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Norman Prentiss

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Average rating: 3.77 · 5,045 ratings · 848 reviews · 56 distinct worksSimilar authors
Odd Adventures with your Ot...

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Invisible Fences

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The Fleshless Man

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Life in a Haunted House

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Quiet House A Halloween Sho...

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The Book of Baby Names

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Odd Adventures with your Other Father by Norman Prentiss
"An excellent read! Surprising in many ways, as well as poignant and really well written. My second book by this author and I’ll continue to seek him out. The story took twists and turns that I couldn’t expect, included some horror and fantasy, and..." Read more of this review »
Odd Adventures with your Other Father by Norman Prentiss
"I have never read anything like this. In fact, I had to go and search for a word to best describe this story, because I had nothing in my vocabulary. And the best I could come up with is FANTASTICAL.

This book by Norman Prentiss mixes genres – it i..." Read more of this review »
The Halloween Children by Brian James Freeman
" "If my jokes had anything to do with what happened to our family that Halloween, I’m really sorry. I wish I could take it all back."

When you behave as if your children are idiots, when you don't respect their individuality and try to appear smar..." Read more of this review »
Odd Adventures with your Other Father by Norman Prentiss
"Great turn on the supernatural

I love the stories told in this book, and that there were others mentioned but left to your imagination. I love the family dynamic and I love the potential for a reunion. I just really love this book, like a book of..." Read more of this review »
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Awash in Talent
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This book grabbed me from its opening lines with the compelling voice of the initial narrator. Then, as the story progressed and I learned more about the novel's world, I got even more drawn in. It's a smart and original fantasy about people with spe ...more
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“Maybe it wasn’t the strokes that killed Dad. He just ran out of places to put his stuff. ”
Norman Prentiss, Invisible Fences

“The word addict scares adults, because it’s all about loss of control—our fears that we’d drink or gamble or screw against logic, throw money we don’t have into greedily programmed machines or wake up late mornings with a monstrous hangover and an even more monstrous bedroom companion. Kids don’t fear addiction (they don’t have much control over anything to begin with). Better for them to visualize some tangible bogeyman, like the monster under the bed or evil trolls who live beneath storybook bridges. ”
Norman Prentiss, Invisible Fences

“We all want magic of some kind. And”
Norman Prentiss, Life in a Haunted House

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