Boo Hag

Boo Hag

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15,786 words (≈ about 1 hour)

October carries with it a chill that Benny Watt can't seem to shake. Ever since the Titantic sank, he's been burdened with thoughts of his own mortality. It keeps him up nights, in fact. Money and women are plentiful for Mr. Watt but, at 34, he can't help but feel that his life is missing something important: a family. He's certain that should he marry and have children, the nagging constant of his inevitable demise will be stifled. So, when he sets his mind upon… (more)

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taraslant
taraslant
Thu, 13 Oct 2011 02:13:07 +0200

This strange concept seems to jar memories of Clive Barker.A strange world has been created by the author and weird, likable characters thread their way throughout the work. I liked the book. I should mention, as a rule, I do not care for this kind of story. I read it all the way through and was not disappointed.


americanus
americanus
Wed, 12 Oct 2011 06:48:17 +0200

Really liked this. It's a unique idea and a very good read. Definitely not the average spook story. It is a novella so it felt a little rushed in places but it didn't detract from the concept. I hope to read more of his work.



Book Details  


Language: English

Written in: 2011

Published: 2011-10-11

Word count: 15,786 words (≈ about 1 hour)

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Biography 


Brian Rickman is a published playwright ("Tarantella", "When in Love with a Blind Man", "Danny, Kick a Hole in the Sky"), poet ("Blood That Moves The Body"), non-fiction author and novelist. He is represented worldwide by Word|Link Literary Agency and his most recent work, ASCENSION, is presently on submission.


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