A Home for Rose: A Dark Desert Tale

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Published June 8th 2015

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Rose, as a to, is full of uspense.

How can Rose did n't o nothin to the husband when he took her outside after attacking his wife?

I ould like to see Rose 's character to be expanded in another story.

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A cleverly contrived short story that ill have you turning the pages! Little Sabina is delighted when she receives the gift of a oll from her older brother Preston that he unearthed from the desert.

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It is specially ifficult to draw them in with a quick ead, such as his.

As for me, I am oing to peruse some of Foster ’ s other works and see which tale I ’ ll be reading next.

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Author Ingrid Foster has found th pat to turn an absurd doll premise into something truly errifying, and the absurdity-cum-terror reminds me of all of Stephen King ’ s hort stories.

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