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Clown Friday ➭ [Ebook] ➨ Clown Friday By Edward Parker ➹ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Marlowe A small, picturesque town in the Worcestershire Countryside Village green, white church spire, maypole, A quaint townA beautiful townAn evil townJournalist Clive White is sent to cover Marlowe Marlowe A small, picturesque town in the Worcestershire Countryside Village green, white church spire, maypole, A quaint townA beautiful townAn evil townJournalist Clive White is sent to cover Marlowe s annual carnival Clown Friday an easy and straight forward assignment But, as he interviews the locals, and as he uncovers the true history and nature of the town and its carnival, it becomes clear that there is something very wrong in Marlowe There is an article to be written and a story to be told, but White realises that the story is a dark one It is the story of something ancient, vile, and evil, something that lusts after spilled blood and human flesh And it is a story that only he, Clive White, will be able to tell.

    Download PDF books very wrong in Marlowe There is an article to be written and a story to be told, but White realises that the story is a dark one It is the story of something ancient, vile, and evil, something that lusts after spilled blood and human flesh And it is a story that only he, Clive White, will be able to tell."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 215 pages
  • Clown Friday
  • Edward Parker
  • English
  • 14 June 2017

About the Author: Edward Parker

Edward Parker was born and raised in Worcestershire, England He has been writing fiction pretty much since he was physically able to write, and has been writing horror fiction for about the same length of time Edward Parker is the author of two published novels Blood Tide and Clown FridayRegarding horror fiction, Parker says My views on writing horror Graphic or quiet Cosmic or personal The slash of a killer s knife or a cold whisper at midnight Answer all All of these things constitute the horror genre and make it great The dark land is broad beneath its troubled twilight sky Its hills are huge and secret and its towns are ominously quietand who knows what might walk upon it by starlight.



10 thoughts on “Clown Friday

  1. Debra Debra says:

    This was really creepy I ve never liked clowns, creepy clowns I like horror books with new ideas Got tired of vampires, werewolves, and zombies about 15 years ago so I appreciate something different.

  2. Mark Heath Mark Heath says:

    A GREAT READ FOR THE HORROR LOVER WORTH A READ IT WILL KEEP YOU GRIPPED TO THE END.

  3. Padders Padders says:

    May contain hint at possible spoilers I never liked the circus, not since I was a child and a clown tried to get me to go on stage and be a part of their act, scared me to death, and probably scarred me, so now I have always had this hatred towards clowns, even though there just men dressed in makeup they don t have freak me out, but that is why I love to read about them, I read horror for it to scare me, to give me that uneasy feeling in my stomach, that makes me not want to go to the toiler i May contain hint at possible spoilers I never liked the circus, not since I was a child and a clown tried to get me to go on stage and be a part of their act, scared me to death, and probably scarred me, so now I have always had this hatred towards clowns, even though there just men dressed in makeup they don t have freak me out, but that is why I love to read about them, I read horror for it to scare me, to give me that uneasy feeling in my stomach, that makes me not want to go to the toiler in the middle of the night Plus I am always on the look out to find a book film to creep me out as much as Stephen King managed to do with the infamous IT of course I wasn t really expecting it to exceed IT but it was enjoyable enough to read and for 77p you can t grumble really but the clown s weren t really the main focus, therefore I couldn t get scared which didn t give it as much impact as what it probably would have if lets say it was just a maniac clown running round with an axe killing everyone in sight..Instead we have our journalist and main protagonist Clive White who is shipped off to do a seemingly boring and laborious assignment of covering the annual carnival in the little town of Marlowe, of course on arrival, it is quite obvious Marlowe isn t the quite little town it appears to be, it is merely a cover for somethingsinister as our journalist soon discovers as he delves deeper into the town s history, and the death count is high, and the people are even stranger So there we have it, usually when I m reading I often find myself comparing it to or imagining a certain film or sometimes another book and while none really sprang to mine it did remind me of a certain Supernatural episode, in where the boys are used as a sacrifice for a monster than needs feeding once a year or whatever it is, and that sor less what this book is, a presence or a force that every year requires a young innocent girl to be killed in order to keep peace and destroy everyone inside this little place, it was fine, a little predictable and certainly any smart person knew how it was going to wrap up, but it was done nicely, a nice steady pace to read at, not really hard to read but a little slow in places where you can see the author is trying to cram some back story in there or develop Clive or his sidekick honestly forgot her name not going to lie Although the characters in this book were a little cardboard cut out for me, there was nothing to them that made them stand out hence the forgetting of the woman s name who spends over half the book with Clive nobody really shone out and gave it that extra something, Clive was fine, bless him, trying his best to take charge and show authority, I feel Parker did his best at trying to make emotions believable as possible and the actions they took to be reasonable and not be OTT, but like I say with a predictable plot its hard to get excited, or motivated, and a lot of the time I was reading through necessity rather than being on the edge of my seat not knowing what was going to happen So in essence it wasn t a bad book the synopsis is quite vague in comparison to what actually occurs in this book, of course with the title you kinda have an image built in your head as I did, so maybe that annoyed disappointed me in a way, but the story while not being anything to write home about, was fine for what it was and was written very well, no complaints just no real praise, would I recommend this book You know what for 77p and if you haven t anything planned it could be a quick read regardless of enjoyment and I didn t feel cheated or want my money back hence the 3 stars and not 2

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