Imaginary Friend



Imaginary Friend IMAGINELeaving your house in the middle of the night.Knowing your mother is doing her best, but she s just as scared as you.IMAGINEStarting a new school, making friends.Seeing how happy it makes your mother.Hearing a voice, calling out to you.IMAGINEFollowing the signs, into the woods.Going missing for six days.Remembering nothing about what happened.IMAGINESomething that will change everythingAnd having to save everyone you love. Best Read [ Imaginary Friend ] Author [ Stephen Chbosky ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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Imaginary Friend  By Stephen Chbosky IBN : 1538731339 Format : Hardcover – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 720 pages
  • Imaginary Friend
  • Stephen Chbosky
  • 27 November 2017
  • 1538731339

12 thoughts on “Imaginary Friend

  1. Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    I was so afraid of my contact lens numbers were going to be bigger than my irises after I finished this book Give me a biggest Chardonnay break, my dear friends, this month I read Institution , Gold Finch and still working on Priory of Orange Tree which has also 800 pages My red eyed image is still giving creeps to neighborhood kids and their mothers which is fine with me, I can eat trick or treat candies I ve bough to serve them and I could also steal their MM only the red ones, I was so afraid of my contact lens numbers were going to be bigger than my irises after I finished this book Give me a biggest Chardonnay break, my dear friends, this month I read Institution , Gold Finch and still working on Priory of Orange Tree which has also 800 pages My red eyed image is still giving creeps to neighborhood kids and their mothers which is fine with me, I can eat trick or treat candies I ve bough to serve them and I could also steal their MM only the red ones, they can have the others I read too many bad reviews which gave me a little hesitation at first but come on, we re talking abou...

  2. Chelsea Humphrey says:

    Now available as a BOTM add on starting in October Long ago, books stopped terrifying me in the way that people search out from the likes of gory, graphic horror films Somewhere upon entering adulthood, the paranormal took a backseat to the chills provided by child abuse, sexual assault, and the murder of members of minority groups who never gain an ounce of justice, but this book terrified me in ways that I haven t experienced in over a decade, mainly due to combining paranormal AND realistic Now available as a BOTM add on starting in October Long ago, books stopped terrifying me in the way that people search out from the likes of gory, graphic horror films Somewhere upon entering adulthood, the paranormal took a backseat to the chills provided by child abuse, sexual assault, and the murder of members of minority groups who never gain an ounce of justice, but this book terrified me in ways that I haven t experienced in over a decade, mainly due to combining paranormal AND realistic horror I ll go intodetail at the end, complete with spoiler tags, but this book contained the one horror element that still manages to give me nightmares, no matter how many times I read a book that includes it If you want to go into Imaginary Friend completely blind, I recommend stopping here, and not reading anything else surrounding the story until you ve had a chance to pick it up for yourself If you re the type of reader, like me, who enjoys knowing a bitab...

  3. jessica says:

    how in the world did stephen chbosky go from writingwe accept the love we think we deserveto an entire book dedicated to a child haunted by horrifying imaginary people i guess 20 years between books is enough time for an author to change and in this case, 20 years to plan stephen kings demise because holy crap this is the creepiest thing ive ever read, in the most bizarre way possible this actually reminded me a lot ofstranger thingsstrange things happen, its a little spooky and how in the world did stephen chbosky go from writingwe accept the love we think we deserveto an entire book dedicated to a child haunted by horrifying imaginary people i guess 20 years between books is enough time for an author to change and in this case, 20 years to plan stephen kings demise because holy crap this is the creepiest thing ive ever read, in the most bizarre way possible this actually reminded me a lot ofstranger thingsstrange things hap...

