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Mae Clark is a ten-year-old girl with abusive parents and an imaginary friend named Breuer. Breuer has ideas to help Mae, ideas that aren’t very nice. Breuer isn't as imaginary as Mae thinks. More
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About Jeff Vrolyks

Jeff Vrolyks lives with his supple wife of 7 years Christy in Simi Valley, California. He is a new writer, in that he recently discovered a passion for writing and hasn't stopped since. He was in the Air Force for a four year stint (cargo aircraft crew-chief), worked in the beer beverage industry, automotive industry, and in the oil fields on drilling rigs. His turn on’s include rain-forest thunderstorms, rainy sunsets at the beach, and glowing reviews from you. His turn off’s include driving in Los Angeles, working-out in an over-crowded gym with fat hairy people in spandex, and receiving scathing reviews from people intolerant of foul language and violence.
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Nora Lee reviewed on on Dec. 30, 2014

This is a complex story of an emotionally disturbed young girl and her companion no one else can see or hear. I almost put it down several times but felt compelled to finish it to learn the ending. It's weird but interesting. I'd tag it as a mix of fantasy and horror. As the story progressed more characters entered and the whole mood of the book changed. Finally, at the very end it all came together. The editing is weak. Very different. I'd like to give it a 3.5 but will go with a 4.0.
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bhuey reviewed on on April 29, 2014

This is a great book that had me hooked!
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Ginnen Tonix reviewed on on Dec. 28, 2012

I couldn't put this book down. The ending felt rushed, but other than that it was pretty well written. I'd love to read more from this author.
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Gordon Howard reviewed on on Nov. 13, 2012

An interesting story line. The problematic life that Maeve has experienced along with the mysterious Breuer captures ones attention right from the start of the book. The characters are well developed but I found the editing problems (e.g. misuse of correct pronouns, missing words, etc.) to be extremely distracting. At one point in the book there are several references to the “blacksmith” replacing the lock on the door. Usually I can ignore these types of issues in books but in this case there were far to many to ignore.
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Katelyn Martin reviewed on on Sep. 11, 2012

Amazing! I honestly can't believe it was free. It was very well written and the plot kept you sucked in. LOVED the ending when you finally really find out about Breuer! I could not put this book down!!!
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Vanessa reviewed on on Aug. 13, 2012

Very good. Really gripping.
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Ardy reviewed on on July 9, 2012

Just finished the book. Interesting ending. Would have liked a little more insight into what Breuer was up to during his absence, but considering all that went on in that time and the still ambiguous nature of the character, maybe it's best we never find out...
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Clare Kent reviewed on on July 8, 2012

Totally engrossed, I could not put this book down, read in just a few nail biting hours. Thank you!
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Ardy reviewed on on July 1, 2012

I am only half way through this book but I had to write a review. I am completely hooked. This is a very good story, disturbing and funny at the same time. I will probably write another review as soon as I am finished, but so far I haven't been able to stop reading this engrossing tale.
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