The Hungering Dark by Stephen Clark (Book Review)

The Hungering Dark by Stephen Clark

Page length: 400 Pages

Publication Date: June 30, 2018

Publisher: Westbow Press

Genre: Religious

Language: English

Hungering Dark is a type of horror story about a dark evil finally released from centuries of imprisonment. When a vampire sells the box to a mortal, the puzzle that has been unbroken for centuries is finally broken and something evil is released. Stephen Clark does not leave anything to wonder, as the origins of everything is explained clearly, word by word.

Hungering Dark is a book that will have you on the edge of your seat, even after the story is over. You will sit there and yell at them not to. I can’t wait to read the second book. This is a story that will be talked about for years to come. Just when you think everyone is safe, things change. The Descendants will stop at nothing to get their hangs on the box? Will Israel finally pay for their crime? Or will everyone cease to exist?

Hungering Dark is about a mysterious book containing a dark cube that is linked to several mysterious deaths that appears to suck the very life out of people. Leaving behind nothing but a pile of ash.

Hungering Dark is not a book you take lightly, it is full of suspense, horror and deceit . The story transpired into something great and terrifying as time goes on, learning the cube is pure evil. The people who want the cube for evil purposes will stop at nothing to obtain the cube for their own purposes. I would recommend this book to anybody who loves a good suspenseful book, loves horror (not necessarily a Freddy cougar scary book).


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