  4. Kai says:

    We can swallow our fear or let our fear swallow usImaginary Friend feels very much like a classic horror novel which is both a good and a bad thing To begin with, we have a group of young kids, an unknown evil that fills them with fear and despair, a small town on the brink of chaos, and missing dead children from 50 years ago And it is terribly creepy When I first read The Perks of Being a Wallflower I remember feeling underwhelmed I didn t get why people loved this story so muchWe can swallow our fear or let our fear swallow usImaginary Friend feels very much like a classic horror novel which is both a good and a bad thing To begin with, we have a group of young kids, an unknown evil that fills them with fear and despair, a small town on the brink of chaos, and missing dead children from 50 years ago And it is terribly creepy When I first read The Perks of Being a Wallflower I remember feeling underwhelmed I didn t get why people loved this story so much Neither writing nor plot managed to catch my interest, but maybe I wasn t ready when I first read it Rewatching the film years later showed me what a beautiful and moving story Chbosky had created But with IF I was immediately drawn into the world of Christopher who vanishes into the woods for six whole days just to turn up again unharmed, but with a desperate need to build a treehouse in the middle of the Mission Street Woods And something e...

  5. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This started off really strong, but I gotta be honest with you all I completely stopped giving a shit about this at about the 65% mark This book was just way too long with not enough pay off The biggest meh.

  6. Tammy says:

    Perks of Being a Wallflower was not part of my adolescence and I m not much of a horror reader although I do enjoy it every once in a great while So, I m not quite the right reader for this ambitious novel Needless to say twenty years after the publication of Perks, Imaginary Friend is quite a departure for Chbosky As is fairly typical of horror novels, the main conflict is good vs evil, God vs the devil and so on and so forth The kids in jeopardy trope is in full swing which echoes King Perks of Being a Wallflower was not part of my adolescence and I m not much of a horror reader although I do enjoy it every once in a great while So, I m not quite the right reader for this ambitious novel Needless to say twenty years after the publication of Perks, Imaginary Friend is quite a departure for Chbosky As is fairly typical of horror novels, the main conflict is good vs evil, God vs the devil and so on and so forth The kids in jeopardy trope is in full swing which ec...

  7. Liz Barnsley says:

    This morning I FINALLY managed to finish Imaginary Friend I started this book and was immediately hooked It was uber creepy, really well written, I was loving it.Sadly it was all downhill from there 700 pages of which maybe half ended up being relevant adding to the story Now I love a tome I recently read Wanderers which was longer than this one but had zero wasted scenes or words and was an epic that read fast So it s not the length itself that was an issue I read King and Tolstoy This morning I FINALLY managed to finish Imaginary Friend I started this book and was immediately hooked It was uber creepy, really well written, I was loving it.Sadly it was all downhill from there 700 pages of which maybe half ended up being relevant adding to the story Now I love a tome I recently read Wanderers which was longer than this one but had zero wasted scenes or words and was an epic that read fast So it s not the length itself that was an issue I read King and Tolstoy Trust me I can cope with a long narrative that you need to commit to.It was the slogging through endless pages of repetitive nonsense, towards a pay off that irritated me, didn t really make sense and ...

  8. Whitney Atkinson says:

    I ll be first to admit that I never read horror, nor do I have the interest, but I wanted to give Stephen Chbosky a try just because he was an iconic author of my teenage years But this. wasn t it Even from the objective perspective of someone not into horror, especially paranormal fantastical horror, this was a longwinded mess.This book started out strong to trick you to read on, but the ending was catastrophically terrible The first 25% is basically what the synopsis describes, and then I ll be first to admit that I never read horror, nor do I have the interest, but I wanted to give Stephen Chbosky a try just because he was an iconic author of my teenage years But this. wasn t it Even from the objective perspective of someone not into horror, especially paranormal fantastical horror, this was a longwinded mess.This book started out strong to trick you to read on, but the ending was catastrophically terrible The first 25% is basically what the synopsis describes, and then afterward, the story truly begins Let me reiterate that this book is 700 pages long and the first quarter of the book is just exposition From 25% to 75%, this book actually had a lot of good parts It kept me guessing,...

