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We thought we'd play a fun prank on her, and now most of us are dead.

One last laugh for the summer as it winds down. One last prank just to scare a friend. Bringing a mannequin into a theater is just some harmless fun, right? Until it wakes up. Until is starts killing.

Luckily, Sawyer has a plan. He'll be a hero. He'll save everyone to the best of his ability. He'll kill as many people as he needs to so he can save the day. That's the thing about heroes - sometimes you have to become a monster first.

©2020 Stephen Graham Jones (P)2021 Tantor

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  • 12-03-2021

Sad that it ended

I was sad that it ended because I realized that was 3 hours of my life I would not get back. The plot of this is just so silly. I really tried to like this book but I just could not care any less about any of the characters. I hated the main character, and not because of what he does. I just hated him because he is an idiot. It feels like a goosebumps ripoff you would find at the dollar store.

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  • Nathan
  • 27-03-2021

SGJ Not in Good Form here

Do not buy this. A freaking ridiculous story. Buy another book. Stephen Graham Jones is cool, but this book SUX.

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  • SLS
  • 07-03-2021

Senseless on many levels

If this wasn’t a relatively short book, I would have stopped listening much sooner. It seems like a lot was lost in character development and without giving too much away, made it harder to get the “why” other than portraying a person unraveled. Second of his books that didn’t land with me.

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  • Cody Williams
  • 03-04-2021

It's fine.

This is only my second Stephen Graham Jones book. I was ultimately let down. I love his writing. I love his style. THE ONLY GOOD INDIANS is a fantastic read! This one, though...it was fine. There's nothing inherently wrong with it...it just feels like a mediocre CREEPSHOW segment. Not much else to say about it, 3/5.

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  • good
  • 07-03-2021

this story brings like a bad creepypasta

the narrator was nice but if you're looking for a scary story keep looking. there's lots of plot holes and for a while I kept thinking this must be a parody of some sort.

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