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Man Made Boy by Jon Skovron Review

I'm still absorbing everything I read. Wow. This was one hell of a journey! I'm a huge horror buff, and this delivered with throwbacks to the classics, twisted, and updated to make it a new experience.

Boy is the son of Frankenstein and his Bride. that created a certain imagery, but I promise you , you'd be wrong. Boy is a tech Junkie, who lives in a theater with his parents, and insanely interesting crew of monsters. Like any other teen, Boy wants to branch out, live his own life, and be his own man. That's hard to do when you've never been in the outside world.

This genius boy hacker gets himself into a bind when he creates something he can't control. The monster becomes the maker, and things spiral out of control. Smart, funny, imaginative, and thought-provoking, this is a must read. There were times when the story felt clunky, or overwhelmed by too much happening at once. But it all evened out in the end.

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