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The narrative alternates between Lisa, Craig, Maggie, Rafael, and Iggy. We gradually learn that Lisa belongs to a non-human (but humanoid in appearance) all-female group called the Grey, and has been released into a not-very-nice part of Los Angeles on a mission to find a group of marks (the other characters) and bring them to a rendezvous point at a certain date. If she succeeds, she will become a Mother and gain power in the Grey; if she fails, she will...she doesn’t know, but it won’t be good. She also doesn’t know what will happen to her marks if she succeeds, but she suspects that won’t be good, either.
Despite being victims, both of life and of Lisa’s schemes, the other characters are more fascinating than sympathetic. In fact, the entire book is essentially a study in autism, depression, and mental illness, as all the characters feel unable to connect to anyone around them, and suffer from visions and confusion. The “horror” of the book is more about disengagement from society, and even from reality, than it is about more traditional monsters, but is all the more horrific for that.
The alternating narrative viewpoints builds and builds the tension, as we learn more and more about the characters and their interlocking lives, even as no one, not even the orchestrators of the event, knows how things are going to end. I didn’t exactly “like” the characters, but I desperately wanted to know what was going to happen to them, and I flew through the book, even though horror is not normally a genre I enjoy. As it’s only about 230 pages, it was a very quick read, and I definitely recommend it to anyone looking for some gripping psychological horror that’s not too long.-Amazon Reviewer
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Nothing sparks beauty or magic deep in our souls quite like falling completely and blissfully in love.
It is in love and believing in one another
That absolutely anything can be made possible.
True love is hard to find
But it’s worth the wait
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#Selfie von letztens ^-^ Aber es passt gerade super, weil wir jetzt endlich "The Evil Within 2" weiterzocken. 🎮 Btw; Morgen kommt um 21 Uhr mein allererstes #LetsPlay auf YouTube online! :D Der Plan ist es, erstmal jeden 2. Tag eins hochzuladen, werde euch aber nochmal genau Bescheid geben, wie das genau abläuft. c:
Was macht ihr so? ♡
little glimpse into my new journal to see a project I'm working on for my lovely bestie, @butternut_gouache 🌟
yes the majority of our cosplans are matching haha. there's so many little details to focus on in this version, definitely going to be trying some new things for this. next page is just my to-do list for Rey this week and soon to have my swatches. gonna start doing this each time I start a new cosplay to keep myself more on track.
I keep joking about how my #vacationhangover and has not passed yet! I’m forgetting things, not sleeping well, dropping the ball on things that usually come so easy to me. I think I lost my super Mom cape! It took everything in me today to get to the gym and go to my mat #pilates class. I finished the class and holy cow do I feel better! Mind is clear, body feels great and I think my cape grew back a little! Thanks @jb_pilatesmama for another fantastic class!! #momoffour#nerdygirl#pilatesbody#selfcare