Lost Boy, Lost Girl is one of those pieces of work which is simply good whether you are a fan of the horror genre or not. Peter Straub has repeatedly created the very best in suspense fiction that there is on offer at the bookstore. Lost Boy, Lost Girl benefits from an exceptional story, expeditious editing for the recorded version as well as the considerable voice talents of Ron McLarty. (www.ronmclarty.com) Ron McLarty has over 80 audio novels to his reading credit and it is clear to see why he has worked so frequently in the genre: He is a very good reader.
Lost Boy, Lost Girl is a complicated story weaving together horrors from a long dead serial killer, a modern day serial killer stalking the young men of Millhaven, an unexplained suicide of a mother with a dark past and a pair of boys whose interest in an abandoned house is the catalyst for the entire story.
There are no weaknesses in this story. Lost Boy, Lost Girl is as close to flawless as any horror / suspense I have ever encountered. There is an added bonus to the story – a movie that you can watch online at www.lostboylostgirl.com there is no point in watching the movie before you either read the book or listen to the audio book. Regardless of whether you prefer to read or listen to your books Lost Boy, Lost Girl is definitely a worthy addition to your library.