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48 Hardcover – July 1, 1997
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Over all, a viciously terrifying book, one that I actually stopped reading one night because it got to me so much. I have read hundreds of horror novels and maybe one out of every hundred scares me now. The Ghosts of Sleath has that great honor and I can't thank it and its author enough for it. I will end this with a visual. If you know what a jack plane is, imagine a crazed carpenter using it on a helpless nineteen-year-old boy's face, after beating him horribly with a heavy wooden mallet. If you don't know what a jack plane is, several tool purchasing sites should assist you and ultimately convince you to read this horror gem
Thanks, now instead of reading the damn thing I can focus on removing glitter from my fingers instead.