Hamelin’s Child

By D J Bennet

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This was a difficult read – the difficulty being in the story line, not the writing, which is excellent.

Michael is celebrating his seventeenth birthday with a new girlfriend. She unceremoniously ditches him for another bloke. Dejected, Michael decides to leave, but not before he’s approached by a man. The man offers to buy him a drink, which Michael reluctantly accepts – the man spikes his drink. Michael, under the influence, leaves the bar with him and is then persuaded to go to his home.

From there Michael’s world is turned upside down.

If you’re not a fan of detail re: violence and sexual assault, then you might want to pass this one by, but get passed that and you’ll have trouble putting this one down (or turning it off).


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