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Goblins by Charles L. Grant
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Sep 10, 11

bookshelves: fiction, own, supernatural-interests, x-files
Recommended for: fans of TV show X-Files and those interested in fictional paranormal investigation
Read from August 07 to September 10, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Strong 3½ or 4 stars.

I know I've probably read this book before in Finnish, years ago. If you've enjoyed the X-Files tv-show, then you're bound to enjoy this book as well; it reads like the show.

Mulder and Scully (and their "babysitters") get to solve a case with strange murders. "Hands coming out of trees and walls" seems like the only clue, although the statements are not entirely credible. This ought to, and does, capture Mulder's attention, and leads him and his fellow agents down yet another perilous path of ill-kept secrets.

All in all, the book progresses nicely, even if the end seems to come a little abruptly. Not my favorite in the series of books, but definitely worth the read for anyone who enjoys the show!

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