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When Carlos' parents died he thought things couldn't get any worse, but then he found himself at the Embry Estate Orphanage. Three years later he narrowly escapes, finding himself lost at sea. When he finally awakens, he realizes that he's landed ashore a strange island, and stumbles across a massive castle in the middle of it. Things begin to get strange when he comes to When Carlos' parents died he thought things couldn't get any worse, but then he found himself at the Embry Estate Orphanage. Three years later he narrowly escapes, finding himself lost at sea. When he finally awakens, he realizes that he's landed ashore a strange island, and stumbles across a massive castle in the middle of it. Things begin to get strange when he comes to realize that there are nothing but children, with a single adult they refer to as Father, watching over them. Very quickly he realizes that things are not just lazy days in the sun and endless feasts. There is something sinister hiding in the forest beyond the castle, something that stalks the night, a mass of black fur and teeth. Carlos befriends a young girl named Isabella, and they band together to find out the truth behind the isle, and the monster that hunts the woods after dark.


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When Carlos' parents died he thought things couldn't get any worse, but then he found himself at the Embry Estate Orphanage. Three years later he narrowly escapes, finding himself lost at sea. When he finally awakens, he realizes that he's landed ashore a strange island, and stumbles across a massive castle in the middle of it. Things begin to get strange when he comes to When Carlos' parents died he thought things couldn't get any worse, but then he found himself at the Embry Estate Orphanage. Three years later he narrowly escapes, finding himself lost at sea. When he finally awakens, he realizes that he's landed ashore a strange island, and stumbles across a massive castle in the middle of it. Things begin to get strange when he comes to realize that there are nothing but children, with a single adult they refer to as Father, watching over them. Very quickly he realizes that things are not just lazy days in the sun and endless feasts. There is something sinister hiding in the forest beyond the castle, something that stalks the night, a mass of black fur and teeth. Carlos befriends a young girl named Isabella, and they band together to find out the truth behind the isle, and the monster that hunts the woods after dark.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Donald Morrison

    Written in the vein of Guillermo Del Toro, this dark fairytale fantasy forces us to come face to face with some of our childhood fears. Carlos is a loner who never seemed to excell at making friends, and one day is forced to escape the cruelty of the orphanage he is living in. He finds a boat and makes his way out to see where he succumbs to hunger and the elements. When he wakes up he finds himself on a strange island with a massive castle in the middle of it. This is when things take a turn fo Written in the vein of Guillermo Del Toro, this dark fairytale fantasy forces us to come face to face with some of our childhood fears. Carlos is a loner who never seemed to excell at making friends, and one day is forced to escape the cruelty of the orphanage he is living in. He finds a boat and makes his way out to see where he succumbs to hunger and the elements. When he wakes up he finds himself on a strange island with a massive castle in the middle of it. This is when things take a turn for the worse. The isle is inhabited by children, with only one adult figure they all refer to as Father. There is also something sinister hunting the woods, a monster that Father warns him about. Carlos is about to find out how much closer the monster is than he thought. There is suspense, heavy moments of drama and a tingle of horror lacing the edges of this creepy ride. But don't take my word for it, read for yourself.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Thompson

    Very reminiscent of a Guillermo Del Toro style story, complete with a daring escape from an orphanage, to a creepy mansion on an island, to a monster that stalks the woods. What a ride!

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