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Blood Born by Joshua Grover-David Patterson
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May 31, 2011

really liked it
Read on May 31, 2011

You know the story you’re reading is going to be good with an opener like this: “This is the night I’ll finally kill my baby.” I read that line and was hooked; my curiosity peaked and I put down everything else and read this short story, and I’m so glad I did. Patterson has a way with words. This is the third work of his that I’ve read, and I’m absolutely in love with his writing style and imaginative storylines. He’s written about zombies in his novel Mercy, fairytale characters in his hilarious short story Fairy Godmother-In-Law, and now vampires in his psychological novelette Baby Teeth. What I really enjoy the most is that Patterson creates completely original pieces, and he’s not set in just one genre, like many authors out there. Instead, Patterson is able to write about many different topics and still create an air of awe in the reader, for which I am grateful!

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40.0% "You know it's going to be good when it starts with"
40.0% "You know its going to be good when it starts with "I'm going to kill my baby.""

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