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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. With nothing but the clothes on his back-and something horrific snapping at his heels-Jack Winter fled his rural Georgia home when he was still just a boy.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Watching the world he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview mirror.

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About Ania Ahlborn: Born in Ciechanow Poland, Ania has always been drawn to the darker, mysterious, and sometimes .

About Ania Ahlborn: Born in Ciechanow Poland, Ania has always been drawn to the darker, mysterious, and sometimes morbid sides of life. Some titles have been optioned for film. Hailing from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Ania currently lives in Greenville, South Carolina.

Born in Ciechanów, Poland, Ania Ahlborn is also the author of the horror thrillers Seed and The Neighbors

Ryan Adler and his twin sister, Jane, spent their happiest childhood days at their parents’ mountain Colorado cabin-until divorce tore their family apart. Now, with the house about to be sold, the Adler twins gather with their closest friends for one last snowboarding-filled holiday. Born in Ciechanów, Poland, Ania Ahlborn is also the author of the horror thrillers Seed and The Neighbors. She earned a bachelor's degree in English from the University of New Mexico, and enjoys gourmet cooking, baking, drawing, traveling, and watching movies, and exploring the darkest depths of the human (and sometimes inhuman) condition.

Ryan Adler and his twin sister, Jane, spent their happiest childhood days at their parents’ mountain Colorado cabin-until divorce tore their family apart.

Город: South CarolinaПодписчиков: 5 ты. себе: Deep South aficionado.

In a town as small as Live Oak, a place like this was the electric heartbeat of insomnia, the midnight pulse of those too tired to deal with their problems without Jack Daniels there to listen. felt his skin crawl as he sat in the gravel parking lot, considering whether he really wanted to go inside. Going inside meant he’d need an excuse for calling Reagan out, and having a reason either meant telling the truth or lying to his best friend.

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With nothing but the clothes on his back—and something horrific snapping at his heels—Jack Winter fled his rural Georgia home when he was still just a boy. Watching the world he knew vanish in a trucker’s rearview mirror, he thought he was leaving an unspeakable nightmare behind forever. But years later, the bright new future he’s built suddenly turns pitch black, as something fiendishly familiar looms dead ahead.

When Jack, his wife Aimee, and their two small children survive a violent car crash, it seems like a miracle. But Jack knows what he saw on the road that night, and it wasn’t divine intervention. The profound evil from his past won’t let them die…at least not quickly. It’s back, and it’s hungry; ready to make Jack pay for running, to work its malignant magic on his angelic youngest daughter, and to whisper a chilling promise: I’ve always been here, and I’ll never leave.

Country comfort is no match for spine-tingling Southern gothic suspense in Ania Ahlborn’s tale of an ordinary man with a demon on his back. Seed plants its page-turning terror deep in your soul, and lets it grow wild.


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Mmsa
After fleeing his childhood home at a young age because of horrific events that took place there, Jack has grown up and is happily married with two daughters. He’s sure he’s left his past behind, and the unknown entity that haunted him as a child is gone…until the day he realizes his daughter can see the entity, too. Jack quickly realizes that whatever it is that’s been haunting him isn’t gone, and wont rest until his life is torn apart.

This was the first book I’d read by Ania Ahlborn, and after hearing Sam at Clues and Reviews rave about her books, I decided to pick this one up, and I’m so glad I did! I loved this one so much! I wasn’t sure going into it if it was going to be more of a thriller or horror novel, and it was a great mix of both. There are definitely supernatural elements in the book with the suspense and high tension that a thriller provides, and I loved every minute of it!

Seed is short, and I flew through it in a few hours. I was utterly gripped and creeped out at the same time! I love when a book can scare me (or at the vert least, put me on edge) and this one did the trick. It read like a scary movie, and I’d love to see this on screen! I don’t want to say too much about the book, because I think it’s best if you just dive right in, but I will say that I’m obsessed with books that deal with possession, demons, or hauntings, and this one definitely fit the bill.

I also LOVED the ending of the book, and I wish there was a sequel! I really enjoyed slowly learning about Jack’s past and uncovering where everything started and then tying that together with the events happening in the present day.

Overall, a great read for fans of horror novels, and an excellent first Ania Ahlborn book for me to start with! I can’t wait to read more of her work!
Kata
"Everyone, it seemed, whether a hardened criminal or a father of two, wanted to find some semblance of peace before exhaling a final breath."

For months, I had been recommended Ania Ahlborn books. I didn't know who she was or what she wrote about, but her covers caught my eye. Hearing good reviews from friends of mine did as well. So I decided I should give her work a chance.

I am so happy I did.

I haven't read any other books by Ania, but I fully plan to. For me, this book was like a breath of fresh air. It felt original. It felt dark. The atmosphere in this story is gorgeous. Being southern myself, I felt at home. I related to it quite a bit in certain areas where she mentioned nuances that any southern bred person knows about. The book felt like home, and as a personal preference, I enjoyed that part quite bit.

The characters are believable and real. She managed to do something a lot of writers in the horror genre tend to forget: she gave me characters that I was rooting for. I had a family, one that felt real and happy, and she made me feel for them. She gave me just enough to fall in love with them and want them to survive. Jack, Aimee, Charlie, Abbie, and even Nubs, I rooted for.

I'm giving this book 4 stars with the only reason being that in some places, the story fell short. I would expect something was going to happen, the writing would urge me on, and then nothing. It would just 'be'. So it felt like a let down at times, but not enough to ruin my overall love for this book.

And the ending? The ending solidified this being a book I'll reread somewhere down the road. The ending was almost enough for me to rate it 5 stars. That's just how good it was too me.

This is definitely a must buy for people who love the horror genre for more than just blood, guts, and Gore. It's scary and creepy without needing those things to be. Definitely will be reading more of her books.
Swift Summer
This book was original in concept, truly interesting and I was in deep fairly soon after beginning it. The strange and dark tale is gripping and the characters are fully drawn. The story itself is haunting during and well after reading. I am still shaken by the tale of Jack, Aimee, Abigail and little Charlotte (Charlie, please!), the four who comprise the Winter family.

This is not a tale for the faint of heart. However, it is a tale for fans of dark, twisted evil. The only reason I could not give five stars is there is a plot hole, in my view, so I adjusted my rating accordingly. Maybe others will disagree. The only way to find out is to read it. I think any fan if horror will be pleased they did. I am.
Anayajurus
I've been meaning to write a review for this for some time, but better late than never, as they say.

I love horror! I've watched a lot of horror movies and read a lot of horror stories over the years, ever since I was a young child. As such, it takes a lot to impress me. That said, it's not unusual for me to be reading two or three books at a time, reading a little here, a little there. This book had me from start to finish, and I was so impressed, it actually made me contact the author to let her know (something I'm very rarely moved to do). The end was stunning, and not something I expected. I became a fan for life on the spot.

I have told everyone I know about this book, and even strangers if a conversation brings up that they like horror. Read this, you will not be disappointed!
ZEr0
I purchased this book when it popped up on my Kindle home page as a special. The synopsis sounded intriguing, so I took the chance. The story immediately sucked me in. It was like watching a scary movie through clenched fingers. I kept saying Noooooo, don't do that. Don't go in there! Say something! The characters were believable as a young family, struggling month to month like most of us. Not being one for scary movies, I was surprised at how much I liked this book. Well worth the read!!!
Seed download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Ania Ahlborn
ISBN: 1612183662
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: 47North (July 17, 2012)
Pages: 250 pages