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Not all demons are in hell, some of them live inside us.,
This review is from: The Boy Who Could See Demons (Kindle Edition)
This is the story of Alex, a young boy who lives with his mother Cindy in Belfast. Her mum's past has not been joyful, but one thing for sure: She loves his boy. Since his father death, Alex has been having a very good friend, Ruen. Ruen is a demon. He has three appearances and promises Alex he can have whatever he wants, but he has to do Ruen a favour: He has to kill someone. The chapters alternate between the entries in Alex diaries and the point of view of Anya, a psychiatrist who is in charge of this case, after Cindy's third suicide attempt. Her daughter, Poppy, killed herself when she was a girl because she was suffering of skizophrenia. WIth Michael's help, a very keen and professional social worker, she will establish a connection to Alex and try to cure what she thinks is affecting him. But is he really seeing demons and ghosts? Due to some unexplicable events, even the professional adults will start having doubts. The author charms the reader with this fascinating, sometimes funny and sometimes moving story of a troubled boy. A rare masterpiece of awesome sensitivity.