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Poll Question: Do you prefer Rice's Horror novels or Non-horror novels?
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Im gona have to get Cry to heaven again, now i want to re-read it. What were your thoughts on Violen?
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Violin came during a period where I thought she was putting out very substandard novels, then Violin came along and I fell in love with her again. I thought it was an incredibly evocative ghost story that was well written with vivid imagery. I thought it was the best of her later works.
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Rock and roll Violin triped me out, had to read it twice, It seemed to stick out from her other stuff
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It was also semi-autobiographical. The main character LOOKED like Anne and all the stuff with the dead daughter was just like Anne's daughter, right down to a picture of the girl described which I had seen in Anne's biographical of her late daughter.
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Woa, that never clicked, didnt know that about her dauther, this put's it in a different perspective, It stood out allright! wow need to read it again with this in mind.
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