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Sibs

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  • Posted November 21, 2014

    Reviewing this book in terms of its fit in a mosaic of horror..

    I gave it 3 stars above simply because I was asked to review the book, and all I can do right now in that line is to tell you what it says it is, and why I decided to by it. First, the cover explains that this is a story of sisters, one of whom gets into a dark situation in a city. The other sister takes it upon herself to try and find her sister who may be in trouble and help her out. I BOUGHT the book because I'm putting together as complete a collection of F. Paul Wilson's books as I can, and because most of them tell stories that fit somewhere on his proposed Secret History of the World timeline of horrific societies, supernatural dark doings and other dastardly deeds. Sibs is one of the two novels in that sequence I did not already have, the other being the new, stated as final, Repairman Jack novel FEAR CITY. Sorry if this was unhelpful, but it's the best I can do right now.

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

    Excellent Read

    I found this novel to be darker (if you can believe that) than some of F Paul Wilson's "Adversary" cycle novels and bears a strong resemblance to "The Thing on the Doorstep" by H P Lovecraft. No surprise as Mr Wilson is a fan of Lovecraft. Overall, I really enjoyed this particular novel. In typical Wilson fashion, it was fast-paced, disturbing at a deep level, and well written.

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