The Boys Are Back in Town by Christopher Golden

By Christopher Golden

From a grasp of horror, darkish delusion, and suspense comes a compelling and uniquely unique paintings of paranormal suspense within which one guy reveals himself trapped in an internet of ever-shifting truth which threatens to remake the complete of the world—unless he can have the option to prevent it.For Will James, dealing with his 10th highschool reunion is much from his best hour—especially due to the fact his lifestyles has now not long gone precisely as he deliberate. Dumped on the altar by way of his highschool sweetheart and along with his goals of being a prize-winning reporter dashed by means of his task at a Boston tabloid, he's not yes he's able to face his former peers.But what he does locate on the reunion is way greater than he bargained for. He quickly learns that certainly one of his acquaintances had died a number of years back—even even though Will had acquired an email from him just a couple of days prior to. it's not lengthy prior to people Will was once confident have been alive are growing lifeless as well—or married to other folks, or childless the place they used to have youngsters. And new stories are swarming in to exchange what is going to is confident was once his outdated lifestyles, until eventually he now not is aware what's genuine and what's no longer. the single factor he does understand for convinced is that he has to determine why he by myself recalls snatches of one other existence firstly dissolves into this new, darker reality.From the alternate Paperback version.

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He looked into her eyes. ” “You, too,” she replied, nodding as though to punctuate her sincerity. ” “Except me,” he teased. His gaze ticked toward Lolly, whose dark skin and sculpted features were such a dramatic foil to PixieGirl; it had always made their status as best friends that much more fascinating. Two beautiful girls—women now— who couldn’t look less alike. “Pix and Lolly. You guys will always be Pix and Lolly in my head. You should’ve gotten together. As girlfriends, you know? ” Lolly laughed.

Caitlyn had been his girlfriend, but Will had always been fascinated by Stacy. All of the guys were. And on that bus ride, for the first time, he had gotten to know her and discovered that she was bright and funny and ambitious, all of the things her reputation said she could not possibly be. They had never hung out again after that, but at graduation Stacy had written a very long note in his yearbook, thanking him for that talk on the bus, for being “real” with her. He had never forgotten it, or her.

Farther along Fordham Street there was Liam’s, the Irish tavern where they had all tried to get served, and where Nick Acosta now tended bar. The reunion weekend would get under way there at seven o’clock—as good a place as any to kick things off. He wondered how many people would attend the party at Liam’s or the football game tomorrow, and how many would just show up for the official reunion gathering on Saturday night. He wondered which of his classmates wouldn’t bother to show at all. And, much as he tried to avoid it, he wondered if Caitlyn would be there.

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