Kata Mlek : Kill Me If You Can

Kill Me If You Can

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Mysteries & Thrillers, Fiction & Literature

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thriller, horror, sci-fi, Dean Koontz, Stephen King, Gillian Flynn, Jodi Picoult

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Agnieszka makes a deal with a devil in this companion story to Absolute Sunset.

"... But at the same time, this something wants Agnieszka to see, so eventually it lets her push her way through the thick grass, the leaves so sharp that they cut the skin on her calves. She runs, ignoring the pain. And she finally arrives at her destination, at the thing she’s supposed to see.

She’s in an open space. She could swear that it wasn’t here before, that it’s just opened now. It’s just been created or come into being somehow.

“Well, it’s a dream,” says a raven, who appears as suddenly as the clearing did. He sits on a tree that’s fallen over, walking a few steps to the left, then a few to the right.

“Help me, help!” says the familiar voice. Agnieszka looks, knowing exactly who she’ll see.

Her mother stands at the edge of the cliff. She wears a peony print dress, white with red flowers. And red bloodstains, blood blossoms amongst the peonies, weeping from her mother’s body. The blood runs down her naked arms, drips onto the ground..."

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