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Mr. Hands - Gary A. Braunbeck
Mr. Hands
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The doll is odd, carved out of wood, with long arms and huge hands. Little Sarah named it Mr. Hands and loved the doll until the day she was murdered. Now her mother, Lucy, discovers something amazing about Sarah’s doll—it allows her to control another Mr. Hands. This Mr. Hands is a living,... show more
The doll is odd, carved out of wood, with long arms and huge hands. Little Sarah named it Mr. Hands and loved the doll until the day she was murdered. Now her mother, Lucy, discovers something amazing about Sarah’s doll—it allows her to control another Mr. Hands. This Mr. Hands is a living, terrifying being with horrendous power. At Lucy’s command he will do whatever she tells him—even kill. This is Lucy’s chance to see justice is done. She decides who will live and who will suffer a horrible death, and Mr. Hands carries out the sentences without mercy. But once Mr. Hands is unleashed, will anyone be able to stop him?
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780843956108 (0843956100)
Publisher: Leisure Books
Pages no: 354
Edition language: English
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Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it
4.5 Beware of Mr. Hands
Another outstanding offering by Braunbeck. He continues to write the most innovative horror in the longer form while avoiding almost all the usual horror tropes and never repeating himself. While not quite as good as Keepers or the magnificent In Silent Graves, he almost reaches them. With a plo...
runner
runner rated it
2.0 Mr. Hands
I can't bring myself to write a review on this...did not really enjoy..and not sure I got the Mr Hands thing...so didn't work for me..and that's all I want to say :((
Leah's Bookshelf
Leah's Bookshelf rated it
4.0 Mr. Hands by Gary A. Braunbeck
Rating: 4 of 5 Mr. Hands was my first experience with Braunbeck, and I wasn't disappointed. My favorite aspect was the old-fashioned feel of a mysterious stranger spinnin' his yarn around a fire (or, in this case, a bar) whilst the "normal" folks listen and figure out whether he's dangerous, in tr...
wbebout
wbebout rated it
3.0 Mr. Hands
Points started falling off toward the end. It started out strong then I felt like the author was at a loss as to how to end it or how to further develop it. I felt the ending was very weak.
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