The 'geisters by David NickleThe 'geisters by David Nickle

The 'geisters

byDavid Nickle

Paperback | July 14, 2017

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When Ann LeSage was a little girl, she had an invisible friend-a poltergeist, that spoke to her with flying knives and howling winds. She called it the Insect. And with a little professional help, she contained it. And the nightmare was over, at least for a time. But the nightmare never truly ended. As Ann grew from girl into young woman, the Insect grew with her. It became more than terrifying. It became a thing of murder. Now, as she embarks on a new life married to successful young lawyer, Michael Voors, Ann believes that she finally has the Insect under control. But there are others vying to take that control away from her. They may not know exactly what they're dealing with, but they know they want it. They are the 'Geisters. And in pursuing their own perverse dream, they risk spawning the most terrible nightmare of all.
DAVID NICKLE Is a Torontobased author and journalist whose fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies like CEMETERY DANCE, THE YEAR'S BEST FANTASY AND HORROR, the NORTHERN FRIGHTS series and the QUEER FEAR series. Some of it has been collected in his book of stories, MONSTROUS AFFECTIONS. His first solo novel, EUTOPIA: A NOVEL O...
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Title:The 'geistersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.8 inPublished:July 14, 2017Publisher:ChiZine PublicationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1771481439

ISBN - 13:9781771481434

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