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A Warm Place To Call Home (2000)

by Michael Siemsen(Favorite Author)
4.12 of 5 Votes: 1
A Demon's Story
review 1: I wasn't sold on this story when I first started reading. I didn't think the main character was as awful as he tried to make himself seem, and there was a whole lot of backstory without much development or detail. However, once this story gets to its heart, I began to have feelings for and against the lead character, which was important when the real climax happens. By then, I was invested in him and his experiences. Honestly, this was very different from anything I've read before and/or my usual types of books, and it was refreshing and unexpected, which was awesome.
review 2: A Warm Place to Call Home surprised me. This is a story told by a demon named Frederick. He hops bodies and completely takes over his hosts' lives when he does it. When he leaves, th
... moree person remains in a persistent vegetative state. Frederick's motives are questionable at best, especially when he hops into the body of a seemingly simple yet very complicated man simply because he's enamored of the guy's girlfriend. What follows is sometimes funny, often sobering and totally unpredictable. In retrospect, I believe this is the only book I've ever read where I rooted for the demon!I recommend this book to anyone who wants a great, unpredictable story and great writing. less
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Best book I've read in years. Can anyone recommend more unique books like this?
Loved it! I ate this in one day and will be seeking out more from this author
Outstanding! Anything Michael Siemsen write is worth reading!
Really bizarre.
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