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Twilight has come. Night will follow. 

It will begin in the heavens and end in the Earth.

But before that…the rules will be broken.

The Change is coming, and the world as we know it is ending. Sixteen-year-old Ellie has changed. She looks the same, but her mother detects someone else looking out through her blue eyes. Ellie builds a "shelter" in her room with an entrance that leads...elsewhere. 

And what of the convoy of tractor trailers Hari Tate watches drive up a mountain road and return without the trailers...leaving nothing on the mountain. What are they shipping? 

And the writer who finds a hole in the floor of his NYC apartment and tumbles through into...elsewhere. 

They will all find each other and find their answers in the electromagnetic pulses piercing the Earth from Out There, pulses that no one should hear, but some do. But they are not simply pulses. They are Signalz.

©2020 F. Paul Wilson (P)2020 David N. Wilson

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  • Tod M. Clark
  • 07-07-2020

The Adversary Cycle

F Paul Wilson does it again, this time with a prequel to NIGHTWORLD. I just finished SIGNALZ and I am ready to immediately revisit NIGHTWORLD. Excellent story and fantastic narration. This is a definite 5 Stars!

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  • Tony Waits
  • 17-11-2020

well do F. Paul Wilson

great job giving some insight to night world. Kozak did a great job as well.

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  • Richard S. Swol
  • 24-08-2020

Another addition to the Adversary Cycle series

This is an odd entry in the series. To be honest, it feels a little shoehorned in. We do fill in a couple tiny story gaps from the previous books and we meet some interesting characters. However, I am not sure if it was worth the time. I have not said that about any other of the series entries. Also, if you have not been reading the series, this would probably seem completely incoherent. I have been following it for decades and I was able to fit it in without too much difficulty. The most annoying part, to me, was the author's insistence for including himself in the action as a character... one P. Frank Winslow. While a far from idealized version of himself, this was a parody character and, in my opinion, did not add to the story in any great way. I don't begrudge the author writing himself in, only that it didn't add a great deal to the story. I would recommend this to completist readers of the Adversary Cycle books. Others might want to start elsewhere... I personally recommend The Tomb or The Keep.

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  • John Eric Ellison
  • 03-08-2020

A mouthful of crazy

Being an Adversary Cycle fan I was happy to have more of it to chew on. It was short, but you know that if you read the description. I can't say much more than that without "spoiling," so, if you're reading this and don't have the book "Nightworld" then prepare yourself to buy it.

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