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READ ç PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook É Andrew Pyper What are the repercussions of calling another story your own Patrick Rush journalist single father and failed novelist joins a creative writing circle in an inspiring atmosphere of menace and fear Throughout Toronto a. Wow This book took me a day to finish Once I started it I could not put it down The main character of this story is a man who wishes that he could write a novel so he joins a writing group This group contains a variety of people whom all have their own stories and secrets One woman in the group reads a story she has written about a stranger who does bad things and he is called the sandman As the story continues it seems the Sandman is real; and begins to kill againThis book really freaked me out It wasn't a typical storyline that involved gory details and the obvious tell tales of the identity of the killer This story went beyond that and had a way of building up the suspense; the killer lurked in the shadows or the main character thought he saw something but did he really see anything at all Then there was the idea that maybe the main character was a little crazy and nothing was really happening at all There were misdirections lies twists and at one point I just said out loud what the fckIf you read this book though I would suggest not reading it at night

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DOWNLOAD Ç The Killing Circle Ê What are the repercussions of calling another story your own Patrick Rush journalist single father and failed novelist joins a creative writing circle in an inspiring atmosphere of menace and fear Throughout Toronto a murderer strikes randomly leaving bodies mutilated and dismembered and taunting the police with cryptic Hough finds fantasy and reality blurring Is the maniac at large the Sandman What does Angela really know And does the killer stalk his pursuer Only when his son is snatched does Patrick journey toward the elusive figu. This book is the epitome of the M Night Shyamalan problem A good mystery can become great if the twistending blows your mind On the other hand it can stumble and spit on everything you just read Guess which one this isNow then up to the last twenty pages of this novel it is absolutely engaging The oppressive atmosphere of the Sandman serial killer is visceral and constantly is blurring the lines in the character's own mind of whether the Sandman has actually left the page and begun killing in the real world From that angle it's a great work You can't ask for much in a mystery than great atmosphere an interesting main character a seriously threatening and terrifying killer and constant page turningWell yes you can You can ask for the ending to make sense I won't spoil it but there are two twists at the very end of the book that are patently ridiculous Neither has any lead up whatsoever and just left me frustrated with the author for throwing away all the good will he'd built up I mean it's a mystery novel so theoretically you don't NEED a twist I'm of the opinion that a good mystery novel shouldn't let the reader automatically know whodunnit but should be within the realm of possibility If I'm left going what there's a problem

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The Killing CircleMurderer strikes randomly leaving bodies mutilated and dismembered and taunting the police with cryptic notes The group reads each other their own dark unsettling tales Angela tells of child stealer Sandman Patrick t. I loved The Guardians I am surprised at the average rating of that book here and I gave it a well deserved 5 star rating It hit all the right buttons for meI wish I could say the same thing for The Killing CircleWhile I thought the entire concept of the novel was excellent I found the pacing was rather uneven I'm not sure why I found that perhaps there were a little too many introspective insights by the main character I just found the story's momentum seemed to suffer for itRegardless Pyper is a fine writer and you're best to check out The Guardians for evidence of that particularly if you enjoy Stephen King's nostalgic storiesI'll definitely read of him