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But, WHAM! What happened to five? So, I bought it, read it, and now I get to review it. Because apparently the review fairy is being kind this year and left me a blank space on her dance card. And also, somehow, no one else got to it before me. That book had a hook that hit me hard and deep. It was an easy setup to summarize, and so I told all my friends about it.
Lots of them read it. His teenage protagonist is as chilling as he is endearing. More John Wayne Cleaver, please. Help Centre. Track My Order. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Be the first to write a review.
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Description Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! Industry Reviews "An intense, riveting, gut-wrenching dive into the dark world of the demons within us.
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Mr. Monster (John Cleaver Books (Paperback))
Come on, get up. Sometimes I wished I just had an alarm clock. My mom and I lived above the mortuary in a quiet little neighborhood on the outskirts of Clayton. Technically we were across the municipal line, which put us in the county rather than the town, but the whole place was so small that nobody really noticed or cared where any of the lines were. Then last fall the Clayton Killer had shown up and given us plenty of business. Most of me thought it was sad that so many people had to die to keep our business solvent, but Mr.
Monster loved every minute of it. I was still a month shy of sixteen, so Conduct Disorder it was. I locked myself in the bathroom and stared in the mirror. It was encrusted with little notes and Post-its Mom left to remind us of important things—not daily things like appointments, but long-term words to live by. The largest was a note she had written specifically for me, compiling a list of rules written on lined pink notepaper and taped to the corner of the mirror.
Now Mom had taken it upon herself to enforce them. I read the list while I brushed my teeth:. When I think bad thoughts about someone, I will push the thoughts away and say something nice about that person. Obviously, the one about burning things had already been tossed out. It was a rule I had to break to have any hope of following the others.
I spat out the toothpaste, rinsed my mouth, and went to get dressed. I ate breakfast in the living room, watching the morning news while Mom hovered in the hall behind me as far as her curling iron could reach. There was nothing interesting on the news, either—no new deaths in town, at least, which was usually all I cared about. She hated talking about the demon, and almost never acknowledged it out loud. I was desperate to discuss it with someone, but the only person I could share it with refused to even think about it. Half the bad things I think about are caused by you breathing down my neck every second of the day.
I stepped back into the hallway, staring at her in frustration. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Tor Books, Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory PX. More information about this seller Contact this seller. Book Description Tor Books. Seller Inventory NEW Book Description Doherty, Author Signed Hardcover Book. Each dust jacket is protected in an acid-free archival quality acetate cover.
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