Andrew Neiderman Lisa Falkenstern
Imp
April 02, 2018 Comments.. 567
Imp Mary Oaks a religious woman marries a man who proves to be far less than she anticipated After their first child a daughter is born Mary retreats deeper into her religion and when her husband for

  • Title: Imp
  • Author: Andrew Neiderman Lisa Falkenstern
  • ISBN: 9780671507862
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mary Oaks, a religious woman, marries a man who proves to be far less than she anticipated After their first child, a daughter, is born, Mary retreats deeper into her religion and when her husband forces her to make love and she becomes pregnant, she decides this child must be evil After her husband is killed in an accident, she gives birth to the baby in the house and kMary Oaks, a religious woman, marries a man who proves to be far less than she anticipated After their first child, a daughter, is born, Mary retreats deeper into her religion and when her husband forces her to make love and she becomes pregnant, she decides this child must be evil After her husband is killed in an accident, she gives birth to the baby in the house and keeps it in the basement Five years later, he finds his way out and becomes something of a terror during his nocturnal trips When he endangers the life of a five year old girl, the horror is exposed.

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    1 Blog on “Imp

    1. Margaret says:

      Plays like a movie for the most part. It's a bit claustrophobic at points (which suits the premise of the story) but once the plot started developing it became hard to put down.

    2. Adam Wilson says:

      Andrew Neiderman's novels feel a bit like reading book versions of pilot episodes to shows that never became anything. All of his books feel unsure of themselves and Imp is no exception. Don't get me wrong, it is good enough to entertain you, but so is pretty much anything out there. Some people find golfing to be entertaining after all. Anyway, Imp is one of the stranger Neiderman books I have read and a little more of a let down because it has so much potential to be better. For me, the tale o [...]

    3. Leah Richards says:

      If I'd picked up this book, based on the synopsis at the back I wouldn't have read it. It just sounded a bit too corny. For this reason, this book turned out to be a very surprising read for me. Not only did I find the writing style engaging, but I really appreciated to diversity in the personalities of the various characters.This is the first Niederman book I have read and the general consensus seems to be that it's not the best book he's written. This leaves me eager to read more, because in m [...]

    4. April Walker says:

      This book left so many unanswered questionswhat happened to Faith? What did her friend Bobby say about all of this? What about his parents? The town? Did anyone do an autopsy on Imp? Wishing there was a sequel

    5. Dalesha R says:

      It was okay

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