Before this I had never read a John Inman book. I realise now that this is a problem, and it needs to be sorted. This is possibly one of the best horror books I have read, it actually gave me goosebumps a couple of times. And that very rarely happens.
This book is horrible. But in a good way, the way a great horror is supposed to be. And it's awesome. It is also sad and sweet, exciting and shocking. All packaged up in a fantastic way of writing. Inmans writing is one of the best I have read in a long while, he has a way with words that I can't describe, other than it's awesome. (Really, you should try one of his books!)
If you like horror, I would strongly suggest you try this one out.
If you have problems reading blood and gore, or bad things happening to children then you might not like a few of the pages in this book. But for me, even though I didn't enjoy reading about those things, it was an important part of the book and it wouldn't have been the same without it.
Now I need to find out what else he has written... I need to read more!!