Author; William W. Johnstone
Publication Date: 9/1/86 Reissue: 9/13/16
A hideous jack-in-the-box.
And the most evil little girl in print.
William Johnstone brings them all together in a gory, chilling, and very scary roller coaster ride of a book. The horror starts slowly as you realize that something is terribly wrong with young Nora. This beautiful young child is warped and wrong – and her family will pay the price.
The book is extremely violent. I should also warn you that there’s one scene involving Nora that is truly awful – it definitely breaks some taboos. But this is an excellent piece of horror fiction that will keep you reading breathlessly to the end. Just don’t expect to get any sleep that night.
I’m extremely happy that the publishers are reissuing these old horror novels. Old as they may be, they stand up against today’s modern horror wonderfully – in most case surpassing them.
And excellent (and scary) read.
· ARC Provided by Net Galley