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While camping, Jim hears the howling of coyotes. The howling changes into chanting and Jim goes to investigate. Jim stumbles across an ancient ritual taking place. Jim tries to hide, but a creature sees him. No human has ever seen the ritual and the creature wants him dead. Jim gets away, but the creature starts to haunt him at home. Audrey and her family were attacked by this creature while hiking in Utah. Audrey is the only survivor but is held captive in a world of darkness and glass. Jim rescues Audrey but she is linked to the creature. Jim must find a way to break the link and banish the creature from our world. An ancient man starts appearing in Jim’s dreams. Jim starts to learn more about the creature and how to banish him. But only Jim’s death can set Audrey free in Coyote by Charles Combee.
Coyote is a spine-tingling story. Charles Combee revealed the secrets one by one to keep the reader engaged in the magical mystery. The details and description were terrifying, especially with the supernatural creature. Some plot twists were unexpected, and I did not see them coming. The story has plenty of suspense and surprises. It was hard to put it down as each page pulled me deeper and deeper into the plot. It is fast-paced and full of action, and there is never a dull moment. The characters are well-developed with distinct traits to their personalities. Coyote is excellently written with much attention to detail. Charles manages to take you on a bumpy ride and keep you hooked till the very end.