Skull Session - Daniel Hecht

This was a very weird book. It's starts like an ordinary thriller. The main character, troubled with many problems (his Tourette's syndrome, not having a job, you name it), is asked by his aunt to renovate one of her houses. It seems strange things have happened in the house, and young people have gone missing.


So far, so good. Although not extremely original perhaps. But then it takes a turn for the bizarre and extreme, turning it more and more in to something either fantasy or horror like, both of which I wasn't expecting. I didn't really liked the ending either...


Note: I read a Dutch translation of this book