In an attempt to make sense of his own mysterious and unsettling childhood memories, a man begins to reconstruct his past. As the games and adventures of his youth become engulfed by a larger story, he finds that it forms a tapestry of unbelievable horror that he never could have expected.
Each chapter completes a different piece of the puzzle for both you and the narrator, and by the end of it all, you will wish that you could forget what he never knew.
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Poorly written, couldn’t read it.
I’m sorry but I couldn’t get passed the first couple of pages. It’s not very well written. Maybe I’ll give it a second chance but I seriously don’t get how it had so many 5 star reviews.
This book seems unorganized and not very compelling. I normally love creepypasta, but this story just seems to close with no purpose.
Try “suffer the children” instead, a much more satisfying read.
Creepy and cruel.
The book started pretty solid, creepy and mysterios. Some twists early on were satisfying. As I read on, it became more and more repetitive and lost that edge. 2/3rds through I started skimming just to see where the book was going next, since I had lost interest. Ultimately, the ending was unsatisfying.