This is the only reviewer who mentioned the door in The Dead Game. The door plays an important role in the book. A role as important as End House. Thank you Deepak Menon for understanding my book and for understanding me.
5.0 out of 5 stars The Dead Game is not dead! 5 Stars for originality and excellent twining of threads of many kinds into a wondrous storyline, January 29, 2015
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The Dead Game by Susanne Leist is not dead! In fact the game is so alive as to cause the reader to really look at himself in the mirror and decide if he is alive. A compelling narrative about the town of Oasis, with multifarious intertwined threads of suspense, horrific events and breathtaking events of unimaginably strange going-ons make this book an adventure for the reader. The format is great, the cover is a closed door indicative of the need to discover what it behind it and the doors of the “End House” of the town of Oasis, once opened are the settings where the party begins for a group of invitees, who have no idea why they have been invited to that party starting 8 PM by the owners whom they have never seen. ! Interested? Well I recommend this book for every person who believes that “every thing is not always what it seems to be” through our lives, and can reflect upon the truth of the old adage “Curiosity killed the cat”. And this book is not about cats – it is about the life and two legged people called Humans and some …. er …. others. Get your copy now!