Review: Mister B. Gone By Clive Barker

I had just picked this novel up less than a week ago and have already finished it. It is a thrilling book that had me hooked from the very beginning. It had me feeling anxious and looking over my shoulder every once in a while.

It is written in a first-person perspective of a demon who is trapped in the very pages of the book. The demon tells you its tale of horror in trade for you to burn the book. And on multiple occasions addresses the reader itself through the print of the text.

It can be somewhat hard to follow on occasion. I found my self going back and rereading a few times, just to clarify that I hadn’t missed anything. As it may be, I highly recommend this book to any that read horror and enjoy the psychological play between characters and the reader.

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