Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Ten years ago a little girl was supposedly murdered. Ten years ago, that little girl got away.
Now after eight years of living on her own, feeding from garbage cans and doing what she must to survive and still remain anonymous, the lies that had been told to her have led her onto a path of vengeance and retribution; back to the door-step of the one she believes is to blame.
Those who stand in her way receive nothing of mercy, as her relentless pursuit to extract revenge on those who robbed her of her life comes to a chilling close that will shock you.
Screams don't carry twenty miles to the next farmhouse.
He then did something he promised he would never do to her, once on a summer’s eve when they were by the riverboats of the Ohio Bank having a picnic, and then making out by the beginning sunset. Something he swore to her on that night he would never do..
He swung his arm back and slapped her hard enough to break her upper lip. The astonishment in her eyes as her hand fluttered up like a bird startled from its nest to her mouth pleased him. Christie’s astonishment went from shock, to pain, and then to disbelief in the space of three seconds.
John stood over her smiling— the victor of this small battle. Christie, who had many times tenderly held the hand that just struck her, covered her face and burst into tears.
Amazon Customer wrote:
"I read this, and secretly envied Soderquist for some his passages, wishing I had come up with these lyrical descriptions about what’s going on in his characters’ heads. I mean, I really wish I had come up with some of the lines in his book. Damn him for his skill!
“Farm House” is populated by real people. I felt what Soderquist wants his readers to feel for them: compassion, hatred, sadness, despair, everything Soderquist hypnotized me into feeling."
"This book started off with me cringing. I hoped it wasn't one of those books that had horrific scenes in it just to have horrific scenes.But no, I kept on reading wondering where he was taking this story."
"Farm House is not just a story, it is an experience in terror."
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