Friday, July 1, 2011

Unthinkable by Shirley Duke

Omar Phillips is Bridgewater High's answer to a young Stephen King, his short stories posted on Facebook are a huge hit with his fellow students.  But suddenly what he writes is coming true, and he finds himself the subject of scrutiny from the cops, and to make matters worse all his old fans now shun him.  Can he solve the mystery of what is happening before he becomes a victim of his own imagination?

This was an extremely quick read, but it was also a real gem of a read, a treasure that was almost ignored because it just seemed so lame and cliched.  Omar and his world may be quickly sketched because of the short format, but you still live and breathe their world. 

A new treat for fans of Christopher Pike, R.L.Stine, and early Caroline B. Cooney.

Reviewed by Brilla

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