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What the community says about Devil Inside
- "This book really got under my skin. It isn't a long story, so I finished it much faster than I was expecting and spent the rest of the evening nervous. Great description, great atmosphere with a plot twist you'll enjoy. If you like your horror to leave something to the imagination rather than paint all the details heavily in, you'll really like this book despite its short length."
- "This tale is creepy and some scenes get under your skin. William Cook doesn't hold back on anything and there are some scenes that will make you cringe. Yet, the story isn't overly gory either. Cook knows how to leave certain things to the reader's imagination (a skill every writer needs to have) which only serves to add to the overall creepiness of the story. Speaking of holding back, the author also doesn't go into too many details about the creature, it's origins or even what it looks like, allowing the reader's imagination to fill in the blanks on those details as well"
- "I got this for my daughter who is in to the supernatural sort of thriller stories. I think the book is overall age appropriate after I skimmed through it to check how it reads. She's been reading it all week which is good because she normally never reads.""Devil Inside is a great horror book for teens because of the message it provides. It teaches teens that there are always consequences for your action."
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