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on Nov. 10, 2012 :
A decent enough short story, reasonably well told, although probably better suited to younger readers because as an out-and-out horror story I wouldn't say it delivers the necessary scares, twists or suspense that an adult reader might be looking for.
A note to the author - the younger brother is called Carl throughout the story, except for one instance when he's suddenly named Josh - a mistake, presumably?
(review of free book)