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Friday, April 11, 2014

Review: THE MONTAUK MONSTER by Hunter Shea

A really smoothly-written, exciting, involving, tale, with a large character populace ( each one actively delineated and backdropped--all endangered) and some creatively-engineered "monsters" invading the beaches and homes of southeast Long Island. By "creatively-engineered" I include both author Hunter Shea's imaginative staging, plotting,  and creature-design; and the "research & development" brought forth by those pesky "mad scientists" on a certain nearby island in Long Island Sound. The horror is, yes, visceral; but an integral part of the story, and this reviewer did not find it to be over the top, but just right.

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