AHFoG gets a nice review in the New York Times

So A HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS got a great mini-review in the New York Times. Hot damn!

“Paul Tremblay’s terrific A HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS generates a haze of an altogether more serious kind: the pleasurable fog of calculated, perfectly balanced ambiguity…. By the end of “A Head Full of Ghosts,” you may not be able to say with certainty whether Marjorie’s demon exists, but you know in your bones that evil does.”

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  1. This summed up (in short) exactly what I was telling my wife a few moments ago when I finished your excellent book. What a story, and how well told. Thanks from the bottom of my heart for a genuinely creepy, super smart tale that I’ve already started recommending to my friends, without reservation. Terrific (and I mean that in the most ambiguous way), and I’m already looking for your other work/future work/please make some more work for us to read out here. Thanks and thanks again. Cheers!

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