Posted on 10/07/2019 at 02:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Imaginary Friend takes a decidedly different track than its predecessor: It's a seven-hundred-plus-page horror tale of a little boy who disappears into the woods and emerges with the ability to see things others can’t.
Reviews of the novel, which came out October 1, seem mixed so far.
The New York Times's critic, while noting some weakness, praises Chbosky for turning a scary story into something uplifting.
Similarly, TIME’s reviewer would’ve preferred more nuance in how the author depicts society and makes use of religious themes, but declared the book to be overall well worth the time.
If you’ve gotten your copy of Imaginary Friend and finished it already, feel free to share your views of it.
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