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    5 Well-Earned Stars Review by Angelique Late Night Reviewer Up All Night w/ Books Blog Nothing moved. But nothing felt still. Terrifying, dark and fearful things come in all shapes and sizes and bad things tend to happen when we least expect them to. You’ll find questions, answers and more questions in Dathan Auerbach’s latest novel, Bad Man. Finding yourself in a small Floridian town where the setting is so distinctively well done that you can feel the heat and sweat on your arms as you walk through each scenario. Meeting first and foremost the two characters which make the story, Ben and Eric, Ben being the older brother and Eric being the very young brother. On a trip to the local supermarket, and in a split second of moving his eyes from his brother, Ben is left with more than just an empty bathroom, he is left with a hole in his heart and a piece of his life missing. The characters from the balding, crude supermarket owner to Ben’s stepmother who still dreams of her missing baby boy makes you feel like you know these people. You feel what they feel and you wish to help make it better but as another twist or detail gets added you find yourself helpless but intrigued to continue even as the details gets more eerie. That fire, Ben knew now, had been hope. Following Ben through his struggle and pain and never ending hope, from the moment of Eric’s first appearance to the search and places where he could be, up to the end, is emotional. Not just for the loss of his little brother but maybe at times the loss of his sanity. It isn’t always easy reading a book that identifies with so many things happening in real life, but it’s worth it. Keep reading, it’s hard not to, until you find what you are looking for.

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