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Twenty-three-year-old Freya Flynn is a girl with a troubled past. She also has a strange hobby – at night, when the city sleeps, she likes to walk. Bad things happen at night. Bad people come out at night. And those bad people had better pray that they don’t run into Freya Flynn, because Freya is on a mission to punish the wicked…. Freya’s past is about to catch up with Twenty-three-year-old Freya Flynn is a girl with a troubled past. She also has a strange hobby – at night, when the city sleeps, she likes to walk. Bad things happen at night. Bad people come out at night. And those bad people had better pray that they don’t run into Freya Flynn, because Freya is on a mission to punish the wicked…. Freya’s past is about to catch up with her, in the form of a threatening letter from persons unknown. This person knows all about her past and what she does on her night walks. This person is also making sick and twisted demands of her, and if she doesn’t complete the disturbing tasks that they have set, then someone close to her will die. Who is the mysterious letter-writer, and how far will Freya go to protect the people she has come to care about? This is extreme horror, please proceed with caution.


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Twenty-three-year-old Freya Flynn is a girl with a troubled past. She also has a strange hobby – at night, when the city sleeps, she likes to walk. Bad things happen at night. Bad people come out at night. And those bad people had better pray that they don’t run into Freya Flynn, because Freya is on a mission to punish the wicked…. Freya’s past is about to catch up with Twenty-three-year-old Freya Flynn is a girl with a troubled past. She also has a strange hobby – at night, when the city sleeps, she likes to walk. Bad things happen at night. Bad people come out at night. And those bad people had better pray that they don’t run into Freya Flynn, because Freya is on a mission to punish the wicked…. Freya’s past is about to catch up with her, in the form of a threatening letter from persons unknown. This person knows all about her past and what she does on her night walks. This person is also making sick and twisted demands of her, and if she doesn’t complete the disturbing tasks that they have set, then someone close to her will die. Who is the mysterious letter-writer, and how far will Freya go to protect the people she has come to care about? This is extreme horror, please proceed with caution.

30 review for At Night: An Extreme Horror Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mylene

    A hard core chick So Freya is no victim. Sam West takes the time to humanize her so the reader can understand her reasoning and motivation. So that, ultimately, the reader can like her and justify her evil deeds. As a woman, I loved the story (as I do most of everything West writes) but I had to ask myself how a man felt reading this story: Did he sympathize like I did with Freya or did he sympathize with her victims? Did he understand why those men deserved it just as much as Freya’s attacker? W A hard core chick So Freya is no victim. Sam West takes the time to humanize her so the reader can understand her reasoning and motivation. So that, ultimately, the reader can like her and justify her evil deeds. As a woman, I loved the story (as I do most of everything West writes) but I had to ask myself how a man felt reading this story: Did he sympathize like I did with Freya or did he sympathize with her victims? Did he understand why those men deserved it just as much as Freya’s attacker? What about the final act of revenge? Did Freya deserve what came to her? Did it justify who she really believed she had become? So many questions!!! At the end of the day, if you are thirsting for a bad ass chick revenge tale, pick this one up.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Kaniasty

    The read was awesome but the ending was a little disappointing. Ended a little too quick. I could see this turning into a large novel. I loved the characters and all they gave to the story. It was creepy, gory, and triumphant.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ❤ArtfullySinful❤

    I am the bogeyman. I don’t exist. As a twenty three years old, Freya Flynn should of been living the carefree life of any other young woman, but instead found herself locked inside a cage, banging her head against the wall as she tried to save herself. Living proof of a horrific childhood in foster care, she was carelessly passed from abuser to abuser, never truly being safe no matter the families or caregivers she received. When she was only thirteen, she was raped for the first time and becam I am the bogeyman. I don’t exist. As a twenty three years old, Freya Flynn should of been living the carefree life of any other young woman, but instead found herself locked inside a cage, banging her head against the wall as she tried to save herself. Living proof of a horrific childhood in foster care, she was carelessly passed from abuser to abuser, never truly being safe no matter the families or caregivers she received. When she was only thirteen, she was raped for the first time and became the victim of the system. At eighteen, she was raped a second time and kidnapped, becoming a casualty of random chances. Snatched off the street on her stumble home from a night club while a freshman in college, she found herself eye to eye with a man with no true human heart within his chest. Dale Bentley was her abductor, and had been wrong in his adventures for past years. Chaining her to the floor in his basement, he subjected her to horrors, raping and defiling her, but never truly breaking the resilient spirit cast within. Two weeks into her month long potential capture, police arrived on scene and executed the man and setting her free. Now as she finds herself isolated and wary of human touches and intricate emotions, she found herself finally letting people in. “.... But you have to remember, we are so much more than a product of our childhood. We can’t let the past define who we are now.” Opening herself up to strangers never came easily for the young woman, yet she feels her icy resolve melting as her coworkers began u leashing something she never understood. Horrified to find herself wanting to make friends following her regal composure to remain isolated, she felt a companionship towards Lucy. As the nights waned closer, she turned towards being a saving grace to other woman by brutally attacking their soon to be rapists, before fleeing into the shadows again. With the introduction of Jim, a delivery man to the company she works for, she sees a future blooming with him, before the letters started appearing. Baiting her, taunting her, forcing her hand to save her friends she’s making. With a drunken encounter that lead it Lucy kissing her, Lucy vanished without a trace that night and as she tried to figure out what was going wrong she found herself slipping into love. “... We all have darkness within us, Freya.” After taking up the offer of the frail, cancer surging older woman, Jean, from work, she agreed to dinner with the lonely widow against a all her better judgement. Seeing it as a promising movement towards her future, dinner seemed to be an exciting turn. As the two ladies toasted a bottle of wine, Freya found her head swimming before falling unconscious. Waking up horrified and confused, she saw Lucy’s amputated ankle served at the dinner table, with both Lucy and Jim tethered to chairs as well. Fighting against Jean, she sees it belongs to a man, the facade a lie the entire time. Shocked to see it as Shane Bentley, the father of her abductor, she sees her life crumbling. Watching him slit Jim’s throat, she sees herself cracking into something bulletproof. Stabbing him repeatedly, she scoops up the money beneath his mattress and takes off to become one with the shadows all over again. I am the bogeyman. I don’t exist.

  4. 5 out of 5

    candace gunn

    Good book This book was good, the story held.me the whole way until the end. I was expecting a decent fight for freedom but it's as if the author got bored and just cut straight to the chase, tiny bit of a let down. Good book This book was good, the story held.me the whole way until the end. I was expecting a decent fight for freedom but it's as if the author got bored and just cut straight to the chase, tiny bit of a let down.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Carolyne Lain

    Freya was in her element walking at night, exacting revenge for past abuses. She ruled the night - until she didn't. Another excellent read from Sam West and another marathon read for me. Freya was in her element walking at night, exacting revenge for past abuses. She ruled the night - until she didn't. Another excellent read from Sam West and another marathon read for me.

  6. 5 out of 5

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