'Pain. It could feel pain. Pain racked its entire body. And it was good to feel the pain. Good to feel anything other than the endless darkness. IT also felt hate. But this wasnt new. It had sat in that dool for over two centuries with hate its only companion. But mostly it felt hunger, a deep, ravenous clawing in its stomach. And there were so many sweet smells coming form the little boys room. So it waited for the night, waited for the little boy to fall asleep, waited for the toys to come out and play.'
This is a wicked book with great story and pictures in brilliant detail, it is a bit like a darker side of Toy Story the film. With a new scary monster hidden under the bed.
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