Nightmare Child None

  • Title: Nightmare Child
  • Author: Daniel Ransom
  • ISBN: 9780312923013
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-08-13T20:30:17+00:00

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    1. Daniel Ransom says:

      Daniel Ransom Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Nightmare Child book, this is one of the most wanted Daniel Ransom author readers around the world.

    2 thoughts on “Nightmare Child

    1. Maybe it doesn't take much to impress me, but this book was pretty damn awesome. It was short but I felt like all the bases were covered. The characters were likeable, it was intense, and the ending was perfect. I really had no idea what was going on til the end and even then I found the ending surprising. I don't want to give away what Nightmare Child means but it definitely goes beyond a child's revenge for being murdered by her own sister. Pick this up! You won't regret it!

    2. This was the kind of book I used to read as a child and I loved it! An old school, scary book with a good ending. It was a quick read and well worth the time.

    3. Nightmare Child was a surprisingly good little suspense/horror read. I was fully expecting to loathe Jeff and Mindy, but there was something humanizing about them, murderers or no. I generally don't like books with an unlikable cast. Cujo comes to kind, in this regard. I hated every character but the dog, and was thrilled when I finally finished, glad to never have to read another word about that pack of jackasses ever again. Now, don't get me wrong, the McCay's are not Good People, but they're [...]

    4. Good book, but really generic and very short, hard to really get into. I've read a lot of books extremely similar to it, it's superficially appealing but doesn't have a lot in substance.

    5. This was a good one. Nice fast read that took a direction I wasn't fully expecting. Having now read two books by 'Daniel Ransom' (this one and Daddy's Little Girl) I'm hooked. His horror titles are now a must have for my bookshelf.

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