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  • Kindle Edition
  • 147 pages
  • Homecoming (Finn McCoy, #1)
  • Scott Langrel
  • English
  • 11 May 2016

10 thoughts on “Homecoming (Finn McCoy, #1)

  1. Bookmom Bookmom says:

    Finn McCoy is a handler apparently meaning that he handles demons and the fey keeping humans who don’t know these threats exist safe from the monsters People are disappearing from Shallow Springs the small town McCoy grew up in and the sheriff grudgingly calls McCoy asking him to come back and helpParanormal thriller Yes It can also be described as horror as the Sluagh are nasty Fey creatures who want to take out the entire town and they are definitely not something you’d want to run intoI have to say that I was pleasantly surprised with how well this self published book was written especially in comparison to all other self published books I’ve read There is a very well rounded professional feel to itThe story flows well describing the various settings the people involved their thoughts fears and actions with both good world and character building I had to go back and look to see if credit is being given to an editor as it felt very much like I was reading a book that came out of a publishing house I really like the major characters and the fact that they are far from perfect Finn our main hero is capable and determined but in his forties his body is obviously not as agile and pain free as it used to be And his girlfriend Amanda has a vested interest in his safety and is than willing and able to get in the middle of the action She’s also smart and able to offer up observations and suggestions that McCoy in the middle of the “picture” can’t always seeI picked up this book when it was offered for free and I’m glad I did I’ll definitely be reading the next book in the series

  2. Biana Biana says:

    IMO the best part about this book was that the main character wasn't some 20 something perfect rock star No smoldering eyes No rock hard abs No lustrous hair waving in the breeze He was just a dude A dude with skills and an aging truck And oddly enough I enjoyed the adventureThis is book one in a series I knew that going into the book When I reached the last page the mystery was concluded And yet there was information to be found I was want to continue I like being able to walk away if I so desire And I like that I'm gently lulled to continue reading Nicely doneThe writing style was good a man of skill The story was different enough to keep me feeling like I hadn't seen or read this 10 times already And the characters were great

  3. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    A 35 star readThis was a surprisingly fabulous read that I picked up as a freebie from Kindle Australia Extremely well written with a pacing style that kept you glued to the story and the pages turning uickly The characters were wonderfully lifelike no escaping with barely a scratch for Finn and the plot varied enough from the norm to make for a fresh interesting readI love that Finn is a little long in the tooth wise and intelligent in the ways of handling the paranormal but crusty and despairing of his rapidly aging bodyWith enough creepy and crawly monsters to fill a well forest the novel has peaked my interest considerably to read on and discover what happens next in the series

  4. Michele bookloverforever Michele bookloverforever says:

    frightening what goes bump in the night

  5. ivy cook ivy cook says:

    This is a great readI didn't have much hope for this book but glad I have it a whirl It was very enjoyable entertaining and fast paced The characters were written well and have so much potential to become great The story catches your attention and you end up looking forward to This was a pleasure to read Give it a try

  6. Leelee Leelee says:

    Fairies Demons and magic Oh myThis book definitely had some slow parts and I almost abandoned it a couple of times But I'm glad I stuck with it there were a couple of surprises in the end Overall a good read

  7. Kim Kim says:

    I'd probably give this a 35 if we could do half stars I really enjoyed the story and the character There were some places where I felt like the characters were a little cliched but the action of the story pulled me right past that I'll be reading of these

  8. Raymond P. Raymond P. says:

    Fairies demons magic missing kids murdered adults crooked Sheriffwhat's not to like about it The chemistry between Finn and Amanda was great John Talbot well didn't see that coming I think i'm going to enjoy the series

  9. Khanh Khanh says:

    I loved this book than I expected Fast pace maybe not as creepy but there were demons mystery and a little bit of magic Oh and I loved the romance between Finn and Amanda Definitely planning on reading the rest of the series

  10. linda archer linda archer says:

    Just my sort of bookEnjoyed reading this so much I couldn't put it down Would recommend it to anyone who loves phantacy and paranormal books

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Homecoming (Finn McCoy, #1)❰EPUB❯ ✼ Homecoming (Finn McCoy, #1) Author Scott Langrel – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Finn McCoy is a paranormal handler He handles things that ordinary paranormal investigators can't or won't and he often ends up cleaning up behind themFor fifteen years McCoy has turned his back on hi Finn McCoy is a paranormal handler He handles things that ordinary paranormal investigators can't or won't and he often ends up cleaning up behind themFor fifteen years McCoy has turned his back on his hometown of Shallow Springs Virginia and the dark secrets the town harbors But now an evil unstoppable force has been unleashed on the unsuspecting residents of the town and McCoy finds himself the only thing standing between the town and total destruction.

About the Author: Scott Langrel

I was born and raised in Big Stone Gap Virginia a town nestled in the mountains of Appalachia Which by the way is pronounced apple atcha not a puh lay shua My favorite TV shows as a kid were Kolchak The Night Stalker and Night Gallery with Rod Serling I was also drawn to books with larger than life heroes such as Doc Savage and Robert E Howards Solomon Kane I was and still am.