I'll Be Damned

I ll Be Damned Summer suburban American the early s It s Joe Henry s ninth birthday It s the day he gets a bike It s the day his older bed bound brother hurls himself through his bedroom window shortly after

  • Title: I'll Be Damned
  • Author: Andrew Hannon
  • ISBN: 9781310458170
  • Page: 165
  • Format: ebook
  • Summer, suburban American, the early 1970s It s Joe Henry s ninth birthday It s the day he gets a bike It s the day his older, bed bound brother hurls himself through his bedroom window, shortly after having attacked and paralyzed a priest.And so begins Joe Henry s deviation from what should have been a normal childhood into an epic journey which will take him to some vSummer, suburban American, the early 1970s It s Joe Henry s ninth birthday It s the day he gets a bike It s the day his older, bed bound brother hurls himself through his bedroom window, shortly after having attacked and paralyzed a priest.And so begins Joe Henry s deviation from what should have been a normal childhood into an epic journey which will take him to some very dark places, in our world and beyond.A unique take on the terrifying horror genre of demonic possession from Andrew Hannon, the international bestselling editor of the 13Horror anthology series.Enjoy Part One.

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    1. Ok, first point! If you are going to release your book in parts, then actually state that. This book is PART ONE of a story, I didn't know that because it hadn't said it was until the very end!I actually stumbled across this book searching my own name on iBooks. No im not self obsessed, I was just checking if my story was on there yet.Anyway, it had a pretty cool cover and the blurb sounded ok.Well, the story. I don't want to give any spoilers away, although nothing really happened so it would b [...]

    2. Easily the best start to a book I have read in a long, long time. The opening paragraph made me sit up and take notice and then the rest of it I dunno it kind of FLIRTS with you! It alludes to a possession and then backs away alludes to it again, then backs away again and it keeps doing that, like a rising tide, until you finally get to it.Can't wait for the next part to come out. Fantastic writing, really in depth characterization it puts you there, which is scary because of what happens.

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