Author Andrew Leon has just released the newest installment in his ongoing serialized horror novel "Shadow Spinner":
Tiberius has always thought of himself as a normal 10-year-old boy. Maybe he's a little smarter than everyone else, but that's still normal. He's scared of shadows, but everyone's scared of something, right? His mother's completely paranoid and called the cops the one time, just one time, he went over to a friend's house after school, but, still, he's normal even if his mother is not. At least, that's what he thinks until the day his mother finally decides to tell him about his father, and she tells him things that convince him that one of them is crazy, and he's pretty sure it's not him. That is until the Man with No Eyes shows up and his father falls out of the sky.I've been reading these as he releases them and I can vouch for this book being phenomenal. Leon's writing is fantastic: he uses language and plot like an artist uses a paintbrush, in that the further the story goes the more is revealed by the brushstrokes.
Plus, and I probably should have said this first, this book is supercreepy in the horror parts and superfantastic in the rest. I have no idea where Leon comes up with his ideas, but I wish I could tap into even 1% of the creativity he's got.
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Click here to go to part one of the serialization and start at the beginning. (RECOMMENDED ONLY FOR THOSE WHO LOVE GREAT BOOKS AND READING!)
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And, of course, learn more about Andrew at his blog, "Strange Pegs." HE POSTS CAT PICTURES. That'll get you clicking over there.