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Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Night Children Escape from Furnace 0. It is December and Europe is still gripped by war. In the densely forested mountains of Belgium one of the conflicts most brutal battles is raging.

Cut off from the front, a ragtag group of young British and American soldiers finds itself being hunted by a patrol of elite German Special Forces, including a newly commissioned officer called Kreuz—a teenage boy who will grow up to become Warden Cross the fearsome prison director who will one day rule Furnace Penitentiary, the terrifying underground prison specially built for teen offenders. As both sides fight for their lives in the unforgiving terrain, however, they start to realize that there are worse things hiding in the snow than soldiers.

Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , 98 pages. More Details Original Title. Escape from Furnace 0. Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about The Night Children , please sign up. I haven't read this series yet and I just picked up Lockdown from the library I see it was published 2 years after the 1st book, so I'm just curious, thanks!

Olivia I've read this series books and have yet to read this book. It has not affected my understanding of the other books, but honestly, I'm sad the …more I've read this series books and have yet to read this book.

It has not affected my understanding of the other books, but honestly, I'm sad the series is over, and I'm glad to have discovered this extra book. Alexander Gordon Smith is an amazing other, and while the read may not be vital to your understanding of the other books, it most certainly will be a great read. See 1 question about The Night Children…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters.

Sort order. I am at a bit of a loss as to how to review this novella, and at 64 pages I would call this a novella not a short story. Tor shorts are a great way to get a taste of a writer's style and see if it's flavour matches our desires. Smith did exceptionally well here I will definitely be checking out his Escape from Furnace series in the future. However, there was more to this one than most He had always thought hell would be hot.

But here they were, right inside the mouth of it, and it was freezing his body seemed to grow heavier with each step, the adrenaline ebbing from his blood and the cold creeping there in it's place until he felt like he was man carved from ice and snow Set in WWII, we travel with a band of unlikely allies through a forest alive with the children of the damned - interpret that as you will, I will elaborate no further.

All I will say is that this is a damn creative bent on the repercussions of war on the world This was a wonderful addition to my spooktober list! View 1 comment. This is one of the best tor shorts Ive read. Jul 07, Marsella Macabre rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Amazing, gives you a great background if you haven't started the Escape From Furnace series yet. Like in the series, you feel as if you're really there, during the war. Oct 09, Maria rated it liked it.

I'm often reluctant to read anything WWII-related. Especially so when it comes to foreign authors. I realize also that have no moral ground to stand here since I've been consciously and unconsciously avoiding any information or opinions on WWII that came my way, but, you know, it's kind of hard to cut it off completely considering where I live and when. I mean, it's everywhere: from election propaganda to the 9th of May celebrations Anyway, what I want to talk about is not some highly disputable issue.

No, what I want to talk about is an attitude. It reads like a fairy-tale. And how could it not with lines like these: The forest was gripped by a profound, deafening silence—as if it were holding its breath, as if it were watching them go. How old is it here? Donnie wondered.

How many centuries have these trees stood sentinel? He had never in his life felt so insubstantial, so fleeting, as here among these voiceless methuselahs, this ancient and unforgiving place. It would swallow them all whole as punishment for their trespass, without making a single sound And a fairy-tale it is half the time I imagined hobbits instead of soldiers treading through the silent forest , but the premise is all wrong. In the face of the very real horrors of war, his imaginary monsters seem weak..

And linking these monsters to Nazis Isn't the most terrifying thing about Hitler that he was not Satan incarnate, but a man, just like everybody else? The lunatic moon grinned down at them. And it was all he could do not to scream. I picked this up because I was curious about the wheezers and warden Cross. The story centers corporal Donnie Brixton and his men as they attempt to locate a missing squad. On their search they come across Joan Forbes, a British flight sergeant, who "The forest watched them walk.

On their search they come across Joan Forbes, a British flight sergeant, who warns Donnie that they should search no further and return the way they came. No good horror story ever came to life by listening to reason, so Donnie continues his search. And guess what? They encounter what appears to be pre-wheezers and their experiments. I expected something else. I wanted an explanation about the gas masked faces and the evil that lies behind their bearers. I did not get that. Just a little information about Cross that didn't say much at all.

Oct 10, Ted Lantvit rated it really liked it. Response: This book is really good! If you have read the Escape from Furnace series, then you would like this book. This book explains Warden Crosss story the prison director who rules the Furnace Penitentiary. I liked this book because it is very detailed on the events that takes place and explains how the Warden Cross became the head of the Furnace Penitentiary.

Plot: This book takes place during the Nazi invasion. There are 4 rogue men who are all on different sides of the war who teamed up Response: This book is really good! There are 4 rogue men who are all on different sides of the war who teamed up together to fight these strange creatures of the night. The men are all alone in the woods where the strange beasts live.

The men are scared out of their minds because the beasts are picking them off one by one until there were only two left. The two men quickly realized that if they want to survive, the will have to start killing the beasts.

One of the men named Kreuz had a bag full of explosives powerful enough to blow up a full camp of soldiers. The men knew the beasts were coming for them, so they had to act quickly before they get attacked.

They rigged the bag to a body of one of their friends hoping the beasts will take the bait. Everything was going to plan until the fuse came undone and the trap did not do off. Kreuz had an idea.

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I am not much of a horror reader, but this read more has been on the edge of everything I've read for a while. Dec 18, Jez rated it liked it Shelves: ownedyoung-adultsci-fidystopianhorrorebookfiction, series. You have to admire Kwan's character's night and mettle here. Just as good as the other books that he has written though it's not much of a prequel, just a children that includes the Wheezers

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For many childrren it also made financial sense to let children—particularly boys—work selling newspapers or making deliveries at night. The dark and gritty side air L. This book, bag, novella, is set in Belgium in World War 2, a group of American servicemen are sent out to discover what happened to a prior team of men.

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