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Ouija Mass Market Paperback – 1990

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A Message From Beyond... March 29 2008
By Cyclone J - Published on
Format: Paperback
I can't say I'd recommend "Ouija" by Andrew Laurance, but I did find it entertaining at times. I picked the book up on a whim because a friend was getting rid of a lot of things and the book was something he no longer wanted. First, I should mention that I'm a great fan of old science fiction and horror films (40's through the 80's eras), so the sight of a chrome skull dripping with blood (the cover of the book!) seemed sort of awesome. But, the age old saying "you should never judge a book by it's cover" stands true in the case of "Ouija".
There are three main characters, Zuke, Chantal, and Warren, none of whom are very redeeming. Zuke likes to sleep around with whomever she encounters (or she thinks about it), Chantal is a rich older lady whom also likes to sleep around (and dabble in the occult), and Warren cheats on his wife while he sleeps around (of course, she has to cheat on him too). So, there's a lot of silly drama in this book and most of it takes place on a tropical island. And, then mixed in, are a few scenes of somewhat graffic mutilation. These scenes, which usually take place at the ends of chapters, took me by surprise because the book seems like it's written for about a middle school reading level and the scenes were (in my opinion) too much for a reader of that age. It's not a scarey book, but at times a gross one. There is also some out of body experience stuff, some times when people blame their problems on being possesed, and one orgy. At 235 pages of easy reading, the whole mess goes by pretty fast. Happy Reading!

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