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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing (Oct. 2 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1619210681
  • ISBN-13: 978-1619210684
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 422 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,359,085 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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House of Sighs grabs you from page one and displays moments of real brilliance. It's fast, scary and disturbing.”

—Nate Kenyon, author of Bloodstone and Sparrow Rock

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Marshall Deakins has tried to come to terms with the tragic suicide of his young son. But it still tortures him. His search for answers will lead him down a twisted path paved with secrets and grotesque lies. Instead of peace he finds madness, held captive as part of a deranged plan filled with suffering…and blood. As the nature of his captors’ insanity is revealed, Marshall will need to confront the truth about his son and his own past if he hopes to have a future.

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By Brian Edwards on Nov. 27 2012
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Another fantastic taught thriller from Dries who mixes well-drawn characters and great scares. Some of the more gruesome moments you have to read through wincing eyes covered by your hand. He manages to get into the heads of the characters well and still manages to surprise along the way right up to the finale. You think you know where it's going but you don't. Best of all it's earned. No twist for the sake of twists.

If you like your scares based in the real world (no ghosts, vampires or zombies to be found) pick this up. You thank/hate me for it.
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Twisted, real-world horror at it's finest! Be warned! Oct. 2 2012
By David Bernstein - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
I absolutely loved the author's first novel, House of Sighs, so when I heard about The Fallen Boys I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Well, Mr. Dries second Samhain release is FANTASTIC! I mean, this is true horror. Dries knows how to terrify, from the opening scene to the very end, pushing the envelope and surprising the reader even when you think he couldn't possibly up the terror. But this isnt just a crazy, dark, atmospheric, torment, blood-drenched book. It has great, well-rounded and in-depth characters. No supernatural here. This is real-world terror at its finest.
Disturbing, shocking, unsettling - to say the very least... Oct. 26 2013
By Nick Milligan - Published on
Format: Paperback
It's easy to have mixed feelings about a novel that is as viscerally extreme as The Fallen Boys. As a narrative, this twisted tale is unsettling and deliciously subversive. It is bleak from the outset - the plight of Marshall Deakins is relatable, but his journey is grim.
Deeply imbedded in The Fallen Boys are themes of the relationship between father and son. Lies and secrets. Not to mention the religious justification for evil. But in Dries' world there is no hope and certainly no light at the end of the tunnel. The author willingly takes a knife to typical reader expectations, as was evident in his previous book House of Sighs. When reading Dries' work, it is a mistake to expect to know where the story is taking you and an even bigger error to hope for a peaceful, or perhaps even an emotionally "satisfactory", resolution. On one level I was angered by The Fallen Boys - disgusted by the sadism of its villains - but on the other hand I find my mind returning to some of its imagery and the sensation of terror that gripped me during the process of reading it.
There is no denying Dries' ability to build gut-wrenching suspense and interminable dread. Many readers will have to put this book down. Others will choose to endure the pain expressed in its pages. But for anyone seeking a novel that dares to venture where others do not, then I can only recommend that you spend some time with The Fallen Boys.
Your Sanity is at Stake, in a good way... Feb. 13 2013
By B-Movie Man - Published on
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Having loved House of Sighs, The Fallen Boys does not disappoint. The story revolves around a father dealing with his son's suicide, and the truth behind why his son died. This story isn't for the faint of heart. It's dark, unapologetic, and explores the darkness of the human soul. The writing also accomplishes a sense of anxiety, depravity, and soul sucking horror. Dries continues to impress me with his fiction. Fans of dark, unforgiving fiction will devour this. Those who don't like books that challenge morality, you still might give this a try because it's so well written. Imagine being sucked down into the underbelly of humanity, of one's soul. 5/5
Another great read from Aaron Dries. Sept. 6 2015
By Adrian Shotbolt - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
The human spirit is dark and twisted....a little like Aaron Dries. Aaron's next book after the excellent House of Sighs is another slice of visceral modern horror straight out of the top draw. Aaron pulls you in and doesn't let go right until the end. He is a writer I will buy everything he releases, he really is absolutely top, top draw. His most recent book A Place for Sinners is even better! A great release from Samhain horror and one of the genres most gifted writers in the dark fiction genre. These books should carry a prepared to have sleepless nights. 5 stars (again!)
Awesome and scary... especially if you're a parent May 8 2014
By mrtats - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book hooked me at the prologue! Well written, easy to read, nerve wracking, horrific, and makes you want to hug your kids.

Loved it!

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