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Like the woods. You could walk in the woods and know where you were, first a
little way away from the house, then more, finally, anywhere. The woods in the
rain, in the snow, the woods even when you were hungry, they couldn't hurt you
The only really bad thing that ever happened to George in the woods was when
he was five and he heard voices and crawled up a ridge and looked down and
saw a guy giving it to a girl. It was not the first time he had seen it but this was ...
He said to her about the third time he saw her that it was close to twelve miles by
road from Aunt Mary's around to her pa's place, but did she know it was not more
than a mile and a half through the woods. She thought about it and gave him a ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Gregorio_Roth - LibraryThing
Disturbing psychology of what makes a vampire a vampire. The novel presents as a case file of Dr. Philip Outerbridge. Dr Philip is terrified by the case of George and hopes to present his findings to ... Read full review
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Thoroughly engrossing and disturbing, this story is partly a third-person narrative written about himself by an Army psychiatric patient who attacked an officer, and partly a series of letters ... Read full review