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Ct them both in ways they never imaginedA gripping and haunting story about loss and hope perfect for fans of Patrick Ness and David Almo. Review originally published in SFX magazine From Louise Lawrence s nuclear apocalypse to Patrick Ness brutalised child soldiers and Suzanne Collins kids killing kids on live tele

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When thirteen year old James discovers a homeless man in an abandoned house the course of his life changes dramatically Hoping to find a. James is a 13 year old boy who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his mother He doesn t have the best home life and is stuck living with a step father who drinks too much a

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'cure' for a dark curse inflicted on the homeless man the pair embark on a journey together not knowing that what they discover will impa. Although the synopsis doesn t reveal too much about the story I was intrigued by the mysterious premise of the book What is Webster running from What is this dark curse Will they fin


10 thoughts on “The Dark Inside

  1. says:

    This review was originally posted on Happy Indulgence Check it out for reviews I'm not actually sure what I just readThe Dark Inside starts off with James who is abused by his stepfather runs away from home after finding a new friend old man Webster who is suffering from PTSD from war I liked their fast friendship and the idea of two damaged souls finding a friend in one another and was curious where their adventures wou

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    James is a 13 year old boy who is struggling to come to terms with the death of his mother He doesn't have the best home life and is stuck living with a step father who drinks too much and can become violent Everything changes for James when he meets Webster a homeless man who is staying in an abandoned house that James spends time in when he needs an escape Webster is running from something and claims to have a dark c

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    3½ Starshttpwwwdivabooknerdcom201407tThe Dark Inside is an incredibly difficult book to review without revealing the storyline that is a strange mix of contemporary and fantasy It follows the life of James thirteen years old and still mourning the loss of a car accident which killed his mother It's now only he and his stepfather who wavers between neglecting the boy in his care or physically abusing him oft

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    Although the synopsis doesn’t reveal too much about the story I was intrigued by the mysterious premise of the book What is Webster running from? What is this dark curse? Will they find a cure before it’s too late? It sounded like an action packed story full of twists and turns but in the end it turned out to be uite different from what I expected It’s not a bad book Far from it It just didn’t really wo

  5. says:

    Review by BethThe synopsis of this novel doesn’t give away too much so I was left wondering before I even got started which is always a good start sometimes blurbs say too muchJames is a young boy who is forced to live with his stepfather and girlfriend after girlfriend He seems complex without too much delving into his psyche and

  6. says:

    This book was very good as we all loved reading it the ending could have been a bit but in all an enjoyable story

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    Review originally published in SFX magazine From Louise Lawrence’s nuclear apocalypse to Patrick Ness’ brutalised child soldiers and Suzanne Collins’ kids killing kids on live television fiction for children and teens has long dealt in dark themes With his tale of an abused boy befriending a stranger who may or may not be a werewolf d

  8. says:

    Super realisticfantasymysticism novel in the style of Patrick Ness and David Almond but a bit simpler

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    Review for The Dark Inside by Rupert Wallis I was initially drawn to this book by the somewhat mysterious and thriller elements that the synopsis offered It was especially vague and nothing significant was given away just an opening offered for you to decide if you want to tread on further or not This excited me and I was expecting an action packed heart gripping adventure I wasn't warned by the stirring feeling this book gave me Rupert's

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    Apparently when browsing a book shop you give a book roughly 30 seconds to win you over includes cover snoop back blurb glance and possibly a peek onto the first page Well Moontrug read a book recently that took just 5 seconds to win her over The Dark Inside by Rupert Wallis Cover navy silver and white with a ‘Do you believe in monsters?

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