An interesting tale of demonic possession. A quick read - which I was happy about, because at times the narrative reads quite literary, to the tune of Margaret Atwood, which isn't usually my thing. However, not a bad read overall.
An outstanding short story that I stumbled across in my pursuit of all things horror via this great article:
It is really good. Solid build upon character development, delicious foreshadowing, and ominous predictions. As I always say, the less you know about the premise the better when it comes to horror. Just enjoy!
(And PS I will not be surprised if/when this is used as source material for a movie or Netflix show!)
Tremendous read, notable for the understated way in which the narrator comes to terms with what's happening to her. She's aware but still helpless. There are quite a few quietly chilling scenes that will give you pause.
This would make an excellent movie.
This is, in general, about what?
The only thing scary in this book - its cover.
The rest - everything already was read before.
And proofreading of the text is very weak. But this is
lack of the publisher.
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