Bug House

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
No one can predict how much of your mind comes back after a delirium bomb attack. How much memory, how much sanity. All Wren can do is lie in bed and hope.
But there's something strange in the hospital, creeping around the edge of her unreliable senses. With the help of a mysterious janitor, Wren has to face giant insects and the treachery of her own mind.

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About Amy Parker

Amy Parker is the author of several short stories including The Creative Process, Bug House and The Hundredth Year of the War. Her work can be found on Smashwords and Amazon.com.

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Guillemette Allard-Bares reviewed on Jan. 18, 2015

A well-written and compelling story, playing very insightfully on the blur between what's real and unreal. The character of Wren is very relatable despite the limited and ambiguous information about her, and her interactions with the other main character are intriguing and believable. This is a story that taunts and thrills its reader, leaving us with many questions…
(reviewed 46 days after purchase)
termiNATEr reviewed on June 12, 2013

Very well written, the unknown seems to be the biggest character as you don't know exactly what is what.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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