Book Reviews of Possessions

Possessions
Possessions
Author: James A. Moore
ISBN-13: 9780843951714
ISBN-10: 0843951710
Publication Date: 6/2004
Pages: 352
Rating:
  • Currently 2.9/5 Stars.
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2.9 stars, based on 27 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I don't like to write bad reviews. But I have to say that this book just wasn't an enjoyable one for me....:( At times I found it was a bit cheesy. I finished reading it because it was part of a challenge that I am doing (and I was secretly hoping it would be get better). By about page 210 it started to look up because it starts the final fight scene, unfortunately the fight scene was 100+ pages and I lost interest in it rather quickly.

Chris has just lost his mother and won the lottery. Now all of a sudden he is thrust into a battle over the "western key." His little sister is is going through a tough time after losing her mother and now is running off constantly. His best friend Jerry tries to help out the best he can but ends up being caught by the demons and Katie (Jerry's girlfriend) is the mother hen to everyone. Chris also has several flashbacks that don't flow with the book and are very confusing at times. Personally, the characters did not feel very well developed.

Like I said, this book wasn't for me. I am still confused exactly what this book is about. It is called Possessions yet there is no possessing going on. Instead the humans they are imitating are kept in heart shaped pods in the basement of a house. When I finished the book I was just confused and disappointed.
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From the back cover-
"Chris Corin has the unshakable feeling that he's being followed. And he's right. But he doesn't know what's after him, what waits in the shadows. He doesn't know that what his late mother left him in her will is the source of inconceivable power. Power that something hideous wants very badly indeed.
By the time Chris realizes what's happening-and what's at stake-it may already be too late. Who would believe him? Who could imagine the otherworldly forces that will stop at nothing to possess what Chris has?No, Chris will have to confront the darkness that has crept into his life, threatening his very sanity. And unless he can convince someone that he's not crazy, he'll have to confront it alone."
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Horror from opening other worlds and allowing beings in to ours.
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Weird but good
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dark and intriguing