Monster by William Young

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Nick Case has been pursued by a hulking, Sasquatch-like monster his whole life - in a recurring series of nightmares. But a chance encounter with a retired concert violinist reveals that the nightmares might be something more than just bad dreams, and that he might be the monster he's been running from.

While he tries to make sense of the dreams, his entire life starts unraveling around as he becomes unwittingly embroiled in what appears to be a fine art counterfeiting ring. As the events unfold, Nick begins to wonder which nightmare is the real one: the life he lives awake, or the behemoth in his REM sleep?

About William Young

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Published September 23, 2011 164 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Monster Blood Tattoo - Book Two: Lamplighterby D.

Oct 18 2011 | Read Full Review of Monster

The New York Review of Books

There are limits to what we will ever know for a fact about young Stalin and young Hitler, about their home environment, their education, their early friendships, early influences on them.

Feb 15 2007 | Read Full Review of Monster

The Horn Book

they’re all too well-mannered or well-groomed, and one is even female (apparently, “everyone knows” that “boy monsters are for boys and girl monsters are for girls”).

Feb 22 2013 | Read Full Review of Monster

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