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One-Eyed Jack by Lawrence Watt-Evans
Review by Drew Bittner
CreateSpace Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781466291539
Date: 09 September 2011 List Price $14.98 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Gregory Kraft lives in the Washington DC area, trying his best to be normal. Problem is, he isn't. By night, he sees ghosts and monsters; when asleep, he dreams about those who suffer from predators. When he begins to dream about a Kentucky boy befriended by a hungry ghost, Greg can't let it go.

Whatever the cost, he has to find out what's going on and save the boy, if he can.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Gregory Kraft was cursed. At night he could see the ghosts and monsters ordinary people could not, and when he slept, he suffered prophetic dreams. He could see these things -- but he couldn't stop them. Then Greg dreamed of a hungry ghost befriending a boy named Jack. He saw Jack feeding bits of himself to the monster, and Greg determined that this time, he would stop it. He would save Jack. Or what was left of him.

(Source: CreateSpace)

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