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Sep 15, 2020 | ISBN 9781683692119

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An HWA Summer Scares Pick!
A 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards Semifinalist

“An ambitious mosaic novel exploring the power of urban myth and superstition.”—The Guardian

“One of the most original and chilling novels this writer has read in recent memory.”—Buzzfeed

“Something like Stephen King’s imperfect masterpiece The Shining.”Kirkus Reviews

“This disorienting and immersive story anchors itself in history but stretches its terrifying tentacles into the present, producing intense chills.”—Library Journal

“The perfect horror novel for fans of filmmaking and true crime.”—Book Riot

The Remaking is a fast-paced and haunting examination of how misogyny poisons our culture, generation after generation. It’s absolutely chilling. You won’t be able to put it down or stop thinking about it after the lights go out.”—Mallory O’Meara, author of The Lady from the Black Lagoon

“Jumps out the gate and takes the reader on [a] wild and unnerving ride.”—Horror DNA, 4 out of 5 star review

“A streamlined page turner of clearly cut supernatural encounters that moonlights as a frighteningly lucid story of injustice. Be it a specter or a painful recollection, Chapman teaches an absolutely chilling lesson on just how long the past will wait to bite you.”—Fangoria

“A ripping good yarn. The Remaking first takes you into its confidence and then makes you wonder if you are also cursed with and by this story. Because, incidentally, you are.”—Richmond Magazine

“Chapman tells a well-paced, spare story with original twists and some definite shocks.”—Star News

“As both a novel of psychological terror and a traditional ghost story, this short, chilling read is recommended for all collections.”—Booklist

“An obvious valentine to the horror genre.”—The Big Thrill

Praise for Clay McLeod Chapman
“Chapman is the storyteller supreme.”—Andy Davidson, author of The Hollow Kind

“One of horror’s modern masters.”—Rachel Harrison, national best-selling author of Cackle and Such Sharp Teeth

“A not-to-miss horror novelist.”—Library Journal

“Chapman is a maestro at building grim suspense to the point of unimaginable consequences, proving genuine horror dwells in the world we live in today.”—Mystery and Suspense Magazine

“Chapman is the 21st century’s Richard Matheson. He’s that good.”—Richard Chizmar, New York Times best-selling author of Chasing the Boogeyman

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