J lives along with the other Alphabet Boys in a tower in the woods. He stays hidden away from the world by the Parenthood, including D.A.D. and the Inspectors. The boys are not being raised like regular kids.
I wasn’t sure what to expect out of this book. Looking at the title, I was expecting a Hallmark movie plot. While there is sufficient drama to satisfy any soap opera enthusiast, it is all integral to the story and to the mystery (and not annoying for us non-soap opera enthusiasts). It’s a thriller, it’s a drama, and it’s a great gothic story.
Louis Sedah is also known as the “Angel of Death.” He is a serial killer/arsonist/seriously bad dude. One day he walks into a small church, confesses to the congregation, and is arrested, ending a six-month rampage of destruction and death. However, the confession is not due to a desire to repent….
This is one of the best anthologies I have read in a long time. Co-edited by Stephen King and Bev Vincent (both of whom have stories included), we take a trip through the not-so-friendly skies and are reminded just how vulnerable we are riding in a tin can at 20,000+ feet. The book includes murders, gremlins, zombies, dead bodies and missiles, all of which are in the air with you, whether you are flying in a new jumbo jet, or a World War II era prop plane. Recline your seats and hold on, this ride is about to get bumpy!
“Hanna knew nothing was wrong with her. But Mommy wanted them to look. Again.”