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by Nicole Cushing
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Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 7 years ago
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 7 years ago
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 8 years ago
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 8 years ago
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 8 years ago
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 ...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it 8 years ago
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. McPhers...
meltem
meltem rated it 8 years ago
review to come
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 8 years ago
This book was simply ok to me. I think with the premise I expected this book to be creepier than it truly was. Plus, I thought it came off more as a "dystopian" or sci-fi than horror. Furthermore, I couldn't connect to any of the characters...it simply just flowed to me, but couldn't get me excited.
Reading a Thousand Lives
Reading a Thousand Lives rated it 8 years ago
This isn't really what I expected. I expected it to focus much more on the labyrinth and the children--instead we get some sort of short story about two crazy dudes trying to get the title of King Crazy. I don't know, it was just so meh. There was a lot of potential here, so much to see with the chi...
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