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The Cabin at the End of the World
Paul Tremblay
The Bram Stoker Award-winning author of A Head Full of Ghosts adds an inventive twist to the home invasion horror story in a heart-palpitating novel of psychological suspense Seven-year-old Wen and he...

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I just finished The Cabin at the End of the World, by Paul Tremblay and Look Alive Out There, by Sloane Crosley so I'm in between books.

Currently reading Wytches by Scott Snyder and No Longer Human, by Osamu Dazai (but I dont think it's translated by the guy who translated the pink book). But these aren't very long reads. Dont know whether to start The Immortalists or Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. Help me r/books!

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Currently reading The Cabin at the End of the World, by Paul Tremblay. It's interesting so far, although it's taking a little long to get to the point with who the new characters are and what they want. Will keep reading and see what happens!

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Finished Cabin at the End of the World, by Paul Tremblay. This book is well written and really is full of suspense. The characters are easy to visualize. I could easily put myself in the characters shoes, and the situation in the story does make you think of what you would do in the same situation, from many of the characters points of view. Not a long book, definitely hard to put down. It's not a very predictable story. I enjoyed the book, but I was not happy with the end.

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Salem's Lot, by Stephen King - My first Stephen King novel, and I absolutely loved it. I really appreciated the style in which he developed the setting and the cast of characters amid the action of the story, all the way through to the end of the novel. It made the read so rich and vivid and thrillingly fulfilling. Can't wait to continue through his catalog.

Currently reading:

Enchanted Night, by Steven Millhauser - I've had this novella on my shelf for a couple years now. I'm getting ready to dive into Cabin at the End of the World, by Paul Tremblay which comes out tomorrow, and going to his book signing at The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles on Sunday, so I just wanted a short stop-gap read in between. Really enjoying it so far. It's light and whimsical and takes place in a seaside southern Connecticut town similar to the one I grew up in, so the setting and sensory descriptions are full and bright in my imagination.

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Just finished Amal Unbound by Aisha Saeed, a middle-reader book about a modern Pakistani girl who becomes an indentured servant when she unwittingly insults a member of a powerful family. Fantastic read, buy it for your kids and read it after they're done!

Right now I'm reading an Advance Reader Copy of Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay. It's REALLY good so far. Absolutely no spoilers, but you should grab a copy when it comes out on June 26th.