Rabid Growth

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Leisure Books, 2005 - Fiction - 323 pages
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Chris Corin is noticing some pretty extreme changes in his circle of friends and in the people of his town, who have started stalking him, threatening him, and blaming him for bizarre changes--both emotional and physical--they've noticed in themselves. Is Chris the cause? Original.

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At first, I was really disappointed with this book because it turns out that it is the sequel to _Possessions_. No where on the book's cover, or inside flaps is this pivotal fact mentioned. I had to look it up online to figure out why something felt missing... And since the ending of _Possessions_ is definitively given away in this sequel, I am not really in any rush to go back and read it. Maybe someday...
That aside, I did enjoy this book quite a bit. The narration was refreshing and the characters were likable. The end also seems pretty open-ended, so I will keep an eye out for a third book in this series. There were a lot of gaps in the plot, but it didn't bother me too much, since this book was mostly all about excitement.
 

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Change of plans. Have to read its prequel first. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2005)

James A. Moore is a Stoker Award-nominated author of over twenty novels, including tie-in work for Buffy the Vampire Slayer. James has written extensively for White Wolf Publishing in the World of Darkness setting. James lives in Atlanta, GA.

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