Check out this review of the book, One of Us,
by Craig DiLouie as featured in this post from The Tattooed Book Geek blog.
- One of Us.
- Craig DiLouie.
- 432 pages.
- Fiction / Horror / Thriller / SFF / Literary Fiction.
- My Rating: Hell Yeah Book Review.
They call him Dog.
Enoch is a teenage boy growing up in a rundown orphanage in Georgia during the 1980s. Abandoned from the moment they were born, Enoch and his friends are different. People in the nearby town whisper that the children from the orphanage are monsters.
The orphanage is not a happy home. Brutal teachers, farm labor, and communal living in a crumbling plantation house are Enoch’s standard day to day. But he dreams of growing up to live among the normals as a respected man. He believes in a world less cruel, one where he can be loved.
One night, Enoch and his friends share a campfire with a group of normal kids. As mutual fears subside, friendships form, and living together doesn’t…
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