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The Good Demon (Hardcover)

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About the Author


Jimmy Cajoleas grew up in Jackson, Mississippi. He earned his MFA from the University of Mississippi and now lives in Brooklyn. Visit his website at www.jimmycajoleas and follow him on Twitter @jimmycajoleas. 

Praise For…


**STARRED REVIEW**
"Evocative language will grab readers by the throat and forge an unforgiving connection to Clare's despair and desperation. The gorgeous black-and-white artwork centered on mysterious symbols has a palpable mysticism about it . . . Eerie and compelling. Fast track it to the top of the TBR pile."


**STARRED REVIEW**
"Cajoleas builds a wonderfully macabre mood in his southern gothic novel, filled with economic ruin, witchcraft, religious zealotry, and grotesque moments of horror . . . Thoughtful, compassionate, and subtle commentary on faith, addiction, and grief is icing on an already captivating (and chilling) cake.  Readers who like their horror on the literary side will love this."


**STARRED REVIEW**
"With a careful build and a terrifying first-person narration, Cajoleas (Goldeline) offers up a story interested in free will that is as gently ominous as a silent car coasting over a road on a hot, humid summer night."


"This quirky tale is thought-provoking."


"Cajoleas pulls off an impressive feat here, initially presenting Clare as a highly unreliable narrator and then making it very clear that it’s the people around her who are living in their twisted version of reality. . . . Blood and violence meet a crisis of identity in a compelling story for lovers of disturbing, resonant fantasy."


Product Details
ISBN: 9781419731273
ISBN-10: 1419731270
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
Publication Date: September 18th, 2018
Pages: 320
Language: English