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The Pale Man: The Fragment Trilogy Part Three


The Pale Man: The Fragment Trilogy Part Three

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    Bekki Pate(Author)
"I kept my eyes on the pale man as he sat motionless, his face contorted into a sickly smile. Although he made no sound, I heard his voice then, raspy and old. A simple phrase, yet terrifying. You're not good enough."Almost six years have passed since the demon Freya was exorcised from Jenny's body, and the events of that day have almost been forgotten. Almost. One who cannot forget everything he the lost that day is Nick, who still misses the woman he loves. But the sudden disappearance of Marissa and sightings of a strange man dressed in black prompt Nick and the others into action. The trilogy comes to its climactic end in this final installment. Remember - beware the pale man; he is always watching you.
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  • PDF | 377 pages
  • Bekki Pate(Author)
  • Independently published (8 Feb. 2017)
  • English
  • 3
  • Romance
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  • By Lucy Onions on 3 January 2017

    The Pale Man is the final book of The Fragment Trilogy by local, horror author, Bekki Pate.I was eager to read the book as I'd thoroughly enjoyed the first two. The series does come "to its climactic end" in the pages of this last instalment.Although it's taken me over two months to read it (this is in no way a reflection of the plot, more so that life has been absolutely crazy!), I really have enjoyed it.The Pale Man is fast paced and as each chapter ended, I couldn't help but to start the next almost immediately.I do have a couple of minor criticisms, and they're purely constructive. Firstly, I think tenses got confused a little, an issue that Bekki and I have already talked about. I know, from experience, that it's a mine field at times. Secondly, there are a number of typos that litter the pages of this book. That being said, these issues do not impact on the story itself.I hope I'm not giving away too much but you really do need to read on past the Epilogue. There's a little extra content which was originally included in the first draft(s) of the book. Bekki took the decision to omit this part from the final, published draft. It really is a great addition to the book and personally, I think it would have been perfectly at home in its rightful place but at the same time, I appreciate why it was cut from the main body of the story.If you love horror, gore (lots of gore!), action, romance, suspense and bloody good twists, you must read all of the books in The Fragment Trilogy.

  • By Guest on 17 January 2017

    I have just finished reading The Pale Man - the final instalment in the Fragment Trilogy by Bekki Pate. Without giving too much away the first two books follow directly on from each other and the final part is set some years later. The story contains elements of supernatural and horror but I'd much more than that. The main characters are people you genuinely care about, that you really want to overcome the odds that are stacked against them. There are some typos and tense confusions but these do not detract from the enjoyment of reading the story.I like the way the chapters are assigned to different characters so you get many points of view throughout the story. I also love that you get dropped right in to a frightening world and have to piece together what goes on alongside the characters. It's a fast paced, and, often unrelentingly, grim narrative but the bright spots make it worth it. The end is satisfying, if not entirely what I personally wanted. I would love to hear more from the world.

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