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Paperback Nursery Tale Book

ISBN: 086721077X

ISBN13: 9780867210774

Nursery Tale

(Book #2 in the Strange Seed Series)

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A sequel to the horror novel "Strange Seed". The children agreed that the ancient Granada woods were an ideal playground. They contained somethings that danced and seemed to echo their laughter... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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If you like weird horror, this is for you

T. M. Wright is a writer unlike any I have experienced before. I have read a few of his books and I must say that he is definitely different. His stories often seem to involve children who are born in the woods and of the Earth itself, though there is never an explanation as to why the Earth spawns such children. They demand human sacrifice. There is also no explanation of why they desire this. Which makes Wright's horror all the more seductive. All in all, I must say, this is a quick, entertaining read that will leave you wondering what exactly was living in those woods. I also recommend "Strange Seed", because it seems to follow the same pattern. I don't know if "Nursery Tale" is a sequel, it has been too many years since I read "Strange Seed," but it seems to be along the same lines. Anyone who likes horror that is not strictly mainstream will enjoy this book.

If you like weird horror, this is for you

T. M. Wright is a writer unlike any I have experienced before. I have read a few of his books and I must say that he is definitely different. His stories often seem to involve children who are born in the woods and of the Earth itself, though there is never an explanation as to why the Earth spawns such children. They demand human sacrifice. There is also no explanation of why they desire this. Which makes Wright's horror all the more seductive. All in all, I must say, this is a quick, entertaining read that will leave you wondering what exactly was living in those woods. I also recommend "Strange Seed", because it seems to follow the same pattern. I don't know if "Nursery Tale" is a sequel, it has been too many years since I read "Strange Seed," but it seems to be along the same lines. Anyone who likes horror that is not strictly mainstream will probably enjoy this book.
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