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Mosquitoes - Marc R. Soto, Steven Porter
Mosquitoes
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David is a normal ten-year-old boy who lives in the bosom of a happy family in a quiet town by the marshes, until some mysterious nightly bites lead him to undergo changes. All of a sudden, he knows things he shouldn’t, horrible things: his father dreams of going to bed with the intern and the... show more
David is a normal ten-year-old boy who lives in the bosom of a happy family in a quiet town by the marshes, until some mysterious nightly bites lead him to undergo changes. All of a sudden, he knows things he shouldn’t, horrible things: his father dreams of going to bed with the intern and the husband of his teacher Mercedes is cheating on her. Mercedes is herself hiding a terrible secret from her past and is prepared to do something hideous to protect her future... And suddenly, along with awareness comes hunger. And thirst. An irresistible thirst...


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"Soto daringly offers his own vision of the vampire myth. And the results are magnificent."
- La Biblioteca del Kraken
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B009V2YGMQ
Pages no: 83
Edition language: English
Category:
Horror
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4.5 Mosquitoes by Marc R. Soto
This is a short story which I just learned was originally written in Spanish and translated. I would’ve never realized this because the translation was so smooth. Thinking on it, this story definitely has that slowly growing sense of dread, no child is safe, dream-like vibe down perfectly. If you’ve...
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5.0 Mosquitoes
This was recommended to me by several of my Goodreads friends and when I caught their reviews, I just had to check it out. Glad I did! Mosquitoes is a quick read and one hell of a great novella. There is a lot going on here in a short time, but the plot lines and characters don’t get muddled up and ...
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