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Imaginary Friends Paperback – March 6, 2009
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Imaginary Friends is the tale of a young girl who has been horribly abused by her mother and the cruel strangers that her mother allows to victimize her. This abuse becomes too much for her to handle and she conjures forth from her imagination a small, but eclectic group of friends to protect her. At first, it appears that her friends are just visions that only she can see. But all begins to change when the young girl begins to send her imaginary friends to kill the people who are abusing her. But is it really her imaginary friends who are doing the killing? Or is she the real murderer?
Imaginary Friends is a revenge story that is driven by the mad rage of a tortured young girl. Thematically, it is more tragedy, than fantasy. Yet, the spectacle of death and horror looms over the entire tale. If there is a drawback to this book, is that it fizzles out as it draws to an end. I was disappointed that the intriguing storyline which gripped me during the first half of the book dissipated into a foray of mindless violence. In many ways this book reminds me of The Oliver Stone film "Natural Born Killers".Read more ›