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Children of No One - Nicole Cushing
Children of No One
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3.53 85
Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781937771812
Publisher: DarkFuse
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
5.0 Children of No One by Nicole Cushing
When this arrived in my email from the Darkfuse Kindle Club, I was excited because I loved the cover. Then I thought I would just crack it open and read the first few sentences. Yeah, right-an hour or so later, I was done! This was a dark tale set in Nowhere, Indiana. A rich, twisted man (Mr. McPh...
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews
Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews rated it
4.0 Children of No One
The only other work that I have read by this author is Cushings' "The Truth, as Told by a Bottle of Liquid Morphine" which was a painfully realistic story about flawed yet completely believable characters. I really enjoyed that story and was surprised at how different this novella was.This novel is...
Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it
4.0 Children of No One
Laird Barrony sort of thing that was pretty good. Nice, as in thoughtful, poignant, and somewhat enigmatic, ending. Not sure what the word count criteria for a novella is but I finished this in like 30 minutes and it seemed more like a short story. Good nonetheless, but I did pay $2.99 for what p...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it
4.0 Children of No One
What is art without an audience – nothing? Or is nothingness the objective? Welcome to Nowhere, Indiana. A demented artist creates a deadly labyrinth of darkness where he imprisions children all in the name of his “art”. A rich and eccentric art connoisseur wants desperately to be the first one to s...
darkfictionreviews
darkfictionreviews rated it
4.0 Children of No One
Children of No One is a great piece of weird literature. The problem for me, however, is that I felt that there should have been more, that this story could have been expanded upon a bit more. More importantly, I would have liked to have known the characters more.But that's a really bitchy thing to ...
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