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  • The Night Clock
  • Paul Meloy
  • English
  • 18 February 2020
  • 9781781083765

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    PDF FREE The Night Clock × Paul Meloy Summary Ü eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Paul Meloy Paul Meloy ✓ 8 Summary Originally published at RisingshadowPaul Meloy's debut novel The Night Clock is a compelling and original blend of dark fantasy science fiction and horror elements It takes place in the same world as Dogs with Their Eyes Shut which was published in 2013 It's a richly written and multi layered novel for readers who want to immerse themselves into a complex and gradually unfolding story that rewards its readers with beau

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    PDF FREE The Night Clock × Paul Meloy Read & Download The Night Clock Review originally posted on The Book Adventures of Annelise Lestrange I received this copy through NetGalley in exchange of an honest review Let's go DGoodreads Blurb An incredible debut novel that will move and terrify you as reality itself is

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The Night Clock

The Night Clock Summary ↠ 108 Summary Ü eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Paul Meloy Paul Meloy ✓ 8 Summary N together Trevena and Daniel embark on an extraordinary journey of discovery encountering The Firmament Surgeons in the Dark Time the flux above our reality Whoever controls Dark Time controls the minds of humanity The Firmament Surgeons aware of the approach of limitless hostility and darkness are gathered to bring an end to the war with the Autoscopes before they tear our reality apart Paul Meloy's extraordinarily rich debut novel introduces us to a world just beyond our own shatteri. I had this as an advanced reader s copy through Net Galley and I went into it knowing nothing of the author or the plot I don t know however that much prior information would have helped me with the first couple of chapters Meloy dumps us into a netherworld where the planet Mars takes the place of the moon and characters I sensed were the good guys kept to their side of the street while a pub across the way served as a passageway for very bad things to enter their world The next chapter involved a farm house bothered by a zombiefied relative who ate hot stew with his bare hands had to be led away on the tines of a pitchfork and set on fire in a fieldIt took me several pages into the next seuence to realize that Meloy was settling down to his plot A housing estate somewhere in the UK with its boarded up shops council flats graffiti covered walls and threats of violence suggested a dystopian post apocalyptic setting but no this is just a miserable place to live Meloy can really pack in the information With the background of a mass shooting at a day care center he introduces us to a feckless estate patrolman an alcoholic hanging onto some sense of dignity and a social worker whose cases have begun to either kill themselves or others And there are monsters hideous creatures that can possess the weak and pursue those who might be a threat to themMeloy has worked as a psychiatric nurse and this section grounded in the world of the housing estate with his hero Phil Travena dealing with suicidal and homicidal clients a weaselly new boss brought in to tighten the ship drunks and a growing sense that these monsters may not be hallucinations sets the action in both a very real and very creepy world Once we are part of the pitched battle between good and evil things take on the predictable cast that such battles usually entail But Meloy continues to create inventive situations engaging characters and grand set pieces His monsters are spectacular creations that wear their debt to Lovecraft lightly The talking animals are a problem but that could be my inherent resistance to talking animals Much of the plot involves the impending birth of Chloe a child whose existence is crucial to victory over the dark forces In one of Meloy s most successful narrative devices we get to know Chloe as an adult character stranded in a dangerous world as she waits to be born There are also a man and his son who start as characters in a children s book who become major players in the battleAt times I felt that Meloy s story needed a larger canvas that he provides but when I weighed that against his ability to wrap things up as uickly as he did I decided he made the right choice He ties things up well That illogical zombie scene from the first pages even makes sense by the time the story is over And although he doesn t end with cliffhangers Meloy could easily return to this world for further novels

