Michael Hebler Dawn of the Chupacabra: Chupacabra Series #4

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The fourth chapter in the award-winning Chupacabra Series follows an A.W.O.L. Confederate soldier, who is hunted by a demon sent to avenge the innocent of his heinous crimes. Before Night, Came Dawn Jeremiah Whiting has been a survivor since birth. He endured an abusive upbringing only to fight as a private for the losing side of the American Civil War. But when the war ends, Jeremiah’s battle does not. He will meet his greatest enemy yet, in the form of a heinous entity sent to kill him for crimes against the Cherokee Nation, and the only allies willing to fight at his side are the remarkable instincts he possesses and the voice of a deceptive Soldier that possesses him. Dawn of the Chupacabra tells the origin tale of a supernatural beast born out of hatred and rage. Sent to kill a man no less atrocious, the monster’s creators soon learn the error of their fatal mistake and abuse of power when the creature terrorizes above and beyond its intended purpose. Dawn of the Chupacabra breathes life into a legendary curse spawned from the ashes of war and begins what will continue to blemish the earth for centuries to come.
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    Dawn of the Chupacabra: Chupacabra Series #4
    misspider

    misspider

    14. October 2015 um 07:55

    I've been a great fan of the Chupacabra series from the start, so of course I couldn't wait for this sequel, especially when I heard that it would reveal the origin of the Chupacabra. Sadly, I have to admit that my excitement vanished with each page I read further into the book. Where was the Chupacabra? When would it make it's first appearance already? Instead, I was presented with the story of a man I despised from the start, which made it even harder to follow his actions. Once he was with the Cherokee tribe it got better, but only by a small degree. Then, at last, the Chupacabra was brought to life, but it's stage time was much too short and it remained a background character most of the time. While I appreciated to finally get to know the how and why for the existence of the Chupacabra, those answers took only a short story portion of this whole novel, and I just couldn't relate to the main plot and characters that took up the rest. I am devastated to admit that I did not like much about this novel, but that is my personal honest opinion. While part 1-3 will remain favorites on my shelf, this installment will definitely stay hidden behind in shame... However, the next book in the series has already been announced, so I'm looking on the bright side and forward to meeting the Chupacabra again. (I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review)

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