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Brine

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Meet Elliot, respected Cape Cod painter. Unbeknownst to his admirers, Elliot's got some demons in his past. When he tries to paint them out of his system, his plan backfires. Now Elliot's got some demons in his present and future as well. Spawned by a power of both mind and matter, Elliot's demons are very real, very weird, and very, very angry. The people in Elliot's life...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Creative Guy Publishing (first published June 1st 2008)
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Patricia Esposito
Imagine your inner demons coming to life, the mysteries of the subconscious manifested outside your back door. It could be a little uncomfortable-- the troubling secrets, the dark doubts, the guilt and fear. How would they manifest themselves? Imagine them again. Imagine them a hundred times: no, the vision won't come close to the bizarre, strangely humorous, curiously seductive, wildly energetic nightmare that is Brine. Because Brine is the working of Adrienne Jones's imagination, and where she...more
Aurelio
Adrienne Jones is one of my favorite authors--she has a way of straddling several different genres without it feeling the least bit awkward or contrived. And she's funny. And clever. Her writing style is clean and direct.

I was hooked by the first part of Brine several years ago when it was published as a short story entitled, Temple of Cod. It became a fan favorite, so Jones recently expanded it into a three-part novel, and the result is a book you can't put down. It is horrifyingly funny, surr...more
Skyla
It's an Adrienne Jones novel. What more do I need to say?

And if that means nothing to you, get thee to the store and read her work, says I.
Samantha Davenport
Another fun read. Beach-heavy and set in Cape Cod so it is even seasonally appropriate. If you liked Duma Key you will like this one too.
Peter
It started off fun but got rather cliched once the body snatching started.
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