A Child Alone with Strangers

A Novel

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Pub Date 25 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 18 Oct 2022

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“Fracassi’s novel hits me like a cross between McCammon and '80s King. Might be one of them summer blockbusters readers love.” Laird Barron, author of Worse Angels

"A Child Alone with Strangers starts out as a slow burn procedural with supernatural elements and inexorably cranks itself into a pulse-pounding symphony of eldritch horrors and all-too-human violence. Philip Fracassi is the best sort of horror writer--one who is unafraid to hunt for light in even the darkest places."
Shaun Hamill, author of A Cosmology of Monsters
 

When young Henry Thorne is kidnapped and held prisoner in a remote farmhouse surrounded by miles of forest, he finds himself connecting with a strange force living in the woods—using that bond to wreak havoc against his captors. Unknown to the boy, however, is that this ancient being has its own reasons for wanting the interlopers gone—there is something hidden beneath the house, tucked away in the dark, damp root cellar . . . waiting for its return.
“Fracassi’s novel hits me like a cross between McCammon and '80s King. Might be one of them summer blockbusters readers love.” Laird Barron, author of Worse Angels

"A Child Alone with Strangers...

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ISBN 9781945863745
PRICE $26.99 (USD)
PAGES 576

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