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The Sweet Sister

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An ancient evil has returned out of the mists of time, and Peggy Carson must risk everything to protect her best friend, Derek. Peggy is smart, funny, geeky... and plain. And Derek has no clue how much she loves him.

Derek has discovered a series of old diaries, each written by the same young woman, and each spaced several decades apart--a period spanning centuries. He thin
Published August 10th 2016
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I don't usually delve very deeply into the horror genre, but ever since I read Mr. Belt's Children of Lilith trilogy, I've been a fan of his work. And he's truly outdone himself with The Sweet Sister.

Peggy Carson has been in love with her best friend Derek for years. She's tried repeatedly to get him to see her as something more than a friend, but in Derek's eyes, she remains firmly in the friendzone. So when Derek starts obsessing over a collection of old diaries that he swears were written by
Sep 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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I do not like graphic violence or sexual scenes, which is why I usually avoid dark fantasy. But when C. David Belt described this book as LDS horror, I was immediately intrigued. HOW do those two things go together? I had to read The Sweet Sister, but because I'm sensitive to graphic violence, I was sure I wouldn't last long.
Chapter one was shocking, but the author gives just enough details to make me understand the horrific scenes and makes them feel real, but backs off just before I've had to
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C. David Belt was born in the wilds of Evanston, WY. As a child, he lived and traveled extensively around the Far East. In Thailand, he once fed so many bananas to a monkey, the poor monkey swore off bananas for life. He served as an Latter-day Saint missionary in South Korea and southern California (Korean-speaking), and yes, he loves kimchi. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BS i ...more