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Old 10-20-2010, 12:11 AM   #11
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I really enjoyed the book... it was good fun and well written... I didn't expect one of the "good guys" to die at the end... that was a bit strange.

BOb
Yes, that caught me by surprise too, and I read that part several times to be sure I had read it correctly.

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Overall I thought it was a good story, but didn't frighten me, as I'd like horror novels to do.
It didn't frighten me either, not really, but the concept was chilling. It reminded me of Stephen King kind of stories-- they're not always truly frightening, but the concept behind it is.
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