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Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ SP Miskowski is a recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships Her books have received three Shirley Jackson Award nominations and two Bram Stoker Award nominations and are available from Omnium Gatherum Media and JournalStoneTrepidatio Her novel I Wish I Was Like You won a Charles Dexter Award as well as This Is Horror Novel of the YearMiskowski's stories have been pub.

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  1. Jack Tripper Jack Tripper says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookAs much as there appears to be a horrorweird mini renaissance taking place over the past several years I haven't had nearly as much luck with modern novels in the field as I have with short fiction of which there is almost too much good stuff to keep track Knock Knock is a major exception It's not just one of the best horror novels I've read lately but one of the most terrifying as wellConsidering horror has been my main go to genre for nearly three decades it takes a lot these days to actually scare me It rarely happens any so now I'm satisfied with that eerie frisson that I sometimes get when reality becomes twisted and warped To make me truly afraid I need characters that I care about An author can conjure up the most unthinkable horrors but if I don't identify with the characters I'm not scaredMiskowski made me care about the 3 girls who we get to see grow up to become women at the center of this story living in a small


  2. Karl Karl says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookCover Illustration by Russell Dickerson


  3. Char Char says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookI read this book with my Shelfari horror group I enjoyed itKnock Knock is the story of three young girls that brought something to life Something that will follow them for the rest of their daysI thought this a well written story with good character development I got to know the three women rather well over the course of their lives and I enjoyed thatThe pacing was okay there were a couple of portions that dragged a little bit but the ending than made up for the slow spots I enjoy not being able to predict the ending of a book


  4. Steve Steve says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookIn Michael Moorcock’s book on Fantasy Wizardry Wild Romance there is a chapter devoted to the geography of Fantasy its foundational importance to casting its spell If such a book were written on Horror what makes it tick etc a similar chapter would certainly be called for In SP Miskowski’s remarkable first novel Knock Knock the geography of the Pacific Northwest with its dark woods small and dying towns and its attendant folklore is prominent Miskowski’s creation Skillute Washington is not unlike King’s Derry or Faulkner’s Yoknapatawpha County but there are also hints of Hawthorne and Flannery O’Connor Miskowski is as American in the literary sense


  5. Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookSpend enough time navigating the waters of horror fiction and you will soon discover for yourself that most coming of age horror features protagonists of the male persuasion Coming of age is one of my favorite sub genres; I gobble them all upComing of age centered around anyone besides straight white males are few and far between So add this one to your TBR Our story begins deliciously with 3 girls who hate the idea of pregnancy and motherhood so much they agree to sneak off into the woods and


  6. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBook35 rounded up to 4 starsThe concept revolves around three girls who make a pact in the woods one dayand the repercussions that follow throughout their lives I felt the novel was very original and had some genuinely creepy moments The individual characters were we


  7. Carla Remy Carla Remy says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBook5320I upped this review to five stars This book is really creepy and it really stayed in my mind72518I've just been meaning to add I love the idea in this book of doing a spell but having it backfire having the spell be powerful effective but do the opposite of what the spell caster wanted Because isn't magic a mystery Also this book has obviously been on my mind three weeks later This is significant70118Very creepy at times suspenseful and even scary So much like 1970s horror the theme of evil births and I guess conscious of this given the occurrence in this novel of seeing Alien in the theater in general the evil births in 70s horror spring from the deep cultural anxiety of birth control pills and abortion but also the influence of Rosemary's Baby this isn't really the anxiety of Alien though it is certainly about evil and unnatural births I really ap


  8. Bandit Bandit says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookWhat an incredible book From the awesomely creepy cover art down to the very last page I'm so impressed I read this in or less one sitting because this really isn't a sort of book one puts down The writing is phenomenal particularly for a debut novel particularly for a ge


  9. Rodney Rodney says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookAn engaging work of horror in a small town setting written in a style I grew up reading A slow burner with an ending that eludes to good stuff in the remaining 3 books in the series which I will surely be reading My


  10. Kristi Kristi says:

    Paperback ô Knock Knock eBook æ knock kindle, knock mobile, Knock Knock eBookAn unsettling exploration of how sometimes wicked things linger


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