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I received an electronic copy of this book in exchange for an honest reviewUnfortunately this book was a bit of a disappointment for me Read the blurb It sounds great right And you just know that things are going to get a bit crazy But it just didn t live up to what I had built it up to be in my headThis is Trevana s story After several patients under his care commit suicide Phil Trevana is under review and given a vacation from his work Before another one patient takes his life he tells Trevana to seek out answers from a man named Daniel When their paths finally cross the two join forces to save the Night clockThis book had me hooked for the first third of it I was really interested in what was going on in this small town and I was extremely curious as to what was causing all these travesties But as soon as Phil met Daniel I just started losing interest fast For a book that is potentially using Trevana as a main character we really don t see all that much from him There is a lot going on in his head in the beginning Regrets from his life marital issues as a divorcee Yet his character never grows Even in the end there isn t really any resolution or much to say that his life is changed for the better in any sort of wayMost of the story is told from other various points of view They weren t all that entertaining for me and I struggled a bit to finish this book Even the action seuences weren t much to go on about I found myself uite confused as to what was going on in the middle It came together for the most part but I was constantly asking uestions as to what the hell is going on here which you d think would be a good thing and keep you intrigued but I just wasn t invested in the story enough to care So instead I just grew frustratedI was also frustrated because I felt like there was so much potential hereMaybe the story didn t interest me but the writing itself from Meloy was really powerful and distinctive You can tell from his words that this guy is intelligent and what he writes is certainly thought provoking Even the mundane One of my favorite uotes had nothing to do with the story itself but was clever Once Rob had been the owner of a fistful of keys the like of which any man should possess house keys front and back garage key car keys suitcase key gun cabinet key shed key a whole bunch of small metal emblems giving access to things and spaces owned collected and valued The depletion of his key ring was still a tart reminder to Rob as to how far he had fallen every time he reached into his pocket and let himself into his grotty flat All in all I probably wouldn t recommend this book That being said checking out of Paul Meloy s other works might be a step in the right direction Internet and the Law our preconceptions about creativity and mental illness presenting us with a novel like no 30 Days of Prayer for the Persecuted Church otherDrawn together Trevena and Daniel embark Bye Bye Big Bang Hello Reality on an extraordinary journey The Awakening of Celeste (Anam Céile Chronicles, #1.25) of discovery encountering The Firmament Surgeons in the Dark Time the flux above Conchita Cintrón BiteSize Biography #9 our reality Whoever controls Dark Time controls the minds Muzzling My New Pup of humanity The Firmament Surgeons aware The Collection (Hino Horror) of the approach Snatched of limitless hostility and darkness are gathered to bring an end to the war with the Autoscopes before they tear The Fragility of Goodness: Luck and Ethics in Greek Tragedy and Philosophy our reality apa. 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The Night Clock Summary ↠ 108 Summary Ü eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Paul Meloy Paul Meloy ✓ 8 Summary An incredible debut novel that will move and terrify you as reality itself is threatened by a world just beyond our ownAnd still the Night Clock ticksPhil Trevena's patients are dying and he needs answers One of the disturbed men in his care tells him that he needs to find Daniel that Daniel will be able to explain what is happening But who is Daniel Daniel was lost once broken by the same force that has turned its hatred on Trevena His destiny is greater than he could ever imagine Draw. Rating 355This review can also be found at my book blog Dana and the BooksFrom the moment I first read the description I had such high hopes for The Night Clock It sounded like a crazy novel with a cerebral and intense plotAfter several of Phil Trevana s patients die he is informed by an insane man that he needs to seek out Daniel to find the answers Drawn together Trevena and Daniel embark on an extraordinary journey of discovery encountering The Firmament Surgeons in the Dark Time the flux above our reality Whoever controls Dark Time controls the minds of humanity The Firmament Surgeons aware of the approach of limitless hostility and darkness are gathered to bring an end to the war with the Autoscopes before they tear our reality apart GoodreadscomThat sounds awesome right It was a fantastic idea however the novel kept switching between so many characters with so many flashbacks I felt like this was Trevana s journey his discovery his character arc yet he appeared so little within the narrativeNo one was leading the story so it was hard to form attachments to any of the characters or plot lines due to the overwhelming amount and the number of new ones kept who got introduced so late into the story The amount of characters to keep track of flashbacks to experience made it difficult to fully immerse myself into Meloy s worldHowever despite the overload of characters and their POVs The Night Clock was wonderfully written Meloy composes his sentences smoothly and with ease but I believe he needed to refine his plot threads to really showcase his talent hereEverything came together nicely at the conclusion so I finished this book on a satisfying noteI received an advance reading copy from NetGalley for an honest review