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Waiting for Wednesday: When I Cast Your Shadow by Sarah Porter

Book Synopsis:

“Dashiell Bohnacker was hell on his family while he was alive. But it’s even worse now that he’s dead….

After her troubled older brother, Dashiell, dies of an overdose, sixteen-year-old Ruby is overcome by grief and longing. What she doesn’t know is that Dashiell’s ghost is using her nightly dreams of him as a way to possess her body and to persuade her twin brother, Everett, to submit to possession as well.

Dashiell tells Everett that he’s returned from the Land of the Dead to tie up loose ends, but he’s actually on the run from forces crueler and more powerful than anything the Bohnacker twins have ever imagined….”

Why I need it:

Evil siblings, enough said.

I have seen possession as a plot point quite a bit, in fact this novel sounds similar to Chucky without the doll part of the story, but the fact that this book is about a dead sibling makes it a lot more interesting. When it comes to horrible family members there is always a feeling of being trapped. They are your sibling, you are supposed to love them and mourn their passing. But what if they were a terrible person who is trying to possess your twin brother? The whole situation in this novel automatically makes the living characters seem trapped. That is why I want to read this book.

I am also curious about the fact that someone who died of an overdose is possessing people. Was it a suicide via medication or was it recreational drugs? If they were recreational and he was an addict that might make him use while possessing people. Imagine being possessed by a ghost that makes you use drugs. Now that is real horror.

Maybe I am reading into this blurb too much or those elements won’t be as well written as I would like, but I guess I won’t know until I read it.

When I Cast Your Shadow is scheduled for release in September 12th 2017

Waiting for Wednesday is a weekly meme started by Break the Spine to spotlight upcoming releases, and continued by Wishful Endings

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