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Mapping the InteriorMapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Junior first sees his dead father in the family hallway when he is twelve, while he is sleepwalking. His search for proof will lead him and his challenged brother to danger beyond their imaginations. The best horror is often full of sadness and loss (which is why so much of it is set during childhood) and this novella is emotionally gripping as well as creepy and disturbing.



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