The Imaginings

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"Never disregard your imaginings." Three years after his brother’s death, David Blithe is being pursued by the same supernatural being that drove his brother to suicide. When he collapses in the Montana cabin of Dr. Robert Marrick and his family, David must decide whether or not to surrender his soul to save the life of Dr. Marrick’s teenage daughter, Jeannie. More
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About Paul D. Dail

Paul Dail is the author of The Imaginings, a supernatural/horror novel, as well as numerous other short stories. Writing has always been his passion, and while he will quickly tell you that the people he has met in the many places that he has traveled have been the best schooling he could get, Paul received his formal education in English with a Creative Writing emphasis at the University of Montana, Missoula. He has had a non-fiction submission published in The Sun magazine’s Reader’s Write section entitled, “Slowing Down.”

Currently Paul lives in southern Utah, amid the red rock, sagebrush and pinion junipers, with his wife and kids. He teaches Language Arts and Creative Writing at Tuacahn High School for the Performing Arts.

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Lynda Parker reviewed on June 9, 2013

I am totally enjoying this book; and have done since I picked it up on my iPod as a gift from Paul - the author - he's awesome!

This book threw me right in the middle of the action, confusing me, making me watch in absolute horror as a character - who I thought was going to be a main character - died! Oh... My... God! This is so very, very cool. This also made me want to keep reading more.

However I'm a slow reader, and love to savour my books, so I'm only up to page 200 so far... and it's getting to be a great read. I love the description of everything, of how the characters see things, the sounds of everything around them, the storms, the horror, the brilliance of how Paul uses his words.

I have been this scared since SK's 'Christine'... my first horror book; and you know? I like it! :D
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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