James Herbert

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17 October 2019
352 pages


In James Herbert's Moon, Jonathan Childes has fled from the terrors of his past. Horrors that broke up his marriage and led him to leave his child to find refuge on an island. And for a time he lived in peace. Until the ‘sightings’ began, visions of horror seeping into his mind at night, violent acts so hideously macabre they overwhelmed his thoughts.

Jonathan knows he is witnessing the grotesque acts of a monster that glories in murder and mutilation. But even he cannot prepare himself for the true horror of a creature, now aware of the observer in its mind, who will come to the island to hunt down Childes . . .

Guaranteed to give you nightmares

Daily Mail

Building to a horrific climax, it's James Herbert's best book yet. But do not read it alone . . . especially on a moonlight night

Daily Mirror