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I tried twice to put this novel down, wanting to savor it since I was enjoying it so much. However, I couldn't help myself and I picked it up again to keep reading and more or less finished in one sitting. This novel was very well written, very well paced, and just when I thought I'd figured out where the story was going, it proved me wrong. Not much more you could ask from a book. There were times when the plot felt like an extra-long Twilight Zone episode, but there was enough suspense and horror to overcome that thought. Being a writer myself it was especially hard not to get caught up in the main character's issues since they were what faces pretty much any writer seeking success. Be careful what you wish for though...Also, I can’t for the life of me understand how the title relates…

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