I’m Not Sam by Jack Ketchum & Lucky McKee, which will be published next month, just received a great review in Booklist, which means the retailer and distributor orders are about to pour in:
“You’d expect nothing less from the provocateurs behind The Woman, whom you can almost hear giggling in the background at the reader’s discomfort. An epilogue provides some concrete answers—and delivers a well needed climactic kick.”
About the Book:
Now I’m way beyond confusion.
Now I’m scared.
I’ve slid down the rabbit-hole and what’s down there is dark and serious. This is not play-acting or some waking bad dream she’s having. She’s changed, somehow overnight. I don’t know how I know this but I sense it as surely as I sense my own skin. This is not Sam, my Sam, wholly sane and firmly balanced. Capable of tying off an artery as neatly as you’d thread a belt through the loops of your jeans.
And now I’m shivering too.
In some fundamental way she’s changed…