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Ursula K Raphael (AstraDaemon)
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The only reason I bothered to write a review is to show authors what not to do: don't choose an overdone theme and promote it this way.
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The squirrels were my favorite characters, but, unfortunately, they reminded me of the Christmas Critters episode of South Park.
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The mystery of a strange visitor, the torment of one man's sanity and the mind-numbing conclusion...all part of the surreal horror which first enticed me into this genre.
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Very little is revealed about Melissa and her relationships, or non-relationships, with other people, making it difficult to feel anything for the character in any way.
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Even knowing the atrocity carried out prior to his arrival in Hell, it's surprisingly easy to feel sympathy for the man who remains nameless and almost cheer for him at times.
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The story appeared to be predictable -- I even had flash to the 1985 film, Cat's Eye, but the author took this tale of suspense and twisted Tommy's life into something very supernatural.
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Africar by Martin Price is kind of like a steampunk version of the Langoliers.
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Where The Monsters Live by Duncan Ralston touches on a deeply disturbing subject, but does not use the violation of children as a plot device. There are no graphic details.
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There is no joy to be found in these pages, only action and death...but the battle scenes are amazing.
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