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The Puppet Maker's Bones by Alisa Tangredi
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Dec 19, 13

it was amazing
Read in April, 2012

One of the most erudite, tension-packed, gut-wrenching stories I've read in a long time.

The emotional story is very real. It's about a man driven to madness by loneliness, until the only person he can relate to is a sociopath hell-bent on killing him for pleasure.

But if you think you're in for another sadistic serial-killer thriller, or another Stephen-King style horror story, or any of the Halloween franchise, you're in for either a treat or a disappointment. This book is not "inside the lines" in any way. Is methodically breaks every genre rule it approaches in a way that is refreshingly original, literate and dramatically well-structured.
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