The Bagman by Rachael Rippon

The Bagman by Rachael Rippon

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The hook of the story, an orphan trying to outthink an all-too-real boogeyman in a diabolical game they're playing against each other, reeled me in and kept me interested.

Seeing the mantra, be careful what you wish for, come to life is a blast in this fast-paced somber party!
The ambience of this fantasy/horror tale is perfect for the younger YA crowd.  Dark, but not too dark. Creepy, but not too creepy. Scary, but not too--okay, you get the point.

Additional subplots add depth to the characters and give the reader even more to ponder.  This book is a well-written case study of human nature as characters make choices and are forced to deal with the consequences of those choices.

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