedge in the reader as your heart leaps into your throat following the tri-, Nick, Hazel and Serena- on what starts out as a haunt to uncover and report on the weird, but true, monsters that have riddled the town into a tourist spot for horror legend seekers. While investigating one story, the trio find themselves turning from reporters to being the story!
So if you are hungry, like really hungry, then read Doomsday Archives. Maybe monsters are real. Absurd, right?
I would recommend it for readers fourteen and older.