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In Silent Graves (2004)
Fiction Review by The Gravedigger
06.18.04

In Silent Graves (2004) Author: Gary A. BraunbeckI'm always a bit put off when there's an introduction to a novel by another author, telling us how good the book we're going to be reading is. It's just a bit presumptious.But Michael Marano's intro to Braunbeck's disturbing work hits the nail right on the head. IN SILENT GRAVES is a creepy, disturbing and painful read that puts the reader through the wringer-and it's one of the best books I've read in a long time.The story revolves around Robert Londrigan, a successful tv newscaster who has a beautiful wife and a new baby on the way. Things go horribly awry when his wife and baby die in childbirth, taking away everything in this world he cared about. Then, his daughter's body is stolen from the morgue by a horribly disfigured man. You see, his daughter was born deformed and this creature was claiming her as its own kind. The novel vacilates between reality and a dream-like, surreal world where his daughter is 'alive'. Here, the world is filled with all of the adult versions of deformed children who had died at birth-or were killed-in our world. He befriends them--- and also an immortal named Rael, who is responsible for this hidden society of unwanteds. This man, who turns out to be the actual PIED PIPER, explains how Londrigan fits into everything that's happening around him.IN SILENT GRAVES is an unpredictable book-I had no idea where this was going-and in the end all of this weirdness fits together to create a memorable and heartbreaking tale that will stick in your mind for quite a while.Check out the interview with author Gary A. Braunbeck on the buried.com interview section.

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