The Skeleton Maker
By E. T. Brother
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Published: Aug. 02, 2012
Words: 24,910 (approximate)
Jake Fuller is back for part 2 of the series. The Skeleton Maker. Jake is the one they call The Skeleton Man, he is on the loose, and the town of Evilville is in trouble.
Jake Fuller is back for part 2 of the series. The Skeleton Maker
I am on the job, ready to battle and defeat The Lunatic whenever it returns, no need to thank me, Im just doing my job. I am ready, I have made new plans, new preparations, I know what I have to do, I am ready for The Lunatic this time. I know The Lunatic looks human, it is not, trust me it is a monster, but it doesn`t fool me. The Lunatic does fool most people, but I know what to look for, it is a good thing Im here to protect you. Your hero, Jake Fuller
Jake see himself as a hero, he is not, he is a monster. I know, I have seen into his mind, and it is not a pretty sight. The voices, screams, and evil laughs in there, are enough to drive you over the edge, to drive you nuts. Of course, we wont tell Jake that, or we might end up in The Skeleton Maker ourselves.
Jake is the one they call The Skeleton Man, he is on the loose, and the town of Evilville is in trouble.
, serial killer
, skeleton man
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on Sep. 16, 2012 :
The entire series is extremely repetitive, I got to the point where I knew what was going to come next for a vast portion of the story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)