With nothing but the clothes on his back—and something horrific snapping at his heels—Jack Winter fled his rural Georgia home when he was still just a boy. Watching the world he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview mirror, he thought he was leaving an unspeakable nightmare behind forever. But years later, the bright new future he’s built suddenly turns pitch black, as something fiendishly familiar looms dead ahead.
I picked up Seed after hearing about it on Twitter a couple weeks ago. Although the book was published a few years back fans everywhere are still picking it up and enjoying its creepy story. I gave this book 4 skulls because of its: well paced story, narrative, and overall eeriness. The story is a page turner, it grips you from the beginning and leaves you wanting answers to many of its unsettling questions.
I enjoyed the main plot of the story and the flashback narratives to Jack Winter's childhood. Although the main characters paint a realistic picture of a family seeking answers to things that are out of their control, I often found myself frustrated at the main character's lack of action. I read through this book quickly seeking answers to questions and wanting to learn more about Jack's past. The story did not drag on and had several important scenes throughout each chapter. After reading this book I will definitely check out other books written by: Ania Ahlborn.
I recommend this book as a "fun read", check it out!