A review by aprater
Imaginary Friend, by Stephen Chbosky


Similar to Stephen King in the fantasy horror aspect, this book took thinking to a different level examining the blurred lines between good and evil, heaven and hell. Although it is just a small town, the individual stories that give the characters life highlight flaws and dramatic situations lending themselves to contemplation of why and how choices can be both good and bad and how even the best intentions result in poor outcomes. After finishing this read, processing time is real and palpable.