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Posted January 18, 2012
Ghoul, by Brian Keene: I first read Ghoul when it first came out under the Leisure Books imprint and I recently re-read it to refresh my memory for the soon to come out movie based on the book. IO have bene a loyal Keene reader since his first book, The Rising, which I purchased at a HorrorFind Weekend directly from Brian. Ghoul, in my opinion, is his best book. In the past, Brian was an expert at making the reader know the lead character, who was developed in the book. Brian has gotten away from that in his latest books but the skill is still evident in his writing. I will not go into detail on the “three kids, coming of age, with a Ghoul thrown in the mix.” This book is highly recommended, FIVE STARS!
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Posted May 10, 2012
Posted March 2, 2012
This is, in my opinion, brian keene's best book. Ive been an avid fan of keene since i first read the rising, and have read many of his books and short stories, (A gathering of crows, Jacks magic beans, I am an exit). But this book has by far the best story, characters, and antagonists in all his work. I highly reccomend this, and all of brian keenes novels.
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Posted June 26, 2012
Posted October 11, 2012
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