Davey Ribbon

Davey Ribbon Shadow Award Finalist Hidden within the Pitch Pines of Cyclone Cove forty five years prior Wyvern Way becomes a sinister backdrop when a young autistic child bears witness to atrocity Rescued by

  • Title: Davey Ribbon
  • Author: Matthew Tait
  • ISBN: B00JW02QHO
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shadow Award Finalist 2014.Hidden within the Pitch Pines of Cyclone Cove forty five years prior, Wyvern Way becomes a sinister backdrop when a young autistic child bears witness to atrocity Rescued by an unlikely source, the two make a final pact that resonates throughout the future generations of the town.Though small, the municipal of Cyclone Cove sits at the very apexShadow Award Finalist 2014.Hidden within the Pitch Pines of Cyclone Cove forty five years prior, Wyvern Way becomes a sinister backdrop when a young autistic child bears witness to atrocity Rescued by an unlikely source, the two make a final pact that resonates throughout the future generations of the town.Though small, the municipal of Cyclone Cove sits at the very apex of cutting edge technology, thanks to the giant computing firm Azarcheal Systems Conglomerate Led by Samara Reagan, the ASC maintains its stranglehold through means sometimes not of the human worldElusive and equally mysterious, Norman Perks is a wealthy recluse whose house looks down upon the town like a haunted idol and whose love of the written word propels him to chronicle the ongoing story of Cyclone Cove.And at the heart of this story lives Davey Ribbon a gifted child shrouded in urban legend and the keeper of a legacy now grown to near mythic proportions As a ghost story for children like the Barlow twins, and an allegory for grown ups like Jerry Reed and Sean Hunt Davey s tale is about to climax And when the annual Cyclone Fair comes rolling into town, it won t just be the wealthy and powerful who have a part to play in Davey s endgame saga.

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    About “Matthew Tait”

    1. Matthew Tait

      A vociferous horror columnist since 2005, Matthew Tait published his first collection of dark fiction in 2011 Since then he has been nominated for the prestigious Shadows Award in the category of novel and gone on to publish an illustrated book of non fiction Described as writing the sort of horror Clive Barker must read on his days off Matthew s fiction often treads the line between the familiar and the fantastic His forthcoming 2017 book, Olearia, is the second novel in an epic trilogy of dark fantasy.

    680 thoughts on “Davey Ribbon”

    1. Review copyAustralia is home to a robust community of horror writers and Matthew Tait is making his mark among them and in the overall world of the horror genre. His previous works include a piece on a Heaven's Gate type cult called, Slander Hall, and Dark Meridian, book one of a mysteroius house involving aliens and more. Both worth checking out.Matthew's newest novel, Davey Ribbon begins forty-five years ago, when farmer, Reginald Avery molests and kills eleven-year-old Sarah Capeshaw. Thirtee [...]


    2. Matthew Tait invites us to visit Cyclone Cove, a coastal community whose bizarre inhabitants and creepy landmarks have all crept out of the author's gothic imagination. This story starts like a macabre fairy-tale. And yet somehow, it manages to ring true, giving you that creeping feeling that it could all be real - that Cyclone Cove could be just down the road from your town. As the plot unfolds and the tension builds, terrifying events of biblical proportion take place. Biblical, in a strange w [...]


    3. I was horrified from the first descriptions of Davey Ribbon's body as it was slowly cut apart. I stayed horrified throughout every twist and turn and story we learned along the way to the 'end' of the book.So why did I give it five stars? Because that's what the book is designed to do. Put those nightmares and myths you think don't really happen back in the forefront of your mind. Bringing a forgotten mystery back into your everyday life.The individual chapters with the viewpoint from different [...]


    4. Not what I was expecting, butI enjoyed reading it just the same. Plenty of horror and suspense, and most definitely kept you guessing up to the last chapter.


    5. Just like his ghostly character, Davey Ribbon, author Matthew Tait latches on with haunting prose that doesn't let go until the very end.


    6. RibbonsI didn't finish the book. The book was working so hard to pull itself together towards the end, it was becoming hard to keep everything straight. It was a chore to get as s far as I got.


    7. All in all, this was a strong story with a great premise that was delivered in an engaging and sinister way. It isn’t shy in its brutality, and it doesn’t hold back when tackling themes some find disturbing. See full review here: amandajspedding/2014/10/03


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