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It moved very slowly and the characters were uninteresting to me.
On the one hand, the writing and word play are creative and Mr. Kiesbye has an interesting idea, the result just wasn't all that great.
Typically I don't like to put down a book before I finish it, but this one I put down at least four times, unable to continue.
This book is a collection of interconnected short stories about a group of malevolent children. Perhaps calling the malevolent is unfair, but each story builds two an inevitably... Read morePublished 2 months ago by LostContacts
This was a very strange but super enjoyable book. A must-read for all horror buffs!
Your House Is on Fire, Your Children All Gone is broken into chapters focused around... Read more
With poetic verse, Kiesbye, delivers a shocking portrayal of the human mind. A novel that blows away your thoughts, and resides even a year after reading. Read more
Basically, this book boils down to superstitious, suspicious, abusive, lustful people destroying each other's lives in cruel, selfish ways in a small town in post-WWII Germany. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Joel E. Mitchell
I DIDN'TLIKE THIS NOVEL AT ALL SINCE IT WAS TOO WEIRD AND CREEPY. I COULDN'T CONNECT WITH ANY CHARACTERS AND FOUND IT DEPRESSING. Read morePublished 10 months ago by virginia j. king
I agree with previous reviewers that the characters in this book are almost uniformly unlikeable, but I thought the book was interesting, probably because it kept surprising me... Read morePublished 10 months ago by LW
This is a very disconnected, attempting-to-be (and not succeeding) atmospheric bit of writing. I'm really not sure what is going on, but none of it is remotely pleasant or... Read morePublished 12 months ago by S. O'Connor
Pretty twisted started reading it and couldnt put it down....the things that happened to those kids and the lose of their( innocents )....Published 13 months ago by margie
Or maybe the opposite. This book is rivetting. It spins a story of the everyday cruelty and indifference of little country towns, those towns that are now less than what they used... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Cédric P.