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Straight on Til Morning First Time In Trade From The Bram Stoker Award Winning Author, With A New Introduction He Brings Into Being A World Of Haunted And Perilous Fantasy, Hails Peter Straub Of Christopher Golden, And It S Never Been Truer Than In This Unique Novel Of Dark Fiction About The Strange Summer Of A Young Boy Coming Of Age But For Kevin Murphy, This Is Also The Season To Confess His Secret Love To His Longtime Crush, Nikki When She Mysteriously Disappears, It S Up To Kevin And His Friends To Follow Her, And To Find Her, In A Neverland From Which They Might Never Return

About the Author: Christopher Golden

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10 thoughts on “Straight on Til Morning

  1. Erin Erin says:

    I challenge anyone who has never had the pleasure of reading a book by Christopher Golden to pick up this novel, and read only the author s notes and introduction to the story If it doesn t make you want to take him to lunch and pick his brain as it did for me it will probably at least make you want to read every fantastic, honeyed

  2. Dan Myers Dan Myers says:

    Straight on til Morning Christopher Golden Every once in a while you come across a little gem of a book, one that captures your fancy in a way that finds you reaching for it, at every spare moment in your day You don t have to overthink it you just sit back and enjoy the ride I thought after reading Brom s epic novel The Child Thief and the

  3. Amanda Amanda says:

    The resemblance to Stephen King further develops Straight On Til Morning begins like a lot of King novels, with a hot, hot summer, and a group of kids, poised right on the edge of becoming adults There is just something about those hot summers and those friends that you just always remember, whenever I read a book like this, I m propelled straight i

  4. C. Lorion C. Lorion says:

    Finished this book this morning, and wow Finally, a coming of age story set during the time period I grew up in, 1981 The main character, Kevin, and his friends are 14, and that s how old I was in 1981, so it was a lot of fun remembering all the cultural references in the story And what a story it is I highly recommend this to those of you who like a cross b

  5. Stephen Stephen says:

    A coming of age tale, that will bring you back to your own childhood Christopher Golden has a way to make you feel part of the story The story of neighborhood friends, Kevin, Jesse, Jack, April, and Nikki, the main group throughout the story Their lives, loves, and plans Golden places you in their minds he places them in a monstrous world to save one of their own Str

  6. Mari Mari says:

    This is my favorite Christopher Golden novel so far I really fell into the story, couldn t leave it at home even when I was going out I mean, how else do you pass the time on a tram Although there are issues and inconsistencies with the plot, and plenty of moments that feel a bit too played out already in fiction, I m a fan enough of the author at this point that it just beco

  7. Patrick Patrick says:

    What a pleasant surprise this book was It was if it was written with me in mind I grew up in the exact time and place described by the author The story itself was fantastic as well A great book Highly recommend it

  8. Heather Heather says:

    Not a bad effort from Golden, who s won the Bram Stoker, although I can t recall for which novel, and if you check out his site, he s written TONS I grabbed this up as a standalone novel that might give me a better idea of him as a horror fantasy writer.Ok, disclaimer there s not actually a lot of horror here, for those of you who, like me, ...

  9. Scott Scott says:

    Part coming of age tale, part fairy tale, Chris Golden s Straight on til Morning made me laugh on some level in a good way and had me skipping words in a good way because I was so excited to find out what would happen next.The book starts out as a very real look at childhood in the eighties The descriptions of the kids are accurate They re largely from broken home...

  10. April Aasheim April Aasheim says:

    Okay, Im a dunce I honestly didnt get that this book was going to be about Neverland until I was actually in Neverland sorry for spoiler but the title should have warned us both The first part of the book was really good I felt like I was back in the 1980s Not a ton happened there except some new people in town are bullies But the language, the mood, the characterization, all very real Loved it.The second part

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