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Poor Things
     

Poor Things

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by Daniel Barnett
 
Summer crashes to an end on a winding road. Just like that, football superstar Joel Harper finds himself rolling his wheelchair into a new school in a strange town. Soon he's making friends of misfits, taking lessons in Iron Maiden, and trying to keep away from a ruthless bully with a penchant for switchblades. Little is he aware, something ancient and wounded has

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Summer crashes to an end on a winding road. Just like that, football superstar Joel Harper finds himself rolling his wheelchair into a new school in a strange town. Soon he's making friends of misfits, taking lessons in Iron Maiden, and trying to keep away from a ruthless bully with a penchant for switchblades. Little is he aware, something ancient and wounded has awoken deep beneath the tiny mountain community, and when it surfaces, all of Honaw will know its pain.

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Sarah Wathen
"Classic horror and true romance . . . Barnett's writing is pure poetry, and this one is his goriest, grittiest yet."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940157233952
Publisher:
Daniel Barnett
Publication date:
06/07/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
291
Sales rank:
22,521
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Daniel Barnett is a fresh arrival to the city of Portland, Oregon and a lover of stories--especially ones that involve things going bump in the night. He grew up on a healthy diet of Stephen King and went on to devour the stories of Clive Barker, Ramsey Campbell, Peter Straub, Joe Hill, Richard Matheson, and many others.

His work has appeared in Crowded Magazine, and his novels are available right here on Amazon. When he isn't reading or writing, he's discussing fiction with others. Whether they want to or not.

You can reach him and learn more about upcoming releases at his brand new and bare-boned website, danielbarnettfiction.com

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Poor Things 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 18 days ago
I have found a new favorite author. Hooked from page one, the story just keeps getting better and better right up to the end. Real horror, real young love and a great story overall .