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Old 02-01-2019, 07:38 PM   #1
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I am not sure if I posted this before but "The Troop" by Nick Cutter was amazing. I read it for Stephen King recommended it. I am rather numb to horror but this book really got under my skin. Super horrifying. Bloody disgusting too but that made it fun. Not for the sensitive reader.
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I am not sure if I posted this before but "The Troop" by Nick Cutter was amazing. I read it for Stephen King recommended it. I am rather numb to horror but this book really got under my skin. Super horrifying. Bloody disgusting too but that made it fun. Not for the sensitive reader.
I have this on my TBR, so will likely get to it soon. Glad to hear that it's a good read.
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I have this on my TBR, so will likely get to it soon. Glad to hear that it's a good read.

It really gets under your skin. Literally.

Not your typical horror. Kinda Science has gone really really wrong.
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