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A vampire story for adults (finally!)

User Review  - Dave Smith - Borders

I've got nothing against Stephanie Meyer, but this is what a good vampire story should be like. This novel is definately not for kids. The story moves along at a steady pace that keeps you wondering ... Read full review

Let me in

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Lindqvist's dark debut novel, originally published in Sweden in 2004, takes place in a 1980s Stockholm suburb. Twelve-year-old Oskar suffers beatings nearly every school day by a group of bullies who ... Read full review

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Simply Epic
This has to be one of the best horror novels that I've read. I've downloaded the book twice, Google books and kindle. The Google books app at the time was buggy. The author tells the story
from different perspectives (even that of a squirrel). The book is dark, gritty, but ultimately it has that light at the end of the tunnel. Please don't hesitate to buy this book, you won't regret it. 

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This novel is not for everyone- just skip it if you can't stand reading about child molestation, gore, and all things dark and gritty. This is definitely one of the darkest novels I've read. That being said, if you can get past all the darkness, this novel goes beyond your average gore-fest and probes some deeper themes...
http://megansreadingadventures.blogspot.com/2010/12/let-right-one-in-indeed.html
 

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Saw the movie first, decided to read the book as well. The movie did a pretty great job, only leaving out a few bits and pieces. Overall the book was fun, enjoyable and amusing. A few memorable lines I'll never forget. Good read.


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