Andrew Klavan is a master of suspense and thrills. Nightmare City is further proof of this.
Tom is a reporter for his school’s newspaper. He wakes up in a hazy state and finds that his neighborhood is covered in a deep fog and he is under constant threat from zombie-like “malevolent.” He does not remember much, except that he recently broke a story that proved his football team was using illegal steroids to win a championship. However, what does that have to do with this situation? Could it be there is something dark going on? He’ll have to go a monastery on the other side of town to figure it out.
This book is actually written for a young adult audience, but it definitely kept my attention. I kept turning pages and would have to fight to put it down.
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