Journalist Catherine Cobb is caught up in something so much more than she expected when she goes to a little Texas town. Investigating Aryan groups, she quickly realizes that there is something more dangerous than the racists she is there to interview.
A sporadic rash of sudden violence quickly erupts into something more wide spread and she tries to simply get out with her life. Things get so much worse as she stumbles headlong into a plot involving government agents, a dark occult practitioner, and forces that threaten the world at large.
Catherine quickly learns that no one is safe, nor can anyone be completely trusted.
The thing about starting a new book, especially going into one cold, you’re really not sure what to expect. Coming out of the gate with issues like Neo-Nazi’s and racism might put one on guard when digging into a new read but it pays off. Instead it drives you into the real meat of the story. There is plenty of action and occult shenanigans to whet the appetite as Joyce spares no details on his characters and the mechanisms of what drives the evil in Tongues. The story keeps you moving forward and you’re never quite sure when the next turn will come or where you will end up. A fun and dark read.
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