Publish date: July 1st 2008
Publisher: Cemetery Dance Publications
Pages no: 165
Edition language: English
Series: Cemetery Dance Novella Series (#19)
We are all afraid of something: heights, spiders, strangers, ourselves... I think for most people fear comes from experience, real life levels of aversion therapy. But some, some seem to be born afraid of their own shadow; it is as if there hasn't been a single safe place for them since they left th...
This was a really great novella from Norman Prentiss with a lot of heart and depth of character. Invisible Fences are meant to protect. For animals, they can keep them contained and safe from harm. For siblings, Nathan and Pam, they came in the form of life lessons from mom and dad. Sometimes, howev...
It's taken me a while to write this review because it's not clear to me how to do it without spoiling everything. Since I don't want to do that, I will be brief. A coming of age tale, (sort of), involving young Nathan, his sister Pam, the baby sister they both lost, and their parents, (each dealin...
Four and a half stars.This is one of those stories that transcends genre. While there is plenty of suspense and a touch of the supernatural, this is more of a character study of a family. It is beautifully structured to involve the reader and its novella length is perfect. Chalk down Norman Prentiss...
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