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MORBIDLY BEAUTIFUL REVIEWS THE FEAR
RAE LOUISE’S THE FEAR SHOWCASES A NEW VOICE IN SUPERNATURAL HORROR AND CONJURES UP A DEMON WITH THE DARKEST OF DESIRES
In The Fear, a multi-layered novel of supernatural terror and suspense, author Rae Louise delivers a pulse-pounding story of a conflicted family who must confront a terrifying evil within the walls of their own home.
With nods to Frank De Felitta’s The Entity (1978) and Jay Anson’s The Amityville Horror (1977), Louise crafts a sinister tale about a household besieged by terror.
A mother determined to protect her only child; a troubled sister with a painful past; a little girl stalked by a shadowy force—these are the characters who must stop the paranormal torment from taking over their lives. With each passing chapter The Fear grows darker and more macabre, drawing readers deeper into the story with vivid and at times grotesque details.
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Recent reviews 'Though not a classic ‘werewolf’ story, Metas is the reinvention of the struggle to contain and harness the animal within. An urban tale of heightened senses, mysterious groups hellbent on eradicating the problem, and a hunger that cannot be denied. Through broken friendships, stifled lovers, and secrets that would drive anyone insane, Louise brings the reader on a roller-coaster ride through the life of protagonist Violet. Violet is not a perfect hero – she gets her hands dirty on numerous occasions, a morally conflicted woman who was never given the tools to make the right decisions. She may be the least ‘human’ of all the characters in the book but she certainly has the complicated emotions and motivations of a human. She can be brave, cowardly, kind to strangers, mean to those she loves, secretive and ir…