Imaginary friends. Everyone's had them; they're harmless products of adolescence. But what if your child's imaginary friend wasn't...imaginary?
Worrywart father Tom Boyer has just found the perfect home for his family: a bigger house in a better neighborhood, with woods in the back for his daughter, Lilly, to play in. But the move has been tough on Lilly; the street had no kids with whom to play. So when she finds a fascinating friend in Mr. Bluestick - a mysterious man who wears a full tuxedo and carries a glowing blue stick while living in the woods, Tom is amused...until he awakes one night with the woods on fire and Lilly missing....
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- Amy Patricia Komar Hare
Warn readers of soft porn.
I like a mystery, but the descriptions and language border on pornography at times. I’m surprised audible does mot warn of graphic detail.
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