  9. Matt says:

    In this stunning thriller by Stephen Chbosky, the reader is taken through a dark world where a young boy holds a great deal of power in his small Pennsylvania community After fleeing Michigan, Christopher Reece and his mother, Kate, end up in the Pittsburgh area, ready for a new start Things begin in a problematic manner for young Christopher, who is ridiculed for being different and finds himself struggling with some learning disabilities When Christopher goes exploring in the forest close In this stunning thriller by Stephen Chbosky, the reader is taken through a dark world where a young boy holds a great deal of power in his small Pennsylvania community After fleeing Michigan, Christopher Reece and his mother, Kate, end up in the Pittsburgh area, ready for a new start Things begin in a problematic manner for young Christopher, who is ridiculed for being different and finds himself struggling with some learning disabilities When Christopher goes exploring in the forest close to his home, he is not heard from again for six days When he s found roaming around by a passing vehicle, he cannot remember what happened or where he had been for that time, save that the nice man help...

  10. Matt says:

    Death is coming Death is here We ll die on Christmas Day Stephen Chbosky, Imaginary Friend Holy wow This is a tough one to talk about For about 600 of this book s 700 pages, I was fully committed and absolutely on board I was enjoying every page of Stephen Chbosky s Imaginary Friend, marveling at the intricate plotting, the engaging characters, the slam bang set pieces, and the utter uniqueness of the premise, even as I mentally ticked off all the influences A Nightmare on Elm Street, Death is coming Death is here We ll die on Christmas Day Stephen Chbosky, Imaginary Friend Holy wow This is a tough one to talk about For about 600 of this book s 700 pages, I was fully committed and absolutely on board I was enjoying every page of Stephen Chbosky s Imaginary Friend, marveling at the intricate plotting, the engaging characters, the slam bang set pieces, and the utter uniqueness of the premise, even as I mentally ticked off all the influences A Nightmare on Elm Street, Stranger Things, The Dead Zone, Dante s Inferno, the Bible And then came the ending Imaginary Friend is like a roller coaster in a very literal sense There are tremendous highs, astounding lows, and an extremely sudden, whiplash inducing transition between those two poles The first eighty five percent is so good, I nearly missed my train stop on the morning ...

  11. Chandra Claypool (wherethereadergrows) says:

    A nightmare is nothingthan a dream gone sick This book THIS BOOK I never read Perks of Being a Wallflower but what I do know is that this author went to a completely different genre with this young adult horror fiction read Is it worth every 700 page You bet your ass it is.To begin with, the main character s name is Christopher Reese this made it somewhat sentimental to me because my family became very close with the Reese family when we lived in Italy Their youngest was A nightmare is nothingthan a dream gone sick This book THIS BOOK I never read Perks of Being a Wallflower but what I do know is that this author went to a completely different genre with this young adult horror fiction read Is it worth every 700 page You bet your ass it is.To begin with, the main character s name is Christopher Reese this made it somewhat sentimental to me because my family became very close with the Reese family when we lived in Italy Their youngest was their son, Christopher who became a brother to me over the years and somehow that made this is a bit sentimental to me Both have a strong relationship with their mothers and both are the best and sweetest boys Listen, if you can find something in your real life that anchors you to the fictional life in the book you re reading, it absolutely makes a difference.There were also a couple of incidents that truly reminded...

  12. Kelly (and the Book Boar) says:

    Find all of my reviews at StarsA nightmare is nothing but a dream gone sickWhere do I even begin when it comes to the release of this 20 year long awaited tome I guess the easiest thing to do is address the obvious For those of you who have been anticipating a new Perks to fall in love with, I have some bad news There is no Charlie to be had here Instead, there is a Christopher A little boy who recently moved to small town Pennsylvania Find all of my reviews at StarsA nightmare is nothing but a dream gone sickWhere do I even begin when it comes to the release of this 20 year long awaited tome I guess the easiest thing to do is address the obvious For those of you who have been anticipating a new Perks to fall in love with, I have some bad news There is no Charlie to be had here Instead, there is a Christopher A little boy who recently moved to small town Pennsylvania with his mother when she escaped from an abusive relationship A little boy who disappeared for six days into the Mission Street Woods and returned safebut different A little boy who used to see words as nothing but jumbled letters, but now can ace a quiz in less than a minute A little boy who has the ability to change h...

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