Think Differently                  







by Jay Edson, softcover, 154 pages

   Everybody likes Joe Michaud. He's a caring and decent man, popular with the Scout groups he helps, liked and trusted by their parents. He's especially close to one fatherless boy and his solo mother, at a time when the boy is desperately in need of a role model and champion. But this story takes place in the 1980s when the public came under the sway of satanic panics and were quick to believe almost any evil of any person. In Kõan, Joe's friend and mentor, Father Demetrios Glyphis, narrates a series of events in which reality and fantasy become blurred, and life becomes a living nightmare from which people try to awaken.

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