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  1. Tyler, Bode and Kinsey's father is a school counsellor and one day two former pupils stage a home invasion in which their father is killed. Their mother kills one of the boys and the other goes to jail. They move to Lovecraft where the father's family mansion is. Here at the mansion they begin to repar themselves. Kinsey dabbles with her identity, Tyler comes to terms with letting his family down in their time of need, their mother struggles with alcohol and little Bode discovers that if he leave the house by a certain door his soul leaves his body while it drops dead to the floor. From th
  2. I am reading this book just now in bed and I am coming to the end so I'll be able to post properly about it tomorrow but just wanted to say that it is so heavy that I have spent the last week or so in agony trying to read it in bed. I can't read sitting up so lie on my side and hold the book. This book has absolutely crippled my shoulder joints and I spend the days feeling like I have been lifting weights. I can't wait to finish it. Great read though!
  3. Horns has recently been made into a film starring Daniel Radcliffe in the main role I believe. I can see why it would make a good film, it's a good read. Ig is rich, son of a musician, brother to a TV star and he has a girlfriend that he adores, Merrin. He befriends an odd boy at school and the three of them, over summer, forge a bond. Merrin is later killed and Ig is believed by all to be the culprit. Then one day Ig grows horns and with them the ability to hear what people are really saying. Their thoughts. Their truths. So he decides to use his new power to find out who killed his belov
  4. Attracted by the razor blades and butterflies on the cover, I decided to give this horror debut a shot. Judas Coyne (pun intended) is a aging rock star who has a taste for the occult. When his PA tells him that there is a ghost for sale on an auction site, he has to bid. What he buys is the dead man's suit and with it possession of the old man's ghost. But as soon as it arrives in a heart-shaped box, Jude knows that there is something badly wrong with his purchase. Initially the image of the old man (Craddock) sitting in Jude's hall with a Fedora on his head is incredibly creepy. Jude and
  5. I wondered how many books Joe Hill will have to write before people stop mentioning that he is Stephen King's son. And I have just done it again. The Cape is a comic based on his short story. As a boy Eric plays with a cape and one day a terrible accident occurs that changes his life. As an adult he is a waster; no job, no money, no hope. But he still has that cape and one night he pulls it over himself and drifts off to sleep...only to find himself having drifted towards the ceiling. What does a person do when they suddenly have a super-power? Do they become the people's hero - flyi
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