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From New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry comes a psychological thriller about a little girl whose imaginary friends are guiding her through the process of becoming a serial killer. This story originally appeared in the anthology Killers and has been reprinted many times, including in the collection Tales from the Fire Zone.

©2015 Jonathan Maberry (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Rather repugnant tale of a budding serial killer

There were several off things about this book, chief among them was the James Earl Gray deep gravelly voice narrating a short story that follows the POV of a young girl and burgeoning serial killer. Also, for a book written in 2008, set during the internet age, it is over fond of the word mulatto. Random repellent imagery included describing colors such as piss yellow. Ultimately, I found this a rather pedestrian tale. For a better take on following the POV of a sociopathic killer, try Daisy Chains (another short Audible freebie) or A Certain Hunger (a full length book, if you like the idea of following a cannibalistic, craven sex fueled female serial killer)..

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