Jack & Jill
Publisher: Elderlemon Press
Pages no: 97
Jack and Jill had a tough childhood. After Jack passed on, Jill fended for herself.Jill, married and with children of her own now, deals with the nightmares that plague and torment her. She's never been able to get over or deal with what happened to her.Her husband has tried to be supportive, but sh...
I had a little trouble getting past the dream sequences that were a little long and a bit tedious at the beginning of this story. But, once I made it through those, the story flowed fast and held my attention.Burke is a great storyteller and knows what information to give you and what to leave blowi...
I once believed that a good book had to be a long book. You know, over five hundred pages; up around there. This mindset came from a near-constant diet of King and McCammon, Straub and early Koontz. Then I stumbled upon the likes of Rick Hautala, Scott Nicholson, Jack Ketchum, and, most recently (la...
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