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The FacelessIn a northern city disappear masked men with sinister links to the past haunt the streets Unconnected events begin to align as Detective Chief Inspector Renwick realises these mysterious figures have chosen targets and an even bigger planIn the Lancashire town of Kempforth people are vanishing Mist hangs heavy in the streets and in those mists move the masked figures the local kids call the Spindly Men When two year old Roseanne Trevor disappears Detective Chi

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Ef Inspector Renwick vows to stop at nothing until she finds her In Manchester terrifying visions summon TV psychic Allen Cowell and his sister Vera back to the town they swore they’d left forever And local historian Anna Mason pieces together a history of cruelty and exploitation almost beyond belief born out of the horrors of war – while in the decaying corridors and lightless rooms of a long abandoned hospital something terrible is waiting for them all

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  • Rebecca McNutt

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessI'm sad to say that the thing I liked most about The Faceless wasn't even the writing but the front cover graphics I found the writing to be predictable repeatedly going in circles for no apparent reason


  • Canyonxplorer

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessOkay here's my two pence worthA couple of years ago I read Simon Bestwick's Tide of Souls The first two thirds of Tide of Souls was fantastic but I have to say that I really didn't like the last third Then I read a short story called The Moraine which I loved and I recommend to anyone who visits the English Lake District The Faceless is set in the fictional town of Kempforth we never uite learn where it sits in the geography of Lancashire but I'm guessing somewhere on the moors near Blackburn Darwen or Haslingden For me this is home turfKempforth has problems than jus


  • Joseph D&

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessWithout wanting to give very much away The Faceless is a supernatural story in which a group of deeply wounded characters fight to overcome their pasts and save themselves and their loved ones from a vastly powerful evil As always Bestwick’s command of language allows him to create an incredibly vivid landscape In this case the gr


  • Bob Williams

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessKarma comes home to roost in the most frightening way imaginable in this ghost story THE FACELESS starts out small in scale with isolated disappearances of children and the seemingly unrelated stories of a small group of people Anna an art historian looking for her missing niece; Allen Cowell a psychic and his sister Vera who sharing both business and incestuous bonds have spent their lives fleeing a dark past but now find themselves being called back to


  • Luke Walker

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessThe Faceless is a strange one in a good way in that it feels for a large part like a policecrime thriller before all the supernatural business kicks in I know a lot of readers don't like their crime mixed with the paranormal but I'm all for it so that wasn't a problem However I did find it overlong in places and some elements of the ending felt rushed Some great writing and a superb sense of cr


  • Gavin Gates

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessAfter reading this it came as no surprise at all to find out that Simon Bestwick has been nominated for awards for his writing this is without a doubt a perfect example of British horror at it’s best stark harsh vicious and creepy as hell I started to read this in the morning of a day off which turned out to be a wise move as I just could not tear myself away until I’d finished it Can not recommend highly enough Bestwick is a real force to be reckoned with in horror writing


  • Andrew

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessThe Faceless is very interesting novel On one level it's a straightforward horror story with legions of the dead but on the other it's a tale of interpersonal relationships and fractures which can occur even with the ones we love It's a tale of magic both misused and misunderstood It's a book of redemption hope and the ramifications of governmental decisions It's a slow burner yet also fast paced It's a book whose themes don't leave you once you put it downTraditional horror isn't always my thing and in some respects this follows a well troddden path yet its core idea manages to be both believable and audacious; and c


  • Janette Fleming

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The Faceless“In the Lancashire town of Kempforth people are vanishingWhen two year old Roseanne Trevor disappears the local kids blame ‘The Spindly Men’ But even as Detective Chief Inspector Renwick vows to stop at nothing until she finds her terrifying visions summon TV psychic Allen Cowell and his sister Vera back to the town they swore they’d left forever and local historian Anna Mason pieces together a history of cruelty and exploitation almost beyond beliefMeanwhile in the decaying corridors and lightless rooms of a long abandoned hospital something terrible is waiting for them allIn a chilling tale of contemporary small town horror Bestwick has truly evoked the terror of films such as The Orphanage and the writing of James Herbert Adam Nevill and M R James”“This grim supernaturally loaded tale of genuine melancholy with a compelling and well ev


  • Huw Macdonald

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessI spent the first chapter or two thinking I wasn't going to like this book Simon Bestwick's writing style is a bit unusual and takes a bit of time getting used to Slowly however you begin to see his uniue voice coming into great effect fashioning a vivid believable Northern town setting and a persistent sense of lurking evil and unease Some of my favourite parts of the book are in the fictional testaments of old soldiers that appear interspersed in the prose Here Bestwick captures a disturbing raw tone of voice which it's easy to imagine coming from the long suffering veteransT


  • Carlos Lavín

    mobi ´ The Faceless í Paperback Read ½ citybreakscheap The FacelessI'm not sure about this one Parts are 3s parts are 5s The book starts out great there's some very interesting characters and the writer really gets you into the northern England town setting I was even thinking this could easily be made into a movie because of how clearly I was imagining everything Was getting pretty excited about the whole thingI still try hard to not hate the change of scope from just a town to what came after but can't seem to The setting and characters were all coming along so wellview spoiler and the last third of the book simply threw them all away hide spoiler