Doll Baby

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Norm Peters is looking for love on the Internet. He had better be careful, though, because the online world, like the physical one, has an abundance of shadowed paths. And down one such path lurks a shapeshifting monster that calls itself Doll Baby.
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About James Hampton

James Hampton is a writer primarily of science fiction and fantasy stories, although he enjoys writing, and reading, in a wide variety of genres.

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Kelvin L. Reed reviewed on on June 9, 2014

Horror isn't my usual reading fare, so I can’t say why I chose to read James Hampton's novella "Doll Baby." However, I’m very glad I did. The tale of a lonely male nobody, a man-harvesting monster whose Internet screen name is Doll Baby, and the police officer tracking her is quite entertaining. The finale featuring the three main characters is riveting. Highly recommended.
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vivascarlett reviewed on on Jan. 29, 2014

A very enjoyable story that I almost stopped reading after the first 20%, mainly because I have alot of stories and books to read at the moment. But the story gradually got better and better until I ended up liking it alot.
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Tim Reynolds reviewed on on Jan. 4, 2013

This was a fun story, very creative and well thought out. It is surprisingly focused for a large short story/novelette, which makes it a quicker read than its size would suggest. The characters were well defined, if not entirely deep. The villain especially - much like the story, she grows increasingly entertaining as time goes on.

While not a weighty story (it's actually quite silly at times, but a fun silly), the constant presence of social anomie turns what would otherwise be a villain's throwaway MO into a consistent theme

Well edited, too.
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