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What an unfortunate train wreck this turned out to be.
I wanted to knife every single character in this silly novel and just kept wondering why even they themselves... Read more
Every cliche possible is dusted off for this lame story. Based on the reviews I was expecting something really intriguing, but this was just silly, trite, and tedious.Published on July 1 2004
This book is wonderful. I've read it a few times now and I still find myself attached to many of the characters, wondering what will become of them (lucky we will be able to find... Read morePublished on March 25 2004 by Samm
I really don't understand what all the fuss is about. While there were definitely some well written passages in the book, but I found the oddball literary style and freakish... Read morePublished on March 2 2004
Kiernan surpasses Brite in bringing her characters to life! All were well fleshed out, and they felt like 'real' people in an unreal situation. Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2004 by varnya
This book is the most poetic horror novel I've read in a long time ... maybe ever. Poppy Z. Brite compared it to a gothic cathedral on fire, and that's really an accurate... Read morePublished on Dec 5 2003 by Alexander Gitlits
Atfer having gone through Anne Rice books, Tolkien books, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and so on, all these books have a very definite style of writing. Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2003 by "couzin2000"
Mysterious monsters harass Goth kids in this first novel from the prominent New Horror writer.
For me, the shiny sentence-level writing is the strongest point of this book. Read more
Traditional horror readers might be disappointed by Silk. The poetic descriptions are subtle, unwrapping too slowly to create enough thrill or tension. Read morePublished on Oct. 4 2003 by Lisa