T. C. Schueler
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 494

2020 IAN Book of the Year Finalist and 2021 Reader Views Gold Metal winner: An estranged son drives twelve hours to collect badly needed money from his father’s estate. The same ugly McMansion still sits behind a security wall, but there are new features: a gaudy slate roof, a 70s-style conversation pit, and nearly two dozen statues posted along the wall like sentinels. It makes no sense; Billy Buchanan’s father was broke. Where had these fierce-looking valuable sculptures come from? Forced to spend the week at 22 Dutch Road, Billy begins believing these samurai-styled carvings can talk to him by day, and worse, move at night—his father might not be so dead after all.
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