Grandma's Little Darling

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  • Title: Grandma's Little Darling
  • Author: Stephen R. George
  • ISBN: 9780821732106
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-03-20T23:09:52+00:00

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    1. It seems like very few books keep my attention anymore, but finding this on a bar bookshelf(they allow you to take and/or leave books) I was for some reason intrigued by it. I have to say it kicked off an interest in old 80s horror paperbacks; ones I saw at the grocery store or department stores as a kid but was too young to read, but liked admiring the cool artwork(which inevitably had skeletons, killer dolls, and/or gimmick such as holograms). Without getting too deep into the story(no spoiler [...]

    2. While Grandma's Little Darling has the somewhat common premise of an older character stealing the youth of a younger character, it's presented in a way that I haven't really read before. I was curious about how Stephen R. George would work with the idea of stealing someone's youth, and so I eagerly added the novel to my collection. Once I began reading, the premise had me hooked.Nora, a young orphan, has been through her share of foster homes, but has yet to find a family with whom she truly fee [...]

    3. My first experience with Stephen R. George came when I read his novel Nightscape earlier this year, which I believe was published right after Grandma’s Little Darling. Nightscape was a fast and exciting read, therefore I was looking forward to my next reading adventure with his work, and dove into Grandma’s Little Darling fairly quickly after it arrived. Sadly it wasn’t as exciting as Nightscape had been, and what started out as an interesting and compelling read quickly faded into one whe [...]

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