What happens when a man with a seemingly fatal illness is suddenly cured by a spirit from another dimension? And what is the cost of this mercy? The Ouija Board Killer is the story of how a man’s life changes after he enters the world of the supernatural.
Fast-paced and with liberal servings of black humour, The Ouija Board Killer is a very hard book to classify. It doesn’t seem to fit squarely in any single genre, instead straddling several and taking the best from each. The writing style is direct, adding to the sense that this is a story rooted in a recognisable reality.
While I’m not someone who believes in such things as demonic possession, I still enjoyed The Ouija Board Killer immensely. It’s a good example of how a supernatural subject can be made to seem more realistic thanks to a carefully-crafted writing style, and the story is ultimately one that lingers long after the final page.
Star rating for The Ouija Board Killer: 4 stars.
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